Weekly New Releases: June 28 – July 4
Being a romance reader comes with many perks. Chief among which is the sheer number of books we get to look forward to every single week. But there’s a downside to all that choice: the decision paralysis that comes with trying to pinpoint exactly where to start. And, seeing as we are in the business of books—specifically romance books—it seemed wise to take the time to sort through the pile and try to bring some organization to it. For you, of course. This is a purely altruistic act. So, read on to see what books are on offer this week, and what tropes and subgenres they belong to!
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FEATURED NEW RELEASES
I cannot overstate how much I love Anna Harrington’s Lords of the Armory series. And this is one I’ve been waiting for — Merritt Rivers meets his match in Veronica Chase, and WOW, their chemistry is explosive from their first meeting. Add in a deliciously suspenseful plot and you’ve got me hooked. Bring on the next Lord, please!
Are you ready for Christine Feehan’s first standalone book in nearly 20 years? If you read the #EXCLUSIVE excerpt during last week’s Lit Up By Love event, then you must be. Because as Christine herself said, “In addition to being a mystery, it is also romantic suspense with a very light touch of paranormal,” and that sounds amazing. SIGN. ME. UP.
I adore Mary Balogh (I might’ve mentioned this a time or five). And I adore this latest Westcott series book. Harry is finally ready for his HEA, but he’s not convinced that it’s possible. Neither is Lydia, a widow who is done with marriage forever. I am, however, convinced this book is awesome. P.S. Look out for my Diary of a Binge Reader tomorrow!
I read this one last week — thank you, ARC goddesses — and thoroughly enjoyed it. It’s a sweet and sexy story about coming home, taking chances, and figuring out why your grandmother would leave you a falling apart B&B when you have a life in the city. Wes and Sarah charmed me, but it’s Wes’s daughter who is the scene-stealer.
ALSO RELEASING THIS WEEK
Beth Cranford was born and raised in Australia, but followed her heart (and her husband) to the United States in her late 20s. As the mother of two kids, she’s learned that you can turn anything into a song and that slime does not belong in carpeted areas (or polite society). You can most often find her with her Kindle in hand, listening to Taylor Swift on repeat, or spending way too many hours playing Animal Crossing.
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