On The Bookshelves Tuesday 2/22/2011

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

Historical Romance
 What I Did For a Duke
by Julie Ann Long

“As the fifth in the Pennyroyal Green series, this deliciously delightful romance shines with Long’s charming storytelling and appealing characters.”
  Healing the Highlander
by Melissa Mayhue

“Mayhue’s newest book in the Daughters of the Glen series is amazing!”
 Treasure Me
by Robyn DeHart

“The Legend Hunters ... return for their last enthralling adventure/romance allowing DeHart the opportunity to craft a fast-paced, thrilling, roller-coaster tale that includes the hunt for the Loch Ness monster.”
  Seducing the Governess
by Margo Maguire

“Maguire begins a tantalizing duet tinged with mystery and plenty of passion.”
 One Night is Never Enough
by Anne Mallory

“Mallory showcases her talent for creating powerful stories made stronger by intense emotions.”
  Deadly Vows
by Brenda Joyce

“Deadly fans, who know the series is as much soap opera as a marvelous mystery/romance, will be more than satisfied to uncover another chapter in the Cahill/Hart/Bragg saga.”
Contemporary Romance 
 Harvest Moon
by Robyn Carr

“Carr keeps her Virgin River stories coming, much to the delight of readers.”
  A Light at Winter’s End
by Julia London

“London’s ability to draw real-life characters and settings is superb.”
 A Creed in Stone Creek
by Linda Lael Miller

“This is the first in a new trilogy featuring two Creed brothers and a cousin, and is peopled with many familiar faces.”
Romantic Suspense
 Kiss Me, Kill Me
by Allison Brennan

“Lucy Kincaid’s saga continues in the second installment of Brennan’s riveting new series.”
  Against the Law
by Kat Martin

“A strong hero and an intricately written plot that throws in a few twists makes for a riveting story that will keep readers on the edge of their seats.”
 Deadly Lies
by Cynthia Eden

“Book three in Eden’s Deadly series picks up with the life and recovery of FBI Special Agent Samantha Kennedy. The heroine’s use of sex to help her regain control of her life makes this book incredibly hot.”
Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy
 This Side of the Grave
by Jeaniene Frost

“The Frost name guarantees quality!”
  How to Flirt With a Naked Werewolf
by Molly Harper

“Harper is simply fantastic. She accurately and subtly uses the rugged setting of a small rural town in Alaska to great advantage.”
 Green-Eyed Demon
by Jaye Wells

“From the opening page, the story hurtles along at full throttle. Yet it is not without its funny moments, like the evolution of 'Team Awesome.'”
  Iron Crowned
by Richelle Mead

“Expertly layering plot threads and character development, Mead sends her feisty heroine on a desperate journey that will test alliances and the limits of her very soul.”
 Dead Waters
by Anton Strout

“Strout has created a memorable cast of characters whose exploits mean hours of fun and adventure!”
  Serpent’s Storm
by Amber Benson

“Delightfully charming. Calliope Reaper-Jones is hysterical.”
 Blood Wicked
by Sharon Page

“Sexy vampires, damsels in distress and lots of hot sex in Regency-era London – what’s not to love?”
 Treachery in Death
by J.D. Robb

“All the usual players are engaged and their talents cleverly utilized as Robb spins a fast-packed and exciting read!”
  Gideon’s Sword
by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child

“The novel has been optioned by action-movie director Michael Bay, which tells you all you need to know about the pulse-pounding thrills to be found on every page of this exciting novel.”
 Antiques Knock-Off
by Barbara Allan

“If you like laugh-out-loud funny mysteries, this next Trash ‘n’ Treasures installment will make your day.”
  Devil’s Food Cake Murder
by Joanne Fluke

“This series continues to enchant readers with its sense of community and the camaraderie between characters.”
Science Fiction/Fantasy
 The Raven Queen
by Jules Watson

“Don’t miss this one, it’s a keeper.”
by Elizabeth Bear

“Bear’s Jacob’s Ladder trilogy finale is a stirring and satisfying story ...”
 The Union Quilters
by Jennifer Chiaverini

“Another in the fascinating Elm Street Quilts series, this title is set during the Civil War, giving readers a look at the Union home front, with rallies, quilts for soldiers, fundraisers and the ladies who make up the Elm Creek Sewing and Quilting Circle.”
  Letters From Home
by Kristina McMorris

“This is a tough book to put down!”
Young Adult
 Darkest Mercy
by Melissa Marr

“Simply put, it’s outstanding.”
  Tortall and Other Lands
by Tamora Pierce

“Thane’s seduction of Chastity is titillating and is complemented by the other well-written characters and their relationships.”
 His Other Wife
by Deborah Bedford

“Bedford takes the familiar storyline of a single mother raising a son and elevates it beyond the expected.”

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