Here's a look at the titles we love that hit shelves this week.
"This time-travel romance displays the author’s worldbuilding skills beautifully, and the numerous thrills and suspenseful plot will keep readers hooked throughout."
"Best of all, Naughton strikes the perfect balance between romance and suspense and nicely sets up a series continuation without sacrificing time with her main characters."
"The Girl in 6E is uniquely twisted and captivates from the beginning. The premise is entirely original, as are the characters and the pacing. The main character may be a cold killer, but inside is a woman with a soul..."
"This story moves quickly, but it’s very complex. The possible suspects keep changing, but the plot is logical. The supernatural hints are unnerving and add depth to the story..."
"Readers get a real treat with this dramatic, ripped-from-the-headlines story that has a seriously sick twist, a gutsy heroine, fascinating supporting characters and touches of realism."
"Per usual, two cases involving various FBI agents under Savich’s aegis play out with plenty of thrills and chills to keep readers happy."
"Rader-Day’s compelling novel pits the worst of human nature against those merely trying to survive ... Everyone is not who they seem and it’s a challenge to figure out where each belongs."
"While the novel soars in its more poignant moments, Rowell injects the proper dose of humor to keep you laughing through your tears."
"Readers will love the tension between the hero and heroine as they dance around their feelings for each other, and the secondary characters are witty and lovingly obnoxious."
"Clarke expertly engages our senses as she weaves nature, dreams and ancestors into each chapter. Readers are wrapped up in the emotions, beliefs and convictions of a peculiar people..."
"The action, romance and suspense all lead to an electrifying ending that will leave readers starving for more."
"Pearson’s first book in her Remnant Chronicles is thrilling. Readers will be hooked from the first page to the last and will find themselves eagerly anticipating the next installment."
"Readers will love everything from Tavia’s sizzling reunion with her past-life lover, to her eventual realization and acceptance of what she is."
"The story is adorably funny in its Shakespearean comedy of errors as Caroline and Brooks continually misunderstand each other and their romantic feelings, which are, of course, for each other, but seem to be for others."
"Well-researched yet heartbreaking scenes shed light on the horrors of concentration camps, as well as the contrasting beauty behind the prisoners’ artwork."
"Vivid details, excellent prose, a pleasing, steady pace and a satisfying mystery combine in Gray’s latest. She is a skilled storyteller..."