Saturday, August 17, 2013
Whether its NetGalley or Edelweiss there's a couple of ways you can find sought after titles with a little time and investigation on your hands. Remember to check publisher guidelines (if they're available) to make sure you maximize your ability to be approved! And always return to post your review--even if you didn't like the book, go back and offer a few sentences on why it didn't work.
Kelly Walker - No One's Angel (NA) - Gamer girl goes on the run? I'm there.
Carla Kelly - Carla Kelly's Christmas Collection (holiday historical) - I love Carla Kelly, Regency Romance and Christmas!
William Woods Cotterman - Improbable Women (historical) - The women all sound fascinating and I do like history at times.
Bella Andre - Kissing Under the Mistletoe (Contemp Holiday Romance)
Bella Andre - I Only Have Eyes For You (Contemp Romance)
Bella Andre - If You Were Mine (Contmp Romance)
I love the Sullivans, so yes I want to read all the new print editions from Harlequin since Andre said they are expanded!
Larissa Ione - Bound by Night (PNR) - read this already and really enjoyed it!
Laura Ann Gilman - Soul of Fire (Fantasy Romance) - Gilman and I are a bit hit or miss, but both this and the first book sound intriguing
Alex Beecroft - The Crimson Outlaw (LGBT Romance) - I've loved Beecroft since "False Colors"
Jill Shalvis - Always on my Mind (Contemp Romance)* - I want to live in Lucky Harbor!
Tamora Pierce - Battle Magic (MG Fantasy) - come on guys its Tamora Pierce!
Kat Falls - Inhuman (YA Dystopia) - Well...I was sort of over Dystopians, but this may cure me?
Julie Kagawa - The Iron Traitor (YA fantasy) - Ethan isn't my fav, but I want to see how his...god its so weird to say his nephew is doing...
Cristin Bishara - Relativity (YA Scifi) - All over this
Michelle Rowen - Countdown (YA Dystopia) - I lied, maybe this will cure me of my Dystopian blues.
(*)I find it rather amusing that both Shalvis' 8th Lucky Harbor novel and Andre's 8th Sullivans novel are the same title
August Digital Review Copies: NetGalley