Monday, March 26, 2012

Celebrating March 27, Part VII

Six Books to Celebrate: Day Seven

Tomorrow is the official release day of all the books I’ve celebrated over the past week. I’m listing them below in order of the reviews at this site:

The Art of Duke Hunting by Sophia Nash
Barefoot Season by Susan Mallery
Master of Sin by Maggie Robinson
Woodrose Mountain by RaeAnne Thayne
The Cowboy Takes a Bride by Lori Wilde
A Week to Be Wicked by Tessa Dare
At Your Pleasure by Meredith Duran
Confessions from an Arranged Marriage by Miranda Neville  

 I enjoyed all the March 27 releases that I’ve reviewed, and I hope you will enjoy them too.  I have another six March 27 releases that will be downloaded to my kindle at midnight. I know I have some great reading ahead. Over the next week or so, I’ll be reading and posting reviews at GoodReads for these books (in alphabetical order by author).

Hot Under Pressure
By Louisa Edwards
Publisher: St. Martin’s
Release Date: March 27, 2012

The final book in Edwards’s Rising Star Chef Challenge trilogy, this one is a reunion story between almost-exes. I love reunion stories, and I love sexy chefs.

      Taming an Impossible Rogue
      By Suzanne Enoch
      Publisher: St. Martin’s
Release Date: March 27, 2012

Enoch takes her readers back to the Tantalus Club in the second book in the Scandalous Brides series. It’s a runaway bride story with an unexpected hero. And it’s Suzanne Enoch! I can’t wait to read this one.

      Imperial Scandal
      By Teresa Grant
      Publisher: Kensington
      Release Date: March 27, 2012

      I’m not big on novels with spies—unless they are written by Tracy Grant. British Intelligence agents Malcolm Rannoch (Charles Fraser) and his wife Suzanne (Mélanie Fraser) return for another adventure, this one set in Brussels before and during Waterloo. I’m a big Tracy Grant/Teresa Grant fan.

       The Seduction of Lady X
       By Julia London
       Publisher: Pocket
       Release Date: March 27, 2012

This third Secrets of Hadley Green book comes fast on the heels of The Revenge of Lord Eberlin. I can’t wait to see how the HEA is achieved in this story of a seemingly impossible, forbidden love. 

     Trouble Me
     By Laura Moore
     Publisher: Ballantine
     Release Date: March 27, 2012

Moore is a relatively new author for me, but I loved the first two Rosewood books.  I’m eager to return to the Radcliffe family estate and horse farm in Virginia to learn what happens to wild child Jade, the third of the Radcliffe sisters. 

    Elegy for Eddie
    By Jacqueline Winspear
    Publisher: Harper
    Release Date: March 27, 2012

If you like historical mysteries and haven’t read the Maisie Dobbs books, you are missing one of the best series around. This is #9, and I’ve been anticipating it since I closed the final page of A Lesson in Secrets (#8).

You’ve heard all about the March 27 releases I have read or will be reading, but these fourteen books (one more that I included in my intro to the week) are only some of the new titles available this week. What book are you most looking forward to reading this week or next month or in May?

The Randomizer selected Quantum to receive the free book. Q, please contact me a jangarho at gmail dot com, and we will work out the details for you to receive the book of your choice among the fourteen featured March 20-26 at Just Janga.


Jane said...

I always enjoy Suzanne Enoch's books. I had no idea about her new release until I received her newsletter today.

Janga said...

I'm glad you know about it now, Jane. It sounds as if it's going to be an especially good one. Of course, Enoch never writes a bad book, but some are better than others.