Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Romance Showcase: March

The first week of each month I will be posting a showcase of the romance novels coming out for the month from several Penguin imprints. There are tons of other romance publishers but I've worked with Penguin for a long time and I prefer to read and review the romances they publish. But you will get a few bonus choices from other publishers at the end. 

I will also be spotlighting and/or reviewing specific books throughout the month.

This is not a comprehensive list, it is just those I am covering this month from Penguin.

Here is what you have to look forward to in March 2015!

You can add them all to your Goodreads want to read list NOW!

And I Love Her (Book 4 - A Green Mountain Romance) by Marie Force

The 27 Club by Kim Karr

A stand-a-lone novel!

Return to Me (Book 1 - Covington Cove) by Kelly Moran

First in a new series!

What a Woman (Book 4 - Manley Maids) by Judi Fennell

Brash (Book 3 - The Cavanaugh Brothers) by Laura Wright

Every Little Kiss (Book 2 - Harvest Cove) by Kendra Leigh Castle

Binding Ties (Book 9 - Sentinel Wars) by Shannon K. Butcher

Rising Fire (Book 1 - Stone Circles) by Terri Brisbin

First in a new series!

The List by Anne Calhoun

His To Take (Book 9 - Wicked Lovers) by Shayla Black

His Wicked Reputation (Book 1 - Wicked Trilogy) by Madeline Hunter

First in a new series!

The Bedding Proposal (Book 1 - The Rakes of Cavendish Square) by Tracy Anne Warren

First in a new series!

Here are a few bonus choices from other romance publishers releasing in March:

The Shadows (Book 13 - The Black Dagger Brotherhood) by J.R. Ward

from NAL

Four Nights with the Duke (Book 8 - Desperate Duchesses) by Eloisa James

from Harper Collins

Last One Home by Debbie Macomber

from Ballantine Books

Longing by Mary Balogh

from NAL

The Beekeeper's Ball (Book 2 - Bella Vista Chronicles) by Susan Wiggs

from Harlequin MIRA

Enjoy all of these great books in the month of March!

Which one are you looking forward to the most?

1 comment:

holdenj said...

I always look forward to a familiar yet new read from Debbie Macomber. The Wiggs book looks good too, nice cover. And the new What a Woman.