April Book Releases

Lots of great new releases this month! Romance, suspense, horror, novellas, and full length novels – a little something for everyone.

Starstruck, a series of connected novellas by three different authors, will start this month.

Obsessed by Beth Ciotta – The kick off story in the Starstruck series, Obsessed features personal security expert Wyatt “Mac” MacDermott and former child star Dakota Breeze. It promises a fun, fast romp of rock and roll and romance.

Wrecked by Cynthia Valero – An emotionally wrenching story, Wrecked follows Sunny and Curtis as they learn to live for themselves after great loss. It’s a bit of a tearjerker but well worth it.

Jaded by Elle J. Rossi – Brooklyn returns to Kramer to help her younger siblings but must also confront her own past and her unresolved feelings about Kramer, her mother, and Emmett, the one person she has always wanted.

The Liar by Nora Roberts – A stand alone romantic suspense featuring Shelby who returns to her home in Kentucky after her husband dies and she learns the truth about his past. But will she be able to find love with a new man or will her husband’s secrets doom them both?

Wild Heat by Lucy Monroe – Escaping an abusive ex, Kitty returns to her hometown in Alaska to find peace. It’s not long before she runs into Tack, her ex-boyfriend, who has become even sexier since they broke up in college. Can the two make it work the second time around or will they both get burned?

Never Fear – This is a compilation of short stories by a number of fantastic authors including Elle J. Rossi, F. Paul Wilson, Rachel Aukes, Erin McCarthy, and Kathy Love. It’s horror/suspense and I can’t wait to read every single story in the book! They all sound amazing.

Deadland Rising by Rachel Aukes – Book three in the Deadland Saga, Aukes zombie apocalypse trilogy following Dante’s Divine Comedy is a can’t miss read – even if you don’t normally enjoy zombies or horror. Aukes’ characters are so well written and the plots are so action packed that you won’t want to put the series down. Start with 100 Days in Deadland and you’ll immediately want to read all three books!

There seems to be a bit of a theme in some of these books about returning home!

What am I missing? What are you looking forward to this month?


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