On The Bookshelves Tuesday 2/15/2011

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

Historical Romance
 The Perfect Scandal
by Delilah Marvelle

“The last in Marvelle’s Scandal series utilizes a twist on the classic marriage of convenience plot, along with an intriguing historical backdrop — Poland’s fight for freedom — and unconventional characters, including a crippled heroine and emotionally tortured hero.”
  Bought: The Penniless Lady
by Deborah Hale

“Delicious! Hale’s series continues with a great battle of wills between two proud and stubborn protagonists.”
Historical FictionContemporary Romance
 Madame Tussaud
by Michelle Moran

“Moran sheds light on this remarkable woman whose drive for survival and ambition strike chords in today’s women.”
  A Silken Thread
by Brenda Jackson

“When a favorite author introduces new characters who aren’t tied to any previous works, expectations are going to be high. Jackson does not disappoint.”
Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy
by Sophie Littlefield

“The first installment in a fantastic new dystopian series is driven by a tough, smart heroine with a dark past and a single mission: to find her daughter.”
  Dreams of a Dark Warrior
by Kresley Cole

“The richness of Cole’s world and characters make it a fascinating place to visit! Terrific!”
 So Close the Hand of Death
by J.T. Ellison

“A tense thrill ride filled with secrets, raw emotion and death, newcomers will love it as much as her longtime fans.”
  A Heartbeat Away
by Michael Palmer

“Palmer never fails to thrill when he presents a tautly constructed puzzle, with characters that will make readers whiz through the pages until late at night.”
 Lucky Stiff
by Deborah Coonts

“Readers who like cozy mysteries with a lot of sass, great dialogue and a plot that flies will love this.”
  One True Sentence
by Craig McDonald

“The fourth Hector Lassiter novel is one heck of a ride through 1924 Paris – a time and place readers need not be familiar with to enjoy the story.”
Science Fiction/Fantasy
 The Desert of Souls
by Howard Andrew Jones

“ ... those who like lots of swordplay mixed with some inventive magic will likely enjoy this.”
Young Adult
by Joshua C. Cohen

“Dark and tragic, Leverage takes a look at the uglier side of competitive high school sports.”
by James Patterson

“You won’t be able to put Patterson’s latest down; this reviewer finished it in one day!”
by Courtney Allison Moulton

“If you want a book that will have you gasping for more, look no further.”
 Blood Covenant
by Lisa Harris

“This stellar novel is an absolute must-read!”
  Heart of Lies
by Jill Marie Landis

“The second book in the Irish Angel series is filled with secrets, romance and Pinkerton agents.”

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