December Romances Worth Waiting For

Below are some pre-pub picks for December romances. You can reserve your copy now, then check out my recommendation while you wait!

Lora Leigh, "Lawe's Justice"
I always look forward to the Breed novels, and given that this is her twenty-fifth in the series I hope Ms. Leigh won't be slowing down any time soon. Especially since her later books are even better than her earlier ones, giving her fans high hopes for this most recent installment.   
Recommended while you wait: Shelly Laurenston
Christine Feehan, "Spirit Bound"
This is the second book of the Sisters of the Heart series, and is also set in the world and town of Sea Haven. These sisters, whom we first met in "Water Bound," are a unique and tightly knit little band, much like the Drake sisters, but with very different abilities. Much like the Sea Haven series, it isn't necessary to read the first book before you read the second, but it will help you to get to know the new characters as well as become acquainted with the Sisters'  part of town.
Recommended while you wait: Jayne Ann Krentz

Alexandra Ivy, "Bound By Darkness"
"Bound by Darkness" is the eleventh book in Ms. Ivy's Guardians of Eternity series, and continues to flesh out the world.  As always, vampires have more or less a starring role, but you can count on other supernatural species coming in to make things interesting.
Recommended while you wait: J. R. Ward

Susan Johnson, "Seductive as Flame"
Susan Johnson writes some of the hottest romances you'll ever read, and              
I have no doubts that the fourth book in the Gorgeous as Sin series will be of the same ilk. Like many of Ms. Johnson's books, this is another historical romance, and something that sets her apart from many other authors is her attention and respect for historical accuracy.
Recommended while you wait: Shirlee Busbee
--Lindsay T., Jamestown Bluffs


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