Eagerly Awaited in September

While talking books with Blythe and Sandy at RWA, I was struck by just how diverse book tastes are even among the staff here at All About Romance. We all love romance, but it takes different form with different people. You can certainly see a reflection of that with this month’s list of the books AAR folks are looking forward to from the list of new Romances on Sale for September. What’s hitting your “to-buy” list this September?

Title and Author Reviewer
Reckless by Anne Stuart Reckless by Anne Stuart Sandy, Lynn, Lee, Lea, Cindy, Jean, Nanette, Heather
Blameless by Gail Carriger Blameless by Gail Carriger LinnieGayl, Sandy, Blythe, Nanette
Veil of Night by Linda Howard Veil of Nightby Linda Howard Jean, Lea, Heather,Sandy,
Demon From the Dark by Kresley Cole Demon From the Dark by Kresley Cole Heather, Abi, Cindy,
Mini Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella Mini Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella Lee, Abi
Tyler O’Neill’s Redemption by Molly O’Keefe Tyler O’Neill’s Redemption by Molly O’Keefe Katie, LinnieGayl
His Dakota Captive by Jenna Kernan His Dakota Captive by Jenna Kernan Rike, Lynn
Body Heat by Brenda Novak Body Heat by Brenda Novak Lynn
Hot Island Nights by Sarah Mayberry Hot Island Nights by Sarah Mayberry Katie
You Only Love Once by Caroline Linden You Only Love Once by Caroline Linden Rike
The Devil Wears Plaid by Teresa Medeiros The Devil Wears Plaid by Teresa Medeiros Andi
The Countess and the King The Countess and the Kingby Susan Holloway Scott Nanette
The Lawman by Patricia Potter The Lawman by Patricia Potter Lynn
Claiming the Forbidden Bride by Gayle Wilson Claiming the Forbidden Bride by Gayle Wilson Rike
Last Dragon Standing by G.A. Aiken Last Dragon Standing by G.A. Aiken Abi
Maybe This Time by Jennifer Crusie Maybe This Time by Jennifer Crusie Katie
Warrior by Zoe Archer Warrior by Zoe Archer Rike
Perfect Blend by Sue Margolis Perfect Blend by Sue Margolis Lee
For the King’s Favor by Elizabeth Chadwick For the King’s Favor by Elizabeth Chadwick Rike

12 thoughts on “Eagerly Awaited in September

  1. September looks to be a month devoted to rereading. The only new release I’m really looking forward to is Caroline Linden’s You Only Love Once.

  2. Wow, I haven’t seen a line-up like this in years. I’m usually lucky if I “eagerly await” more than one a month these days! I can count 7 (at least) on this list – yippee!

  3. I’m really looking forward to Anne Stuart’s and Jennifer Crusie’s new books. Other than that I haven’t fnd any other books to get excited about. Maybe I’ll try Teresa Medeiros again.

  4. I’m with Jane O. Looks like a fairly lean month for new releases to me as well. I’m looking forward to RECKLESS, LAST DRAGON STANDING, DEMON FROM THE DARK and, though it wasn’t listed, JUST ONE TASTE, the last in Louisa Edwards’ Recipe For Love series.

    And for those who missed it in prior years, I understand that a reissue of Crusie’s classic, WELCOME TO TEMPTATION is due in September as well.

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  6. It’s good and bad for me. I love all genres so that’s good. I have plenty of choices. But I love all genre’s so that’s bad. I spend way more than I plan and far too many end up in the TBR. But the ones I’m really looking forward to are:

    Reckless by Anne Stuart
    Veil of Night by Linda Howard
    Hot Island Nights by Sarah Mayberry
    The Lawman by Patricia Potter

    I think a historical, a RS, a contemporary series and a Western historical series makes for a nice balance :-)

  7. A nice lineup for September! I’m also excited about Trial By Desire, by Courtney Milan. I loved her debut in January (Proof By Seduction) and have been looking forward to the sequel.

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