Ah, October. You crept up on me. Before you know it I’m going to have to hunt for adorable costumes for my kids and get ready for a night of trick or treating. Other than that, I’ve got some pretty exciting (for me, at least) books scheduled to release. I’m pleased that I got my hands on almost every book on my September Eagerly Anticipating post. Hopefully I can have the same results for this month.
*Scheduled for release October 1st*
The Goblin King by Shona Husk - I haven’t ever read anything by this author, but I am intrigued by the thought of goblins. I’m hoping the goblins will make the storyline feel new and fresh.
*Scheduled for release October 4th*
A Beginner’s Guide to Rakes by Suzanne Enoch - I am a big fan of Enoch’s and am hoping that this one won’t disappoint. It would be absolutely delicious to open the book and find a wicked hero, à la Saint from London’s Perfect Scoundrel.
A Touch of Crimson by Sylvia Day - I haven’t read anything by this author, and I’m not sure about the angel turned vampire thing, but that cover has caught my eye so often that I have to check it out. What? I’m easy. Sue me.
Chosen by Fate by Virna DePaul -Yes! Finally I’m going to get to read about Wraith. I found her very interesting when I read Chosen by Blood and am curious to finally see her backstory.
Serpent’s Kiss by Thea Harrison - I am very eager to get my hands on this. I’ve found the previous heroines a little weaker than my preferences, so I’m excited to see the author handle a badass heroine like Carling. That vampire doesn’t seem to have a weak bone in her body. (Hopefully I didn’t just jinx myself!)
*Scheduled for release October 25th*
A Winter Scandal by Candace Camp - Reading this author usually leaves me smiling. Her books have a way of making me feel happy after I close the pages, so I’m glad to get a chance to try her newest release.
Darkness Rising by Keri Arthur - I haven’t had a chance to pick up the first book in this series, but I’m going on the assumption I’ll like it, so I’m still planning to get my hands on this one. Anyone have plans to check these books out?
The Shadow Reader by Sandy Williams - I really enjoy Fae central storylines, so this one is right up my alley. I’m curious to get a deeper look at the dynamics between humans and the Fae in this world.
Trance by Kelly Meding - The blurb for this on Goodreads referred to the book as “x-men like” so I’m sold. Hopefully it’s as good as expected.