Eagerly Awaited in July

Every month, the staff here at AAR send me their lists of books on the new release list that they are eager to try. Going over the July list was extra fun because there were four new releases that clearly caught the attention of many. As I went through my emails, I wondered which book was going to hit the top slot. Would it be the new release from Loretta Chase or would it be Anne Stuart, Mary Balogh or Meredith Duran? In the end, Mary Balogh’s book won out with 11 AAR staffers declaring their anticipation of its arrival, but the books by Loretta Chase, Meredith Duran and Anne Stuart followed closely on its heels. In addition, as you can see from checking out the release list and our picks, July is looking like it could be a pretty good month.

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Title and Author Reviewer
The Secret Mistress by Mary Balogh The Secret Mistress by Mary Balogh Blythe, Dabney, Rike, Heather S., Jean, Heather B., Maggie, Lee, Sandy, Pat, Jacqueline
Silk is for Seduction by Loretta Chase Silk is for Seduction by Loretta Chase Sandy, Rike,Leigh, Dabney, Lee, Heather B., Wendy, Jean. Heather S., Jacqueline
A Lady's Lesson in Scandal by Meredith Duran A Lady’s Lesson in Scandal by Meredith Duran Lynn,Jean, Blythe, Jane, Wendy, Heather B., Rike, Lee, Heather S.
Shameless by Anne Stuart Shameless by Anne Stuart Jean, Sandy, Lea, Jacqueline, Dabney, Lee, Pat, Heather B., Wendy
Heartless by Gail Carriger Heartless by Gail Carriger LinnieGayl,Maggie, Blythe, Jean, Rike
The Dark Enquiry by Deanna Raybourn The Dark Enquiry by Deanna Raybourn Rike, Lee, LinnieGayl, Jean
One Summer by JoAnn Ross One Summer by JoAnn Ross Leigh, LinnieGayl
This Perfect Kiss by Melody Thomas This Perfect Kiss by Melody Thomas Dabney, Lea
Give Me a Texas Outlaw Give Me a Texas Outlaw by Jodi Thomas, Linda L. Broday, Phyliss Miranda, and Dewanna Pace Pat
Cold Touch by Leslie Parrish Cold Touch by Leslie Parrish Lynn
Black Heart Loa by Adrian Phoenix Black Heart Loa by Adrian Phoenix Wendy
Sunset Bridge by Emilie Richards Sunset Bridge by Emilie Richards Leigh
Just Let Go... by Kathleen O'Reilly Just Let Go… by Kathleen O’Reilly Rike
Inside by Brenda Novak Inside by Brenda Novak Lynn
A Summer Reunion by Kasey Michaels, Sarah Mayberry and Teresa Southwick A Summer Reunion by Kasey Michaels, Sarah Mayberry and Teresa Southwick Leigh
Bayou Bodyguard by Jana DeLeon Bayou Bodyguard by Jana DeLeon Rike
The Creed Legacy by Linda Lael Miller The Creed Legacy by Linda Lael Miller Pat

12 thoughts on “Eagerly Awaited in July

  1. I’m with Leigh and LinnieGayl in anticipating “One Summer” by JoAnn Ross. I’ve been enjoying her current series and hope this one is written as well. Although I enjoy Mary Balogh’s writing, I don’t necessarily love all of her stories.

  2. WOW! July’s going to be an excellent month. My automatic buy list gets shorter all the time, but three of the authors on it have books coming out in July. Yessuh!!!!!!!!

  3. July is gonna be a great reading month. I plan on taking one of these when I go on vacation (If I can manage to hold out reading it before then). Really looking forward to Mary Balogh, the new one by Loretta Chase, Anne Stuart, Meredith Duran and I am anxious to get my hands on the latest Deanna Raybourn. Lots and lots of good reading to start my summer!

  4. Going to be a nice month for me. Mary Balogh, Loretta Chase, Meredith Duran, Deanna Raybourn, and Linda Lael Miller.

  5. I’ve been hooked on the Gail Carriger books lately. Looking forward to the new one. Also, Deanna Raybourn and the Anne Stuart book. What a great month.

  6. The only thing better than a vacation is a vacation with 4 newly released books queued up! Hooray! Balogh, Chase, Duran, and O’Reilly…I will be happy no matter what the weather turns out to be!

  7. July has a whole lot of new releases, but I believe Deanna Raybourn’s newest came out yesterday, so readers buy it this month.

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