TELL ME by Lisa Jackson
“Superstar Jackson revives characters last seen nearly a decade ago in The Morning After by returning to Savannah, Ga., and picking up with the exploits of reporter Nikki Gillette and Det. Pierce Reed. Now engaged, they find that there’s still friction between their chosen professions. Jackson delivers another tale rife with old secrets, twisted relationships and murder!” – RT Book Reviews, 4.5 Stars

OF GRAVE CONCERN by Max McCoy
“Even if you’re put off by first-person narratives or paranormal elements in mysteries, McCoy will change your mind with an entrancing, fascinating book with riveting characters. He draws you into his world, and you’ll want to explore all his books after delving into this one.” – RT Book Reviews, 4.5 Stars, TOP PICK

DIRTY ROTTEN LIAR by Noire
“In the author’s own words, “This here ain’t no romance; it’s an urban erotic tale.” Noire’s trilogy starring master con artist Mink LaRue solidifies her seat among the vanguard of African-American authors who dare to write riveting erotica that stirs more than one’s loins. The characters are as indelible as the exhilarating drama that increases your pulse with every mind-blowing scene. Dirty Rotten Liar takes you from the ghetto to billionaire row, and the lanes merge as readers go along for the ride.” – RT Book Reviews, 4.5 Stars, TOP PICK

DREAM WITH LITTLE ANGELS by Michael Hiebert
“Hiebert’s debut is an atmospheric mystery told in first person by a young boy grappling with changing family dynamics and tragic events in his small town. Part mystery, part coming-of-age story, this sometimes humorous tale is a delight.” – RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

GOTCHA! By Fern Michaels
“Surprise! Readers thought Michaels’ Sisterhood series ended and they would not get any more adventures with the sisterhood. But, boy, do they get a doozy with the 21st book in this beloved series. Characters are written well, and very well thought out, and the storyline is like a grand roller-coaster ride, with dips and sharp curves. Michaels has outdone herself in this one.” – RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

CAN’T KEEP A BAD BRIDE DOWN by Miranda Parker
“The latest Angel Crawford mystery is a frenetic ride with lots of references to people and cases from previous books. It’s still a fun read with plenty of action, some sadness and a good dose of humor. The ending guarantees that Angel will be back for more.” – RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

BUCKING THE RULES by Kat Murray
“Murray revisits the Muldoon siblings in her latest Roped & Wrangled story, this time starring brother Trace. Single father Trace’s devotion to his son and his easygoing approach to parenthood provide feel-good vibes, while a commitment-phobic heroine delivers a refreshing reversal of the usual character roles. This is an enjoyable story of two individuals who deserve a happy ending.”– RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

HOW TO BE A SCOTTISH MISTRESS by Adrienne Basso
“Basso displays her knowledge and understanding of medieval Scotland’s constant battle to maintain its independence from England in this powerful romance. Deftly building a sensuous and captivating love story against this backdrop serves to reinforce her characters’ emotions. This poignant story quickly becomes a page-turner and allows readers a unique look at this turbulent time in history.” – RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

THE QUEEN’S RIVALS by Brandy Purdy

“Purdy once again delivers an intriguing view of the Tudor world. This time she tells the bittersweet and tragic story of the three Grey sisters through the eyes of the least well known, Mary. The tumultuous era of Henry VIII, his son Edward and Bloody Mary comes to life through Purdy’s lush, colorful narrative. Filled with minute details of family life and political obligations, The Queen’s Rivals presents readers with an original portrait of these three extraordinary women. A must-read for Tudorphiles.” – RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

INVISIBLE by Marni Bates
“Bates’ latest is doozy. Her leading lady is the quintessential awkward teen, eager to find her place in life. Readers will follow her willingly as she moves from one disaster to another. Give this one a try.” – RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

FORSAKEN BY THE OTHERS by Jess Haines
“The H&W Investigations series is constantly evolving and challenging expectations, and Haines once again shows that she isn’t afraid to let her characters develop, often with surprising results. This fifth, quick-paced, immediately engrossing installment features a wealth of new characters and a new setting in her dark, dangerous and delightful world.” – RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

THE GIRL OF HIS DREAMS by Amir Abrams
“Abrams again tantalizes us, getting into the mind-set of the young, gifted and beautiful. Miesha and Antonio are teens with real troubles — and they’re so full of themselves! Both their fathers have influenced their lives: Antonio has the same love ’em and leave ’em attitude as his dad, while Miesha’s father has taught her not to trust guys — just use them for what they can buy for you.” – RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

THE MISS EDUCATION OF DR EXETER by Jillian Stone
“The third book in Stone’s Phaeton Black, Paranormal Investigator series wraps up the cliffhanger of the previous book. Stone’s multilayered worldbuilding skills are evident.” – RT Book Reviews

THE SUMMER EVERYTHING CHANGED by Holly Chamberlin
“Chamberlin does a great job of portraying the local and summer residents of her beach town setting of Ogunquit, Maine. Her characters are interesting and sympathetic. ” – RT Book Reviews

HIS SLAVE by Vonna Harper
“The BDSM action is not for the faint of heart, and the men are not likely to be coming home to meet Mother.” – RT Book Reviews

DEATH OF A CHEF by Alexander Campion
“Campion’s novel is full of the charm of French culture and language.”– RT Book Reviews

DEATH OF A COUPON CLIPPER by Lee Hollis
“This mystery is light and entertaining…an easy read on a lazy afternoon.”– RT Book Reviews

EVENING BAGS AND EXECUTIONS by Dorothy Howell
“Howell’s latest is appealing, full of light and breezy writing, a lovable cast of characters and touches of humor.”– RT Book Reviews

THE NINE FOLD HEAVEN by Mingmei Yip
“The Nine Fold Heaven is a story of gangsters and forbidden love in 1930s Shanghai.”– RT Book Reviews