Feb 23 2015 11:30am

Hot for You: New Adult Best Bets for February 2015

Shift by Karina EspinosaFebruary is one of my favorite months, as it’s filled with all things romance. This roundup brings on the steam and the Alpha. From second-chance romances to friends-to-lovers to anti-heroes, you’ll be sure to find plenty of options to fill up your New Adult TBR.

Shift by Karina Espinosa is the start of a new paranormal romance. Mac has recently discovered she’s a werewolf. Using her claws and sarcastic, witty barbs Mac is navigating through new territory. Mysterious new hot guys, college, and suspense keep you captivated, this is one book you don’t want to miss.

Hero by Samantha Young is an unforgettable romance. Alexa carries guilt for actions that are not her own. When her paths cross with Caine, Boston’s most elusive and hottest bachelor, she’s compelled to reveal their notorious connection. Caine is an anti-hero who is equally swoonworthy and frustrating. Their chemistry is white-hot and the story has twists to keep you on your toes.

The Billionaire and the Virgin by Jessica Clare carries the hilarious characters in Marjorie and Robert. A spin off from her Billionaire Boys Club novels, these two will keep you entertained with their witty banter, steamy moments and endearing storyline.

Fighting Silence by Aly MartinezFighting Silence by Aly Martinez is a must-read for all angst lovers. Till and Eliza meet at thirteen in a dilapidated building. Spanning years, their story is told in dual POVs allowing the reader to fully immerse themselves in a tale that will not let you go.

Kyland by Mia Sheridan is a tale about survival and sacrifice. Set in a mining town with extreme poverty, Kyland and Tenleigh are determined to leave it all behind. When circumstances bring them together, they find that they may have found something more satisfying. Will they be able to leave the other behind? One sacrifice just might change it all

Unexpected Fate by Harper Sloan is a new spin off from her Corps Security Series about the second generation. Having grown up together, Dani and Cohen have an unbreakable bond. Dani is no longer able to hide her feelings for Cohen; she goes for broke and hopes he feels the same. Cohen is all grown up and so is Dani, when faced with Dani’s seduction will he still keep her a distance?

Wings Over Poppies by J.A. DeRouenWings Over Poppies by J.A DeRouen is the second in a standalone series. Once close friends, Alexandra has desperately looked for West since he disappeared after leaving for the military. When she finally finds him, gone is the sweet boy she once knew. He’s now a man who has been though an extremely rough time. Alexandra has her work cut out for her and love might be just the thing to heal him.

Garrett by Sawyer Bennett is the second in a standalone hockey series. Garrett seemed like the simple hockey bad boy with a wicked sense of humor but ,he’s actually a complex character. A playboy with a heart of gold, Garrett is sure to make you melt.

Prick by Sabrina Paige is a step-sibling romance. Caulter is a caustic bad-boy who has a huge black book. Katherine is the perfect golden-child, her father is hot on the campaign trail and she must live up to his standards. When they’re thrown together, their sizzling chemistry is hard to hide. Trying their best by masking it with their witty banter and love-hate relationship, they’ll find that sometimes giving in is the most fun of all.

Stupid Boy by Cindy MilesStupid Boy by Cindy Miles has a familiar plot but she does it so well. Harper accepts a dare must reform a bad boy. Kane is the perfect candidate. As they get closer, Harper realizes what started off as a game might just end up being the ultimate game-changer.

The Return by Jennifer L. Armentrout is the start to a spinoff from her YA Covenant series. Seth has to do the dirty work for the Gods and he hates it. Finding Josie is a blessing but navigating through these new rules and a new world isn’t going to be easy.

Rebound by Noelle August is a fun, lighthearted read. Alice must dig up the dirt on Adam in order to be redeemed by her father. Alison finds an instant connection to Adam and when she finds out he really does have skeletons in his closet, she must make a hard decision.

Which Alpha hero or heroine will be gaining your attention this month?

Learn more about the books mentioned in this post:

Shift by Karina Espinosa  
Hero by Samantha Young  
The Billionaire and the Virgin by Jessica Clare  
Fighting Silence by Aly Martinez  
Kyland by Mia Sheridan  
Unexpected Fate by Harper Sloan  
Wings Over Poppies by J.A DeRouen  
Garrett by Sawyer Bennett  
Prick by Sabrina Paige  
Stupid Boy by Cindy Miles  
The Return by Jennifer L. Armentrout  
Rebound by Noelle August  














Jessica spends her time daydreaming about a life within the pages of her favorite books, hoping to meet her own alpha male in an amazing meet cute. Living in Miami, she breaks the stereotype of the tanned appearance; being the palest amongst her friends takes a lot of work and it's all owed to the aforementioned books. She works all day but dreams of the day she can get paid to devour romance books all day and night. An avid reader since she could sound out words, you can find her reviewing at where she lets her reading freak flag fly!

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1. wsl0612
ooh, these all sound good. Jessica Clare is an auto buy for me, but the others are new - except for Samantha Young and Sawyer Bennett, and I'm on the fence for both :-/ You know since you've started reporting so much on NA authors, I've added 20 new authors to my list of must reads this past year!
Jessica Moro
2. JessicaMoro
@wslo612 That makes me so happy to hear! Discovering new authors is always great! Jessica Clare is an auto buy for me too. I'm actully surprised on how much I enjoyed Samantha Young and Sawyer Bennet's books for this post. I will tell you Hero had me wanting to throw my kindle a couple of times though.
3. wsl0612
oh sure, you and the credit card company! Well and truth be told, the cats like it too as they prefer me to loll around the house, reading and not cleaning ;-)
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