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  • Cristina Merrill 4:00 pm on 2017/12/12 Permalink
    Tags: , , emma douglas, jane ashford, kate baxter, , love in the afternoon, no place like you, paige tyler, , , the duke knows best, the wicked vampire, wolf hunger   

    Romance Roundup: Vampire Party Girls, Rock Stars, and Lady Werewolves 

    This week’s Romance Roundup includes a woman who is falling for her friend’s fiancé (with good reason!), a rock star who is reunited with his childhood sweetheart, and a London-loving lady who falls for a country-loving man.

    Love in the Afternoon, by Lisa Kleypas
    Beatrix Hathaway is not society’s typical lady. Forget about ballrooms and seasons and fancy dresses and snagging a filthy rich husband—she’d rather spend time outside enjoying nature and befriending animals. (Beatrix, we’ll take you on our weekend hikes any time!) A friend to the end, she helps her flirtatious buddy, Prudence Mercer, write letters to Prudence’s intended, the very handsome captain Christopher Phelan. Christopher is out to war, and he’s giving Prudence a heads up that he will be quite emotionally damaged when he gets back home. Beatrix ends up writing to Christopher for Prudence—and as Prudence—and these letters end up exchanging very private, heart-wrenching and heart-opening details. Christopher is convinced Prudence is the woman for him, but he’s about to be quite surprised when he finds out who’s really been helping him get in touch with his emotions. This is the fifth book in Kleypas’ Hathaways series. (Available in paperback and NOOK.)

    No Place Like You, by Emma Douglas
    Leah Santelli and Zach Harper shared a very passionate night right before he left town to follow his bliss and become a rock star. (Zach, we would all be your groupies any day of the week!) Years go by, and Zach is now back in the town of Cloud Bay for a major music festival. Oh, and he has definitely struck it big. Leah still lives in Cloud Bay, and she’s been trying to make it big as a record producer. Zach is struck by the woman Leah has become, and he promptly starts to go ga-ga over her. (Gotta love it when a man recognizes a good thing!) As for Leah, she still hasn’t forgotten how hurt she was when Zach skipped town, so while she’s slap-happy to see Zach again, she’s understandably terrified of being hurt. Zach, this might be the perfect time to REALLY tap into your inner poet and spout some sonnets and songs! This is the first book in Douglas’ Cloud Bay series. (Available in paperback and NOOK.)

    The Wicked Vampire, by Kate Baxter
    Sasha Ivanov is a blood-loving vampire AND one of the hottest party girls in the Los Angeles club scene. (Gotta love a heroine who knows how to have a good time!) She’s pretty insatiable when it comes to fun (and, well, blood), but she soon meets her match when she tries out a supernatural fight club. She makes the acquaintance of Ewan Brún, whose job is to kill vampires, which would surely cast a small shadow over his and Sasha’s budding attraction. Ewan and Sasha are irreversibly drawn to each other, which is good, because some especially dark forces are about to go after both of them. They will have to get into a bit of danger if they are then going to explore a passionate future together. Hang in there, you two! And Sasha, we promise that with Ewan by your side, you won’t ever miss your partying nights! This is the sixth book in Baxter’s Last True Vampire series. (Available in paperback and NOOK.)

    Wolf Hunger, by Paige Tyler
    SWAT officer Max Lowry is a wolf shifter, and when he meets Lana, a fellow wolf shifter, he realizes he would like for them to spend the rest of their lives together making tons of cute little wolf cubs. The only thing is that she doesn’t realize she’s also a werewolf, so Max has to be all “You’re a werewolf, Lana” and then teach her about her heritage. (It’s kind of like how Hagrid said “yer a wizard” in the first Harry Potter book, except everyone involved in this story is sexy.) Max’s main goal right now is to keep his beloved safe from those who would track her down and kill her. As for Lana, she wouldn’t mind exploring her wilder, more animal instinctive ways with a man like Max. Can they stay safe from the bad guys and focus strictly on their between-the-sheets activity? This is the seventh book in Tyler’s SWAT series. (Available in paperback, NOOK, and audiobook.)

    The Duke Knows Best, by Jane Ashford
    Lord Randolph Gresham is in London to find a wife. As soon as he accomplishes this task, he plans to take his bride straight back to his country parish and resume his quiet life. Then he meets Verity Sinclair, who much rather prefers the noisy fun London has to offer. Randolph may be a hottie worth painting, but Verify refuses to even consider socializing with him, because there is no way she is packing her trunks to move to a sleepy village. (Um, sorry, Verity, but have you seen Randy’s biceps?!) Then they are asked to sing a duet together, and all of that closeness starts to bring out a desire for even more closeness. Verity soon realizes that one could always do with more fresh country air—and that a man like Randolph can keep her entertained through many a country night in a way that no London soiree can rival! This is the fifth book in Ashford’s The Duke’s Sons series. (Available in paperback and NOOK.)

    Any Dream Will Do, by Debbie Macomber
    Shay Benson did some very naughty things in order to help her brother avoid major trouble. (He never deserved your help, Shay!) That was years ago, though, and now she’s determined to rebuild her life. She meets Drew Douglas, a widower and pastor with two kids and, you know, a flock to lead. (Drew, buddy, sounds like you could use a nice woman in your life. I know a gal!) Unlike Shay’s brother and his shady acquaintances, Drew is, like, a super nice guy who has also been having a rough time. Shay, Drew, misery loves company, and guess what? When you two come together, you’ll realize that you don’t HAVE to be miserable any longer! Here’s hoping these two lovebirds soon realize that they can be super-duper happy together, and that Shay stays away from further family-related drama. (Available in paperback on December 26.)

    What romance novels are you cuddling up with this week?

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  • Cristina Merrill 4:00 pm on 2017/06/05 Permalink
    Tags: , , , , , paige tyler, , , run to ground, samantha chase, ,   

    Romance Roundup: Baseball Players, Astrophysicists, and Dog-Loving Heroes 

    This week’s Romance Roundup includes a woman with a resort to run and a murder to solve, a troubled guy who goes back into the world of BDSM, and a lonely astrophysicist eager for love.

    Come Sundown, by Nora Roberts
    Bodine Longbow runs the family business, the Bodine Ranch and Resort in western Montana. (When can we book our vacations?) She’s recently gotten some extra help in the form of new hire Callen Skinner, who would make any woman immediately want to know way more about him. Then some gruesome things start happening—dead bodies start popping up—and Callen is the first suspect. Bodine knows that Callen can’t be the one (not in THAT sense), and together they start digging a little bit deeper into the danger. Further complicating matters is the reappearance of Bodine’s long-lost aunt, who might be able to shed some more light on the situation. Here’s hoping Bodine and Callen figure things out sooner rather than later, and that they enjoy all of the romantic possibilities Montana has to offer. (Available in hardcover, audiobook, and NOOK.)

    Run to Ground, by Katie Ruggle
    This is the first book in Ruggle’s Rocky Mountain K9 Unit, which is about extremely hot men who can handle tough missions in the wild but also have enough love in their hearts for their women and their pups. (What more does a woman want in a partner?!) Theo Bosco has suffered some pretty terrible losses. He lost his beloved mentor, for one, and he also lost his K9 companion. Now he has a new doggie coworker. He also has a new love interest: Juliet Jackson, who rescued her siblings and decided to bring them to the remote beauty of the Colorado Rockies. (Sounds perfect and peaceful!) Can they move past the pain and focus on planning a kid and dog-friendly wedding? (Available in paperback, audiobook, and NOOK on June 6.)

    Home Run, by Heidi McLaughlin
    Our very special heroine, Ainsley Burke, has caught the eye of the very sexy baseball player Cooper Bailey. He’s very focused, though, on making it to the major leagues. He wouldn’t mind giving Ainsley a taste of the goodness (oh, that we could all have a sample!), but he doesn’t think he can totally commit just yet. As for Ainsley, she is understandably distracted by this hot hitter who adds an aesthetic appeal to any room he enters. (That form-fitting uniform alone gets the ovaries churning.) Anyway, they both might need to let go of some personal issues before they can proceed to make house together and create cute babies. (Make at least one in the dugout, you two crazy lovebirds!) This is the second book in McLaughlin’s Boys of Summer series. (Available in paperback and NOOK on June 6.)

    Wolf Hunt, by Paige Tyler
    Hottie SWAT officer Remy Boudreaux is back home in New Orleans for training. (Oh, Remy, please throw some fun in there while you’re at it!) He and some work buddies go out to the French Quarter one night, and Remy runs into his old high school crush, Triana Bellamy. This all happens the night of a tropical storm, which is perfect, because holing up in a boarded-up house with no electricity and only Remy for protection and entertainment sounds idyllic. Remy is reluctant to get too deeply involved with another woman, but the attraction between these two just runs WAY too deeply to be ignored. Here’s hoping they embrace their future together—and put that tropical storm time to good use! This is the latest book in Tyler’s SWAT series. (Available in paperback, audiobook, and NOOK on June 6.)

    A Sky Full of Stars, by Samantha Chase
    Romance enthusiasts who admire a hero with brains will love the latest book in Chase’s Shaughnessy Brothers series! Dr. Owen Shaughnessy is a phenomenal astrophysicist, but he’s a tad shy, so the social scene isn’t really his jam. One night he meets artist Brooke Matthews, who is his opposite in many ways, and they are soon mega-attracted to each other. (Brooke, don’t let that quiet exterior fool you. Owen can and will rock your world!) The timing is perfect, too: He needs to study a meteor shower, and she signs up as his assistant. (Owen, we’d all follow you to the moon and back!) Hurry up and make ridiculously cute and smart and creative babies, you two! (Available in paperback and NOOK on June 6.)

    The Farthest Edge, by Kristen Ashley
    Looking for a little BDSM action? (That was a rhetorical question.) Branch is a man who likes to live off of the grid, and only a woman like Evangeline makes him want to come back to the real world and live a little. (Oh, Branch, couldn’t you just give the rest of us a chance?!) As for Evangeline, our gal thought she was done with her days at the Honey Club, but Branch is the kind of guy who would make any woman want to strip down and focus. She and Branch want to push each other to their respective limits, and soon they realize they want to go even deeper emotionally. Can they find a happy middle ground? Ashley’s latest – of which the cover alone makes one smile in sweet anticipation – is the second book in her Honey series. (Available in paperback and NOOK on June 6.)

    What romances are you reading this week?

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  • Cristina Merrill 4:00 pm on 2017/06/05 Permalink
    Tags: , , , , , paige tyler, , , run to ground, , ,   

    Romance Roundup: Baseball Players, Astrophysicists, and Dog-Loving Heroes 

    This week’s Romance Roundup includes a woman with a resort to run and a murder to solve, a troubled guy who goes back into the world of BDSM, and a lonely astrophysicist eager for love.

    Come Sundown, by Nora Roberts
    Bodine Longbow runs the family business, the Bodine Ranch and Resort in western Montana. (When can we book our vacations?) She’s recently gotten some extra help in the form of new hire Callen Skinner, who would make any woman immediately want to know way more about him. Then some gruesome things start happening—dead bodies start popping up—and Callen is the first suspect. Bodine knows that Callen can’t be the one (not in THAT sense), and together they start digging a little bit deeper into the danger. Further complicating matters is the reappearance of Bodine’s long-lost aunt, who might be able to shed some more light on the situation. Here’s hoping Bodine and Callen figure things out sooner rather than later, and that they enjoy all of the romantic possibilities Montana has to offer. (Available in hardcover, audiobook, and NOOK.)

    Run to Ground, by Katie Ruggle
    This is the first book in Ruggle’s Rocky Mountain K9 Unit, which is about extremely hot men who can handle tough missions in the wild but also have enough love in their hearts for their women and their pups. (What more does a woman want in a partner?!) Theo Bosco has suffered some pretty terrible losses. He lost his beloved mentor, for one, and he also lost his K9 companion. Now he has a new doggie coworker. He also has a new love interest: Juliet Jackson, who rescued her siblings and decided to bring them to the remote beauty of the Colorado Rockies. (Sounds perfect and peaceful!) Can they move past the pain and focus on planning a kid and dog-friendly wedding? (Available in paperback, audiobook, and NOOK on June 6.)

    Home Run, by Heidi McLaughlin
    Our very special heroine, Ainsley Burke, has caught the eye of the very sexy baseball player Cooper Bailey. He’s very focused, though, on making it to the major leagues. He wouldn’t mind giving Ainsley a taste of the goodness (oh, that we could all have a sample!), but he doesn’t think he can totally commit just yet. As for Ainsley, she is understandably distracted by this hot hitter who adds an aesthetic appeal to any room he enters. (That form-fitting uniform alone gets the ovaries churning.) Anyway, they both might need to let go of some personal issues before they can proceed to make house together and create cute babies. (Make at least one in the dugout, you two crazy lovebirds!) This is the second book in McLaughlin’s Boys of Summer series. (Available in paperback and NOOK on June 6.)

    Wolf Hunt, by Paige Tyler
    Hottie SWAT officer Remy Boudreaux is back home in New Orleans for training. (Oh, Remy, please throw some fun in there while you’re at it!) He and some work buddies go out to the French Quarter one night, and Remy runs into his old high school crush, Triana Bellamy. This all happens the night of a tropical storm, which is perfect, because holing up in a boarded-up house with no electricity and only Remy for protection and entertainment sounds idyllic. Remy is reluctant to get too deeply involved with another woman, but the attraction between these two just runs WAY too deeply to be ignored. Here’s hoping they embrace their future together—and put that tropical storm time to good use! This is the latest book in Tyler’s SWAT series. (Available in paperback, audiobook, and NOOK on June 6.)

    A Sky Full of Stars, by Samantha Chase
    Romance enthusiasts who admire a hero with brains will love the latest book in Chase’s Shaughnessy Brothers series! Dr. Owen Shaughnessy is a phenomenal astrophysicist, but he’s a tad shy, so the social scene isn’t really his jam. One night he meets artist Brooke Matthews, who is his opposite in many ways, and they are soon mega-attracted to each other. (Brooke, don’t let that quiet exterior fool you. Owen can and will rock your world!) The timing is perfect, too: He needs to study a meteor shower, and she signs up as his assistant. (Owen, we’d all follow you to the moon and back!) Hurry up and make ridiculously cute and smart and creative babies, you two! (Available in paperback and NOOK on June 6.)

    The Farthest Edge, by Kristen Ashley
    Looking for a little BDSM action? (That was a rhetorical question.) Branch is a man who likes to live off of the grid, and only a woman like Evangeline makes him want to come back to the real world and live a little. (Oh, Branch, couldn’t you just give the rest of us a chance?!) As for Evangeline, our gal thought she was done with her days at the Honey Club, but Branch is the kind of guy who would make any woman want to strip down and focus. She and Branch want to push each other to their respective limits, and soon they realize they want to go even deeper emotionally. Can they find a happy middle ground? Ashley’s latest – of which the cover alone makes one smile in sweet anticipation – is the second book in her Honey series. (Available in paperback and NOOK on June 6.)

    What romances are you reading this week?

    The post Romance Roundup: Baseball Players, Astrophysicists, and Dog-Loving Heroes appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

     
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