On The Bookshelves Tuesday 3/22/2011

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

Historical Romance
 An Affair Without End
by Candace Camp

“... Camp pairs a staid, responsible and rather dull earl with an independent, impulsive daughter of a duke and includes a mix of sprightly dialogue, jewel thieves and murder along with a simmering sensuality that adds just enough spice to this fast-paced, well- rendered love story.”
  Delectably Undone!
by Elizabeth Rolls, Michelle Willingham, Marguerite Kaye, Ashley Radcliff & Bronwyn Scott

“Readers will find their ideal hero among the alpha Viking, Samurai, soldier or dashing rake and delight in each heroine’s surrender.”
 The Vampire Voss
by Colleen Gleason

“Gleason sweeps readers into a carefully created vampire world where her mortal and immortal characters reach out and grab readers.”
  Highland Heiress
by Margaret Moore

“Moore taps into the culture and mores of Scotland to create a colorful Highland love story.”
Historical Fiction
 Keep a Little Secret
by Dorothy Garlock

“Not only is Garlock a premier Americana writer, but she is one who touches chords in readers’ hearts.”
Contemporary Romance
 Almost Home
by Mariah Stewart

“Warmth oozes from the pages of this tender romance and is the ideal tonic for driving the blues away!”
  Here I Am
by Rochelle Alers

“The second member of the real estate dynasty to fall in love is a charming hero.”
 Hummingbird Lake
by Emily March

“In the second novel in her Eternity Springs series, March deftly weaves a first-class story of trauma and recovery without relying on shortcuts of divine inspiration.”
Romantic Suspense

Breaking the Rules
by Suzanne Brockmann

“Fast paced and filled with emotional landmines, Brockmann gives her readers a great story full of old friends and new adventures.”

  The Edge of Night
by Jill Sorenson

“Riveting! The Edge of Night is taut with emotion, suspense and danger.”
Paranormal/Urban Fantasy

Seduce Me In Dreams
by Jacquelyn Frank

“Award-winning Frank boldly charts a new course with the launch of this rich futuristic series.”

  Spirit Dances
by C.E. Murphy

“This sixth book in Murphy’s consistently entertaining Walker Papers series is about transformation and change.”

Night Magic
by Jennifer Lyon

“Drama and gut-wrenching emotion fill Lyon’s stories, making the action intense.”


In Desperation
by Rick Mofina

“Tense and terrifying, this examination of the Mexican drug trade and the steps people will take when they are desperate elevates Mofina to the top tier of thriller writers.”

  Started Early, Took My Dog
by Kate Atkinson

“Jackson Brodie is back! Fans of Atkinson (and Brodie) will cheer for this latest entry, which features the erstwhile PI again on the trail of a convoluted case.”

Afraid of the Dark
by James Grippando

“This is the ninth in Grippando’s very popular Jack Swyteck series, but can easily stand alone.”

Mainstream Fiction

When We Were Friends
by Elizabeth Joy Arnold

“Once you start, you will not want to put this book down.”

  Night Road
by Kristin Hannah

“This novel addresses the shortcomings we all have — where they come from, how they compound upon each other and how it is sometimes harder to acknowledge them than to set ourselves free of them.”

The Peach Keeper
by Sarah Addison Allen

“A study of the interactions of women and the bonds of friendship, love and community, this is a story worth taking to bed and staying up all night to read.”

  Damaged Goods
by Heather Sharfeddin

“In her latest book, Sharfeddin gives us a wonderfully well-crafted piece with gritty and painfully flawed characters, and an intricate plot that includes both elements of mystery and romance.”
Young Adult

The Dark and Hollow Places
by Carrie Ryan

“In this one-sitting page-turner that’s sometimes genuinely scary, Ryan takes readers on a thrill ride that will leave them with hope for the characters.”

by Sherrilyn Kenyon

“Kenyon dives back into her Dark-Hunter prequel series, the Chronicles of Nick, further exploring the adventures of 14-year-old Nick Gautier.”

Between Shades of Gray
by Ruta Sepetys

“Sepetys creates a memorable journey that unveils an often-overlooked portion of history, based on the true story of the thousands of Baltic refugees who suffered at the hands of Stalin’s ethnic cleansing.”


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