Monday, May 31, 2021

You've Got Plaid by Eliza Knight - New Release and Giveaway

You've Got Plaid
by Eliza Knight
Series: Prince Charlie's Angels, #3
Genre: Historical Romance
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Release Date: May 25, 2021

Sunday, May 30, 2021

Monday, May 24, 2021

Royal Trouble by Jennifer Bonds - New Release

Royal Trouble
by Jennifer Bonds
Series: Royally Engaged, #2
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Entangled: Amara
Release Date: May 24, 2021

Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Monday, May 17, 2021

Speakeasy Taproom Series - Cover Reveal and Pre-Order

Part of Sarina Bowen's World of True North

The Bachelor Bargain by Maddison Michaels - New Release

The Bachelor Bargain
by Maddison Michaels
Genre: Historical Romance
Publisher: Entangled: Amara
Release Date: May 17, 2021

The Wedding Dilemma by Mariah Ankenman - New Release

The Wedding Dilemma
by Mariah Ankenman
Series: Mile High Firefighters, #1
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: May 17, 2020

Tough Justice by Tee O'Fallon - Cover Reveal and Pre-Order

Tough Justice
by Tee O'Fallon
Series: K-9 Special Ops, #1
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: March 29, 2022

A Surrealist Affair by Jacqueline Corcoran - New Release and Giveaway

A Surrealist Affair
by Jacqueline Corcoran
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Entangled: Amara
Release Date: May 17, 2021

Devious by J.M. Stoneback - Blog Tour and Giveaway

by J.M. Stoneback
Series: Villain Collection, #1
Genre: Dark Mafia Romance
Release Date: March 30, 2021

Sunday, May 16, 2021

Thursday, May 13, 2021

Vino & Veritas Series - Cover Reveals

Part of Sarina Bowen's World of True North
Release Date: August 12, 2021

Heirly Ever After by Magan Vernon - New Release and Giveaway

Heirly Ever After
by Magan Vernon
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Entangled Embrace
Release Date: May 10, 2021

The Spark by Vi Keeland - Cover Reveal and Pre-Order

The Spark
by Vi Keeland
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Cover Design: Sommer Stein, Perfect Pear Creative
Photo: Jakub Koziel
Model: Alessandro Dellisola
Release Date: July 12, 2021

Good Faith by Liz Crowe - Cover Reveal

Good Faith
by Liz Crowe
Series: Stewart Realty, #8
Genre: Family Saga/Women's Fiction
Release Date: June 8, 2021

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Sunday, May 9, 2021

Thursday, May 6, 2021

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

How Not to Mess with a Millionaire by Regina Kyle - Cover Reveal

How Not to Mess with a Millionaire
by Regina Kyle
Series: Mediterranean Millionaires, #1
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Entangled: Indulgence
Release Date: June 7, 2021

Triple Puck Players by Debbie Hope - New Release

Triple Puck Players
by Debbie Hope
Series: Bay City Brawlers, #3
Genre: Sports Romance
Release Date: May 5, 2021

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Sunday, May 2, 2021

A Wolf in Duke's Clothing by Susanna Allen - New Release and Giveaway

A Wolf in Duke's Clothing
by Susanna Allen
Series: Shapeshifters of the Beau Monde, #1
Genre: Historical Paranormal Romance
Release Date: April 27, 2021

Saturday, May 1, 2021

The Nightborn by Isabel Cooper - New Release and Giveaway

The Nightborn
by Isabel Cooper
Series: Stormbringer, #2
Genre: Fantasy Romance
Release Date: April 27, 2021

Sentinels spend their lives fighting the monsters that prey upon humanity.

As the Traitor God’s army grows and war looms ever-closer, Sentinel Branwyn arrives in the gleaming city-state of Heliodar to ask its High Council for aid. Its youngest member, Zelen Varengir, is sympathetic to her cause, but his hands are tied by his powerful family—and when they demand he spy upon the beautiful warrior, there is little he can do but obey.

But something stronger than blood draws Zelen and Branwyn together, and when Branwyn is framed for the murder of the High Lord himself, the unlikely duo must learn to trust each other if they want to discover the deep secrets hidden in the heart of the city, uncover the real enemies moving against them, and embrace the attraction neither can deny...all while facing down the return of the greatest threat the world has ever known.

Fans of The Witcher and Ilona Andrews will love this epic tale of adventure and romance.

“Lord Rognozi and his wife are dead.”

The words made no sense for a second. Then they took Zelen’s breath away as thoroughly as any of his mother’s lectures or the beatings his father had ordered. Gedo wasn’t putting in nearly as much effort as had gone into the other incidents: he was either very talented or very fortunate.

“When? How?”

It would have been unsurprising for Lord Rognozi to have perished quite naturally and uneventfully, and dimly possible that his wife might not have survived the shock and sorrow of it, though it would’ve run counter to what Zelen knew of the lady. That wouldn’t have brought Gedomir to his bedroom.

“Murdered. Butchered, in fact, late last night. If you want the more sordid details, I’m afraid I didn’t ask for an anatomical report. I’m given to understand that the servant who found them is in a state of shock.” He smoothed an imaginary strand of impeccable hair back from his brow. “And your…envoy…has vanished. As has her very large, very likely magical sword.”

“She’d never—”

Zelen lunged forward, with no notion of what the motion might achieve. Denial simply demanded action.

As he’d so frequently done in their past, Gedomir smiled with lofty derision, not to mention a share of pity. “She has, I’m afraid. You’re welcome to try and convince me that a burglar broke into one of the best-warded noble houses in the city and did nothing but slaughter the inhabitants, or that a servant with years of service suddenly went unstoppably berserk in a manner that didn’t rouse the attention of the others in their quarters.”

Colors faded from the world. Zelen sat silently and Gedomir fell silent as well as Idriel stepped in, carrying a tray of tea and cakes. He put it down in front of Zelen and glanced between him and Gedomir: Shall I pretend you have another engagement?

Zelen shook his head. Even that motion took an almost unsupportable amount of strength. “Thank you, Idriel, that will be all,” he said by rote.

“Very good, sir.”

“It may not be entirely her fault, granted,” Gedomir said. “I can perceive no motive for the action, regardless of what others may think, given what you’ve told me of her nature. The Criwath court, or even subversive agents there that Olwin knows nothing of, may have placed a spell on her for this purpose. Or her experiences in the war may have caused damage that hid until now.”

If she did it,” Zelen said, “I’m certain that it wasn’t of her own will.”

“I’m certain that you’re certain. And Father and I are prepared to take that into account,” Gedomir said, spreading his hands. The ring with Verengir’s crest, his only ornament, gleamed in the pale light of the autumn morning. “Honestly, the information she can provide is more valuable than any vengeance would be—the Dark Lady can wait on her claim. Father thinks the rest of the council might even see a case for clemency, if the circumstances are right.”

“Does he?”

“Would I speak falsely?” Gedomir’s lips tightened, but then he relaxed. “I understand that you’re…biased, but for once your proclivities may have been useful. There’s clearly more here than simple murder. Father and I are prepared to investigate it and to argue as much in the face of all opposition—once you retrieve the woman, of course.”

There was rock under her cheek and blood in her mouth. Her arms were sticky—probably more blood—and a net of pain wrapped her whole body, fiercest around her right knee and her left eye. Branwyn was fairly sure her nose was broken too.

All of that was comparatively minor. She’d been injured more severely in the past, though not often, and the healing of a Sentinel was already doing its work, pulling bones and muscles back into place. Even the knee, which would likely have crippled a normal person for life, would give her only a few days of trouble. Branwyn knew as much, and none of her wounds troubled her.

She had no room in her mind to worry about them anyhow. As consciousness returned, she searched her memory for the fight that must have taken place and found only blankness, then paralyzing fear.

After the ball, she’d felt uneasy about the Rognozis’ house. She’d gone to get Yathana. From that moment, she remembered nothing concrete: she had a dim recollection of the world spinning, of a sword in her grip and the smell of blood and death, but that was all.

Now she was—her eyes focused, one considerably slower than the other—in an alley, in the early morning, wearing the blood-soaked remains of her ball gown.

Yathana was gone.

Her memory had an enormous hole.

There was blood on her arms, up to the elbows, and she couldn’t feel any cuts there.

What happened? was her third question.

Where’s Yathana? came in second.

The first was What did I do?


Excerpted from The Nightborn by Isabel Cooper. © 2021 by Isabel Cooper. Used with permission of the publisher, Sourcebooks Casablanca, an imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. All rights reserved.

During the day, ISABEL COOPER maintains her guise as a mild-mannered project manager in legal publishing. In her spare time, she enjoys video games, ballroom dancing, various geeky hobbies, and figuring out what wine goes best with leftover egg rolls. Cooper lives with two thriving houseplants in Boston, Massachusetts.

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