As much as we love the warm weather and long days of summer, fall is hands-down our favorite season. Fall fashions, pumpkin spice lattes, football and the best new books of the year will soon be upon us. We cannot wait to get our hands on some of the most anticipated new releases. Here are the ones we’re most excited to check out. Please let us know which ones you’ll be reading!
Edge of Eternity by Ken Follett
We can’t emphasize enough how much we love Ken Follett’s Century Trilogy following the lives of several families during some of the most tumultuous events of the 20th century.
I’m a bit – quirky.
Not as in ‘eccentric ‘– I don’t have the kind of money it takes to earn that title.
Not as in ‘odd’ – I don’t hoard things, own 53 cats, or speak to people no one else can see.
It’s just that I’m not like most women I know.
Shelf Pleasure knows just how you should spend this upcoming holiday weekend—sitting in a lounge chair with one of these new books being released today!
Sweet on You by Laura Drake
The exciting world of pro bull riding becomes the center of a hot romance.
Readers who have followed this column of mine have probably gleaned by now that my travel adventures often seem to go swimmingly. However, a recent trip a few blocks away to a new condo was a total sinker.
In July we had to move out of our historic 1900 house for a month. We had interior water damage from a roof leak, and when insurance at last agreed on the repairs, they also decided to move us out of the house entirely.
This week’s best new releases will leave your heart thumping…with romance and heart-stopping suspense.
How the Scoundrel Seduces by Sabrina Jeffries
A Regency romance featuring Dukes and Earls? Sign us up! The rebellious Lady Zoe Keane, only child of the Earl of Olivier, wants to know if her mother is the woman who raised her or if she is really the child of a mysterious gypsy woman?
Whether or not you’re on summer vacation, this week’s new releases are an excellent excuse to find some down time for a reading holiday.
Designated Daughters by Margaret Maron
If you’ve never experienced a Deborah Knott mystery, now is the time to give it a try.