On The Bookshelves Tuesday 10/26/2010

Here's a look at the titles we love that hit shelves this week.

Historical Romance

  Ten Ways To Be Adored When Landing A Lord
by Sarah MacLean

"MacLean’s spinoff of her debut novel is quite simply a delectable, sensual, poignant read that rivals the first."
    Passions of a Wicked Earl
by Lorraine Heath

"She puts the joy of falling in love in every book and this one is no exception."
             
  The Reckless Bride
by Stephanie Laurens

"Laurens’ deft interweaving of a highly sensual love story entwined with a thrilling adventure/mystery is outstanding."
    Rules of an Engagement
by Suzanne Enoch

"... in her latest edition she presents a wonderfully unconventional, delightful heroine, to say nothing of the heart-pounding escapades and sensuality aplenty ..."
             

Contemporary Romance

  Christmas Eve At Friday Harbor
by Lisa Kleypas

"If you want a fantastic read, pick up this poignant, heartbreaking and deeply satisfying book."
    The First Love Cookie Club
by Lori Wilde

"This is a delightful story of the wonder of Christmas and the power of true love."
             
  Montana Glory
by R.C. Ryan

"This third and final chapter in the McCord saga has a hero who comes reluctantly to love."
    Holiday Magic
by Fern Michaels, Cathy Lamb, Mary Carter & Terri DuLong

"Here are four warm and fuzzy tales great for a holiday night before a fire from four top-of-the-line authors."
             

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy

  Highborn
by Yvonne Navarro

"This exciting new series kicks off with a fallen angel taking her first steps toward redemption."
    Blood Heat
by Maria Lima

"Lima has created a highly intriguing cast of characters and set them in a world filled with dangerous magic and deadly power struggles."
             
  Drink of Me
by Jacquelyn Frank

"While spinning romance, Frank also creates a fascinating world of many species and lands."
    When Wicked Craves
by J.K. Beck

"This third addition to the immensely popular and enjoyable Shadow Keeper series may be the best yet."
             
  Ecstasy In Darkness
by Gena Showalter

"The banter between Victor and Ava will stick with you days after you’re done reading."
    Heaven’s Spite
by Lilith Saintcrow

"Saintcrow is a visceral writer who keeps the plot going at a frenetic pace."
             

Romantic Suspense

  Edge of Sight
by Roxanne St. Claire

"St. Claire has become the go-to gal for romantic suspense."
    Cold Dawn
by Carla Neggers

"With her latest novel, Neggers serves up a story of suspense that will keep you turning the pages."
             
  Lie With Me
by Stephanie Tyler

"It’s the perfect weekend getaway read."
     
             

Mystery/Suspense/Thriller

  The Dove of Death
by Peter Tremayne

"The mystery, historical details and sharply written personalities combine seamlessly."
    Cat Coming Home
by Shirley Rousseau Murphy

"This 16th Joe Grey book is sure to please veteran fans of the series."
             
  Next Time You See Me
by Katia Lief

"Lief has quite the interesting way with plot and character!"
    A Catered Thanksgiving
by Isis Crawford

"This will please Crawford’s old fans and bring in new ones."
             
  The Killing Storm
by Kathryn Casey

"This rapid-fire mystery will keep the reader guessing and hoping for Joey’s safety throughout."
     
             

Science Fiction/Fantasy

  Crown of Crystal Flame
by C.L. Wilson

"A truly stellar achievement!"
     
             

Mainstream Fiction

  The Snow Globe
by Sheila Roberts

"This short tale is heartwarming and touched with humor."
    An Amish Christmas
by Cynthia Keller

"This is a sweet, seasonal read to be enjoyed on a snowy evening."
             

Young Adult

  Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares
by Rachel Cohn & David Levithan

"Each chapter was written separately by the respective author, with no pre-planning, and so a suspenseful, almost tragic, novel was born."
    Ghost Town
by Rachel Caine

"Come join the eerie adventures, you won’t ever want to leave — and the vampires may not let you!"
             

Inspirational

  Grace
by Shelley Shepard Gray

"The topic of rape, not commonly addressed in Amish fiction, is handled in a delicate manner."
     
             

Want more new releases? With our Advanced Book Search you can search by publication date. Just select the month of October and the year 2010. Start Searching >>