donderdag 1 juni 2017

New books to look forward to for June 2017

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This is the list of new releases for the month of June 2017 I am looking forward to:

Johanna Lindsey – Make me love you HC
Julie Hyzy – Grace to the finish – Manor of Murder Mystery 8
Maggie Sefton – Only Skein Deep – Kelly Flynn Mystery 15 HC
Maggie Sefton – Knit to be Tied – Kelly Flynn Mystery 14 PB
Nalini Singh – Silver Silence – Psy Changeling Trinity 1 HC
Nora Roberts – Come Sundown HC
Heather Graham - Dangerous nights
Ilona Andrews - White Hot PB
J.R. Ward - The Angels' Share - Bourbon Kings 2
Nalini Singh - Silver Silence - Psy Changeling Trinity 1 HC
Sabrina Jeffries - The pleasures of passion - Sinful Suitors 4

So, what did I read this month? A grand total of 32 books, and that is a new record for me.

Bertrice Small - A distant tomorrow
Victoria Vane - Slow Hand
Bertrice Small - The Twilight Lord
Bertrice Small - The Sorceress of Belmair
Bertrice Small - The Shadow Queen
Bertrice Small - Crown of Destiny
Ellery Adams - Killer Characters
Anthology - Dead of Night
Ilona Andrews - Magic Binds
Faith Hunter - Cold Reign
Heather Blake - Gone with the Witch
Carolyn Brown - Talk Cowboy to me
Carolyn Brown - Life after wife
Carolyn Brown - A forever thing
Carolyn Brown - In shining whatever
Eve Langlais - Lion and the Falcon
Carolyn Brown - Walkin' on Clouds
Ellen Connor - Nightfall
Carolyn Brown - A trick of the light
Susan Wittig Albert - Blood orange
Carolyn Brown - Wicked Cowboy Charm
Jennifer Ashley - Red Wolf
Amanda Quick - Till death do us part
Jude Deveraux - The girl from Summer Hill
Nicole Peeler - Eye of the Tempest
Darynda Jones - Eleventh Grave in Moonlight
Nicole Peeler - Tempest's Fury
Beverly Allen - For whom the Bluebell tolls
Carolyn Brown - What happens in Texas
Carolyn Brown - The Yellow Rose Beauty Shop
Ilona Andrews - White Hot
Christine Feehan - Shadow Reaper

Some more Bertrice Small, a lot of Carolyn Brown, some cozy mysteries and some very good urban fantasy in my most beloved series. If you like Pride and Prejudice retellings, I heartily recommend Jude Deveraux - The girl from Summer Hill. I dare you to read the first page, and not continue reading. I bet that you don't want to stop at all! I loved it, and immediately pestered my best friend to read it asap, which of course she did, as I am a great book pimp. ;)

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