Thursday, November 3, 2022

Coming Attractions


It's November, the month of Thanksgiving. We have a lot of great new books to be thankful for here at The Romance Dish. Check out the schedule below.

The month kicks off an Tuesday, November 1 with PJ's review of The Not So Nice List, a humorous and heartfelt holiday novella by Sally Kilpatrick.

Santa stops by on Wednesday, November 2 with her review of Paris Daillencourt Is About to Crumble, the second book in Alexis Hall's Winner Bakes All, M/M romance series.

We're heading back to Cypress Bayou, Louisiana on Thursday, November 3 with PJ's review of A Bayou Christmas, the third book in Susan Sand's contemporary romance series.

Nancy Northcott will be here Friday, November 4 with her review of Better Than Fiction, a contemporary bookshop romcom by Alexa Martin. (Giveaway included)

PJ turns her focus to the past on Monday, November 7 with her review of Some Dukes Have all the Luck by Christina Britton. This historical romance launches Britton's new tie-in Synneful Spinsters series. 

Be sure to stop by Tuesday, November 8 for a tour review of Never Rescue a Rogue, a new historical romcom by Virginia Heath. This is the second book in Heath's The Merriwell Sisters trilogy. 

Santa is back on Wednesday, November 9 with a review of A Very Merry Bromance, the newest installment in Lyssa Kay Adams' popular Bromance Book Club series.

Join me on Thursday, November 10 for a first look at Lisa Lin's debut novel, The Year of Cecily. This first book in Lin's From Sunset Park, with Love series will release on January 17, 2023.

Let's get Ship Wrecked! Swing by Monday, November 14 for PJ's review of this newest romcom from Olivia Dade

It's A Wish for Winter on Tuesday, November 15 when PJ shares her thoughts about this new holiday tale by Viola Shipman, set in PJ's native state of Michigan. 

Stop by Wednesday, November 16 for a review of Sugar and Spice by Kimberly Kincaid. This opposites-attract, Christmas romance is the first book in Kincaid's Pine Mountain series.

Wednesday, November 23 brings a review and giveaway of Duke Most Wicked by Lenora Bell. I'm eager to dive into this newest historical romance from Bell. *Moved to December

Hope Holloway brings her heart-tugging Shellseeker Beach series to a close this month with Sanibel Moonlight. Stop by Monday, November 21 for PJ's review.

Santa will be here on Tuesday, November 22 with a review of Two Wrongs Make a Right by Chloe Liese, a contemporary reimagining of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. (There's also a giveaway!)

Friday, November 25 brings a review and giveaway of A Sweet Lowcountry Proposal by Preslaysa Williams. I'm looking forward to returning to the South Carolina Lowcountry for this second-chance romance. *Moved to December

We're cranking up the action and suspense on Monday, November 28 with a review of One Last Chance, the final book in Kat Martin's Blood Ties, the Logans series. 

If you enjoy heart-tugging romance and seasoned characters don't miss PJ's review of Jane Porter's Flirting with the Beast on Tuesday, November 29

Wrapping up the month on Wednesday, November 30 will be a Q&A with author Connie Mann and a review of Beyond Fear, the newest book in her suspense-filled Florida Wildlife Warriors series. 

What books are you looking forward to reading this month? 


  1. So many great books! I enjoyed Paris Daillencourt and am really looking forward to reading Ship Wrecked

  2. So many listed here. The Shipman, Holloway, Kincaid, Courtney Cole's Home for Christmas. Patoct.

  3. You have a great line-up for November. Kat Martin and Jane Porter are favorites and I always look forward to their books. You have lots of interesting contemporary books listed from authors I am not familiar with. It will be interesting to find out more about them. I have a stack of Christmas books I am looking forward to. I am reading Sheila Roberts' The Road To Christmas and loving it. It hits close to home on several fronts.