Tuesday, September 6, 2022

Coming Attractions


September has arrived. For me, that means apple desserts (I've already made a batch of Apple Crisp), another birthday (every birthday celebrated on this side of the dirt is a good one!), and lots of football. My two college teams are both off to winning starts (though last night's win was a heart-stopper) which makes me very happy. Not so happy about the shorter days in our immediate future but, hey, more time for snuggling up with a good book so maybe not all bad, right? Here's what's on the schedule for September.

I'll be sharing my thoughts about The Getaway by Emily March on Wednesday, September 7. This women's fiction/romance blend launches March's new Lake in the Clouds series. I'm already hooked.

Santa joins us on Thursday, September 8 with a review of Bet on It, a sizzling and emotional new Rom Com by Jodie Slaughter

Friday, September 9 brings Hellie's review of Mr. Perfect on Paper by Jean Meltzer. Hellie says this second Jewish Rom Com by Meltzer is one of her best books of this year. 

Tuesday, September 13 brings a review of In the Shadow Garden by Liz Parker, a magical debut about three generations of women. 

Stop by Thursday, September 15 for my review of The Road to Christmas, another humorous and heartwarming holiday story by Sheila Roberts.

There's plenty of humor afoot with Something in the Heir by Suzanne Enoch. Pop in on Friday, September 16 for a review of this new historical romantic comedy. 

Dust bunnies! Jayne Ann Krentz (writing as Jayne Castle) is back with another installment in her futuristic Harmony series. Stop by Monday, September 19 for our tour review of Sweetwater and the Witch. And, of course, for the newest dust bunny, Harriet. 

Hellie returns Thursday, September 22 with a tour review of Killers of a Certain Age, an action-packed thriller by Deanna Raybourn. With a tag line of "Older women often feel invisible, but sometimes that’s their secret weapon," I can't wait to find out what Hellie has to say about it. 

We're Snowed in for Christmas on Friday, September 23. Join us for a review of this newest holiday story from Sarah Morgan. I can't wait to curl up under a cozy blanket with this one.  

All is Bright on Saturday, September 24 when I share my thoughts about this new Christmas romance by RaeAnne Thayne. This author can always be counted on for an emotional, heart-tugging story.

It's Princess Amelia's turn to find love and, perhaps, herself in this newest installment of Julia London's A Royal Match series. Stop by Monday, September 26 for my review of The Duke Not Taken. It's a delight!

Debbie Mason's newest Highland Falls book is a deeply emotional, second-chance romance that kept me flipping pages well into the night. Join me on Tuesday, September 27 for my review of At Home on Marigold Lane

Reckless Fortune by M.M. Crane takes readers to Alaska for a heartwarming, emotional romance with well-placed humor, and plenty of adventure. Stop by Wednesday, September 28 for my review. 

We wrap up the month on Thursday, September 29 with a tour review of The Highlander's Holiday Wife. This fifth book in Vanessa Kelly's Clan Kendrick series is my favorite story in what has been a most enjoyable series. 

And that's it for September! Be sure to check the Coming Attractions link in the right side bar for updates to the schedule throughout the month. 

What books are on your radar this month?


  1. As always you have found wonderful books by talented authors. I look forward to reading several of these books. The variety is appreciated. And I always appreciate finding new to me authors. I hope everyone is well.

  2. Julia London, Suzanne Enoch, Debbie Mason, RaeAnne Thane, Sheila Roberts
    Several new authors listed that I will have to check out.

    I started reading both Debbie Mason and Sheila Roberts after reading your reviews.

    1. Laurie Gommermann

    2. Forgot to add ENJOY your September BIRTHDAY!!

  3. All of these shown here: March, Roberts, Morgan, Watson, Mason and Crane. Watson & Crane new to me.

  4. I am looking forward to reading my copy of The Road To Christmas. You have an excellent lineup for this mont. All sound like books I would enjoy. From this batch, the holiday books and the historicals would be my first choice with Crane, Mason, and Castle's books next in line.

  5. Killers of a Certain Age struck my fancy. Always lots of new and favorite authors.

  6. I've already read Mr. Perfect on Paper by Jean Meltzer and agree with Hellie! The book is an absolute delight.

    I'm looking forward to Debbie Mason's At Home on Marigold Lane. I love this series.

  7. You hooked me in for all the contemps. Even found a new author for me or two. TY. Patty B Coral.

  8. The Thayne and Roberts piqued my interest. Cathie P.

  9. I've been looking forward to Vanessa Kelly's The Highlander's Holiday Wife for ages. As usual I've got a few historical's on preorder. Killer's of a Certain Age sounds great as well!

  10. I just got The Road to Christmas by Sheila Roberts , I am looking forward to Debbie Mason's new book At Home on Marigold Lane, Great set of books, thanks for the coming reviews. Penney

  11. I'm really looking forward to the new Jayne Castle book! Lots of great new books out this month.