Friday, July 13, 2012Posted by Diana Quincy at 4:11 PM
There are familiar names on the list, but some of those authors are trying something a little new.
Mary Wine, my mentor from Kensington/Brava's Writing With the Stars contest, is out with her first steam punk novel, A Lady Can Never Be Too Curious.
Lydia Dare's Wolfishly Yours is set in Regency England, but her protagonists are werewolves who have to be tamed to meet society's strictures.
Another of my favorite authors, Miranda Neville, visits the Georgian era with The Importance of Being Wicked, a new series featuring reckless art collectors and how far they'll go for the prizes they want.
Here's the complete list:
The Importance of Being Wicked by Miranda Neville
Wolfishly Yours by Lydia Dare
A Lady Can Never Be Too Curious by Mary Wine
Summerset Abbey by T. J. Brown
Tallie’s Hero by Sara Luck
Running Wild by Linda Howard and Linda Jones
Close Enough to Touch by Victoria Dahl
The Inn at Rose Harbor by Debbie Macomber
When Lightning Strikes by Brenda Novak
Touch Me Now by Donna Hill