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Marvelous March releases

Time for my March books round up, it being the first and all, before I launch debut week here on my blog.  If you've given up any hope of global warming and just want to curl up all cozy with a good book, I have a few to suggest:



March 1:
BRIDE OF THE WOLF by Susan Krinard
Susan Krinard is a bestselling and award-winning paranormal romance writer.  Romantic Times honored her with the Lifetime Achievement Award for Contemporary New Reality and with several Reviewers' Choice "Best" awards.  You can read an excerpt of Bride of the Wolf, her latest werewolf romance,
here on her website.

March 2:

MOTHERHOOD IS MURDER by Diana Orgain
Diana is one of my debut authors, who will be guest blogging for me this week (tomorrow, in fact).  MOTHERHOOD IS MURDER is the second in her Maternal Instincts mystery series, following
BUNDLE OF TROUBLE.  You don't have to read the first to appreciate the second, but I don't recommend missing it!  You can read an excerpt of MOTHERHOOD or listen to the promo on her website.

ROADKILL by Rob Thurman
Fifth book in the author's bestselling Cal and Niko urban fantasy series.  You can read excerpts
part 1 and 2 on her website and get a preview of book 6 if you buy the ROADKILL this week (and send a copy of the receipt).  Details here.

REYN’S REDEMPTION by Beth Cornelison
Single Titles says, "Beth Cornelison transplants the reader into the story and gives them the ride of their life up to the climatic ending."  See for yourself?  You can read an excerpt here.


March 23:
READER I MARRIED HIM
by Janet Mullany
A wonderful erotic e-novella based on Jane Eyre.

March 30:

IN THE DARKEST NIGHT by Patti O’Shea
Publishers Weekly raves in their starred review for IN THE DARKEST NIGHT, "O'Shea's fourth Light Warriors romance is a riveting thrill ride that will keep her readers enthralled."  There's
an excerpt for this one too!
 

DEATH BLOWS by DD Barant
This unique urban fantasy, sequel to DYING BITES (finalist for Best Urban Fantasy by Romantic Times), received a 4 1/2 Star Top Pick! Rating from RT, which calls it "as impressive as the first.... Fast-paced, fun and not to be missed!" 

Tags: beth cornelison, dd barant, diana orgain, janet mullany, new releases, patti o'shea, rob thurman, susan krinard
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