Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Yesterday we got approximately 12 inches of snow here and today the temperatures are in the single digits. If that's not a good excuse to cuddle up with a fluffy blanket and a good book, I don't know what is. Fortunately there are plenty of new reads to escape in this week.
Choose from "Paper or Plastic," by Vivi Barnes in Young Adult plus "I'll Meet You There," by Heather Demetrios, "Invaded," by Melissa Landers, "How Not Fall In Love," by Lisa Brown Roberts and "Something True," by Kiernan Scott.
Take the edge of your post Superbowl withdraw with "Quarterback Draw," by Jaci Burton. Other new releases in Romance include "Overcome," by Lora Leigh, "Closer Than You Think," by Karen Rose, and "Hero," by Samantha Young.
Find yourself "Among Thieves," by John Clarkson and pick up "Death of a Liar," by M.C. Beaton, "Crash & Burn," by Lisa Gardener, "The Chessmen," by Peter May or "The Replacements," by David Putman in Mystery/Thriller.
Check out "Dark Intelligence," by Neal Asher, "Trigger Warning: Short Stories and Disturbances," by Neil Gaiman, and "Love in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction," by Judd Trichler in Science Fiction/Fantasy.
Will any of these books make your "to-read" list? Share with us! Happy reading and remember to support your local book stores whenever possible.