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Denise Little

Mary Jo Putney

Mary Jo Putney: The Tuesday Enchantress
Diane A.S. Stuckart:
Taking the Cake
Kristine Kathryn Rusch:
Snow Day
Dayle A. Dermatis:
Then & Now
Petronella Glover:
Detka, it's Cold Outside
Casey Chapel
: Count the Ways
Christina F. York
: Loves Me Knot
Neesa Hart:
The Wedding Belles

Laura Resnick: Galatea: A Modern Myth
(Part 1)

C.S. DeAvilla

Denise Little

Denise Little:
Point of View,
and How to Use It

Julie Pitzel:
Are You Going to Finish That?

Lezli Robyn: Recapturing Romance
Off the Screen

Denise Little


by Denise Little

We’ve got a lot to look forward to in the coming months. I’m rubbing my hands together in anticipation.

Nora Roberts is launching her books with St. Martin’s Press/Macmillian with a return to romance in the Montana ranchlands, in Come Sundown in June.

Jayne Ann Krentz is releasing The Girl Who Knew Too Much, under her Amanda Quick pseudonym. Set in the 1930s and brimming with tension and romance, it looks like a new and promising background for her trademark thrillers. The Berkley/Penguin Publishing Group title hits stores in May.

Christine Feehan has a pair of paranormals on the way. Shadow Reaper and Power Game (Penguin Publishing Group) promise to keep us all on the edge of our seats.

Karen Marie Moning has a new book in her Fever Series, Feversong (Delacorte Press/Random House Publishing Group).

More currently, J.R. Ward is adding to her Black Dagger Series with The Chosen (Ballantine Books/Random House Publishing Group).

Debbie Macomber has a new Rose Harbor book out, Sweet Tomorrows, (Ballantine Books/Random House Publishing Group). It winds up all the various storylines she’s got running and brings the series to a triumphant conclusion. She’s also got Alaska Skies, Alaska Home, and Alaska Nights coming from Mira.

Linda Howard’s Troublemaker (HarperCollins) is coming out in paperback, as is Blue Moon (Pocket Star).

Katie MacAlister is trying something new with The Perils of Paulie (Jove/Penguin Publishing Group). The novel is set in a reality show reenacting a 1908 car race.

Grace Burrowes is starting a new series in The Trouble with Dukes (Grand Central Publishing).

Stephanie Laurens is going back to her pirates with Lord of the Privateers (Mira). The volume offers an epic conclusion to her Regency series on the high seas.

Catherine Anderson has a new Mystic Creek novel, Mulberry Moon (Jove/Penguin Publishing Group).

Vella Munn has a three book series called Feral Justice—Punish, Fangs, and Pursue (Totally Bound Publishing). It’s about a team that pursues animal abusers, and features the dogs’ point of view.

Brenda Jernigan, Allie Mackay, and Sue-Ellen Welfonder have Lords of Love and Legends: Magical Tales of Timeless Desire coming out. Set in a distant chivalric past, it delivers magical romances steeped in time.

So that’s what I’m going to be reading in my copious spare time.

I hope you have a nice list of goodies yourself.

Copyright © 2017 by Denise Little.

Heart's Kiss Magazine: Issue 1: February 2017

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