Lover Reborn (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #10) by J.R. Ward
Ever since the death of his shellan, Tohrment is a heartbroken shadow of the vampire leader he once was. Brought back to the Brotherhood by a self-serving fallen angel, he fights again with ruthless vengeance- and is unprepared for a new tragedy. Seeing his beloved in dreams—trapped in a cold, desolate netherworld—he turns to the angel to save his former mate, only to despair at the path he himself must take to set her free.
As war with the lessers rages, and a new clan of vampires vies for the Blind King’s throne, Tohr struggles between an unforgettable past, and a future that he doesn’t know he can live with… but can’t seem to turn away from.
The Alchemist of Souls (Night’s Masque #1) by Anne Lyle (3/27)
The Art of Duke Hunting (Royal Entourage, #2) by Sophia Nash (3/27)
Back from the Undead (The Bloodhound Files, #5) by D.D. Barant (3/27)
(Blood on the Bayou (Annabelle Lee, #2) by Stacey Jay (3/27)
The Outcast Blade (Assassini Trilogy, #2) by Jon Courtenay Grimwood (3/26)
A Perfect Storm (Men Who Walk the Edge of Honor, #4) by Lori Foster (3/27)
The Seduction of Lady X (Secrets of Hadley Green, #3) by Julia London (3/27)
The Seduction of Phaeton Black (Paranormal Investigator, #1) by Jillian Stone (3/27)
Shadow’s Fall (Shadow World, #3) by Dianne Sylvan (3/27)
Taming an Impossible Rogue (Scandalous Brides, #2) by Suzanne Enoch (3/27)
Temptation Rising by A.C. Arthur (3/27)
The Unseen by Heather Graham (3/27)
This week’s New Release list was compiled via the following method:
There are so many wonderful new books out this week–from the NY pubbies, from e-pubbies, from boutique pubbies, etc. (and I just love calling publishers “pubbies”). New series, old series, standalones. Consider the list above just a sampling (not a “best of”, because that’d be impossible for a New Release list; book tastes differ). So whether your existing TBR pile rejoices in the potential addition of new friends or weeps at its ever-increased burden, I hope you find something you’ll like.
For my part, I’ve been awaiting Amanda Stevens’s The Kingdom since this time last year (look out for a review of it next week). The latest J.R. Ward’s a given (especially for those patiently awaiting Tohr’s story), and a new series opener that looks might intriguing is Wicked as They Come by Delilah Dawson. All perfect for the rainy springtime weather.
How about you? Anything you’ve been awaiting eagerly for ages? Something brand new catch your eye this week?