Who's ready for a new month? And how did we get here so quickly? Weren't we just celebrating New Year's? Here's what's on tap at The Romance Dish this merry month of March!
We launch the new month on Wednesday, March 2 with a Top Dish review of Seoulmates by Jen Frederick. Be sure to stop by to read what Hellie has to say about this follow-up novel to last year's Heart and Seoul (click for Hellie's review).
Thursday, March 3 brings a review of Last Duke Standing by Julia London. London returns to the royal world of Wesloria with this first book in her new A Royal Match series.
We're gearing up for the release of Susan Mallery's next book with a TLC excerpt tour of The Summer Getaway on Friday, March 4. Take a sneak peek at this heartwarming women's fiction novel that's scheduled to be published on March 15.
Stop by Saturday, March 5 to read my thoughts about Men or Paws, a new rom-com by Rich Amooi, an author whose books never fail to tickle my funny bone and touch my heart.
Hellie will be here Monday, March 7 with a review of Dead Man's Hand by David Nix, the first book in a new historical western series.
Stop by Tuesday, March 8 for my review of I Want You to Want Me by Shana Galen. This historical romance brings Galen's The Survivors series to a close with an emotional romance and Survivors reunion story that gave me everything I could have hoped for. These characters will live on in my heart for a long time to come.
I'm back with another excerpt tour on Wednesday, March 9. This time, it's an upcoming addition to Sheila Roberts' popular Moonlight Harbor series: Sand Dollar Lane. And, there will be two print ARCs looking for new homes!
Dating Dr. Dil by Nisha Sharma (March 15) is one of my most-anticipated books this spring. Don't miss my review of this new rom-com on Thursday, March 10.
It's time for another review on Friday, March 11. This time, I'll be sharing my thoughts about The Hero Next Door by Carrie Nichols, the newest book in her Small-Town Sweethearts, Harlequin Special Edition series. There's a print copy of the book up for giveaway too!
Stop by Monday, March 14 for a spotlight on The Bachelor Betrayal by Maddison Michaels. This new historical romance continues Michaels' best-selling The Secrets, Scandals, and Spies series.
Join me Tuesday, March 15, for a review and giveaway of In a New York Minute by Kate Spencer. This upcoming (March 15) rom-com is getting a lot of advance buzz.
Wednesday, March 16 brings a tour review of The Summer Getaway by Susan Mallery.
I'm celebrating St. Patrick's Day on Thursday, March 17 with a fictional getaway to Dublin courtesy of Ann Marie Walker's Lucky Leap Day. Stop by to check out my review of this new rom-com.
Nancy Northcott joins us Friday, March 18 with a guest blog about her updated and newly re-released Mage series. If fantasy adventure romance is your jam, you won't want to miss this.
I'll be heading back to the beach on Saturday, March 19 with a review of Sanibel Dreams by Hope Holloway. This new, multi-generational, women's fiction novel, set on the stunning Florida Gulf Coast, launches Holloway's new Shellseeker Beach series.
Join me Monday, March 21 when I share my thoughts about Savvy Sheldon Feels Good as Hell by Taj McCoy. This debut rom-com is raking in lots of feel-good buzz leading up to its March 22 release.
Wednesday, March 23 brings a review of The Love of My Life, Rosie Walsh's eagerly anticipated second novel and the Good Morning America Book Club's pick for March. Early word is that I should not start reading this book late in the day unless I'm prepared to stay up all night.
Stop in Tuesday, March 29 for a review of A Wedding on Sunshine Corner by Phoebe Mills. This second book in Mills' The Sunshine Corner, contemporary romance series, features several delicious tropes: enemies to lovers, single dad, and brother's best friend.
Wednesday, March 30 brings a tour review of Sweet Home Cowboy to the blog. This western romance anthology about four half-sisters features stories by Maisey Yates, Nicole Helm, Jackie Ashenden, and Caitlin Crews.
Rounding out the month on Thursday, March 31 will be a review of With Love from Rose Bend by Naima Simone. This newest addition to Simone's Rose Bend series is filled with the passion, emotion, and complex, fully-developed characters that have been the hallmark of all of the books in the series.
That's the schedule for March here at the Dish. What are you looking forward to this month? Any birthdays? Anniversaries? Trips? Books?
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Lovely selection. All of the books are wonderful. Many birthdays this month. My 2 grandaughters, my brother, sister and d-in-l. Busy month and enjoyable celebrations.ReplyDelete
Lots of celebrations this month! Sending happy tidings their way.Delete
March is always a fun month filled with enjoyable days. Purim, Spring, sunshine and reading. The variety is exceptional and I will be busy with books that are featured.ReplyDelete
I'm hoping for a relatively calm month, weather wise. You never know about March around here.Delete
A great variety!! March is one of the few months that we have no celebrations in our family. So reading it is lol.ReplyDelete
We don't either, catslady. My late brother and late sister-in-law were our only March birthdays. But we more than make up for it in April.Delete
Wonderful set of books here for March, can't wait to read your reviews. ThanksReplyDelete
No birthdays, no Annv, but will be buying a couple of books.Delete
I'm excited about the titles that came my way for March. :)Delete
No bdays or anniversaries this month. Lots of books here pique my interest.ReplyDelete
Mine too! :)Delete
March already?! We've got three family Birthdays in March. Looking forward the departure of the cold weather!ReplyDelete
I'm ready to pack my heavy coats away.Delete
We just finished our family's month of birthdays - there's somthing about February.... I am hoping that the weather stays warm enough to get veggies and herbs in the garden.ReplyDelete
Here in NC, I've learned the hard way to not plant anything before April 15th. Those late freezes get me every time.Delete
Looking forward to spring and warmer weather and new books to read.ReplyDelete
You know, I am always impressed with the fact that you find so many good new books every month. I reckon it is your way keeping me on my toes and broke. Thanks so much for this list. I am going to up date the plants in the pots on my patio. The ones I have not already given away look tired.ReplyDelete
Hope everyone is well and safe and happy.
I try, Annette! :)Delete
I think my Christmas Cactus needs to be repotted. It's beginning to look a little tired.
So excited for the new Sheila Roberts! Plus I can't wait to start the new series by Hope Holloway! 💜📚💜ReplyDelete
I thoroughly enjoyed Sand Dollar Lane. It's funny, because I never warmed up to Brody in the earlier books and yet his book turned out to be my favorite so far.Delete
I'm with you on the Hope Holloway! Her Coconut Key series was one of my favorites of 2021 and I'm eager to discover what she has in store for us on Shellseeker Beach!
All the books above sound amazing. Looking forward to reading all the review. As for what is happening personally, there are at least 10 people with birthdays and an anniversary.ReplyDelete
Whoa! That's a lot of celebrating! Sounds like a fun month.Delete
Looking forward to The Summer Getaway.ReplyDelete
A great selection of books this month!! I'm looking forward to a long weekend trip to Naples, FL later this month. I'll be spending time with three other "girls" from high school as we plan and work out details for our high school reunion this summer. It's been 20 years since the last, so this will be fun!! I can't remember the last time I had a girls weekend. Thanks for the chance, PJ.ReplyDelete
I'm looking forward to the new books out this month by Shana Galen and Stephanie Laurens. I've also discovered a great series of books written by Tammy Andresen. She has a new one that released today. Looking forward to starting that one soon. I only saw a couple of books in my favorite genre on your list for March. They are by authors I haven't read before, except for the one by Julie London. She's an old favorite of mine.ReplyDelete
February just seemed to disappear. An interesting lineup for this month. Not many of my two favorites (historical and suspense), but some appealing contemporary books. A few of the offerings are by favorite authors (Julia London and Sheila Roberts) and several that sound like I would really enjoy them by authors old and new to me (Yates, Mills, Walsh, Holloway, Mallery, Amooi, and Nix).ReplyDelete
No trips this month. We will be celebrating my husband's birthday on the Ides of March. Will be doing an Irish dinner for St. Patrick's Day, probably the weekend after.
I look forward to this month's offerings.
My daughter has a birthday this month and she is coming home for Spring Break this weekend from college. She will be 20 years old. So crazy. There is a lot of good books coming out next month. Cant wait. Love Susan Mallery and Maisy YatesReplyDelete
Sounds like a great month! I’m looking forward to warmer weather and new books — I’m looking forward to In a New York Minute in particularReplyDelete
Yep one family birthday and spring weather. I'm tired of the coldReplyDelete
There are some great books in that line-up! My sister just booked a trip to come up from Fla. I haven't seen her for almost 5 years.ReplyDelete
For some book releases and time change... lolReplyDelete
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