New Releases: August 8th -August 14th

Filed in New Releases , The HEA Lover Posted on August 9, 2011 @ 6:00 am 5 comments

Always a Princess – Alice Gaines

Eve Stanhope masquerades as a foreign princess at ton parties, stealing jewels from the nobility she despises and returning to her London slum at the end of the night. She’s carefully plotting revenge on her former employer—a society cad who’s ruined her reputation. Now it’s her turn to ruin him. What she doesn’t expect is to encounter the criminally handsome Orchid Thief on one of her heists…
Philip Rosemont, Viscount Wesley, is also in disguise. Bored and stifled by society, he steals jewels for fun and leaves orchids as his calling cards. He knows the woman he’s cornered at the ball is no aristocrat, much less the Princess of Valdastock. But something tells him she’s not exactly common, either. Now he must uncover her motives while he enjoys her illicit kisses. Can these two become partners in crime even as they give in to their mutual seduction?

Boomerang Bride – Fiona Lowe
Rulebreaker – Cathy Pegau
The Magician King – Lev Grossman
Ascension – Christie Golden
The Ideal Man – Julie Garwood
This week IS really slow. I think it’s the publisher’s vacation time 😉 Anyway, is there anything you’re interested about this week? Always a Princess sounds interesting to me.

About Caro The HEA Lover

Caroline is a HEA loving, yarn addicted French who's desperately hoping to get a HEA of her own. If she's not reading then she can be found knitting while listening to Audiobooks or watching Tv shows. Her secret addiction is reading websites that make fun at other people's expense (DYAC, Failbook)! Caroline also blogs at the Secret HEA Society with Susi.

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  • Natalija August 9, 2011 at 8:25 am

    So many great book! The cover for "Becoming Marie Antoinette" is gorgeous. I have always loved the story of MA & how her behavior affected the French Revolution.

  • pattepoilue August 9, 2011 at 12:01 pm

    @Natalija She sure is a fascinating character. I'm always scared of trying books about her though. I guess it has to do with how she ended up 😉

  • LSUReader August 9, 2011 at 5:27 pm

    I read Garwood's Ideal Man–It was okay. Not as good as some she's written, but better than her last book. Thanks for the info.

  • JenM August 9, 2011 at 10:31 pm

    I love werewolves and an author that I like, Kinsey Holley, is releasing a werewolf book this week through Samhain called Ready to Run. I also just picked up an oldie by Sharon and Tom Curtis that was released as part of the relaunch of the Loveswept line. Sharon and Tom were amazing authors and I read this one many years ago so I'm curious to see what my impressions are now.

  • Sheree August 10, 2011 at 4:30 pm

    Whew! Another week in which I won't be spending a whole lot in books! I can try to catch up on reading the books I already have…

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