What do you do when you're waiting for the next book in you favorite series? Bite your nails, eat chocolate, pull out your hair? I'm reserving my copy from SLCL now and brushing up on my fav series and trying a few new ones
"Rainshadow Road" by Lisa Kleypas
Set on gorgeous San Juan Islands, the second novel in the Friday Harbor series is filled with magic. Lucy's frog of a boyfriend dumps her for another woman, her sister. As Lucy becomes, bitter, her ex asks vineyard owner, Sam Nolan to "romance" her. If Lucy finds out, will Sam's and Lucy new relationship survive?
In the meantime, the series kicks off with the novella "Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor" starring Sam's brother Mark. A bachelor uncle, an orphaned niece, and widow search for a place to belong in this mystical town. If you enjoy contemporary romances you might also enjoy, one of these new releases: "Exclusively Yours" by Stacy Shannon, "Lucky Penny"by Catherine Anderson, and "Break Away" by Deirdre Martin
"The Revenge of Lord Eberlin" by Julia London
As a young girl, Lily's testimony sent an innocent father to the gallows. Flash forward, his son, Tobin Scott seeks to destroy her and her estate. The Countess of Ashwood must decide how far she's willing to go to protect her people, including accepting Lord Eberlin's scandalous proposition.
In the meantime, try the first in the Hadley Green Series, "The Year of Living Scandalously." Some other interesting historical romances featuring titled men are Eloisa James's "Duke is Mine," Jennifer Ashley's upcoming release "The Duke's Perfect Wife," "How the Marquess Was Won" by Julie-Ann Long and "Some Enchanting Evening" by Christina Dodd.
--Joni, Thornhill Branch