Must have books for the fall
Thanks for joining me today!
I’m so running behind getting this up…sorry! Nice guestblogging manners I have, yes? I’d like to claim it’s because I’m sick, which I am, but actually, I just sort of totally forgot.
So in order to not strain my overly-exhausted brain, I’m just going to do a run-down of must have books for the fall. 🙂 Nice and easy.
The Missing– by Shiloh Walker *G* Hey, people keep telling me I need to promote more. A paranormal romantic suspense, and you can read more about it here.
If you’re looking to buy…*G* Borders * Powell’s * Amazon * Barnes & Noble
Red by Jordan Summers. I read this one, and loved it. urban fantasy crosses with paranormal and you can read more about it here.
A Mermaid’s Kiss by Joey Hill~ Now I haven’t read this one yet, but I’m going to. It’s sitting on my shelves waiting…calling my name… this book is a departure from Joey’s normal stuff and I can’t wait to try it. Sensual paranormal/fantasy romance, and you can read more about it here.
Wolfsbane & Mistletoe by Patricia Briggs & others. Main reason I’m dying for this story…Patricia’s novella, Star of David…and here’s why. The description of this story reads: It’s a heartwarming story of how murder and deception can bring a family together. I love it. 🙂 You can read more about it here.
Last but not least… Suite 606 by JD Robb & others. The “JD Robb” pretty much says it all for me.
You can read more about that one here.
We always need more reading recommendations. Although my husband would laugh if I said that. Us die-hard readers have TBR piles that teeter into the sky. But you never know…what happens if there is a book famine?
So what books are you looking forward to this fall? You ready for some Christmas-y reads? Looking forward to a contemporary? Toss out some ideas.
Thanks for dropping by!
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Now, come Billie Jo! That’s no fun. Give us some names!!!
Hey Karin-To All A Good Night-sounds Christmas-y. Might have to take a look at that one.
Thanks for posting those, Shiloh. Yours and Jordan’s are already on my list of books to get and I always love recommendations for more. As for the one I was most looking forward to before, it would have to be a tie between TO ALL A GOOD NIGHT anthology with Jill Shalvis, HelenKay Dimon, and Donna Kaufman, and the Harlequin Blaze holiday anthology HEATING UP THE HOLIDAYS with Jill Shalvis and others. Jill Shalvis is the reason behind both of those because I absolutely love her writing and characters.
How are you girl? Hope the family is doing well.
LOL on the TBR pile. I am definitely in the mood for some Holiday
There are so many books I am looking forward to that I would never fit them all on here.
Anyhow, just wanted to pop on and say howdy to you.