Saturday, 15 March 2014

New Release Romance Reads - March 15 2014

Here are our top picks of new release romance reads this week!
New in Historical Fiction - The Duke's Quandary by Callie Hutton

From the Blurb:

London 1814...

Drake, Duke of Manchester is searching the Marriage Mart for a perfect bride. He wants a woman who is poised, sophisticated, and worthy of the title Duchess. But most of all, he wants a woman who does not want the useless emotion of love.

Socially awkward Miss Penelope Clayton isn't meant for marriage. A serious botanist, she has no desire to wed, so being forced by her guardian to participate in the Season to find a husband is torture. She'll never fit in with the ton, especially if they discover she's been pretending to be a man within the scientific community.

As Drake's family makes over Penelope, turning her from naive bluestocking to enchanting debutante, he is put upon to introduce her to society and eligible bachelors. Despite dance lessons and new gowns, Penelope is the opposite of poised and sophisticated as she stumbles from one mishap to the next. Why then, does he find it so hard to resist her?

The Duke's Quandary by Callie Hutton is a new romance title from Entangled Publishing, released March 10, 2014 and available from Amazon. in Fantasy and Science Fiction - Heartbitten by Aubrey Rose 

From the Blurb:

Billionaire playboy Robert Chatham is as bloodthirsty as it gets. Snarky and self-obsessed, he has a new girl every day of the week. What the London tabloids don't know is the reason Robb acts like a lady-killer: to avoid having to kill them. A four-hundred year old vampire, he feeds and moves on, never getting attached to any girl.

Until Liz.

A shy American transplant in the heart of London, Liz is slaving away on her grad school project: working to find a cure for the blood cancer that her younger sister died from years ago. Dead focused on her studies, she's more interested in the chemistry of hemoglobin than in the chemistry between her and any guy.

Until Robb.

After an old vampire friend comes asking for a favor, Robb has to choose between repaying a life debt and chasing after the one girl who's broken through his emotional walls. And when Liz stumbles upon evidence that seems to solve the puzzle of his mysterious seclusion, she confronts him in his lab. Only the dark secret she thought she had uncovered turns out to be something even more terrifying.

With a dead body in the trunk of his Porsche and a vial of cancerous blood in the pocket of her lab coat, Robb and Liz are heading for a collision course that will change both of their lives forever...

Heartbitten by Aubrey Rose is a new romance title, released March 10, 2014 and available from Amazon. in Contemporary Romance - Fall into Forever by Beth Hyland 

From the Blurb:

A girl with a past she can't remember. A guy with a past he can't forget.

Ivy McAllister had it all. Perfect boyfriend. Perfect life. Perfect future. Or so they tell her. Because one night, on a dark country road, a fiery crash changed everything...and Ivy can't remember what happened.

Now, two years later, at a new college far from home, she tries to regain control of her life, but her plans don't include a tattooed, motorcycle-riding, indie music-obsessed guy with his own sorority girl fan club.

Jon Priestly is the hottest guy at Pacific State University. Just ask his groupies. But with a dark past he must keep hidden, he shuts himself off emotionally and trusts no one. That is...until he meets a broken girl with haunting green eyes and secrets of her own.

Ivy shouldn't be attracted to Jon. They're wrong for each other in every possible way. Yet as they spend time together, something about him--everything about him--feels so right.

But when threats from her past make her question what little she does remember, Ivy must decide whether to run again or trust the one person she can't live without.

Fall into Forever by Beth Hyland is a new romance title, released March 8, 2014 and available from Amazon. 

What are you reading this week?


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