Gearing up for Summer Reads...Don't miss the May offerings...
May 1, 2009
The "Merry Month of May" offers up many new releases in a wide range of genres,
so get ready for some reading enjoyment. Here is just a small sampling of books
that might be of interest to you:
May 5, 2009:
Elaine Viets adds
another chapter to her Dead-End Job mystery series with KILLER CUTS (Obsidian
hardcover). With a résumé that includes attempted assault and alimony evasion,
Helen Hawthorne is living on the lam and working wherever she can. This time,
she’s assistant to Miguel Angel, the Cuban manager of a chic salon where a
haircut can cost as much as a car payment. While working the wedding of a
wealthy gossip blogger and cable TV show host, things get hairy for Helen when
the man ends up dead – murdered at his own wedding.
LAST VAMPIRE STANDING
(Berkley trade) is the second installment in Nancy Haddock’s series
about a recently revived vampire princess and her entertaining adventures
adjusting to life in the 21st century. Vampire princess Francesca is living a
normal, peaceful existence in St. Augustine, Florida, with friendly neighbors
and great friends. When a stranger crashes a party seeking sanctuary, she puts
Cesca and her newfound friends in grave danger – the woman is being followed by
a psychotic vampire with a murderous agenda.
continues her Dark Ops series with HOTSHOT (Berkley Sensation) this time telling the story of Air
Force pilot Major Vince “Vapor” DeLuca, who’s just accepted his most difficult
recon mission ever – keeping an eye on Shay Bassett. She’s scheduled to tell
Congress about Cleveland’s escalating gang activity, and someone is trying to
stop her from testifying. Her life now depends on trusting the one man who
burned her so badly years ago – and still makes her hot.
The second book in Angela
Knight’s Time Hunters trilogy, GUARDIAN: THE TIME HUNTERS (Berkley), tells the futuristic tale
of Riane Arvid, a superhuman cop from the future trapped in the year 2009 by
group of murderous fanatics called the Xeran. Nick Wyatt is a 21st century
warrior who’s been a target of the Xeran his entire life. He’s the only one
Riane can turn to, but his intentions are as mysterious as his origins. In an
attempt to discover the truth about each other, both Riane and Nick decide
mutual seduction is the best tactic.
Eclipse) is book two in Jo Davis’ exciting Firefighters of Station Five series. Zack
fights fires and saves lives for a living, but his personal life is not as
exciting – until he rescues Corrine Shannon. This sharp-tongued exotic dancer
soon has the shy Zack burning with passion. Just as they are getting to know
each other better, they find themselves targeted by two relentless enemies with
50 million reasons to succeed. Will their newfound romance survive their
struggle to stay alive?
May 12, 2009:
gives fans another stellar political thriller with FINAL FINESSE (Forge
hardcover). Samantha Reid, the White House Deputy Director for Homeland
Security, deals with national security threats on a daily basis. When a natural-
gas pipeline explodes in America’s heartland, she senses pending disaster and
tries to convince reluctant officials to take action. After several more
explosions, Samantha teams up with Tripp Adams, VP of GeoGlobal Oil & Gas,
owner of the pipelines, to investigate. As they spend time together trying to
solve the mystery of the explosions and the motives of the group behind the
havoc, Samantha and Tripp grow very close. Then Tripp is sent to South America –
and disappears. Now Samantha must deal with political intrigue at the highest
levels as she races to find Tripp and stop a team of foreign agents before they
carry out their final deadly scheme.
WHISPERED LIES (Pocket
trade) by Sherrilyn
Kenyon and Dianna
Love is the latest book to feature the BAD (Bureau of American Defense)
Agency. A gutsy female informant must come out of hiding to bring down a secret
organization that’s become America’s number one threat. BAD has intercepted an
anonymous tip, and agent Carlos Delgado leads his team on a daring mission to
flush out the highly sought-after informant. For the past decade, Gabrielle
Saxe has been hiding from a killer while also providing anonymous tips about
international criminals to intelligence agencies. When she hears from a friend,
who’s supposed to be dead, Gabrielle is forced to risk it all. This puts her in
the direct path of operatives on a dangerous mission…and into the arms of a man
whose duty is to hand her over to Interpol as an international felon.
The venerable Minnesota crime fighter Lucas Davenport returns in John Sandford’s WICKED PREY (Putnam
hardcover), the 19th book in this compelling, entertaining and suspenseful
crime series. The Republicans are coming to St. Paul for their national
convention. However, the big party is anything but fun when a crew of
professional stick-up men decides to take advantage of all those political
moneymen with briefcases full of cash. If that weren’t headache enough for
Davenport, things are about to get worse. A pimp and petty thief blames
Davenport for putting him in a wheelchair with a stray bullet, and the
psychotic man has been nursing his grudge ever since. He’s intent on making the
cop really suffer for the deed, so he targets Davenport’s 14-year-old adoptive
daughter. Add in a right-wing-crazy with a sniper rifle roaming a city filled
with the most powerful politicians on earth and you have the makings of a
May 19, 2009:
Mary Balogh concludes
her Huxtable family saga, set in the glittering world of Regency England, with
SEDUCING AN ANGEL
(Delacorte hardcover). This story sweeps us into a world of scandal and
intrigue as we are introduced to Stephen, the youngest Huxtable sibling and
only son. Stephen will risk his reputation and his heart in a scandalous
liaison with Cassandra Belmont, an infamous beauty intent on seduction. But
when passion turns the tables on them both, who can say who has seduced whom?
The second installment in Allison Brennan’s Sacramento FBI trilogy, FATAL SECRETS
(Ballantine), features FBI agent Dean Hooper. When a top lieutenant in a
notorious ring of human traffickers agrees to turn state’s evidence,
Immigration and Customs Enforcement senior agent Sonia Knight believes she’ll
finally take down the illegal operation’s devilish mastermind, Xavier Jones.
But when an FBI sting on Jones’ criminal enterprise collides with an ICE
stakeout, Sonia is enraged. FBI agent Dean Hooper has been chasing Jones for
years on money-laundering and tax-evasion charges and doesn’t need or want a
hot-headed ICE agent second-guessing his every move. When the Bureau is ordered
to join forces with ICE, Sonia is just as livid. Will their team effort pay
off, or will Sonia and Dean pay the ultimate price with their lives?
WHISPERS OF THE DEAD
(Delacorte hardcover) is the latest in Simon Beckett’s Dr.
David Hunter series. Hunter, a British forensic anthropologist, comes to the U.
S. to study at the legendary Knoxville, Tennessee, “Body Farm.” Soon after
arriving, he winds up in the center of an investigation far from his
jurisdiction when a crime scene is uncovered in a remote Smoky Mountain cabin.
Within days, Hunter realizes he’s dealing with a serial killer who’s intimately
familiar with the intricacies of forensics. And the killer keeps coming up with
surprises, until he finally sets his sights on Hunter himself.
In GONE TOMORROW
(Delacorte hardcover), Lee
Child’s 13th novel featuring Jack Reacher, we find Reacher riding the New
York City subway late at night with only five other passengers. The woman
sitting directly across from him displays all the signs of a suicide bomber
that Reacher learned from his military days. From this pulse-pounding start,
Reacher will be plunged into the depths of a conspiracy concealed since the
start of the Soviet-Afghan War – one that will have deadly consequences for
today’s war on terrorism. Through one hairpin surprise after another, this
thriller spans three decades and gnaws at the heart of America.
May 26, 2009:
(Leisure) by Alissa
Johnson is the third book in her Regency-set Providence series, following
AS LUCK WOULD HAVE IT
and TEMPTING FATE.
While eavesdropping where she shouldn’t, Evie Cole discovers her guardians’
devious plans to snare a husband for her. But Evie doesn’t hear the entire
scheme, which has some dire consequences for everyone involved.
THE ACCIDENTAL LAWMAN
(Steeple Hill) by Jill
Marie Landis tells the inspirational story of Hank Larson, who foils a bank
robbery as soon as he sets foot in the small town of Glory, Texas. It doesn’t
matter that one of the bandits literally tripped over Hank's dusty boots.
Suddenly Hank is hailed as a hero and appointed sheriff. Everyone thinks the
Lord led him there to save the day. Everyone, that is, except the town's pretty
healer, Amelia Hawthorne. The robber who got away was her brother, and now it's
Hank's job to apprehend him. Knowing what it’s like to lose your family, Hank
works at restoring Amelia's shaky faith. But doing what is right just might
break her heart.
THE COPTIC SECRET
(Leisure) by Gregg
Loomis continues the exciting adventures of Lang Reilly. This fourth
thriller in the series finds Lang attending a gala to celebrate the find of the
century – previously unknown Gospels containing startling revelations. But
before the parchments can be revealed, shots ring out in the British Museum and
the Gospels – along with Lang’s friend – are taken. An ancient, mysterious
organization will kill anyone who comes close to the parchments, but Lang is
not easily intimidated. The more his life is threatened, the more determined he
is to learn the truth.
Ana Leigh continues
the tale of The Fraser family with HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO (Pocket Star), the fifth installment in
this series set in the Old West. Rico Fraser wants nothing more than to return
to the Fraser clan's California home, find a good woman and start his own
family. Before that can happen, he has to deal with Ben Slatter, who brutally
murdered Rico's mother three years earlier. So when Slatter and his gang abduct
a young ranch heiress, Rico seizes the chance to bring his adversary in – dead
or alive. Born into privilege, Jenny Burke’s life is devoid of any excitement…
until she’s kidnapped. When she’s rescued by a sexy bounty hunter, life will
never be the same for Jenny, or Rico either.
BLIND SIGHT (Doubleday
hardcover) is the third book by Terri Persons to feature FBI special agent Bernadette St. Clare.
A deer hunter tracking his wounded prey through the Minnesota woods gets more
than he bargained for when he makes the grisly discovery of a young girl’s
body. The condition of the corpse is shocking: The girl had been pregnant, but
the fetus was removed from her womb and an inverted pentagram drawn on her
forehead. After the girl is identified as the daughter of a high-powered
Senator, the FBI is called in to find the murderer – and the missing baby. The
investigation is hampered by the many lies that lead a circuitous – and deadly –
route to the truth. It takes dogged police work and Bernadette’s unique powers
of second sight to apprehend the killers in one of the toughest crimes they’ve
In MASTER OF CRAVING
(Pocket Star), book three in the Blood Sword Legacy series by Karin Tabke, eight
mercenary knights, each of them base born, each of them bound by unspeakable
torture in a Saracen prison, each of them branded with the mark of the sword
for life, find their destinies marked by a woman. It is whispered that each
Blood Sword is destined to find only one woman who will bear him (and only him)
sons, and until that one woman is found, he will battle and ravage the land.
Stefan de Valrey is left unconscious on the battlefield, while his sworn
brothers are captured. Despite horrible injuries, Stefan vows to do whatever it
takes to rescue them, even abducting the beautiful Welsh maiden Arianrhod as
hostage to exchange for his brothers. He soon finds he’s unable to control the
situation, or the feisty princess, or the fiery passion that burns so hot
dishes up another spine-tingling romantic suspense with BENEATH BONE LAKE (Love
Spell). When Ruby Monroe’s young daughter goes missing and she’s threatened by
a tattooed gunman, she has no one else to turn to for help but neighbor Sam
McCoy, the sexy bad-boy with a criminal past. Then a body is found in Bone
Lake. With the local sheriff involved, Ruby wonders if her trust is misplaced
as her frantic search for answers uncovers corruption, dirty secrets and her
own hidden desires.
remarkable Midnight Breed series continues with the sixth installment, ASHES OF MIDNIGHT (Dell).
Claire Roth is driven from her home by a fiery threat that seems to come from
hell itself. Then, from out of the flames and ash, a vampire warrior emerges –
Andreas Reichen, her onetime lover, now a stranger consumed by vengeance. But
Claire cannot escape his fury, or the hunger that plunges her into his world of
eternal darkness and unending pleasure. Nothing will stop Andreas from
destroying the vampire responsible for slaughtering his Breed brethren…even if
he must use his former lover as a pawn in the deadly mission. And so a
dangerous seduction begins – one that blurs the lines between predator and prey
and stokes the flames of a consuming, white-hot passion.
In a recent Romantic Reads posting from Dorchester Editor Leah
Hultenschmidt, she addressed the issue of what’s been happening with their
Shomi line of cutting-edge urban fantasy novels. Leah had this to say: “With
the recent market constrictions, it was getting difficult to have an added
romance in certain months on the list. So we’ve folded some Shomi titles into
the Love Spell line and moved some to a new position geared more toward
fantasy/urban fantasy in Leisure, depending on the book’s content. We’re
definitely still doing cutting-edge, innovative romance.” So fans of Shomi can
get their fix May 26, 2009, with the release of TEKGRRL (Leisure) by A. J. Menden, the second
book in her EHJ series. When Mindy was 12, she asked to go to The School like
other gifted girls. Her parents sent her to another planet. Today, back on
Earth, Mindy is a mechanical genius with the Elite Hands of Justice, America's
premier superhero squad. She's been having headaches though, and not just
because she’s pushing 30, or that her longtime crush is flirting with another
teammate. What's burning Mindy’s brain is a past she can't recall – a past
that’s been erased. Now her worst nightmare is returning; only she, her friends
and her one true love can stop it.
As always, there’s more to come next month, so stay tuned…Tanzey
Leave a comment below and you'll be entered in our monthly Tanzey Talk
contest...win some of the books mentioned above!
79 comments posted.
Re: Gearing up for Summer Reads...Don't miss the May offerings...
A wonderful list!!! I just put a bunch on my wishlist like Adrian (love this vamp series), Haddock (so been waiting for this one!), Kenyon (don't miss any of hers), Knight (Great heroes!), Tabke (I need to get this whole trilogy), Davis (Firemen!), Balogh (Beautiful regencies) and Johnson (new to me author).
Sara, I love Balogh's books too! Have you read SILENT MELODY, its a earlier book and just so beautiful!
Whew! Now going to add more to this list from this site, LOL.
(Cathie Morton 8:42pm May 1, 2009)
This is a great list! I hope these are in the bag: Last Vampire Standing, Seducing An Angel, The Accidental Lawman, Guardian.
(Ashley Madden 9:34pm May 1, 2009)
Fatal Secrets, Final Finese, Blind Sight, Gone Tomorrow, Whispered Lies, Whispers of the Dead,Beneath Bone Lake as all ones that I want to read. I love the mysteries. This is a great giveaway! Thank you for allowing me to enter.
(Yvonne Butler 2:05pm May 2, 2009)
This list is terrific. I hope Ashes of Midnight, Last Vampire Standing, Whispered Lies, Guardian and Hotshot are in the bag. All the books sound greatm but these are my preferences.
(Tina Dowdy 5:04pm May 2, 2009)
I have always enjoyed mystery books themed around cooking, especially cookies (Joanne Fluke), chocolate, and general innocent catering! When recipes are included it always make the book that much more enjoyable. I would love a summer book tote full of mystery (romance) books!
(Taunna Jarvimaki 6:44pm May 2, 2009)
I hope the one by Mary Balogh is in the bag.
(Amanda Jenkins 8:03pm May 2, 2009)
Hello from Greenville, PA.
I would like to win some summer reading.
(Eleanor Harkins 9:24pm May 2, 2009)
Thank you for all you do to make life and shopping easier for the rest of us !!!!
(Gina Keitz 2:17am May 3, 2009)
Oh my! My TBR list is overflowing and it looks like I'm going to have to read faster! Thanks for the list!
(Jacqueline Lam 2:22am May 3, 2009)
oh good Sherrily Kenyonand Dainna love came out whit a new book got to get that.Nancy Haddocks & Lara Adrian book looks good to.
(Stacey Smith 3:17am May 3, 2009)
May looks like a great month with so
many great books being released. Thanks
for the heads up!
(Sue Ahn 4:43am May 3, 2009)
All of these books are awesome, I'm waiting for Mary Blough's last installment of the Huxtable Series i have the others.
(Audra Holtwick 6:07am May 3, 2009)
So many wonderful authors. Any of them would be a pleasure to read. Winning one would just be fun.
(Dee Dailey 9:37am May 3, 2009)
I still have to work the same schedule in summer, but some how I do read more. HOw is that?
(Caroline Kolb 2:17pm May 3, 2009)
I'd like to see Beneath Bone Lake and Blind Site in the prize package but any of them would be great!
(Sandy Miresse 4:54pm May 3, 2009)
"Ashes of Midnight" and Mary Balogh's newest book are on my wish lists! Don't they look fabulous!?
Perfect books to start out the summer! :D
(Rachael Grime 11:03pm May 3, 2009)
Oh my, May looks like another great new book month! Thank you for the update and the contest!
(Janece Suarez 12:24pm May 4, 2009)
Thanks so much for giving us the heads up for what looks like to be a great summer for reading!
(Carrie Divine 8:32pm May 4, 2009)
May books look to break my budget again. In April I bought seven new books and about ten used at a library sale. Your contest sounds great!
(Elaine Carlini-Davis 10:52pm May 4, 2009)
Love Mary Balogh, enjoying this new series; also on my wishlist Tabke,Knight, Johnson, Brennan,Kenyon/Love and now you have me looking at more.
(Pamela Pellini 8:26am May 5, 2009)
I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO A.BRENNAN BK2 FATAL SECRETS & ANA LEIGH HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO
(Jean Mess 1:26pm May 6, 2009)
I'm reading Angela Knight's Guardian now. I'm loving it!!
(Cheryl Haut 8:13am May 7, 2009)
Any of the books listed would be a great prize.
(Barbara Semeraro 8:57am May 7, 2009)
So many great books coming out this May!! :) Isn't it a great month?!?!
(Beverly Bennett 9:14pm May 8, 2009)
there is some good books coming out this month how can i get them all?so many to get and never a nuf money to get them all.
(Stacey Smith 3:06am May 9, 2009)
I love thrillers and suspense, and there is
a wonderful lineup! I would choose
Gone Tomorrow, Beneath Bone Lake,
Wicked Prey, Whispers of the Dead and
(Jane Hixon 11:35am May 9, 2009)
Hot Shot, Under Fire as I love heroes in uniform.
(Robyn Lee 1:26pm May 9, 2009)
right now lots of books are coming out that I want I have already bought over 10 books this month. sherryln kenyon is one book i want still.
(Rhonda Laney 4:12pm May 11, 2009)
Too many choices. I'd be happy to win
any of them. Thanks for a chance to win
(Judy Killen 1:21am May 12, 2009)
Wow those are all great books! Can't wait to read them
(Belinda Bonello 10:57am May 12, 2009)
ooh lots of good books!
Thanks for the giveaway!
(Joanne Schultz 11:18am May 12, 2009)
I love your website! It has so many contests & is full of information on the Authors & their books!
(Sharon Shearouse 12:54pm May 12, 2009)
Lots of great books here! Gone Tomorrow and Wicked Prey
would be my first picks!
(Carol Mintz 5:27pm May 12, 2009)
Wow those all look good, I'm really looking forward to the Alissa Johnson and Ana Leigh books!
(Ashley Smith 5:50pm May 12, 2009)
I'd love to see John Sanford in the Grab Bag. I can never put a Sanford down until I finish it.
(Angela Hoagland 4:48pm May 14, 2009)
I have also been waiting for Last Vampire Standing and would love Guardian! Lots of good books!
(Jennifer Cline 5:28pm May 14, 2009)
all the books sound great! Goo luck to all.
(Diane Sadler 10:34pm May 14, 2009)
You always have the coolest books here. I have found both old and new favorites when read here.
(Tabatha Basham 5:32pm May 15, 2009)
What a great lot of books coming out soon, both favorite authors like Mary Balogh and Catherine Mann, as well as exciting books by new-to-me authors.
(Sigrun Schulz 6:33pm May 15, 2009)
I found sooo many I would love to see in the bag but the best would be,Elaine Viets's book Killer Cuts;John Standfords book Wicked Prey. I have read books by Viets and now I look forward to John's.
(Kathy Vallee 2:10am May 16, 2009)
I couldn't wait to buy Nancy Haddock's "Last Vampire Standing," and I'm glad because it was great. So many of the other books look fab, too, but I am especially interested in "Wicked Prey," "Final Finesse," and :Killer Cuts."
(Michelle St. James 12:16pm May 16, 2009)
Looks like a full summer of reading ahead. So many good books to look forward too.
(Judy Anderson 2:06pm May 16, 2009)
Lots of interesting books included in the group. Would love to read any of them.
(Cheryl Snyder 9:50pm May 18, 2009)
First time visitor and enjoyed reading the comments. I will visit again
(Joy Isley 3:02pm May 19, 2009)
I am looking forward to reading several of these books. I am especially enjoying Alissa Johnson's series and cannot wait to read McAlistair's Fortune.
(Lori Patterson 5:17pm May 19, 2009)
Can't wait to read a lot of these books and the series they are a part of! Gotta love series books!
(Kelli Jo Calvert 12:34pm May 20, 2009)
OK I need to get to a book store and quick - hopefully some will be obtainable in the UK.
(Sarah Keery 1:09pm May 20, 2009)
picked up the new Angela knight at the RT convention. Read it on the plane. Great book
(Karen Manns 8:19pm May 20, 2009)
Good grief! There are so many good
books in this list, I truly don't know
where to start. Any of them would be
great. Thanks for the update on the
(Patricia Barraclough 11:05pm May 20, 2009)
I so love your lists! I came to get my list added on and its the right place! I loved the Mary Balogh series and so can't wait for that Hardcover and gotta fit it in my budget somehow, LOL
(Cathie Morton 11:18pm May 20, 2009)
So many sound soooo good. I'd like to see Gone Tomorrow in the Grab bag.
(Sandy Miresse 9:34am May 21, 2009)
All these books look great! I'd love to win some of them!
(Denise Powers 4:07pm May 21, 2009)
What a choice!
The Coptic Secret
(Sally Gawne 6:17pm May 21, 2009)
I love your picks for the list. I would be happy to win any of them!!
(Michele Oldenburg 10:02am May 22, 2009)
I love this time of year. The weather is beautiful and the selection of books that come out is outstanding. I don't know which one I would pick to read first.
(Rosemary Krejsa 7:10pm May 22, 2009)
Wow what a list any of them would be great, would love to win all or any of them. thanks for having contest.
(Gloria Vigil 8:55am May 23, 2009)
They all sound great, but I'd love Last Vampire Standing, Seducing An Angel, Tempting Fate, Tekgrrl, Holding Out For A Hero, Ashes of Midnight
(Barbara Elness 3:43pm May 23, 2009)
Nice selection of paranormal and thriller books. Looking forward to finding new reads for the summer.
(E Felder 6:25pm May 23, 2009)
Right now I'm reading Ride a Painted Pony and can't hardly put it down.
(Susie Kerner 7:42pm May 23, 2009)
There are a lot of wonderful authors and great stories on your May list. Picking a few will be hard, but i'll do my best! ;-D
(Gordon Wilson 7:53pm May 23, 2009)
There are so many great books on this list that you can't go wrong with any of them!
(Hannah Beck 12:39pm May 24, 2009)
I'm hoping these books will be in the bag: Last Vampire Standing, Seducing an Angel, McAlistair's Fortune, Master of Craving, Whispered Lies, Ashes of Midnight and Tekgrrl! Thanks for the opportunity!
(Sara Denluck 6:32am May 24, 2009)
Oh boy! Another John Sanford ... I'm hooked on his books.
(Sandy Miresse 8:14am May 24, 2009)
Ooh, what a list to choose from! Other than all of them, I'd like books by Viets, Mann, Davis, Landis, Leigh, Persons, Brennan. Thanks to all these authors for providing such reading enjoyment.
(Patricia Baldwin 12:27pm May 24, 2009)
I've been wanting to read Angela Knight for awhile. The Guardian book sounds good.
(Kerry Shaw 1:36pm May 25, 2009)
Great list of books there...oh my poor credit card!!! There are way too many good books!!! My wish list at amazon is exploding....time to make sure everyone knows what I want for Christmas...hehe!!!
(Valerie Bongards 5:36pm May 25, 2009)
All these books looks so good!! Vampires always win out for me!
(Ashley Applebee 9:35pm May 25, 2009)
There are some wonderful looking reads displayed. Had recently read an excerpt of Alissa Johnson's book and have been itching to try one of her books since.
(G. Bisbjerg 10:06pm May 25, 2009)
So many good books! I would love to see any of these books in the bag: Under Fire, Blind Sight, Last Vampire Standing, Guardian, Seducing An Angel, Whispered Lies, Ashes of Midnight, Tekgrrl. They all sound like great reads! :)
(Anna McKenrick 11:38pm May 25, 2009)
Thanks to all of the fantastic authors donating their work for this great contest! Some of the books I would like to see in the bag: Killer Cuts, Under Fire, Whispered Lies, Guardian, Last Vampire Standing, Master of Craving.
(Cherie Michalec 3:39am May 27, 2009)
I have plans to tackle my TBR pile and to add to my pile too! Thanks for the book suggestions.
(Jung Ja Ahn 5:37am May 27, 2009)
Wow.. going to have to add more to my list. I've just finished reading Guardian, great book. What would I like to see in the bag ? Whispered Lies/Master of Craving/Last Vamp/Ashes of Midnight.. etc. etc. ..
(Jo Ann Jansing 2:25am May 28, 2009)
Summer is a great time for reading. So many great authors have new books out. I don't know where to start. I think my first read would be 'Seducing An Angel' then as a change of pace 'Beneath Bone Lake'
(Rosemary Krejsa 6:38pm May 28, 2009)
Whispers of the Dead and Blind Sight sound really good.
(Crystal Faulkner 7:14pm May 28, 2009)
Wow, what a fabulous list for summer reading ! As hard as it was to choose, I decided on the historical romance, Seducing An Angel by Mary Balogh.
Thank you for a wonderful giveaway !!
Happy Summer : )
(Cathy Howard 11:37am May 29, 2009)
Guardian, Blind Sight....they all sound like good reads. So many good authors....I would love to read them all.
(Ruby Davis 1:27am May 30, 2009)
If only I didn't work so I could spend all summer reading! I love historical romance, so Mary Balogh's book would be great!
(MaryAnne Banks 4:49pm May 30, 2009)
These giveaways intoduce so many new authors to me, that is great
(Gloria Dornin 2:25pm May 31, 2009)
I like master of craving and mcalisters fortune. great giveaway I love finding new to me authors.
(Dawn Owens 3:10pm May 31, 2009)
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