20 Reasons to Hit the Bookstore

As if anyone needs a reason to run to their favorite bookstore, but check out all the fabulous titles that have hit the shelves today. There’s a ton of great authors here…why are you still reading this, go to the bookstore now! *grin*

  1. Eternal Prey by Nina Bangs (Gods of the Night)
  2. Killing Rocks by DD Barant (Bloodhound Files)
  3. Ruthless Game by Christine Feehan (Ghostwalker)
  4. Crimson Wind by Diana Pharaoh Francis (Horngate Witches #2)
  5. The Good, The Bad and the Uncanny by Simon R Green (Nightside)
  6. People of the Lightning by Kathleen O’Neal and W. Michael Gear (First North Americans)
  7. People of the Masks by Kathleen O’Neal and W. Michael Gear (First North Americans)
  8. People of the Mist by Kathleen O’Neal and W. Michael Gear (First North Americans)
  9. Hellforged by Nancy Holzner (Deadtown #2)
  10. My Fair Succubi by Jill Myles (Magic Works #2)
  11. Ascension by Caris Roane
  12. The Storyteller by Harold Robbins
  13. Arcane Circle by Linda Robertson
  14. Soul Hunt by Margaret Ronald
  15. Once in a Full Moon by Ellen Schreiber
  16. Fallen Angel by Heather Terrell
  17. Captive Soul by Anna Windsor (Dark Crescent Sisterhood #5)
  18. Sapphique by Catherine Fisher (Incarceron #2)

    The only one who escaped . . . And the one who could destroy them all.

    Incarceron, the living prison, has lost one of its inmates to the outside world: Finn’s escaped, only to find that Outside is not at all what he expected. Used to the technologically advanced, if violently harsh, conditions of the prison, Finn is now forced to obey the rules of Protocol, which require all people to live without technology. To Finn, Outside is just a prison of another kind, especially when Claudia, the daughter of the prison’s warden, declares Finn the lost heir to the throne. When another claimant emerges, both Finn’s and Claudia’s very lives hang on Finn convincing the Court of something that even he doesn’t fully believe.

    Meanwhile, Finn’s oathbrother Keiro and his friend Attia are still trapped inside Incarceron. They are searching for a magical glove, which legend says Sapphique used to escape. To find it, they must battle the prison itself, because Incarceron wants the glove too.

  19. Vampire Crush by AM Robinson

    I swear, my life was always totally normal.

    Normal house, normal family, normal school. My looks are average, I don’t have any superpowers, no one’s showing up to tell me I’m a princess—you get the picture. But when my junior year started, something not normal happened. There were new kids at school . . . new kids with a wardrobe straight out of a 19th-century romance novel, and an inexplicable desire to stay at school until sundown.

    And on top of that, James Hallowell showed up. James, who stole my sandwiches in fourth grade and teased me mercilessly through middle school. James, who now seems to have the power to make my heart race any time he comes near.

    But something weird is going on. Because James rarely goes out during the day. And he seems stronger than your typical guy. And he knows the new kids, all of whom seem to be harboring some kind of deep secret. . . .

  20. Bloody Valentine by Melissa de la Cruz (Blue Bloods)

    Vampires have powers beyond human comprehension: strength that defies logic, speed that cannot be captured on film, the ability to shapeshift and more. But in matters of the heart, no one, not even the strikingly beautiful and outrageously wealthy Blue Bloods, has total control. In Bloody Valentine, bestselling author Melissa de la Cruz offers readers a new story about the love lives of their favorite vamps – the passion and heartache, the hope and devastation, the lust and longing. Combined with all the glitz, glamour, and mystery fans have come to expect, this is sure to be another huge hit in the Blue Bloods series.

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I am a 30-something SAHM with two adorable boys and a supportive husband who is very tolerant of my reading addiction. I love to read and easily go through about a dozen books a month – well I did before I had kids. Now, not so much. After my first son was born, I began to take my hobby of reviewing a little more serious and started Literary Escapism to help with my sanity. I love to discuss the fabulous novels I’ve read and meeting all the wonderful people in the book blogging community has been amazing.

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  1. I’ve already order a couple of these. I wish they wouldn’t release so many books I want to read on the same day.

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