Sunday, November 30, 2014

Early Review of It's a Wonderful Fireman (The Bachelor Firemen of San Gabriel #6.5) by Jennifer Bernard (Novella)

    Title: It's a Wonderful Fireman
    Classification: Adult Fiction
    Genre: Contemporary Romance
    Series: Bachelor Firemen of San Gabriel
    Format: Paperback; 240 pages
    Publisher: Avon Impulse (December 23, 2014)
    ISBN-10: 006238936X
    ISBN-13: 978-0062389367
    Notes: I received an eARC loan from the publisher.

Dean Mulligan never had much of a childhood. He grew up being moved from one foster home to the next. Christmas was not a day to look forward to as it was never any different from any other day. If anything, bad memories from childhood Christmases past lingered with him as an adult. It's no wonder he didn't grow up to have any Christmas holiday spirit. But it was more than that. Dean grew up thinking he wasn't worthy of being showered with gifts, didn't deserve to find happiness, didn't merit being loved. This year, however, Dean is going to realize the hard way that he has something to celebrate and that he's finally found the place where he belongs.
When an author tries to take a bit of an old classic and work a bit of its magic into their own story it usually goes one of two ways--it's either a hit or miss. Luckily, Ms. Bernard managed to zero in on the essence that made the classic, It's a Wonderful Life, such a wonderful story and use it to her advantage to create another memorable and enjoyable read of her very own. I absolutely adored the story and felt it captured the spirit of the original very well.

Dean Mulligan is a giver. After all he's been through he somehow managed to turn out to be a pretty great guy, but he doesn't see himself that way. He's been told by various people over the years that he'd never amount to much, that the world would be better if he'd never been born, and that he is no-good. While he's tried not to, a part of him has always believed that and so he's kept his distance from others. When he and Lizzie meet, he feels something for her he's never felt for anyone else, but doesn't feel worthy of her. He's even warned her that their relationship can't go anywhere. When he finds himself ironically trapped in a burning Christmas store, he figures it's just his luck he'd die in such a way. Christmas had never been kind to him. But as he lies there struggling in and out of consciousness, he's made to see what life would be like if he hadn't been around for the ride.

I couldn't help but give this one 5 out of 5 roses. It was the type of feel good story that makes you warm and fuzzy all over and is a perfect read for this holiday season. It was full of humor, touching scenes, and a happy ending. I loved the relationship between Dean and Lizzie and how she never gave up on him. On the Lisarenee Romance Rating Scale, this one earned a STEAM rating--too hot for a fan, but you still have a handle on things. You should use extreme caution when reading a book with this rating in public. People may inquire as to why you looked flustered and flushed.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Release Day Review of Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover (The Rules of Scoundrels #4) by Sarah MacLean

Title:Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover
Classification: Adult Fiction
Genre: Historical Romance
Series: Rules of Scoundrels (Book 4)
Format: Paperback; 384 pages
Publisher: Avon (November 25, 2014)
ISBN-10: 0062068512
ISBN-13: 978-0062068514
Author's Website:
Notes: Received an eARC loan of the book from the publisher.

Once upon a time a young woman had the world at her beck and call. She was beautiful, wealthy, and came from a family of privilege. It was predicted she'd make the match of the century, but that was not to be. For the girl was lonely and did the unthinkable--she  thought herself in love and fell for the wrong man. Abandoned and with child, she became a pariah of society, an outcast looking into the world that once held her in such high esteem. With the world no longer at her feet, she vowed to get her own form of vengeance and did. For out of the ashes she rose, building a new life for herself where she lived on her own terms, not those of society. She reinvented herself into someone who was rich and powerful, who knows almost all of the tons dirty little secrets and isn't afraid to use them. With a mere word, she can ruin a man. Only a trusted few know she is the woman behind the man known to London society as Chase, the mysterious club owner who has never been seen, but whose presence is always felt. But every day has its dawn, and Lady Georgiana Pearson has decided its time to put an end to her wayward ways and find a man to make an honorable woman of her.

She's about to do what no one has ever done before--rise from the dead of elite society. And if anyone can do it, she can.

This is the fourth and, sadly, last book of The Rules of Scoundrels quartet, and let me just say, Ms. MacLean saved the best for last. If you were disappointed to find out Chase wasn't a man, I think after reading this book you'll be glad he wasn't. Finally, Chase's identity is revealed and he is a she. Lady Georgiana Pearson, Simon's strong but ruined sister in Eleven Scandals to Start to Win a Duke's Heart, is Chase. We finally get the full story of what happened to her over the years and she's been quite busyLondon society still remains clueless to her connection to Chase and Lady Georgiana intends to keep it that way. She's prepared to give up her share of the Fallen Angel, one of London's most lucrative gaming hells, in order to secure a match for herself to a titled gentleman which will, thereby, shield and protect her daughter, Caroline, from the scandal associated with her birth.

Georgiana doesn't believe in love and is not in search of a happily-ever-after for herself, but she's going to make sure that her past does not rob Caroline, her daughter, of a shot at one. Georgiana's a smart woman who's managed to survive and thrive in a male dominated world. She's no wilting violet, and instead of being devastated by her fall from grace, she sees her ruination as something that has liberated her from society's rules. After all one can only truly be ruined once. She's determined to make a better life for her daughter and that makes her quite dangerous to anyone who stands in her way. For everyone knows if you cross the path of a lioness trying to protect her cub, the outcome could be fatal.

Duncan West is devilishly handsome, rich, smart, and Georgiana's male equal in power. He owns 5 newspapers and his stories can make or break a man or woman's reputation. He's also the first man that Georgiana has been attracted to since Caroline's father, and we all know how well that went. Georgiana has only three requirements for a husband--that he have a title, that he be a decent man, and that he be good to Caroline. While Duncan meets two out of the three requirements, the main one, having a title to shield and protect her daughter from the viciousness of the ton, is the one he lacks. Georgiana will need to decide if she's willing to take another chance at love and trust Duncan with her deepest and darkest secret, or stick with her plan to marry an aristocrat. For as Duncan uncovers some of her secrets, she realizes that once he finds out she's Chase, he'll have the power to ultimately save or destroy her. After the betrayal she experienced at the hands of the last man she trusted, it may be too great a leap of faith for her to take.

I couldn't help but give this one 5 out of 5 roses. The story was fun and exciting with plenty of drama as well as humor and smooching. *grin* I loved Duncan's back story and the way he was with Georgiana and Caroline. Georgiana and Duncan, as a couple, were well matched and fun to watch. The chemistry between them was undeniable. On the Lisarenee Romance Rating Scale, this one gets a STEAM rating--too hot for a fan, but you still have a handle on things. You should use extreme caution when reading a book with this rating in public. People may inquire as to why you looked flustered and flushed. I highly recommend reading this one. Ms. MacLean did a fabulous job of capturing the emotions of the characters on paper, and her novels are always highly entertaining, well thought out, and make you feel like you got your money's worth. I'll definitely be purchasing a copy of this one to add to my keeper shelf.

Order of the series:

Monday, November 24, 2014

Exquisite Captive (Dark Caravan Cycle #1) by Heather Demetrios

Title: Exquisite Captive
Classification: Young Adult Fiction
Genre: Fantasy
Series: The Dark Caravan Cycle (Book 1)
Format: Hardcover; 480 pages
Publisher: Balzer + Bray (October 7, 2014)
ISBN-10: 006231856X
ISBN-13: 978-0062318565
Author's Website:
Notes: I borrowed the book from the library.

Nalia Aisouri’Taifyeh is the last Ghan Aisouri—the only jinni with royal blood in all of Arjinna. By ancient law the Amethyst Crown is hers. She however feels herself unworthy of such an honor. Three years ago, when the the palace was overrun with Ifrit vermin and their poisonous dark magic, she was the only one to survive. The whole realm was and is in shambles, its powerful Ghan Aisouri protectors slain in one night of carnage. She, however, managed to escape the fate of her sisters in arms only to find herself enslaved in the dark caravan and sold to the highest bidder on Earth. Her master, Malek Alzahabil, bought her when she was fifteen and instead of cashing in his three wishes like most, he'd found a wishing loophole which allowed her to grant wishes to his associates, thereby, extending his hold on her powers as he withheld his third and final wish.

The world had thought all the Ghan Aisouri were all dead, but the secret that one survived has recently been revealed, and Nalia is now being hunted by her enemies. Shackled to her master, haunted by the past, racked with the guilt over what she'd done, could she be the Kingdom's only hope? A warrior brought down to humble means may just be what the empire needs. For it was the allowance of an abuse of power that brought the civil unrest and the war that followed to Arjinna. But before she can do anything else, she needs to free herself of her master and return to her realm. With an offer by the Rebel leader of her world to help free her from her master in exchange for some undisclosed favor, could the price of freedom be too steep? After all, freedom is power.

So I am not the type to be drawn to a book by the normal means. I don't often go by other people's recommendations--I've been burned once too many times that way. Instead, if a cover and book synopsis appeal to me, I'll pick up the book. I also tend to pick up a book if I keep seeing or hearing the name of a title over and over and the synopsis appeals to me, and that is the very thing that finally got me to pick this book up. I found the title of this one a tad misleading, and I worried this was an erotic read, which is what initially kept me from looking into the book sooner. Eventually my curiosity got the best of me and I investigated the book further and was delighted to find it was a young adult book.

The book has two worlds associated with it. Ours, set in present day time, and the world of the Jinn called Arjinna which has been torn apart by war. The world of the Jinn has a more ancient feel to it which seems to be steeped in tradition and magic. Three years ago the protectors/ruling class of the land, the Ghan Aisouri, were killed and overthrown and ever since a constant battle for power has ensued. The Infrit, a type of Jinn which is known for its cruelty and use of dark magic, took over and the rest of the Jinn have been attempting to take control away from them ever since. What makes the Ghan Aisouri so powerful and why the Infrit want them all dead, is that they are the only Jinn who can access the power of all four elements: air, earth, water, and fire. All other castes can only access one.

I'm kind of torn about how I feel about the book in general. I liked it, but the ending made me feel the next book will be the real deciding factor as to whether I fall in love with the series as a whole or not. Nalia was just beginning to be trained in the ways of the Ghan Aisouri when her world fell apart. Most think her kind were "born without hearts and that the blood in their veins runs as cold as the snow in the heights of the Qaf Mountains." In a way, that's true. They're taught early on that they can never have love other than for their Empress and country. They are not allowed to marry. They devote themselves to protecting the realm. Nalia, however, had never been quite as cold as the rest and questioned the way of things. Perhaps in time Nalia would have come to be as the others, but before that could happen a bad decisions on Nalia's part led to the destruction of all she held dear. This, teamed with the fact she's been a slave for the past three years, makes Nalia vulnerable because she still needs to come to terms with all that happened, get her bearings, and move on. Her being imprisoned has never allowed her to do that. If in the next book Nalia gains self confidence, learns to use her powers to their fullest ability, and grows as an individual then I think this could really turn into wonderful series. Right now, however, Nalia is ridden with guilt and doesn't know her own worth. Before she can move forward, she needs to accept her destiny and forgive herself.

Like most young adult books, this one has a love triangle. Malek, Nalia's mysterious master, is rich and powerful. Recently he's decided to pursue her romantically and this lends a little drama to the story. While we learn a lot about him in this book, I can't help but feel there's something big that has yet to be revealed about him. I'm curious as to what his role will be in the next book. I'm definitely not a fan of him and Nalia being together. The Second love interest is Raif, the leader of Arjinna's rebel forces. While closer to Nalia's age, there is something from Nalia's past that may come between them. Truth be told, I don't think I'd be too upset if she doesn't end up with him either.

Overall, I gave this one 3 1/2 out of 5 roses.The book started off great and immediately grabbed my full attention, but started to loose some momentum in the middle and at times dragged a bit. While I wish the author had been a little lighter on the romance and a little heavier on the magic and drama, I was entertained and am intrigued enough to want to know where the author will take this story. The world building was great and I hope we'll be learning more about Arjinna.

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Sunday, November 23, 2014

Early Review of Black Widow (Elemental Assassin, #12) by Jennifer Estep

Title: Black Widow (Elemental Assassin)
Classification: Adult Fiction
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Series: Elemental Assassin (Book 12)
Format: Paperback; 384 pages
Publisher: Pocket Books (November 25, 2014)
ISBN-10: 1476774544
ISBN-13: 978-1476774541
Author's Website:
Notes: I recieved and eARC loan from the publisher.

Gin Blanco's arch-nemesis, Mab Monroe, has finally been taken down, Her daughter, M M Monroe, is looking to take her mother's place as Ashland's Queen of the criminal underworld. Without her mother's street cred, however, she's going to have to do something big and Gin's just sitting back, waiting, and watching to see what she'll do. Gin's convinced that like mother like daughter, Madeline will be gunning for her, and when she does, Gin intends to be ready.
This is the 12th book in the Elemental Assassin series, and I'd advise anyone who hasn't already done so to read at least the first several books in this series before attempting this one. There's a lot of history that makes what happens in this book so much more enjoyable. That said, I really enjoyed this one. Gin is in her element and at her finest. I loved how she manages to get the best of Mab's daughter, Madeline, in such a spectacular way. Gin wove an intricate trap that took her victim by surprise. She was cool, she was patient, and as lethal as ever. It reminded me why I fell in love with this series.

I found Madeline quite surprising and devious with a very different style from that of her mother. She's a woman of many talents and she starts things off by slowly driving Gin crazy with the anticipation of waiting for her to make her first move. Given time, I have no doubt Madeline could be just as powerful as her mother. While I applaud her for her efforts and give her points for thinking outside the box, she really had no idea who she was dealing with or she wouldn't have gone about doing things the way she did. You should always know your enemy to anticipate how they will react to your every move, and Madeline had no clue.

Why is the book titled Black Widow? Well, it comes from this statement by Finn early on in the book as he describes Madeline. “She’s like a black widow spider. I can admire the beauty of such a creature, even if I know exactly how deadly it is.”

I couldn't help but give this one 5 out of 5 roses. It had a fast pace, some nice twists, plenty of action and best of all it's a game changer. You're definitely going to want to read this one if your a fan of the series. I look forward to seeing what Ms. Estep will do in the next book.

Listen to a sample of the audio book: 

Order of the series:

Friday, November 21, 2014

Code Name Verity (Code Name Verity, #1) by Elizabeth Wein

Title: Code Name Verity
Classification: Young Adult
Genre: Historical Fiction
Paperback: 368 pages
Publisher: Disney-Hyperion; Reprint edition

(May 7, 2013)
ISBN-10: 1423152883
ISBN-13: 978-1423152880
Author's Website:
Notes: I borrowed this one from the library.

The year is 1943 and the world is at war. Amidst the chaos, two women are struggling for survival. Their plane loaded with explosives has crash landed in Nazi occupied France. One, the pilot, the other, a spy, sent to extract information, something she excels at. Through a twist of fate, their identities on paper have been switched. Now, one, due to cultural blunder, has landed herself in a Gestapo prison nicknamed Castle of Butchers and is exchanging information with the enemy to prolong her life and curtail her torture. The other is hiding in enemy territory under the Gestapo's nose using the fake identity the other was to use. Two lives forever intermingled, they are best friends and if either doesn't make it, a part of the other will forever be lost.

This is their story.

Throughout the ages people have fought for country, for territory, for survival, for life. It’s a seemingly never ending cycle that seems to repeat itself no matter how many history lessons are taught. Someone always wants more or what the other guy has. But unless you've been in a war you truly cannot know how devastating one can be. You will not be haunted by the nightmares of your colleagues being blown to smithereens right before your eyes or the guilt of watching your best friend die alongside you as you helplessly watch and can do nothing to save them. You will never witness the cruelty one individual can inflict upon another without a second thought. You will never know the full experience, but books like Code Name Verity can give you a small glimpse and it's done in a way that makes you realize you got off lucky because you didn't get the full blown experience. There's a reason they say war is hell, it's because it is.

What's interesting about this book is we're given essentially the same story from two different perspectives. The versions happen simultaneously from the viewpoints of two friends, but their given one at a time. We learn things from one that only someone on the inside of a prison can know. From the other we learn things only someone from outside could. The two stories intermingle and overlap to give us a better overall view of all that is truly going on giving the story a more three dimensional feel, It's an insightful view and, while the story is about the two girl's friendship, the story truly focuses mainly on, as the title suggests, one of the girls, Verity. She's the one to watch. I loved that the second perspective is from Verity's best friend--the person who knows her best.

Julie, aka Verity, and Maddie, aka Kitty Hawk, come from two very different backgrounds. Verity comes from a life of privilege and has met the King. She's from a large family and was born in Scotland. She can speak three languages fluently, was educated in Oxford, is as smart as a whip and gets along easily with everyone. Maddie is from Britain and hasn't had it easy. She knows how to fly and work with engines. She's smart, but doesn't really realize it and, because she's a woman, isn't always given the acknowledgement of it she deserves. She constantly has to prove herself. While Julie is all things feminine, Maddie is more of a Tom boy. Julie admits that it took the war to bring these two together. Had there been no war, it's unlikely that their paths would have ever crossed.

Julie gives us clues all throughout her writings. Not only do we get a look into who she is, but we get an idea of just how brilliant she truly is. She's the type of person who has a trusting face, is easily underestimated (if you don't know her), and makes others feel at ease. She is very good at reading people and knows how to pull information out of them, thereby, revealing their soft spots which she uses to her full advantage. She writes over and over, "I'm a wireless set." and "Careless talk costs lives." They're hints to what is going on, but it isn't until her best friend, Maddie, picks up the story that we get a clear picture of the utter genius of it.

Favorite quotes:

- “It's like being in love, discovering your best friend.”

- “I am no longer afraid of getting old. Indeed I can't believe I ever said anything so stupid. So childish. So offensive and arrogant.
But mainly, so very, very stupid. I desperately want to grow old.”

- “Hope is the most treacherous thing in the world. It lifts you and lets you plummet. But as long as you're being lifted you don't worry about plummeting.

I couldn't help but give this one 5 out of 5 roses. The fact the author made me cry and kept my attention throughout the story is what earned it its 5 rose rating. It's an emotional roller coaster of a ride and I recommend having a box of tissues handy when you read it. I was surprised it was labeled young adult, as it didn't truly have that type of a feel to it, and I was never quite certain of what Maddie's or Julie's ages were. The story contains a wonderful mixture of friendship, love, loyalty, survival, loss, and perseverance all wrapped up in the ugliness of war. The phrases "Kiss me, Hardy." and "Fly the plane, Maddie." will forever be emblazoned in my mind. A truly touching story that I highly recommend.

Order of the series:

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Early Review of The Job (Fox and O'Hare, #3) by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg

Title: The Job: A Fox and O'Hare Novel
Classification: Adult Fiction
Genre: Mystery
Series: Fox and O'Hare
Hardcover: 304 pages
Publisher: Bantam (November 18, 2014)
ISBN-10: 0345543122
ISBN-13: 978-0345543127
Authors' Websites:
Janet Evanovich -
Lee Goldberg -
Notes: I received an eARC loan from the publisher.

Special Agent Kate O'Hare is once again about to team up with her former arch rival, criminal mastermind, Nicholas Fox. Paired together by the FBI, they've been recruited for a series of under-the-table missions to go after a class of criminals that operate outside the reach of the law. People who are so rich and powerful that they can manipulate the legal system so they never have to answer for their crimes, assuming that they're ever caught. This time, however, the case takes on a personal note. Lester Menendez is a smart, vicious, and sadistic drug lord who enjoys torturing and playing with his victims before killing them. If he finds your services no longer needed you more than likely will meet with an agonizing death. Menendez believes, like the Boy Scouts, in leaving no trace. Menendez, however, has expanded that to include anyone who could recognize or pin something on him. He's like a ghost which everyone knows about, but is invisible in many ways. No photographs, fingerprints, or DNA evidence exists to link him to his crimes.

When one of Fox's former team members alerts him of the death of her brother at Menendez's hand, he and Kate decide it's time for Menendez to be taken down. With the unofficial support of the FBI behind them, they're about to take down one of the world's most wanted, elusive, and dangerous criminals or die trying, 

This is the third book of the Fox and O'Hare series and once again Evanovich and Goldberg have created a wonderful and highly entertaining story that has you wondering what will happen next while laughing your you know what off. In this book, Fox and Kate pose as a married couple who have found sunken treasure on the high seas and need someone to secretly bankroll the operation to retrieve the treasure without anyone being the wiser. Know your mark is the first rule of thumb a con man learns and Nick Fox is no novice in the art of conning. He'll use what he knows about Menendez to capture the man.

So what makes this series special besides the incredibly intricate and funny cons? Well, part of it is the underlying sexual tension between Fox and O'Hare. Kate is a straight laced, by-the-book type of agent who never deviated far from what is right. Nick's influence, however, is starting to wear off on her and he's slowly corrupting her, but in what appears to be a good way. I would have loved to be a fly on the wall when Nick and the FBI hashed out their plan to use him to go after the criminals who were untouchable. I can't help but think if Nick truly wanted to get out of anywhere he could have managed it on his own. He strikes me as an overly intelligent rich man who was bored and found pleasure in conning people. Not quite a Robin Hood, but I have a feeling as the series progresses, we're going to find out many more surprising things about Nick. I think the Topkapi Daggar theft, is only the cutting edge of what is to be revealed.

Another aspect of the series I love is all the little trivia like facts that are included within each story. I actually watched one episode of the Man from Atlantis and didn't realize at the time it was Patrick Duffy who played the main character. Plus, many of the artifacts, such as the Topkapi Dagger, actually exist. Others, such as the sunken ship, Nuestra Senora de Santa Maria, have a slightly altered name and history from what I can only guess to be their real-life counterparts. While I could find nothing on the Nuestra Señora de Santa Maria, a ship bearing the name Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes, which sank off Cape Santa Maria in Portugal, had a similar lawsuit which was won by the Spanish government against the salvage team who found and recovered its treasure.

Overall, I gave this one 4 out of 5 roses. It well paced, funny, and smartly written. I love the chemistry between Nick and Kate and hope we'll see this relationship evolve in the near future. I look forward to the next installment of this series and the next crazy scam these two will pull in the name of justice. Definitely the type of series I recommend reading to put you in a good mood.

Notes to Keep You in the Know:
To learn more about the Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes, check out the following link to an article by CNN on the lawsuit:

Order of the series:

Short stories associated with the series:

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Most Anticipated New Releases of November 2014

The following list is comprised of books and novellas my friends, family, and I are most looking forward to reading in November. It also consists of books by popular authors and others I've heard a lot of hype about. I am not flawless and sometimes I'll accidentally leave one or more books off the list that I shouldn't. Let me know if one of your favorites is missing. Sometimes my search techniques just don't work as well as I wish they did.

The list is divided into weekly releases. If you'd like to read a book's description, just click on the cover photo and you'll be magically transferred to Goodreads. Remember, a book a day keeps the boredom at bay! Happy reading.

November 1, 2014 - The Fire Seekers (The Babel Trilogy Book 1) by Richard Farr
November 1, 2014 - The Glassblower (The Glassblower Trilogy Book 1) by Petra Durst-Benning and Samuel Willcocks
November 1, 2014 - My Sister's Grave by Robert Dugoni
November 4, 2014 - All He Desires (All or Nothing Book 3) by C.C. Gibbs
November 4, 2014 - The Affair: Week 8 by Beth Kery
November 4, 2014 - The Burning Room (Harry Bosch Series #19) by Michael Connelly
November 4, 2014 - The Chocolate Clown Corpse: A Chocoholic Mystery by JoAnna Carl
November 4, 2014 - Chorus Lines, Caviar, and Corpses (A Happy Hoofers Mystery) by Mary McHugh
November 4, 2014 - Dirty Rowdy Thing by Christina Lauren
November 4, 2014 - Dreamer's Pool: A Blackthorn & Grim Novel by Juliet Marillier
November 4, 2014 - Edge of Betrayal: An Edge Novel by Shannon K. Butcher
November 4, 2014 - Forgive Me (Lost Souls)by Eliza Freed
November 4, 2014 - The Glass Magician (The Paper Magician Series Book 2) by Charlie N. Holmberg
November 4, 2014 - Have Me: A Stark Ever After (novella) by J. Kenner
November 4, 2014 - Heart Fire (Celta Book 13) by Robin D. Owens
November 4, 2014 - An Heiress for All Seasons: A Debutante Files Christmas (Novella) by Sophie Jordan
November 4, 2014 - A High-End Finish: A Fixer-Upper Mystery by Kate Carlisle
November 4, 2014 - I Saw Her Standing There (A Green Mountain Romance Book 3) by Marie Force
November 4, 2014 - Knot In My Backyard (A Quilting Mystery Book 2) by Mary Marks
November 4, 2014 - Knot Guilty: A Crochet Mystery by Betty Hechtman
November 4, 2014 - The Kraken King (Iron Seas Book 4) by Meljean Brook
November 4, 2014 - The Laughing Monsters: A Novel by Denis Johnson
November 4, 2014 - The Laws of Murder: A Charles Lenox Mystery Book 8 by Charles Finch
November 4, 2014 - Lethal Letters (A Books by the Bay Mystery) by Ellery Adams
November 4, 2014 - The Long Haul (Diary of a Wimpy Kid Book 9) by Jeff Kinney
November 4, 2014 - Midnight Action: A Killer Instincts Novel by Elle Kennedy
November 4, 2014 - Mortal Heart (His Fair Assassin Trilogy Book 3) by Robin LaFevers
November 4, 2014 - A New York Christmas by Anne Perry
November 4, 2014 - No Mallets Intended (A Vintage Kitchen Mystery) by Victoria Hamilton
November 4, 2014 - On Borrowed Time (A Library Lover's Mystery Book 5) by Jenn McKinlay
November 4, 2014 - Pushing the Limit (Alpha Ops) by Emmy Curtis
November 4, 2014 - The Retribution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin
November 4, 2014 - Romancing the Billionaire by Jessica Clare
November 4, 2014 - Sealing the Deal (The Ladies Who Lunch) by Sandy James
November 4, 2014 - Snow White Red-Handed (A Fairy Tale Fatal Mystery) by Maia Chance
November 4, 2014 - Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation (Nye) by Bill Nye and Corey S. Powell
November 4, 2014 - Visitors (Pathfinder) by Orson Scott Card
November 4, 2014 - Waistcoats & Weaponry by Gail Carriger
November 4, 2014 - The Walled City by Ryan Graudin
November 4, 2014 - What to Do with a Bad Boy by Marie Harte

November 11, 2014 - The Bane Chronicles by Cassandra Clare and Sarah Rees Brennan
November 11, 2014 - Fear City (Repairman Jack Book 3) by F. Paul Wilson
November 11, 2014 - Flesh and Blood: A Scarpetta Novel (Scarpetta Novels Book 22) by Patricia Cornwell
November 11, 2014 - Illusion (Swept Away) by J.S. Cooper
November 11, 2014 - Nights With Him: (Seductive Nights: Michelle and Jack) by Lauren Blakely
November 11, 2014 - One Night: Denied (One Night Trilogy) by Jodi Ellen Malpas
November 11, 2014 - Revival: A Novel by Stephen King
November 11, 2014 - Revolution (Replica) by Jenna Black
November 11, 2014 - Softly Falling by Carla Kelly
November 11, 2014 - Sons of Anarchy: Bratva by Christopher Golden

November 18, 2014 - Captivated By You (Crossfire Book 4) by Sylvia Day
November 18, 2014 - The Cinderella Murder: An Under Suspicion by Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke
November 18, 2014 - I Belong to You (Inside Out Book 5) by Lisa Renee Jones
November 18, 2014 - The Job: A Fox and O'Hare Novel by Janet Evanovich and Goldberg Lee
November 18, 2014 - The Mistletoe Promise by Richard Paul Evans
November 18, 2014 - Stolen (Heart of Dread #2) by Melissa de la Cruz
November 18, 2014 - The Void (Witching Savannah Book 3) by J. D. Horn

November 25, 2014 - After We Collided (The After Series) by Anna Todd
November 25, 2014 - All for You (A Coming Home Novel Book 4) by Jessica Scott
November 25, 2014 - Betrayed: A Rosato & DiNunzio Novel by Lisa Scottoline
November 25, 2014 - Black Widow (Elemental Assassin Book 11) by Jennifer Estep
November 25, 2014 - A Bride for the Season (Love's Grace, #3)
by Jennifer Delamere
November 25, 2014 - The Christmas Ranch (The Cowboys of Cold Creek) by RaeAnne Thayne
November 25, 2014 - The Darkest Touch by Gena Showalter
November 25, 2014 - Delightful: Big Sky Pie #3 by Adrianne Lee
November 25, 2014 - The Duke's Guide to Correct Behavior: A Dukes Behaving Badly Novel by Megan Frampton
November 25, 2014 - Girl Online: The First Novel by Zoella by Zoe Sugg
November 25, 2014 - Hard to Come By: A Hard Ink Novel by Laura Kaye
November 25, 2014 - Last Chance Family by Hope Ramsay
November 25, 2014 - Light My Fire (Dragon Kin) by G.A. Aiken
November 25, 2014 - The Look of Love: A Novel by Sarah Jio
November 25, 2014 - Lying in Wait: Ann Rule's Crime Files: Vol.17 by Ann Rule
November 25, 2014 - Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover: The Fourth Rule of Scoundrels (Rules of Scoundrels Book 4) by Sarah MacLean
November 25, 2014 - Night Shift by Nalini Singh and Ilona Andrews
November 25, 2014 - Sugar's Twice as Sweet: Sugar, Georgia: Book 1 by Marina Adair
November 25, 2014 - Symbiont (Parasitology) by Mira Grant
November 25, 2014 - Twice Tempted (Drake's Rakes)by Eileen Dreyer
November 25, 2014 - Vampire in Paradise: A Deadly Angels Book by Sandra Hill

Please Note: Reap the Wind: A Cassie Palmer Novel by Karen Chance will not be released this month. The release date has been pushed back. :(
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