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This week’s top is: Ten Books On My Fall 2013 TBR List. I have a rather large to be read list, but these are the ones I’m most looking forward to.
01. Jennifer Laam’s The Secret Daughter of the Tsar
An alternate history regarding the Romanov family and about the possibility of a fifth daughter being smuggled out of Russia. The Romanovs have always fascinated me and I’m looking forward to this!
02. Charles Finch’s An Old Betrayal
I’m a big fan of Charlie’s books and I have an ARC of this November release which I’ll be reading soon. As a fan of his Lenox series, I just wait to see what Lenox has been up to since the last release and I’m hoping we get more of McConnell since he wasn’t in the last one.
03. Sherry Thomas’ The Luckiest Lady in London
It’s no secret that I’m a total Sherry Thomas fangirl! When I heard we were getting a slightly evil hero, I actually laughed with glee! I’m going to have so much fun reading this.
04. Elizabeth Hoyt’s Duke of Midnight
The Duke of Wakefield always captured my heart even if he played a minor role in the background. The fact he gets his own book and the fact he’s also one of the Ghost of St. Giles? I’m so there!
05. Jessica Lemmon’s Hard to Handle
I’m quite looking forward to see if Aiden can be redeemed after what he did to Sadie and I’m hoping to see Sadie avenged for what her sister did.
06. Veronica Roth’s Allegiant
Well since I just read Divergent for the first time last month and I’m just about finished with Insurgent, I need to complete this! Then I can read the short stories in Four’s POV.
07. Nikki Worrell’s Goalie Interference
Vlad and Zoe just simmered with sexual tension in The Enforcer, but alas Zoe’s job prevents them from being able to be together. You know they finally will in this book!
08. Toni Aleo’s Blue Lines
Toni has said that she wanted kill Erik as she wrote this book and she HATED him. I’m quite looking forward to see how he’s redeemed. 😀
09. Heartache Motel by Terri L. Austin, Larissa Reinhart, and LynDee Walker
3 novellas interconnected written by some of Henery Press’ best authors? Yes, please! Plus there’s bound to be some Elvis fun!
10: John Searles’ No Help for the Haunted
Ah, this is set to release on the 17th and it sounds so interesting! A teenage girl goes to live with her sister after her parents disappear, but here’s the kick: her sister may have been involved in their disappearance. Her parents were also spirit guides and helped people cross over. oooh spooky!
What’s on your Fall 2013 list?