Sunday, September 4, 2011

September Releases


Here is a list of the books I'm looking forward to in September:


BOUND BY NIGHT
Author: Amanda Ashley
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Once featured in a horror movie, the crumbling Wolfram estate is said to be haunted by ghosts, witches, and worse. But Elena doesn’t believe a word of it—until she spends the night and wakes up in the arms of a compelling stranger…

Tall, dark, and disturbingly handsome, Drake is the most beautiful man Elena has ever seen. For centuries, he has lived alone, and Elena is the first woman to enter his lair—and survive. And Drake is the first man to touch her heart and soul. By the time she discovers who he really is—and what he craves—it’s too late. Blood lust has turned to love, and Elena is deeply under Drake’s spell. 

But forever comes at a price for each of them…



IN BED WITH A HIGHLANDER
Author: Maya Banks
Genre: Historical Romance

Ewan McCabe, the eldest, is a warrior determined to vanquish his enemy.  Now, with the time ripe for battle, his men are ready and Ewan is poised to take back what is his - until a blue-eyed, raven-haired temptress is thrust upon him.  Mairin may be the salvation of Ewan's clan, but for a man who dreams only of revenge, matters of the heart are strange territory to conquer. 

Though the illegitimate daughter of the king, Mairin possesses prized property that has made her a pawn - and wary of love.  Her worst fears are realized when she is rescued from peril, only to be forced into marriage by her charismatic and commanding savior, Ewan McCabe.  

But her attraction to her ruggedly powerful new husband finds her craving his surprisingly tender touch; her body comes alive under his sensual mastery.  And as war draws near, Mairin's strength, spirit, and passion challenge Ewan to conquer his demons - and embrace a love that means more than revenge and land.


MIDNIGHT
Author: Ellen Connor
Genre: Paranormal Apocalyptic Romance

Three years of wandering the post-apocalyptic wasteland has stripped Dr. Chris Welsh of humanity and hope. He’s a dangerous man now, full of dark energy and yen for violence. A harrowing loss drove him from his home, and he hasn’t stopped moving since. Grim and sardonic, he never found anything worth sticking around for–until now. 

Rosa Cortez runs Valle de Bravo, a haven of civilization amid the chaos of the Change. Soldiers take their orders directly from her–the iron hand within a velvet glove. The last thing she needs is a feral loner upsetting the town’s tentative balance. However, for the good of her people, she lets the sexy doctor stay. He evokes a delicious new longing, but she won’t submit to any man.

Tension rises as bloodthirsty raiders strike again and again, bent on possessing Valle and its resources. Together Chris and Rosa battle hellhounds and dust pirates while also fighting desperate attraction. To save them, love must overcome the pain of the past–and build a future in this brutal Dark Age…


NO PROPER LADY
Author: Isabel Cooper
Genre: Paranormal Historical Romance

England, 1888. The trees are green, the birds are singing, and in 200 years demons will destroy it all. Unless Joan, a rough-around-the-edges assassin from the future, can take out the dark magician responsible. But to get close to her target she'll need help learning how to fit into society. 

Simon has his own reasons for wanting to destroy Alex Reynell, and Joan may be his perfect revenge. But as each day passes, Simon is less sure he wants her anywhere near Reynell. Because no spell in the world will save his future if she isn't in it.




Are any of these titles on your must-read list?  Do you have any other books you're looking forward to reading in September?

Credit to Natalie Murphy at The Sound of Rain for the idea for this post.

3 comments:

  1. Oooo! These all sound good, but In Bed With a Highlander by Maya Banks sounds like the type of book I'd love! I'm definitely going to check it out =)

    ReplyDelete
  2. I've never read a book by Maya Banks, but In Bed With a Highlander sounds soooo good. It's at the top of my list.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I havent either, but Ive read several by Shayla Black (and they're supposed to be similar writers).

    ReplyDelete