I’m late, I know! But better late than never, huh? Stop glaring at me, people. Blame my internet provider for my tardiness, not me. They’re the ones who were having ‘technical difficulties’.
*Scheduled for release June 5th*
Blood Kin by M.J. Scott – I’m really excited to get my hands on this. I read the first book, Shadow Kin, and was very impressed by the character complexity and darkness of the world. I can’t wait to see what makes the previous hero’s brother, Guy, tick. His attitude and profession (Templar!) intrigued me.
Disappearing Nightly by Laura Resnick – This is a reprint. I don’t know if any content has been changed, but I know it’s got a new cover. Why do I know this? Because it’s been on my TBR forever! The reissue will be a nice excuse for me to finally get a copy and try it out.
*Scheduled for release June 26th*
Angel Betrayed by Cynthia Eden – I really enjoyed my initial of Eden when I read the first book in this series, Angel of Darkness. I’m eager to learn more about Sam, the hero of this book. His good guy/bad guy status was very murky in the first book.
Once Burned by Jeaniene Frost – Finally, Vlad’s story is here! I jumped off the Cat & Bones train a while ago, but I can’t say no to Vlad. *sigh* Love him.
Scandal Wears Satin by Loretta Chase – OMGosh, I l-o-v-e this author. I cannot wait to read this. Her stories are so fun and charming. If you haven’t tried her, you’re missing out!
Tarnished by Karina Cooper – I haven’t read this author before, but this book sounds fun. I’m always up for a new Steampunk adventure. I am rather nervous about the possibility of a love triangle, though. On Amazon, the blurb says, “I must decide where my attentions will turn: to my daylight world, where my scientific mind sets me apart from respectable Society, or to the compelling domain of London below. Each has a man who has claimed my time as his—for good or for ill.” Sounds like a love triangle to me. I might wait to see what my friends think of this before trying it myself. I just don’t want to be stuck with another triangle.
Thief of Shadows by Elizabeth Hoyt – I have really enjoyed this series so far. The hero of this book, Winter, hasn’t ever particularly sparked my interest before now, but I’m willing to put faith in Hoyt and read it anyway. She can tell a mean HR.
Wicked Nights by Gena Showalter – I’m stoked to try this angel spinoff series. One, I like angels. Two, I like Gena Showalter. Sounds like a win-win for me.