Aug 23 2011 4:30pm

Bookstore Beat: September 2011

The end of summer is approaching, which means the new releases for September will be at Posman Books.

This September, Maya Banks will spread her wings a little bit more and release her first historical, In Bed with a Highlander. Historical readers will also be happy to find a brand-new Cynster novel by Stephanie Laurens, Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue, the first in a new trilogy. A Night to Surrender begins Tessa Dare’s Spindle Cove series. And Lynsay Sands has a new historical release The Deed.

Readers who follow Victoria Dahl’s funny, sexy, and smart contemporary titles will be thrilled to hear that the first of her new series, Good Girls Don’t, will hit the shelves in September. Fans of Dee Davis’s A-Tac series will be looking forward to picking up the new title, Deep Disclosure. Romantic thriller readers will also be happy to learn that Cherry Adair’s newest, Riptide, will be available in September. And Cheri on Top by romantic comedy queen Susan Donovan will definitely make readers’ lists.

Archangel’s Blade by Nalini SinghSharie Kohler’s latest in her Moon Chaser series, Night Falls on the Wicked leads off the paranormal new releases. Gena Showalter’s long awaited new entry in her Alien Huntress series, Dark Taste of Rapture, is a no-brainer on every paranormal reader’s autobuy. One Grave at a Time is the newest title in Jeaniene Frost’s Night Huntress series, and Nalini Singh’s Archangel’s Blade is the latest release in her Guild Hunter series.

Enjoy the last days of summer and the new fall books on the shelves. Let me know if there’s anything I’ve missed.


Stacey aka @nystacey

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Myretta Robens
1. Myretta
I'm pretty sure that Lynsay Sands's The Deed is a reissue of her 1997 book.
Anna Bowling
2. AnnaBowling
The Deed is indeed (heh) a reissue of her 1997 book.

Thumbs up on In Bed With a Highlander.
3. Janga
I’m really looking forward to beginning Tessa Dare’s new series. Other September books I’m excited about include the conclusion to series by Kate Moore (To Seduce an Angel) and Barbara Freethy (Garden of Secrets). I seem to have been waiting forever for Rose Lerner’s A Lily Among Thorns, and new books from Jo Goodman (Kissing Comfort) and Courtney Milan (Unclaimed) are always reason to celebrate. Not romance, strictly speaking, but another I’m eager to read is C.A. Belmond’s A Rather Remarkable Homecoming.
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