Thursday, May 22, 2008

On the Book Cart

Werewolves, ghosts, and demons inhabit the book cart this week! Kresley Cole’s Dark Desire’s After Dusk has arrived; it’s one her new entries into her Immortals After Dark series. Lindsay Randall’s Phantom is an historical ghost story featuring ancient curses, family scandals, and a passionate battle between good and evil. In Call of the Highland Moon, Kendra Leigh Castle examines what might happen if a kind hearted woman opened her door one cold winter night and took in what she thought was a stray dog, only to wake and find she has rescued an injured werewolf. (I think I’ll stick with adopting from the pound, and hope they screen for werewolves while they look for fleas and heartworm...) The romantic suspense novel Dead Right by Brenda Novak is the story of a twenty year old missing persons case that turns out to be murder and more. If you are looking for something a little more mainstream, try Robin Carr’s Shelter Mountain, the story of a former Marine and a recent victim of domestic violence trying to work through some emotional baggage to form a lasting bond. On a lighter note, Causing Havoc by Lori Foster pairs up an extreme fighter with his long lost sister’s smart-mouthed friend as the two try to prevent a disastrous marriage. As for the title that’s coming home with me this weekend: Good Girls Do, Cathie Linz’s story of a small town librarian whose orderly life is turned upside down when her crazy family shows up, followed in short order by the return of one of the town’s prodigal sons who comes roaring in on his Harley. If you want to be next in line for tale of the feisty librarian and sexy bad boy, or anything else on the cart, reserve your copy today.

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