Eagerly Awaiting in November

Some months I’m struck by how in sync our reading tastes seem to be here at AAR, and then other months, I’m reminded of how diverse our interests can be. November seems to be one of the latter sorts of months. Quite a few of us are Sarah Mayberry fans, but beyond that, our picks seem to be all over the map this month. I’m almost getting new reading ideas just putting the list together! So, what do you want to read next month?

Title and Author Reviewer
Suddenly You by Sarah Mayberry Suddenly You by Sarah Mayberry Rike, Lynn, Leigh, Dabney, Pat
My Kind of Christmas by Robyn Carr My Kind of Christmas by Robyn Carr Maggie, Heather S., Pat, Leigh
Scorched by Laura Griffin Scorched by Laura Griffin Lynn,Lee
Rescue My Heart by Jill Shalvis Rescue My Heart by Jill Shalvis Dabney, Heather S.
A Notorious Countess Confesses by Julie Anne Long A Notorious Countess Confesses by Julie Anne Long Blythe,Lee
Spellfire by Jessica Andersen Spellfire by Jessica Andersen Heather S., Louise
The Twelve Clues of Christmas by Rhys Bowen The Twelve Clues of Christmas by Rhys Bowen LinnieGayl
Colorado Heart by Cindy Holby Colorado Heart by Cindy Holby Pat
Lord's Fall by Thea Harrison Lord’s Fall by Thea Harrison Louise
A Change of Fortune by Jen Turano A Change of Fortune by Jen Turano Maggie
Come Fly With Me by Addison Fox Come Fly With Me by Addison Fox Lee
Still Life with Shape-Shifter by Sharon Shinn Still Life With Shape-Shifter by Sharon Shinn Leigh
Snowbound Wedding Wishes anthology Snowbound Wedding Wishes by Louise Allen, Lucy Ashford, and Joanna Fulford Lynn
A Gentleman Never Tells by Juliana Grey A Gentleman Never Tells by Juliana Gray Lee
Walk in the Park by Jill Mansell Walk in the Park by Jill Mansell Heather S.
Wyoming Fierce by Diana Palmer Wyoming Fierce by Diana Palmer Pat
Forbidden by Jacquelyn Frank Forbidden by Jacquelyn Frank Louise
Polterheist by Laura Resnick Polterheist by Laura Resnick Rike
An Infamous Marriage by Susanna Fraser An Infamous Marriage by Susanna Fraser Lynn
Her Mother's Shadow by Diane Chamberlain Her Mother’s Shadow by Diane Chamberlain Leigh
The Breath of Dawn by Kristen Heitzmann The Breath of Dawn by Kristen Heitzmann Maggie
Rogue Rider by Larissa Ione Rogue Rider by Larissa Ione Louise
Heart of a Texan by Leigh Greenwood Heart of a Texan by Leigh Greenwood Pat

9 thoughts on “Eagerly Awaiting in November

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  2. ooh, thanks for the heads up on these. I’ve put Jen Turano and Addison Fox on my list. I read Kristin Heitzmann’s Indelible just because it was an available audio download and liked it, so I’ve been looking out for something new of hers since then, particularly glad to know about that one.

  3. I almost put down the snowbound wedding anthology too. I usually can’t resist a Christmas anthology.

    • Blythe: I almost put down the snowbound wedding anthology too. I usually can’t resist a Christmas anthology.

      I have read one Christmas release in Aug, and then have another one to read this month for review but if I see some additional ones that look interesting I am going to put them back and wait to read them in December. I pleased to see new releases by my favorite authors, but I like Christmas books around Christmas.

  4. I have the Shalvis, Nora’s Perfect Hope, Kay Hooper’s The Prophet and since I didn’t finish the one before it… we’ll see, Linda Howard Running Wild, Did you miss me – Karen Rose, and Cold Days Jim Butcher.

    I haven’t double checked the release dates lately so I don’t know if any have changed or not. I haven’t separted out the new releases on my goodreads pgs this year (2013), I did the 2 previous. I’m debating just leaving them in the tbr and getting to them, when my “friends” tag them as read. We’ll see how long that lasts :)

      • I wish! I’m looking forward to the new Karen Rose book, too, but as far as I can tell, it’s still showing up in all my sources as a February 2013 release.

        • As I mentioned, I haven’t double checked release dates yet. I do find they change. I had Shalvis down originally for Oct not Nov. I was using my monthly release date lists so I knew what to request from the library (hold or order/hold).

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