New Releases July 1-8 and Reader’s Choice Contest

Saddle up—it’s gonna be a long trail ride today, and we have so many new book releases, I’m doing TWO Reader’s Choice giveaways. So settle in, and see what’s new! As always, international giveaway at the end.

RELEASING JULY 1
Flashback, by Dan Simmons
(July 1, Reagan Arthur Books)
The United States is near total collapse. But 87 percent of the population doesn’t care: they’re addicted to flashback, a drug that allows its users to re-experience the best moments of their lives. After ex-detective Nick Bottom’s wife died in a car accident, he went under the flash to be with her; he’s lost his job, his teenage son, and his livelihood. When he is hired to investigate the murder of a top governmental advisor’s son, this flashback addict becomes the one man who may be able to change the course of a nation. SF
Heartless, by Gail Carriger
(July 1, Orbit)
Lady Alexia Maccon, soulless, is at it again, only this time the trouble is not her fault. When a mad ghost threatens the queen, Alexia is on the case, following a trail that leads her deep into her husband’s past. Top that off with a sister who has joined the suffragette movement (shocking!), Madame Lefoux’s latest mechanical invention, and a plague of zombie porcupines, and Alexia barely has time to remember she happens to be eight months pregnant. Fourth in the Parasol Protectorate series. SF
In the Heat of the Bite, by Lydia Dare
(July 1, Sourcebooks Casablanca)
Chivalry is far from undead. Matthew Halkett, Earl of Blodswell, is one of the few men in the ton who can claim to be a knight in shining armor—because that’s precisely what he was before being turned into a vampyre. When he spies a damsel in distress in the midst of a storm in Hyde Park, his natural instinct is to rush to her aid. But not every woman needs to be rescued. Weather-controlling witch Rhiannon Sinclair isn’t caught in a storm—she’s the cause of it. Second in the Regency Vampyre trilogy. PNR
Touch if You Dare, by Stephanie Rowe
(July 1, Sourcebooks Casablanca)
He’s just about the hottest warrior she’s ever seen. Reina Fleming really appreciates a man who’s on a mission—especially when he’s a badass warrior doing his best to impress her. And Jarvis is charmed by the way Reina’s magic touch can soothe his dark side. But when Jarvis’s attention puts her job, her home, and her family in danger, Reina has to decide whether love is worth the price. Second in the Soulfire series. PNR
What a Goddess Wants, by Stephanie Julian
(July 1, Sourcebooks Casablanca)
It’s okay that no one remembers Etruscan Sun goddess Tessa. But when a demon threatens her life, she must turn to mythology’s darkest warrior for protection. Caligo of the Cimmerians has never met a woman as warm, sunny and inviting as Tessa. Their sizzling mutual attraction quickly sweeps the two of them into a love story that’s worthy of the gods. First in the Forgotten Goddesses series. PNR
RELEASING JULY 4
Bond with Me, by Anne Marsh
(July 4, Dorchester)
Fallen angels rule Moscow’s seedy underworld, promising untold pleasure to the females who dare to mate them. That promise—and Brends Duranov’s own raw sexual power—has hopefuls mobbing the velvet rope outside his elite club G2’s. But Mischka Baran has no intention of hooking up with one of the Fallen. She’s after information. What she doesn’t know is that with a sadistic killer carving up his brethren, Brends is hunting the one woman whose bond can restore his lost wings. First in the Fallen series. PNR
Lost Voices, by Sarah Porter
(July 4, Harcourt Children’s)
Fourteen-year-old Luce has had a tough life, but she reaches the depths of despair when she is assaulted and left on the cliffs outside a grim, gray Alaskan fishing village. She expects to die when she tumbles into the icy waves below, but instead undergoes an astonishing transformation and becomes a mermaid. Luce is thrilled with her new life until she discovers the catch: the mermaids feel an uncontrollable desire to drown seafarers, using their enchanted voices to lure ships into the rocks. Will Luce be pressured into committing mass murder? YA
RELEASING JULY 5
7th Sigma, by Steven Gould
(July 5, Tor)
Welcome to the territory. Leave your metal behind, all of it. The bugs will eat it, and they’ll go right through you to get it. Don’t carry it, don’t wear it, and for god’s sake don’t come here if you’ve got a pacemaker. The bugs showed up about 50 years ago—self-replicating, solar-powered, metal-eating machines. They don’t like water, so they’ve stayed in the desert Southwest. People still live here, but they do it without metal. Kimble Monroe was born here, and he is extraordinarily well adapted to it. He’s one in a million. Maybe one in a billion. SF
Blood Secrets, by Jeannie Holmes
(July 5, Bantam)
Alex allowed a case involving murdered vamps to get personal and is suspended from the Federal Bureau of Preternatural Investigation. Now she’s facing an official inquiry but has a chance to redeem herself. The catch: She must once again work with Varik Baudelaire, her former mentor and ex-fiancé, as he spearheads a search for a missing college student. But Varik has been keeping secrets from Alex, and his mysterious past is on a collision course with his present. Second in the Alexandra Sabian series. UF.
Bloodlust, by Michelle Rowen
(July 5, Berkley Sensation)
Jillian Conrad’s blood has killed the vampire king. Now an enemy to all vampires, she is targeted for elimination. So is the infant daughter of the dead king. If Jillian doesn’t stand in the way of her death, then everyone, living or dead, is in great peril. Second in the Nightshade series. UF
Citadels of the Lost, by Tracy Hickman
(July 5, Daw)
The fates of Drakis, former slave warrior of the elven empire of Rhonas, and Soen, former Inquisitor of the Iblisi, are inexorably tied to the magic of Aether—lifeblood of the elven empire and the cause of humanity’s fall. As each searches for the truth beyond legends, he must face his own destiny: Drakis amid the ruins of humanity’s Lost Citadels; Soen in a desperate race to seize control of the farthest Aether Well of the empire. Second in the Annals of Drakis series. F
Cold Touch, by Leslie Parrish
(July 5, Signet)
Since being gifted—or cursed—with the ability to touch a lifeless body and relive the deceased’s final moments, Olivia Wainwright has died a hundred deaths. Though he doesn’t believe in psychics, Savannah Detective Gabe Cooper offers her a glimmer of light. As their bond deepens, Gabe can’t refuse when she needs his help solving a crime that’s haunted her for over a decade—her own murder. Second in the Extrasensory Agents series. UF
Dead Iron, by Devon Monk
(July 5, Roc)
In steam age America, men, monsters, machines, and magic battle for the same scrap of earth and sky. In this chaos, bounty hunter Cedar Hunt rides, cursed by lycanthropy and carrying the guilt of his brother’s death. Then he’s offered hope that his brother may yet survive. All he has to do is find the Holder: a powerful device created by mad devisers-and now in the hands of an ancient Strange who was banished to walk this Earth. First in a new Age of Steam series. SF
Deceived by the Others, by Jess Haines
(July 5, Zebra)
After a few bumps, Shia is ready to get serious with sexy werewolf Chaz. That means bringing his entire pack along for a full-moon weekend in the Catskills. Soon after they arrive, threatening notes appear, then their cabin is ransacked. As rumours about her vampire connections arouse the pack’s hostility, Shia has to contend with other, potentially fatal dangers. Third in the H&W Investigations series. UF
The Eternal Ones, by Kirsten Miller
(July 5, Razorbill)
Haven Moore has always lived in the town of Snope City, Tenn., where she experiences visions of a past life as a girl named Constance, whose love for a boy called Ethan ended in fiery tragedy. One day, the sight of notorious playboy Iain Morrow on television brings Haven to her knees. Haven flees to New York City to find Iain and there, she is swept up in an epic love affair that feels both deeply fated and terribly dangerous. Is Iain her beloved Ethan? Or is he her murderer from a past life? First in a new series. YA
The First Days, by Rhiannon Frater
(July 5, Tor)
The morning the world ends, Katie is getting ready for court and housewife Jenni is taking care of her family. Less than two hours later, they are fleeing for their lives from a zombie horde. Thrown together by circumstance, Jenni and Katie become a powerful zombie-killing partnership, mowing down zombies as they rescue Jenni’s stepson from an infected campground. They find sanctuary in a tiny, roughly fortified Texas town—only it doesn’t provide refuge for long. First in the As The World Dies trilogy. UF
Grave Dance, by Kalayna Price
(July 5, Roc)
After a month of downtime, Grave Witch Alex Craft is ready to get back to solving murders by raising the dead. With her love life in turmoil, Alex is eager for the distractions of work. But when her new case forces her to overuse her magic, it might be the last mystery the Grave Witch ever gets to solve. Second in the Alex Craft series. UF
Hammered, by Kevin Hearne
(July 5, Del Rey)
Thor, the Norse god of thunder, is worse than a blowhard and a bully—he’s ruined countless lives and killed scores of innocents. After centuries, Viking vampire Leif Helgarson is ready to get his vengeance, and he’s asked his friend Atticus O’Sullivan, the last of the Druids, to help take down this Norse nightmare. Things are heating up in Atticus’s home base of Tempe, Arizona. There’s a vampire turf war brewing, and Russian demon hunters are running rampant. Despite portents of dire consequences, Atticus and Leif journey to the Norse plain of Asgard, where they team up with a werewolf, a sorcerer, and an army of frost giants for an epic showdown against vicious Valkyries, angry gods, and the hammer-wielding Thunder Thug himself. Third in the Iron Druid Chronicles series. UF/F
Heaven’s Shadow, by David S. Goyer and Michael Cassutt
(July 5, Ace)
Three years ago, an enormous object was spotted on a trajectory with Earth’s sun. Now its journey is almost over. As it approaches, two competing manned vehicles race through almost half a million kilometers of space to reach it first. But when they both arrive on the entity, they learn it has been sent toward Earth for a reason. An intelligent race is desperately attempting to communicate with our primitive species. And the message is: Help us. SF
Honeyed Words, by J.A. Pitts
(July 5, Tor)
Sarah Beauhall is a blacksmith, has a night job as a props manager for a low-budget movie, and spends her free time fighting in a medieval re-enactment group. On top of all this, Sarah has managed to reforge an ancient sword that everyone suddenly wants—and those who don’t want the weapon want Sarah to take on her destiny and become humanity’s saviour. As Sarah tries to make her way in this new world, she discovers just how little she knows of reality.  Fairies and dwarves and giants abound, and the fault line of the Pacific Northwest is rife with ancient Norse magic. Second in the Black Blade series. UF
My Life as a White Trash Zombie, by Diana Rowland
(July 5, Daw)
Teenage delinquent Angel Crawford lives with her redneck father in the swamps of southern Louisiana. She’s a high school dropout, addicted to drugs and alcohol, and has a police record a mile long. But when she’s made into a zombie after a car crash, her addictions disappear, except for her all-consuming need to stay “alive.” UF
Naked City: Tales of Urban Fantasy, anthology edited by Ellen Datlow
(July 5, St. Martin’s Griffin)
Twenty paranormal authors contribute to this collection of original stories, including Jim Butcher, Patricia Briggs, Delia Sherman, Ellen Kushner, Peter S. Beagle, Lavie Tidhar, Melissa Marr, Holly Black, Christopher Fowler, Richard Bowes, Pat Cadigan, Naomi Novik, Matthew Kressel, Kit Reed, Nathan Ballingrud, John Crowley, Jeffrey Ford, Lucius Shepard, Caitlin Kiernan, and Elizabeth Bear. UF
Night Veil, by Yasmine Galenorn
(July 5, Berkley)
Cicely Waters had always thought she was simply one of the magic-born—a witch who can control the wind—but recently she discovered she’s also one of the shifting Fae. Now she must perfect her gift. Because Cicely and her friends may have escaped from Myst and her Shadow Hunters, but Myst has managed to capture the Fae Prince who holds Cicely’s heart. Second in the Indigo Court series. PNR
Original Sin, by Lisa Desrochers
(July 5, Tor Teen)
Luc Cain was born and raised in Hell, but he isn’t feeling as demonic as usual lately—thanks to Frannie Cavanaugh and the unique power she never realized she had. But you can’t desert Hell without consequences, and suddenly Frannie and Luc find themselves targeted by the same demons who used to be Luc’s allies. Left with few options, Frannie and Luc accept the protection of Heaven and one of its most powerful angels, Gabe. Unfortunately, Luc isn’t the only one affected by Frannie, and it isn’t long before Gabe realizes that being around her is too, too tempting. Second in the Personal Demons series. YA
Outlander: 20th Anniversary Edition, by Diana Gabaldon
(July 5, Delacorte)
Twenty years ago, Diana Gabaldon swept readers into her world brimming with history, romance, and adventure. In celebration of the series, a 20th-anniversary edition of the first novel is being released, including a new essay, a new map, a CD with Outlander the musical, and more. The year is 1945. Claire Randall is traveling with her husband when she touches a boulder in one of the ancient stone circles that dot the British Isles. Suddenly, she is hurled back in time to a Scotland torn by war and raiding border clans in the year 1743. Catapulted into the intrigues of lairds and spies that may threaten her life, she soon realizes that an alliance with James Fraser, a gallant young Scots warrior, might be the only way to survive. F
Overbite, by Meg Cabot
(July 5, William Morrow)
The Palatine Guard—a powerful secret demon-hunting unit of the Vatican—has hired Meena Harper to work at their new branch in Lower Manhattan. With Meena’s ability to predict how everyone she meets will die, the Palatine finally has a chance against the undead. But Meena isn’t the Palatine’s only hope. Father Henrique, New York City’s youngest, most charming priest, has also been assigned to the case. So why doesn’t Meena trust him? As she begins unraveling the truth, Meena finds her loyalties tested, her true feelings laid bare, and temptations she never imagined impossible to resist. Second in the Insatiable series. UF
Ring of Fire III, edited by Eric Flint
(July 5, Baen)
Another collection of tales by a star-studded array of top writers such as bestseller Mercedes Lackey and Eric Flint himself are all set in Flint’s Ring of Fire series. A cosmic accident sets the modern West Virginia town of Grantville down in war-torn 17th-century Europe. It will take all the gumption of the resourceful, freedom-loving up-timers to find a way to flourish in the mad and bloody end of medieval times. Are they up for it? This is the third collection of Grantville tales edited by Eric Flint and inspired by his novel 1632. SF
Rule 34, by Charles Stross
(July 5, Ace)
DI Liz Kavanaugh: You realize policing Internet porn is your life and your career went down the pan five years ago. But when a fetishist dies on your watch, the Rule 34 Squad moves from low priority to worryingly high profile. Anwar: As an ex-con, you’d like to think your identity fraud days are over. Especially as you’ve landed a legit job (through a shady mate). The Toymaker: Your meds are wearing off and people are stalking you through Edinburgh’s undergrowth. But that’s ok, because as a distraction, you’re project manager of a sophisticated criminal operation. So how do bizarre domestic fatalities, dodgy downloads, and a European spamming network fit together? Second in the Halting State series. SF?
Conspiracies, by Mercedes Lackey and
Rosemary Edghill (July 5, Tor Teen)
Spirit and her friends Burke, Loch, Muirin, and Addie have managed to defeat the evil force that has been killing students at Oakhurst Academy for the past forty years—or so they think. When a series of magical attacks disrupts the school, Doctor Ambrosius calls upon alumnus Mark Rider to secure the campus—and start training the students for war. Second in the Shadow Grail series. YA
A Shot in the Dark, by K.A. Stewart
(July 5, Roc)
Jesse James Dawson is a Champion, putting his life on the line for those foolish enough to bargain with demons and fighting to save their souls. But even a Champion needs some downtime, so Jesse takes his annual camping trip to Colorado for some male bonding over friendly games of paintball. Unfortunately, the fun and war games are interrupted by a pack of creatures summoned up from the very depths of hell by an entity Jesse prayed he’d never see again. Second in the Jesse James Dawson series. UF
The Siren’s Cry, by Jennifer Anne Kogler
(July 5, HarperTeen)
Fern is not like other girls. She has strange and vivid visions and has the ability to teleport—anywhere, anytime. Fern is an Otherworldly, a special kind of vampire that lives in the human world. On a school trip to Washington, D.C., Fern has a dramatic vision that reveals another Otherworldly in grave danger. She must put together the pieces of where he is and why he’s been taken. Second in the Otherworldlies series. YA
Sirensong, by Jenna Black
(July 5, St. Martin’s Griffin)
When Dana is invited to Faerie to be officially presented at the Seelie Court, it’s no easy decision. After all, everyone knows Titania, the Seelie Queen, wants her dead. But she and her father do as they’re told. When a violent attack separates Dana from their caravan, the sexy Erlking saves her, but makes it clear that he hasn’t given up on making her his own. When Dana is implicated in an assassination attempt against Titania’s granddaughter, she becomes a fugitive. Will she be able to prove her innocence before the forces of the Seelie Court or, worse, the Erlking catch up with her? Third in the Faeriewalker series. YA
Skin Dive, by Ava Gray
(July 5, Berkley Sensation)
Gillie is a fugitive, determined never to be bound again. Because of her special gift, her former captors intend to retrieve her—by any means necessary. Taye can’t remember much about his past, but with a bounty hunter hounding them, he’ll do anything to assure Gillie’s safety and preserve her innocence—for himself. Fourth in the Skin series. PNR
The Snow Queen’s Shadow, by Jim C. Hines
(July 5, Daw)
When a spell gone wrong shatters Snow White’s enchanted mirror, a demon escapes into the world. The demon’s magic distorts the vision of all it touches, showing them only ugliness and hate. It is a power that turns even friends and lovers into mortal foes, one that will threaten humans and fairies alike. The fourth Princess novel. F
A Taste of the Nightlife, by Sarah Zettel
(July 5, Signet)
Charlotte Caine isn’t called “the Vampire Chef” because she’s a member of New York’s undead community. She just cooks for them. Her restaurant, Nightlife, is poised to take the top slot in the world of “haute noir” cuisine. But when a drunk customer causes a scene, a glowing review from the city’s top food critic doesn’t seem likely, especially when that customer winds up dead on Nightlife’s doorstep. First in the Vampire Chef series. UF
Undead and Undermined, by MaryJanice Davidson
(July 5, Berkley)
Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor thought she couldn’t die. So what’s she doing in the morgue? It could have something to do with a time-traveling trip she made, and a foe with a wicked agenda that could finally be the real death of Betsy—if she’s not careful. Tenth in the Undead series. UF
Undercurrents, by Robert Buettner
(July 5, Baen)
Ace intelligence operative Lt. Jazen Parker parachutes into Tressel, a planet which resembles Earth in its Paleozoic era, on a mission to bring down the local politicos. He quickly realizes he’s been handed a near-impossible task. Tressel is a politically-quarantined nightmare world with a culture confined to iron rivet technology and a ruling regime a bit to the right of Heinrich Himmler. Jazen’s inclined to abandon this particular hellhole to its ways—until he uncovers a plot afoot that will throw a 500-planet alliance into the death-throes of anarchy. Second in the Orphan’s Legacy series. SF
Vampire Instinct, by Joey W. Hill
(July 5, Berkley)
As servant to vampire mistress Lady Daniela, Elisa is unwaveringly devoted—but she recoils at one shocking request: destroy the untamed, undead children entrusted to her care. There is one desperate option: Malachi, a Native American vampire who is a legend for his work with rehabilitating feline predators. And as Malachi struggles to control the young ones’ impulses, he opens himself up to those of Elisa and the passion they share for the night could seal their fates forever. Seventh in the Vampire Queen series. PNR
Viper Moon, by Lee Roland
(July 5, Signet)
Cassandra Archer is the Huntress. She has faithfully served the Earth Mother for years, rescuing kidnapped children from monsters, both human and supernatural, dwelling in the ruins of the Barrows District. But when two children are kidnapped under similar circumstances, all clues point to a cataclysmic event on the next dark moon. Now Cass must race against the clock and prevent a sacrifice that could destroy the entire town. UF
Vortex, by Robert Charles Wilson
(July 5, Tor)
Vortex tells the story of Turk Findley, the protagonist introduced in Axis, who is transported ten thousand years into the future by the mysterious entities called “the Hypotheticals.” In this future humanity exists on a chain of planets connected by Hypothetical gateways, but Earth itself is a dying world, effectively quarantined. Turk and his young friend Isaac Dvali are taken up by a community of fanatics who use them to enable a passage to the dying Earth, where they believe a prophecy of human/Hypothetical contact will be fulfilled. Third in the Spin series. SF
Wild Cards and Iron Horses, by Sheryl Nantus
(July 5, Samhain)
During the recent Civil War, a soldier risked his life to save Jonathan Handleston—and lost. With the help of an advanced metal brace on his crippled hand, Jon now travels from one poker tournament to the next, determined to earn enough money to repay the man’s debt. Prosperity Ridge is supposed to be the last stop on his quest, but his brace is broken and he needs an engineer to repair the delicate mechanisms. The only one available is Samantha Weatherly, a beautiful anomaly in a world ruled by men. Sam is no fool. Jon is no different from any other gambler—except for his amazing prosthetic. Despite a demanding project to win a critical contract to develop an iron horse, she succumbs to the lure of working on the delicate mechanisms. And working with the handsome Englishman. Like a spring being coiled, Samantha and Jon are inexorably drawn together. Sam begins to realize honor wears many faces, and she becomes the light at the end of Jon’s journey to redemption. The only monkey wrench is Victor, a rival gambler who will stop at nothing to make sure Jon misses the tournament. Even destroy Jon’s and Sam’s lives. PNR
The Year’s Best Science Fiction: 28th Annual Collection,
edited by Gardner Dozois (July 5, St. Martin’s Griffin)
This venerable collection brings together award-winning authors and masters of the field such as Robert Reed, Alastair Reynolds, Damien Broderick, Carrie Vaughn, Ian R. MacLeod and Cory Doctorow. And with an extensive recommended reading guide and a summation of the year in science fiction, this annual compilation has become the definitive must-read anthology for science fiction fans. SF
RELEASING JULY 8
The Serpent’s Coil, by Christy Raedeke
(July 8, Flux)
After discovering that Uncle Li betrayed her and the Fraternitas Regni Occulti burned down her family’s house, Caity Mac Fireland retreats to a boarding school that allows her to travel around the globe. With the murderous Fraternitas hot on her heels, Caity continues to mobilize the planet’s young people as she attempts to fulfill the Mayan prophecy. Second in the Prophecy of Days series. YA
YIKES! So, can you choose one from out of that bunch?? I’ll pick two winners this time around, so let me know what you pick! As always, four entries possible: +1 for comment, +1 for blog follow, +1 for Twitter follow @Suzanne_Johnson and +1 for a Tweet or Retweet. Now….go!
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About Suzanne Johnson

Author of urban and paranormal fantasy and romantic suspense, currently living in Auburn, Alabama. Author of the Sentinels of New Orleans series (Royal Street; River Road: Elysian Fields, Pirate's Alley, and Belle Chasse (Nov 2016). Writing as Susannah Sandlin, she is the author of the Penton Legacy series (Redemption; Absolution; Omega; Storm Force; Allegiance); The Collectors series (Lovely, Dark, and Deep; Deadly, Calm, and Cold); and the upcoming Wilds of the Bayou series (Book 1, Wild Man's Curse) releases April 2016).

62 thoughts on “New Releases July 1-8 and Reader’s Choice Contest

  1. Hi Suzanne.
    This weeks list is amazing.
    I want to try for Stephanie Rowe’s books. I have not read her and the story sounds great.

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  2. Wow! There’s so many to choose from. I’m going to have to pick Michelle Rowen’s Bloodlust. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  3. What a great list of releases! There’s a number here that have made it onto my wish list. I REALLY want a copy of Iron Duke – so that’s my pick for the contest.

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  4. I love, love, LOVE Betsy! *-* I know a lot of people gave up on the series, but I have all 9 titles, and just finished re-reading them while waiting for Undead and Undermined to come out!!! 😀 It’s getting better and better, Ms Davidson!
    thank you for he giveaway!!! So many goodies! A lot of those are on TBR list now. LOL

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  5. I would choose Skin Dive by Ava Gray. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  6. Whew, almost got a little seasick with all the up & down scrolling I was doing! What a great week, I’m going to have to go with Outlander, I’ve always wanted to read this one and just haven’t done it yet.

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  7. Wow, there ARE a ton of books released this week! Heaven’s Shadow looks most interesting, I think.

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  8. thank you for the giveaway, I’d love to have Vampire Instinct.
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  9. Thank you for another wonderful giveaway. So many to choose from, but I have to go with Outlander: 20th Anniversary Edition, by Diana Gabaldon. Seems everyone has read it and I really want to try it!

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  10. Holy crapsix there are so many!
    Overbite is my book of choice.
    Wow I am speechless by these reads.

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  11. ohh I want a copy of Touch if you Dare. I love this series.

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  12. That is a stack!
    I am looking forward to reading:
    The First Days.

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  13. Well, it’s been moments since I started to look for the most interesting book and it’s still hard to decide between them. I’ve already got my hands on The Serpent’s Coil, so that’s out 😛
    So I think I would like to get What a Goddess Wants by Stephanie Julian ;]

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  14. Hard to choose this week, but since I already have Heartless, I’m going to pick Naked City. Pretty please?

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  15. This is one giveaway I try never too miss as the books on offer are always superb !

    This time I would be interested in The Year’s Best Science Fiction: 28th Annual Collection,
    edited by Gardner Dozois.

    I haven’t read any good SF short stories in quite a while.

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  16. OMG..what an amazing list & we’re only allowed to choose ONE?! In agony of indecision….

    OK: Dead Iron, by Devon Monk.
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  17. I would absolutely love to get In the Heat of the Bite. I love Lydia Dare. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  18. So difficult to choose! I would love to win a copy of Dead Iron by Devon Monk

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  19. My Life as a White Trash Zombie, by Diana Rowland 🙂

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  20. My, my…this week is very crowded 🙂 there are at least 5 books that I absolutely have to have 🙂 but I would still pick Dead Iron by Devon Monk…steampunk and weird west…sounds really good 🙂 (plus it’s the first in a series ;))

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  21. Whoa talk about a list! I’m pining for “My Life As A White Trash Zombie”.

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  22. wow this is a long list! There at least 3 that I want but I think I would pick Sirensong. Fingers crossed!

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  23. I got a sneak peak at the first few chapters (draft version) of My Life as a White Trash Zombie and I so can’t wait to read the finish product.

    Dawn Chartier

  24. Whoa. That’s a ton of books. I would love Sirensong by Jenna Black. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  25. *sorry forgot my info*

    Really tough choices. I’m a huge Dan Simmons fan, I have also been meaning to read Outlander. But I think I will have to go with 7th Sigma it just sounds really good.

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  26. Darn it! Too many to choose just one! …I barely narrowed it down to 4 MUST haves!

    If I were picked to win, I’d like to ask you to ‘eeny meeny miney moe’ one of these for me, mmmkay? 🙂

    Heartless
    Grave Dance
    Hammered
    Undead and Undermined

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    P.S. I finished My Life As A White Trash Zombie, and I enjoyed it SOOOOO much! Everyone should go out and buy a copy immediately! :p

  27. Viper Moon, by Lee Roland

    Undead and Undermined, by MaryJanice Davidson

    A Taste of the Nightlife, by Sarah Zettel
    The Siren’s Cry, by Jennifer Anne Kogler
    Overbite, by Meg Cabot

    Original Sin, by Lisa Desrochers

    Naked City: Tales of Urban Fantasy, anthology edited by Ellen Datlow

    My Life as a White Trash Zombie, by Diana Rowland

    Grave Dance, by Kalayna Price

    )Deceived by the Others, by Jess Haines
    Cold Touch, by Leslie Parrish

    Bloodlust, by Michelle Rowen

    Blood Secrets, by Jeannie HolmesTouch
    if You Dare, by Stephanie Rowe