Tuesday, July 18, 2017

New Releases ~ week of 07/172/017

A Desolate Hour by Mae Clair (#3 Point Pleasant)
Arabella and the Battle of Venus by David D Levine (#2 Adventures of Arabella Ashby)
Armistice by Harry Turtledove (#3 Hot War)
Assassin Next Door by Eve Langlais (#1 Bad Boy Inc.)
Blotto, Twinks and the Stars of the Silver Screen by Simon Brett (#7 Blotto, Twinks)
Casual Impressions by Kennedy Layne (#4 Safeguard)
Collared by David Rosenfelt (#16 Andy Carpenter)
Cornered in Conard County by Rachel Lee (#33 Conard County : The Next Generation)
Do You Take This Cowboy? by Vicki Lewis Thompson (#11 Thunder Mountain Brotherhood)
Elemental Mating by Milly Taiden (#1 A.L.F.A. Novel)
Escape with a Hot SEAL by Cat Johnson (#12 Hot SEALs)
Ghosts by Nicholas Sansbury Smith (#2 The Hell Divers Trilogy)
HOT Valor by Lynn Raye Harris (#11 Hostile Operations Team)
Killer Party by Lynn Cahoon (#9 A Tourist Trap Mystery)
Look Behind You by Iris Johansen (#5 Kendra Michaels)
Lucky Charmed by Sharla Lovelace (#2 Charmed in Texas)
Manhunt on Mystic Mesa by Cindi Myers (#3 Ranger Brigade: Family Secrets)
Mischievous Prince by Michelle M Pillow (#5 Captured by a Dragon-Shifter)
Protection Detail by Julie Miller (#4 Precinct: Bachelors in Blue)
Rocky Mountain Home by Vivian Arend (#11 Six Pack Ranch)
Secret Agent Surrender by Elizabeth Heiter (#3 Lawmen: Bullets and Brawn)
Seeds of Malice by Dale Mayer (#11 Psychic Visions)
Shadow by Colleen Oakes (Wendy Darling #3)
Soul Cage by Tetsuya Honda (#2 Reiko Himekawa)
Spellbinder by Thea Harrison (#2 Moonshadow)
Strange Dogs by James S A Corey (#6.5 Expanse)
The Emperor of Mars by Patrick Samphire (#2 Secrets of the Dragon Tomb)
The Ends of the World by Maggie Hall (#3 The Conspiracy of Us)
The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell
The Late Show by Michael Connelly (#1 Renée Ballard)
The Library of Light and Shadow by M J Rose (#3 Daughters of La Lune)
Vegas Wedding, Weaver Bride by Allison Leigh (#16 Return to the Double-C Ranch)

1 comment:

  1. Love that cover of Killer Party! And Arabella and the Battle of Venus has me curious, that one sounds so different!