Eagerly Awaiting for August

After seeing all the blockbuster releases earlier this summer, I wondered what would be left when the August list came around. I need not have worried; Most of us found a book or two (or more!) that caught our fancy. I’ve had reading slumps in the past, but lately there has been just enough out there to whet my appetite. I hope all of our readers have been having a good summer, too. Here’s what we’re dying to try here:

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Title and Author Reviewer
The Many Sins of Lord Cameron by Jennifer Ashley The Many Sins of Lord Cameron by Jennifer Ashley Sandy, Dabney, Lynn, Lea, Lee
Stand-In Wife by Karina Bliss Stand-In Wife by Karina Bliss Lynn, Lea,Jean, Leigh
One Good Reason by Sarah Mayberry One Good Reason by Sarah Mayberry Rike, Leigh, Pat
It's Always Been You by Victoria Dahl It’s Always Been You by Victoria Dahl Jane, Dabney
Playing Dirty by Susan Andersen Playing Dirty by Susan Andersen Pat,Leigh
The Bride Wore Scarlet by Liz Carlyle The Bride Wore Scarlet by Liz Carlyle Heather S., Lee
The Champion by Carla Capshaw The Champion by Carla Capshaw Lynn
After the Party by Lisa Jewell After the Party by Lisa Jewell Lee
The Amorous Education of Celia Seaton by Miranda Neville The Amorous Education of Celia Seaton by Miranda Neville Rike
Home Improvement: Undead Edition by Charlaine Harris, et al. Home Improvement: Undead Edition by Charlaine Harris, et al. Pat
Bound by Moonlight by Nancy Gideon Bound by Moonlight by Nancy Gideon Lynn
Heart Search by Robin D. Owens Heart Search by Robin D. Owens Leigh
Merciless by Diana Palmer Merciless by Diana Palmer Pat

21 thoughts on “Eagerly Awaiting for August

  1. The Wild Rose by Jennifer Donnelly and Ghost Ship by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller.

  2. I am so excited for The Many Sins of Lord Cameron to come out. I love that series. The Madness of Lord Ian MacKenzie is now one of my all time favorite historicals.

  3. I am looking forward to the Ashley book too. I really love the series. Also, the Susan Andersen book and Liz Carlyle, two of my favorite authors. yay!

  4. Re The Champion by Carla Capshaw – that is quite a cover for an inspirational. The book I am waiting for, though, is Carlyle’s. Did not read the first one in the series, not being sold on the supernatural twist, but with this one I feel the need to judge for myself. I am hoping to be positively surprised. Fingers crossed her style and voice will make me overlook plot in favour of characterisation.

  5. Finally another Capshaw book. Yay!!! It’s been like a year since her last one. Way to long to wait. I’ve loved all her books, but her gladiator series is awesome.

  6. I’ve been waiting on the Jennifer Donnelly book for soooo long. I was extremely disappointed when the original release date was pushed back, but now August is almost here! My mother and 2 nieces passed around my hard copies (in 3 different cities) and I had to use the first come first serve method of visiting so none of them would get jealous if the other got it before them. :) We all have ebooks now, so even though we’ll probably have our own copy, it takes some of the anticipation away from it. (I noticed that there is no ebook version listed yet, though.)
    July was rather dry for me in new books, but it looks like I’ll have several new books besides JD’s The Wild Rose in August: Jaci Burton’s Changing the Game, Louise Edwards’ Too Hot to Touch, Jennifer Ashley’s next MacKenzie book, and Tracy Anne Warren’s The Bed & The Bachelor.

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