November is definitely shaping up to be a blockbuster month for historical romances. Personally, I’m thrilled to see Jeannie Lin’s latest novel out, and most of us here at AAR can’t wait to get our hands on the big new releases from Joanna Bourne and Mary Balogh. What do you have your eyes on this November?
|Title and Author||Reviewer|
|Rogue Spy by Joanna Bourne||Blythe, Lynn, Dabney, Lea, Lee, Caz, Cindy, Alex, Mary, Rike, Jean, Caroline, Alex|
|Only Enchanting by Mary Balogh||Dabney, Rike, Alex, Blythe, Maggie, Caz, Lee|
|Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews||Lea, Jean, Heather, Melanie, Maggie|
|Gunpowder Alchemy by Jeannie Lin||Lynn, Maggie, Rike|
|Archangel’s Shadows by Nalini Singh||Jean, Lea, Alex|
|Shopaholic to the Stars by Sophie Kinsella||Lee|
|Maybe This Christmas by Sarah Morgan||Rike|
|Santa’s Playbook by Karen Templeton||Caroline|
|Wild by Jill Sorenson||Lynn|
|Dreamer’s Pool by Juliet Marillier||Melanie|
|The Paris Winter by Imogen Robertson||Caz|
|Wish Upon a Snowflake by Christine Merrill, Linda Skye, and Elizabeth Rolls||Rike|
|A Yorkshire Christmas by Kate Hewitt||Lynn|
|Hello From the Gillespies by Monica McInerney||Lee|
|Alanna by Kathleen Bittner Roth||Melanie|
|Destiny’s Captive by Beverly Jenkins||Lynn|
|Crossfire Christmas by Julie Miller||Rike|
I enjoy spending as much time as I can between the covers of a book, traveling through time and around the world. When I'm not having adventures with fictional characters, I'm an attorney in Virginia and I love just hanging out with my husband, little man, and the cat who rules our house.
I really enjoyed an ARC of Marriage Made in Money by Sophia James, which is out this month.
There’s also Lady Elinor’s Wicked Adventures by Lillian Marek out next week. It’s not perfect, but historical romance set in the Victorian era, taking place in France and Italy – and with not a bloody duke in sight? It wasn’t my favourite book ever, but I was thrilled with the originality!
Christmas is coming and I have just a few books on my wish list…….
Joanna Bourne, first and foremost, followed by Cecilia Grant’s upcoming new release, _A Christmas Gone Perfectly Wrong_.
The Wrong Cowboy by Lauri Robinson (HH) which I already have thanks to early shelving by B&N.
Bourne and some Christmas novellas:
Unwrapped by Maisey Yates
A Christmas Reunion by Susanna Fraser
Unwrapping Her Perfect Match by Kat Latham