“Tart” by Lauren Dane (erotic, Berkley, November 2012, $15.00, 352pp)
Series: Book 2 in the Delicious series
Saturday, 03 November 2012 22:34 Written by Jennifer Porter
“Further Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman” by JB Lynn (contemporary fiction, Avon Impulse, October 2012, $2.99, 432pp)
Series: This is the second book about the adventures of Maggie Lee, accident and slightly neurotic hitwoman
But the drug kingpin is the least of her worries. Maggie's aunts are driving her crazy, her best friend's turned into a bridezilla…and a knock on the head has given Maggie Dr. Dolittle abilities—she can talk to animals. Unfortunately, they talk back.
“Undeniable” by Madeline Sheehan (contemporary, October 2012, self-published, $1.99, 219pp)
**NOTE: This is less of a review than Jennifer's reaction to this book. There are many, many spoilers here.***
“Double Time” by Olivia Cunning (erotic, Sourcebooks, November 2012, $13.99, 416pp)
Series: Book three in the Sinners on Tour series.
“Twelfth Night Secrets” by Jane Feather (historical, Pocket, October 2012, $6.99, 272pp)
While others dance and flirt, Lady Harriet Devere has a secret life, assisting her older brother Nick with his duties as a British spy. When Nick is killed, however, Harriet assumes that her work passing coded messages to the Ministry of War will cease. Instead, she is charged with a vitally important mission: spend Christmas determining if Julius Forsythe, Earl of Marbury, is a double agent for the French.
Harriet expects danger, just not to her heart. . . . As the hostess of a holiday house party, she is perfectly placed to closely observe her noble guest—his elegant clothes, his penetrating dark eyes, his virile athletic build. But when passion flames between them, Harriet realizes that only a holiday miracle will allow her to find true love—in the arms of this spy who has come for Christmas.
“Pitch Perfect” by LuAnn McLane (contemporary, Signet, September 2012, $7.99, 304pp)
Determined to prove her independence, Mia Monroe is no longer Daddy’s little rich girl. Buying an old car with the last of her money, she sets out for who knows where… until her clunker clunks out in Cricket Creek. With no plan and no credit cards, Mia has to find more resilience than she’s ever never needed before. And a little help from an attractive new acquaintance wouldn’t hurt… As first baseman for the Cricket Creek Cougars, Cameron Patrick has two jobs: win games and stay out of trouble. If he can do both, he might just make it back to the minor leagues. He knows Mia is trouble from the moment she catches his eye—but he can’t stop looking. And maybe her kind of trouble is exactly what he needs.
“Lord Gray’s List” by Maggie Robinson (historical, Brava, November 2012, $14.00, 352pp)
Series: The London List, book 1
“Captive Bride” by Katharine Ashe (historical, self-published, October 2012, $1.99, 232pp, ebook)
Lord Cheriot may be the catch of the London season, but he has only ever loved one woman, Bea Sinclaire. And he’s determined to have her. He doesn’t count on a meddling ghost whose demand for a virgin bride threatens Bea in the direst manner. But the specter has a deadline, All Hallows Eve, and it’s fast approaching. In the race to capture the heart of one daring lady, it’s every man—and ghost—for himself.
“His Mistletoe Bride” by Vanessa Kelly (historical, Zebra, October 2012, $6.99, 352pp)
“Wyoming Fierce” by Diana Palmer (contemporary, HQN, November 2012, $7.99, 352pp)
But soon Bodie's the one who finds herself in need of rescuing—only, she's afraid to tell Cane what's really going on. How can she trust someone as unpredictable as this fierce cowboy? When her silence only ends up getting her into even deeper hot water, it's up to Cane to save the day. And if he does it right, he won't be riding off into the sunset alone.