Saturday, January 2, 2010

New Releases Next Week

We thought we'd give everyone a glimpse of some of the new releases next week, books that we are interested to read, though we may not necessarily get the chance to read and review them, in the interests of time and energy. Still, won't it be nice if we have the time to read all the books featured below?

When the Summer Queen of the fae orders Aislinn Finvarra to act as a guide for a half-incubus who is known to possess dark magick and sexual power, she must protect not only her heart, but her very life.

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Long ago Eve Lockhart discovered that the ancient magic that was her birthright could cost her everything. So she vowed to create a normal life and was convinced she'd succeeded-until a long-lost family talisman resurfaces. A prize beyond price, the hourglass pendant ignites the fevered interest of mysterious forces who'll risk anything to possess it-forces that include one very seductive man...

Buy Link (ebook): Barnes and Noble Ebook

Series: The Nine Kingdoms, Book 4

Sarah's brother has embraced the dark arts, vowing to destroy the Nine Kingdoms, and she doesn't have the power to stop him. Now she must risk everything to thwart his plans, even though she fears the quest will reveal the secret she's kept all her life.

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Everyone's cordially invited to attend the steamiest wedding of the year...

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First in the Works like Magick series!

The Works like Magick Employment Agency has a reputation for perfectly matching clients with magical temps. So when McKenna Greylock requests a handyman, the gorgeous Bastian Dragonelli arrives to repair her B and B- and fire up her bedroom.

In a kingdom on the verge of a grand renaissance, where natural science has supplanted failing sorcery, someone aims to revive a savage rivalry...

Buy Link (ebook): Barnes and Noble Ebook


Amy C said...

Two of those are on my list, Carol Berg and Annette Blair, but you've piqued my curiosity with a new one. The Lost Enchantress. That one sounds good!

Carole said...

Yeah, I loved the cover of The Lost Enchantress too! It's what caught my eye at first. Truly magical. :)

Leontine said...

Te minute I noticed the cover of Annette Balir I knew I had to have me the book. What a back, what a tattoo rowr. Anya Bast is on my radar too and oh wow, Lynn Kurland, she's such a blast from the past for me. I only read her in translated version.

Shana said...

Been wanting to read Lynn Kurland too, but haven't gotten around to it. Too many books!


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