Thursday, April 16, 2009

On the Book Cart

There’s an abundance of riches on the cart this week; all the April romances have come in. In contemporary romance, there are some titles from favorite authors. Linda Lael Miller’s Montana Creeds: Tyler is in, as is Sherryl Woods The Inn at Eagle Point. Leanne Banks is back with Trouble in High Heels, HelenKay Dimon shows us why It’s Hotter in Hawaii, and Lora Leigh brings us another Special Ops bad boy in Maverick. We also have some authors that are new to our collection: Tracy Wolff’s Full Exposure is a sexy, suspenseful romance, as is Penny McCall’s Packing Heat. If you’d like something more lighthearted try LuAnn McLane’s Redneck Cinderella or Julie James’ Practice Makes Perfect. Historicals also include a nice mix of old favorites and newer names. Then Comes Seduction is the second of Mary Balogh’s Huxtable family quintet. Jane Feather’s Cavendish Square trilogy winds up with A Husband’s Wicked Ways. Elizabeth Boyle has my vote for most entertaining choice of title, Confessions of a Little Black Gown. Tempted By His Kiss is the first in the new Byrons of Braebourne series by Tracy Anne Warren. We’ve also got Liz Carlyle’s Tempted All Night, Jo Beverly’s The Secret Wedding, Barbara Metzger’s The Wicked Ways of a True Hero, and Sophia Nash’s Love with the Perfect Scoundrel. Rounding out your choices are Teresa Medeiros’ Some Like It Wild, and Charlotte Mede’s Dangerous Games. There are also three paranormals to choose from: Royal Blood by Rona Sharon, great for fans of Tudor England, Casual Hex by Vicki Lewis Thompson, and the latest Rogue Hunter novel by Lynsay Sands, The Immortal Hunter.

1 comment:

Elizabeth Boyle said...

Thanks for the title vote! It took me forever to figure out that title, but when I finally did, I knew it was a winner. Hope you enjoy the book!