It's November, the month of giving thanks here in the U.S and one of the things I'm giving thanks for is some amazing new books. November used to be a very quiet month for new book releases. Not so this year! There are plenty of new stories hitting the shelves and a little something for everyone. Speaking of everyone, that's something else for which I'm giving thanks this month. November is The Romance Dish's anniversary month and this year I'm celebrating fourteen (14!) years of sharing book love. That longevity is due in no small part to all of you wonderful readers who keep coming back to see what we've been reading, share what you've been reading, and infuse this site with the love and joy that makes romance books and the romance community so special. Thank you for taking this journey with me!
Kicking off the month on Thursday, November 2 is a review and giveaway of Midnight at the Christmas Bookshop by Jenny Colgan. This book takes readers back to Edinburgh, Scotland for the sequel to last years The Christmas Bookshop.
Monday, November 13 brings a review of The Holiday Heartbreaker by Maisey Yates. This newest installment in Yates' Four Corners Ranch series is sure to bring the holiday spirit - along with a yummy cowboy - straight into readers' hearts.
Don't miss my review of Never Wager with a Wallflower, the third book in Virginia Heath's humorous and heartwarming Merriwell Sisters historical rom-com series on Tuesday, November 7.
Stop by Wednesday, November 8 for my next Coastal Magic Convention Featured Author Spotlight. This month, I'm delighted to welcome Hildie McQueen. Don't miss the newest installment in her Clan Ross of the Hebrides series, The Bear, which releases November 3.
Join me on Thursday, November 10 when I'll share my thoughts about The Wishing Bridge by Viola Shipman. I'm eager to return to Michigan for a new story from this author who is fast becoming one of my favorites.
On Friday, November 10, I'll be sharing my thoughts about The Asheville Christmas Gift. This second book in a heartwarming trilogy from women's fiction authors Hope Holloway and Cecelia Scott is sure to put you in a holiday spirit.
Hellie joins us on Monday, November 13 with a review of Better Hate Than Never by Chloe Liese, a modernization of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew.
I'll be back on Monday, November 20 with a review and giveaway of Amalie Howard's Never Met a Duke Like You. I've enjoyed every Amalie Howard book I've read and am looking forward to diving into this one.
Join me on Friday, November 17 when I share my thoughts about Merry Christmas, Montana by Elsa Winckler. This may be my first book by Ms. Winckler but it won't be my last.
Wednesday, November 22 brings a review of A Dish Best Served Hot, book two in Natalie Caña's Vega Family Love Stories series.
I'm all about the puppies - and the romance - on Tuesday, November 21 when I bring you a review of the newest book in Lizzie Shane's Pine Hollow series, Four Weddings and a Puppy.
Friday, November 24 brings a review of One Night In Hartswood by Emma Denny. This debut M/M Medieval romance has me intrigued.
I'm eager to return to Lake in the Clouds, Colorado on Tuesday, November 28 for Balancing Act, book two in Emily March's heart-tugging new series about family, forgiveness, and second chances.
Santa rounds out the month on Thursday, November 30 with a review of It Had to Be a Duke by Vivienne Lorret. This new historical romance launches Lorret's The Liars' Club series.
What are you thankful for this month?
What books are you looking forward to reading?
Have you started prepping for the December holidays yet? (I confess, I haven't)
Three randomly chosen people who post a comment before 11:00 PM, November 7 will each receive a package of books from my home stash.
*Must be 18