It may be the lazy days of summer but here at the Dish we're gearing up for a month that is overflowing with new romance goodness. Check out our jam-packed schedule for August!
The month kicks off on Monday, August 2 with Santa's review of The Viscount Made Me Do It by Diana Quincy.
Tuesday, August 3 brings Nancy's review of Say Goodbye by Karen Rose.
Santa returns on Wednesday, August 9 to share her thoughts about Isn't it Bromantic? by Lyssa Kay Adams.
If you love fantasy/adventure stories, don't miss Nancy's review of Blood and Ember by Isabel Cooper on Thursday, August 5.
Hellie joins us on Friday, August 6 with her review of Heart and Seoul by Jen Fredericks.
Don't miss Hellie's Top Dish review of Andie J. Christopher's Hot Under His Collar on Saturday, August 7.
Stop by on Monday, August 9 to read a guest post by Tif Marcelo whose new book, It Takes Heart, releases on August 10.
On Tuesday, August 10, I'll be sharing my thoughts about Wait For It by Jenn McKinlay.
Santa is back on Wednesday, August 11 to share her thoughts about Someone to Cherish, a new historical romance by Mary Balogh.
Join me on Thursday, August 12 when I share my Q&A with JoAnn Ross. Ross's first women's fiction novel, The Inheritance, will be published September 7.
On Friday, August 13 we'll be spotlighting an excerpt from Sally Kilpatrick's upcoming novel, Much Ado About Barbecue. Get ready for Southern sass, heart-tugging romance, and drool-worthy food.
Join us on Saturday, August 14 for Hellie's review of Love Scenes by Bridget Morrissey.
Monday, August 16 brings Hellie's review of Battle Royal by Lucy Parker.
I'm back on Tuesday, August 17 with a review of Farrah Rochon's The Dating Playbook. Rochon's The Boyfriend Project was one of my favorite books of 2020. I liked this second book in the series even more.
Wednesday, August 18 brings a review of When You Wish Upon a Duke by Charis Michaels. I'm loving these fairy-tale inspired historical romances.
I'm always sad to say goodbye to a good series but Maggie Robinson sends her Lady Adelaide Mysteries out on a high note with Farewell Blues. Visit us Thursday, August 19 for my review.
Stop by Friday, August 20 for my review of A Duke Worth Fighting For by Christina Britton. This third book in the Isle of Synne, historical romance series is a keeper.
Christi Caldwell makes her mass market paperback debut with Along Came A Lady. On Monday, August 23 I'll be sharing my thoughts about this historical romance that launches a new series. The prequel novella, It Had to Be the Duke, is available for download now.
Don't miss my review of I'm Only Wicked With You (don't you love that title?) by Julie Anne Long on Tuesday, August 24. This new historical romance is the third book in Long's Palace of Rogues series.
Anne Gracie launches a new historical romance series with The Scoundrel's Daughter, a book that delivers not one but two romances and happy endings. Stop by Wednesday, August 25 for a review and Q&A with the author.
On Thursday, August 26, I'll be sharing my thoughts about The House on Sunshine Corner, a second-chance, contemporary romance by Phoebe Mills.
I'm back on Friday, August 27 with a review of True Love Cowboy, the third book in Jennifer Ryan's McGrath's trilogy. Expect emotional romance and intense suspense as Trinity McGrath finally finds her happily ever after.
Join me on Monday, August 30 when I share my thoughts about Not Playing Fair, the second book in Terri Osburn's new NOT rom-com series.
We round out the month on Tuesday, August 31 with a debut novel. Stop by to read my thoughts about The Paris Connection by Lorraine Brown, a contemporary rom-com that takes readers on an adventure through the City of Light.
Whew! August is going to be one busy month but I'm beyond excited to read all these great books and share them with you. Keep your eyes open for lots of giveaways this month as well as the possibility of a few more reviews added to the schedule. It's going to be fun!
What are you looking forward to this month?
What books are on your reading radar?
Any vacations or special events planned?
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