Eagerly Awaiting for May

AAR Staff again weighs in with which coming May books they are dying to read.

Title and Author Reviewer
To Beguile a Beast by Elizabeth Hoyt To Beguile a Beast by Elizabeth Hoyt Lynn, Heather, Lee, Rike, Lea, Rachel, Jane, Abi, Katie, Ellen
True Love and Other Disasters by Rachel Gibson True Love and Other Disasters by Rachel Gibson Sandy, Lea, Jane, Abi, Katie
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, Ellen
Not Quite a Husband by Sherry Thomas Not Quite a Husband by Sherry Thomas Lynn, Rike, Lee, Rike, Lea, Rachel, Ellen
Vision in White by Nora Roberts Vision in White by Nora Roberts Jane, Abi, Blythe, LinnieGayl
Seducing an Angel by Mary Balogh Seducing an Angel by Mary Balogh Lee, Blythe, Lea, Rike
Silver Falls by Anne Stuart Silver Falls by Anne Stuart Cindy, Lynn, Lee
Lover Avenged by J.R. Ward Lover Avenged by J.R. Ward Lea, Sandy, Cindy
With a Twist by Deirdre Martin With a Twist by Deirdre Martin Katie, Lee, Ellen
Hard and Fast by Erin McCarthy Hard and Fast by Erin McCarthy Lea, Katie
At Last Comes Love by Mary Balogh At Last Comes Love by Mary Balogh Lea, Rike
A Scotsman in Love by Karen Ranney A Scotsman in Love by Karen Ranney Lee, Ellen
Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris Sandy, LinnieGayl
The Madness of Lord Ian MacKenzie by Jennifer Ashley The Madness of Lord Ian MacKenzie by Jennifer Ashley Cindy, Ellen
The Perfect Poison by Amanda Quick The Perfect Poison by Amanda Quick LinnieGayl
The Diamonds of Welbourne Manor anthology The Diamonds of Welbourne Manor anthology Rike
So Still the Night by Kim Lenox So Still the Night by Kim Lenox Lynn
As Sure as the Sun by Anna McPartlin As Sure as the Sun by Anna McPartlin Lee
The Border Lord by Sophia James The Border Lord by Sophia James Heather
Storm Glass by Maria Snyder Storm Glass by Maria Snyder Lynn
The Course of Honor by Lindsey Davis The Course of Honor by Lindsey Davis (reissue) Rike
Under Fire by Jo Davis Under Fire by Jo Davis Ellen
Thirteenth Child by Patricia C. Wrede Thirteenth Child by Patricia C. Wrede Rike
The Promise by T.J. Bennett The Promise by T.J. Bennett Rike

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15 Responses to “Eagerly Awaiting for May”

  1. Lindsey Davis’s The Course of Honour was first published in 1997, so while it may be nice to see a new edition of it, if anyone is “dying to read” it they could easily find an older edition rather than waiting until May.

  2. Virginia DeMarce says:

    You have a typo in the listing for the Sherry Thomas book. The cover says “Not Quite a Husband,” but the listing says, “Not Quite an Angel.”

  3. Cindy says:

    I am looking forward to

    To Beguile a Beast by EH
    Under Fire by Jo Davis
    The Promise by TJ Bennett
    Hard and Fast by Erin McCarthy
    Wild Heat by Bella Andre
    Daring Time by Beth Kery
    Burning Alive by Butcher
    and LOVER AVENGED!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Leigh says:

    Hopefully some of the books listed for May I will get the end of April now that I have my Kindle. (Nora Roberts, Rachel Gibson, Amanda Quick per Amazon 4/21/09 & 4/28/09-hey every day counts, when you are looking for a book)

    For May, I have my eyes on : Eloisa James “This Duchess of Mine”, Susan Mallery, “Under Her Skin” Deirdre Martin “With A Twist”

  5. Lynn Spencer says:

    Laura-

    In our “Eagerly Awaiting”, we do count re-releases of books coming back into print. Also, since many people wait for books to come out in paperback rather than hardback, we allow those on the list as well.

  6. ldb says:

    I may get Hard and Fast for the cover alone! As for May the only book I’m egarly awaiting is the one released this month, but ordered with a book released in May, I guess my own stupidity doesn’t make it count though.

  7. Thanks for explaining that, Lynn.

  8. MaryK says:

    Lindsey Davis’s The Course of Honour – Cool, I didn’t know she’s written anything besides Falco.

  9. Trish says:

    May looks like a really great month for some long anticipated books. Can’t wait for the Hoyt, Gibson, McCarthy and especially Sherry Thomas and Jennifer Ashley. I’ve wanted to read the Thomas since reading the excerpt at the end of DELICIOUS. I’ve been really intrigued with the Ashley since she posted the excerpt on her website – a truely interesting hero. I’m on the fence about the Stuart and will wait for reviews and reader feedback before taking the plunge. As for the JR Ward, at this point I will likely wait for the paperback release or try to borrow it.

  10. Magnolia88 says:

    Exactly how fast can Mary Balogh crank out these books?? It seems like there is a new one every couple of weeks.

    I will definitely be buying the Hoyt and Thomas books and can’t wait to read them.

  11. Danielle D says:

    All I can say is — the month of May is going to be a very expensive month for me.

  12. JML says:

    Oh, I didn’t realize that Elizabeth Hoyt had a book coming out from her Four Soldiers series, I’ll add it to the pre-order list.

    I’m really looking forward to Jennifer Ashley’s newest, I just hope it will be as good as the excerpt promises.

  13. mdegraffen says:

    Ohh, May looks awesome!

  14. xina says:

    So many pretty covers! Well, definitely the Hoyt. Also, the Gibson, McCarthy and possibly the Ranney. Highly recommend the Ashley book.

  15. Brandy says:

    I can’t wait for Hoyt, Ward, Balogh, Gibson, Martin, McCarty, Thomas….just about the whole list. May is going to be an exspensive month for me.

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