After I went to Romancing the Capital, I came home with a list of new writers to try and I found some who I really liked. Then almost all my favourites had new releases in June, and I read even more. Here are some of my recommendations:
Fur-bidden by Milly Taiden – the first in the short-story trilogy. Hot were-bears going after what they want. Very steamy.
Unlovable (The Case Files of Dr. Matilda Schmidt, Paranormal Psycologist) by Cynthia St. Aubin – FREE – Matilda was just a normal shrink working her normal job when the mob appeared, right about the same time as Cupid. Now she’s trying to get his arrow up while in custody of a mob cleaner. It’s freaking hilarous.
The Bear Who Wouldn’t Leave by J.H. Moncrieff. I’ve know about this books since since it was a gleam in the author’s eye. Then I read it and it creeped my out from the first line. Gah, horrors where kids are targetted are hard for me to read by I couldn’t stop. This is a must read if you are any kind of horror fan.
Fashionably Dead by Robyn Peterman – FREE – I wasn’t sure where this book was going when I started but it ended up in Funs-ville. Vampire sororities, a buffed out Richard Simmons-type fairy bodyguard, and ensuing wackiness. (If you want weres – including werecows – try her other series starting with Ready to Were).
When an Alpha Purrs by Eve Langlais – If you are noticing a theme where I like my romance with a hefty dose of humour, you won’t be surprised by this recommendation. The town of Wilder is going to be a lot of fun to read about with these sexy were-lions on the prowl.
Not to mention, Nalini Singh’s new Psy-Changling book Shards of Hope came out this week. (It’s a good, meaty read. I’m still working my way through it.) And Kristen Ashley’s latest Chaos book Ride Steady comes out at the end of the month. I can’t wait.