Coming out in '09 from TOR


Cat AdamsMagic’s Design (A paranormal romance about a secret race of magic users who must deal with the slow death of magic on Earth.)


$6.99 / $8.99 CAN



Gail Dayton – New Blood (A Victorian Steampunk romance about a newly discovered blood sorceress and the man sworn to serve her.)


$6.99 / $8.99 CAN



Annaliese Evans – Night’s Rose (A historical paranormal romance loosely based on the original, gritty version of Sleeping Beauty. Only this time, Beauty is an Ogre slayer.)


$6.99 / $8.99



Anna Katherine – Salt and Silver (An urban fantasy romance about a woman who accidentally opens a portal to hell in the basement of her diner. And the sexy demon hunter who is sent to monitor the problem.)


$6.99 / $8.99 CAN



Jordan Summers – Scarlet (A werewolf urban fantasy romance. Book two in the trilogy that started with RED – a November 2008 release.)


$6.99 / $8.99 CAN



Patti O’Shea – Edge of Dawn (A paranormal romance. Book three in O’Shea’s Troubleshooter’s series. A magical society battles demons and monsters, protecting the world.)


$6.99 / $8.99 CAN



C.T. Adams and Cathy Clamp – Cold Moon Rising (A paranormal shapeshifter story in the long running Tale of the Sazi series. A book featuring Tony Giodone, the character who started it all.)


$6.99 / $8.99 CAN




Annaliese Evans – Prince of Frogs (A historical paranormal romance, book two in the trilogy that began with NIGHT’S ROSE. Prince of Frogs continues the story of Rosemarie the Ogre Slayer and the two men who love her.)


$6.99 / $8.99 CAN



Claire Delacroix – Guardian (A near future, pre-apocalyptic romance featuring fallen angels and humans. Book two in the trilogy that begins with FALLEN, an October 2008 release.)


$6.99 / $8.99 CAN



Jordan Summers – Crimson (A werewolf, urban fantasy romance. The last book in the trilogy that begins with RED (11/2008) and SCARLET (6/2009).)


$6.99 / $8.99 CAN



Doranna Durgin – The Reckoners (A paranormal romance featuring a ghost-hunting (a la Ghostbusters) heroine.)


$6.99 / $8.99 CAN


13 Responses to Coming out in '09 from TOR

  1. bradleyjo

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  4. Cathy C

    One quick note that you might want to add to this list. “Cat Adams” in February is the shiny new pen name of me (Cathy Clamp) and my lovely co-author C.T. Adams. 😀 We’re continuing the Sazi series under our current names—’cause we all hate having a matched set messed up. But future books will have the “Cat Adams” tag. But it’s all us! Hope you enjoy our first one, Magic’s Design, our very first stand-alone novel (Yep…no series to follow. Just one awesomely long new world, at nearly 140K words!)

    Thanks, and keep up the chatting. 😀

  5. Julia B.

    Some great reads here! There are some new-to-me authors whose books sound great. TOR has been so far a very good surprise for me. I have enjoyed all their books I read.

  6. Gigi

    Some great reads coming out next year.
    I really like the sound of the OCTOBER release of Claire Delacroix – Guardian

  7. Cherie J

    Ooh! I need to check some of these out and add to my already huge wishlist.

  8. Pam P

    Great list, I’m already reading Clamp/Adams, Dayton, O’Shea and Delacroix. Loved Sleeping Beauty when I was a kid, love to read this twist on that tale.

  9. Valerie


    What a great list of books!!! I love books from TOR. I adore paranormal and fantasy stories. Will be checking these out, buying some and putting some on my wishlist. Christmas is almost here!!!!


  10. ReadingIsSoMuchFun

    Lots of great books listed 🙂 Must check these out thanks.


  11. Breia B

    I can’t wait for Cold Moon Rising. I love the Tales of the Sazi series.

  12. Sherry Haut

    I can’t wait for the Jordan Summers books.

  13. Ashley H

    Oooo Night’s Rose sounds good, I always liked Sleeping Beauty.

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