New Releases July 1-7 and Reader’s Choice C*ntest

Better settle in with a notepad and a pen and your caffeine of choice. This week’s list of new releases is huge. I mean, HUGE. Enormous. Humongous. Ridiculous.

First, a commercial interruption. Susannah Sandlin is starting a blog tour today for Redemption, the first in a new paranormal romance series. Today, she’s at the Happy Tails and Tales blog, talking about five reasons why becoming a vampire familiar is a good thing! Over the course of the month, you can comment to be in the running for Redemption prize packs and a $50 Amazon gift card.

Also, please take a minute and go over to the She Wolf Reads blog, where Lee is interviewing the fabulous Cliff Nielsen, who did the cover art for both Royal Street and River Road. She’s also giving away a copy of Royal Street, but even if you have the book I hope you’ll go over and support a great blog and an awesome artist.

Now…Reader’s Choice! As always, leave a comment telling me the book here you’d most like to win, and maybe will make your wishes come true. International? Of course!

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This week’s new releases!

Amity, the Goddess of Health, works as a medical anesthetist, using her remaining goddess powers to help people heal their spirits. Her profession soon brings two masculine Etruscan werewolves, Remy and Rom, into her life. The two werewolves have been searching for a woman powerful enough to handle both of them, but until they meet Amity they’ve never met a woman strong enough. Together they must use the power generated by their love to kill a vicious demon and keep him locked away forever, or risk losing everything.

A Sinister Sense, by Allison Kingsley (July 3, Berkley)

Visions of the future and turning into people’s thoughts come naturally to Clara Quinn thanks to her inherited Quinn Sense. Unfortunately, it offers no insight into her love life—or lack thereof—especially where hardware store owner Rick Sanders is concerned. Clara offers Rick a home for his troublesome dog, Tatters. But Tatters is the least of Rick’s problems when a dead body is discovered in the back of his truck. The victim was seen in the hardware store—and bludgeoned to death with a hammer stolen from there. Clara believes Rick is innocent, but she’s not sure whether that belief comes from the Quinn Sense in her head or simply from a desire in her heart.

Varian, leader of the Na’Chi, a hybrid race of gifted warriors, is cursed with the darker impulses of his demon heritage. Controlling the part of himself that craves the high of the battle is a struggle he’s afraid he’ll lose—until he meets Kymora Tayn, a priestess driven to serve her deity. While he’s unwilling to trust anyone outside his people, he finds himself drawn to Kymora’s strength and passionate nature, and discovers she has the power to calm the darkness inside him. When the Na’Reish raid human territory for blood-slaves and kick start a war, the key to the survival of both races — Na’Chi and human— is an alliance.

For months Darian and her Shaede guardian Raif have searched for the Oracle who attempted to overthrow the Shaede Nation—and kill Darian in the bargain. But now that they’ve finally found the half-crazed Oracle, for their efforts they are granted a possibility too painful for Raif to imagine, and too enticing for Darian to ignore. Darian is determined to reunite Raif and the daughter he thought was dead, but her mission quickly proves dangerous when her lover Tyler is almost killed. And when a brooding and mysterious Fae warrior offers his guidance—at an extraordinary price—Darian finds herself willing to risk everything.

A Hunger So Wild (Renegade Angels, Book 2), by Sylvia Day (July 3, Signet)

Elijah Reynolds is the most dominant of lycans, a rare Alpha whose skill on the hunt is surpassed only by his primal sexuality.  When the lycans revolt due to the iron fist of angelic rule, he steps into command, becoming both enemy and coveted ally in the conflict between vampires and angels.Vashti is the second most powerful vampire in the world, a lethal beauty with a path of devastation in her wake.  Tasked with proposing an alliance between vampires and the lycans who killed her mate, Vash approaches Elijah, whose need to avenge a friend demands Vash’s death even as his passion demands her surrender. Soon, their enmity erodes beneath an all-consuming desire. Elijah has never encountered a woman whose warrior spirit and fierce sexual appetite rivals his own, while Vash is faced with the one man strong enough to be her equal. But as war looms, each must decide where their loyalty lies—with their own kind or with the enemy lover they can no longer live without.

Just for Fins (Fins, Book 3), by Tera Lynn Childs (July 3, Katherine Tegen)

When Lily Sanderson decided to remain Crown Princess Waterlily of the mermaid kingdom Thalassinia, she knew she couldn’t just coast along in the current. But since she’s spent the last couple of years on land—with gorgeous human Quince by her side—Lily’s not sure shehas the fins to lead a kingdom. Even her maddeningly pretentious cousin Dosinia seems to know more about ruling than she does. But Lily has to dive in deep to keep her promise to Tellin, her mer bond in name only, whose kingdom is suffering in the changing ocean climate. Young adult.

Liquid Lies, by Hannah Martine (July 3, Berkley)

Magic is corporate America’s best-kept secret, and Gwen Carroway is superior at selling it …Gwen possesses the unique ability to pick up any language in an instant—a power that will globally expand the profitable family business. As dutiful future leader of her race of water elementals, she’ll do anything to protect her people’s secrets and bloodlines—including enter an arranged marriage. Inside, however, she yearns for forbidden human men.Reed is a mercenary addicted to the money and adrenaline rush of his work. After he inadvertently saves Gwen’s life, he ignites her taboo desire for men without magic—and with bodies of gods. Just as things heat up, Reed discovers that Gwen is exactly who he’s been hired to kidnap. First in a new series.

My Lady Mage (Warriors of the Mist, Book 1), by Alexis Morgan (July 3, Signet)
It is whispered in Agathia that the legendary warriors of the mist — cursed by the gods — can be summoned only when a champion is needed and the cause is just. Gideon, their captain, knows this to be the one path that will lead his men to redemption. Years have passed since anyone has journeyed to the river’s edge, but times are desperate. Oppressed by a cruel guardian whose dark magic threatens to destroy her people, the beautiful and courageous Merewen calls upon the bespelled warriors. In Gideon she finds more than a champion, and in his arms, more than protection. (Note: Alexis Morgan will be here on the blog tomorrow with a Q&A and a giveaway!)

Angel is starting to settle into this whole “being a zombie” thing, but her problems are far from over. Her felony record is coming back to haunt her, more zombie hunters are popping up, and she’s beginning to wonder if her hunky cop-boyfriend is involved with the zombie mafia. Throw in a government conspiracy and a secret lab, and Angel’s going to need all of her brainpower in order to get through it without falling apart.

The undead matriarch leads a Britain where the Aristocracy is made up of werewolves and vampires, where goblins live underground and mothers know better than to let their children out after dark. And a world where technology lives side by side with magic. The year is 2012 and Pax Britannia still reigns. Xandra Vardan is a member of the elite Royal Guard, and it is her duty to protect the Aristocracy. But when her sister goes missing, Xandra will set out on a path that undermines everything she believed in and uncover a conspiracy that threatens to topple the empire. And she is the key-the prize in a very dangerous struggle.

As a Grave Witch, Alex solves murders by raising the dead. While she’s always been on friendly terms with Death himself, lately things have become a lot more personal. But the personal takes a backseat to the professional when a string of suicides occur in Nekros City. The shades have no memory of the days leading up to their brutal endings, so despite the very apparent suicides, this is murder. And searching for the answers might mean Alex won’t have a life to remember at all.

Samurai Game, by Christine Feehan (July 3, Jove)

In an underground club, a high-ranking public official spends his secret nights indulging in fantasies as exciting as they are depraved. For a seductive employee of the Dungeon, it’s her job to fulfill them. But she’s playing a far more dangerous game—one of blackmail, politics, and murder that reaches into the shadow world of the Ghostwalkers, and the creation of a spectacular, one-of-a-kind new weapon of defense. But when a dictator makes his own catastrophic moves, the Ghostwalkers have no choice but to bring in two major players—a man and woman both driven by passion and revenge. Both expendable. Both with nothing left to lose.

Small Medium at Large, by Joanne Levy (July 3, Bloomsbury)

After she’s hit by lightning at a wedding, twelve-year-old Lilah Bloom develops a new talent: she can hear dead people. Among them, there’s over-opinionated Bubby Dora; a prissy fashion designer; and an approval-seeking clown who livens up a séance. With Bubby Dora leading the way, these and other sweetly imperfect ghosts haunt Lilah through seventh grade, and help her face her one big fear: talking to—and possibly going to the seventh-grade dance with—her crush, Andrew Finkel. Young adult.

Vampires, werewolves, mages – the Others are very real, and wreaking havoc in Shiarra Waynest’s life. But now, she’s returning the favor. Once, she was one of the good guys–or as close as a New York P.I. can get. Then Shiarra Waynest was drawn into the world of the Others. Every faction has its own loyalties and agenda. And Shiarra’s recent betrayal by her ex-boyfriend means that she may be on the verge of becoming a rogue werewolf at the next full moon. Of course, with all the threats against her, Shia’s not sure she’ll live long enough to find out. The enigmatic vampire Royce wants her back in his clutches, as do two powerful werewolf packs, along with the police.

Kat Redding is a vampire with a job to do — wiping out the vamps and werewolves who prey on Pureblood humans. But suddenly Kat, also known as Lady Death, has competition, and it’s causing problems. Vampire houses and werewolf clans alike are blaming her for a spate of gruesome murders, and Kat needs to figure out who’s really responsible before she becomes the next target. On the hunt, she forms an uneasy alliance with both the Luna Cult and a powerful rogue werewolf. But the truths Kat’s uncovering about her enemies and her few remaining confidantes are far from comforting.

In the world of the Laundry, there is One True Religion. When a prominent televangelist with connections to 10 Downing Street shows disturbing signs of being able to work miracles, it’s only natural for the Laundry, the secret service for dealing with occult threats, to take an interest. But there’s a fly in the ointment: the first rule of the secret services is, spying on the Prime Minister and their associates is forbidden. It’s time to send in the freelancers – except in the world of the Laundry, officially there’s no such thing.

Advent, by James Treadwell (July 3, Atria)

1537. A man hurries through city streets in a gathering snowstorm, clutching a box in one hand. He is Johann Faust, the greatest magician of his age. The box he carries contains a mirror safeguarding a portion of his soul and a small ring containing all the magic in the world. Together, they comprise something unimaginably dangerous. London, the present day. Fifteen-year-old Gavin Stokes is boarding a train to the countryside to live with his aunt. His school and his parents can’t cope with him and the things he sees, things they tell him don’t really exist. At Pendurra, Gavin finds people who are like him, who see things too. They all make the same strange claim: magic exists, it’s leaking back into our world, and it’s bringing something terrible with it.

Dark Companion, by Marta Acosta (July 3, Tor Teen)

When foster teen Jane Williams is invited to attend elite Birch Grove Academy for Girls and escape her violent urban neighborhood, she thinks the offer is too good to be true. She’s even offered her own living quarters, the groundskeeper’s cottage in the center of the birch grove. Something’s not quite right about the school. She thinks she sees things in the birch grove at night. She’s also beginning to suspect that the elegant headmistress and her sons are hiding secrets. Young adult. (Note: Marta Acosta will be here for a Q&A and giveaway on Thursday!)

Dark Destiny, by M.J. Putney (July 3, St. Martin’s Griffin)

Tory and her friends are celebrating the success of a second mission to aid WWII Britain when an urgent summons calls them back to their own time: Napoleon is on the brink of invading England. Can a handful of young mages stop an army? In desperation, Merlin’s Irregulars ask Rebecca Weiss, an untrained telepath from 1940, to come back to 1804 and change Napoleon’s mind before it’s too late. As Tory and Allarde make a commitment that will cost him his inheritance, Rebecca promises to do what she can to stop Napoleon even though she is unsure of her magical abilities.

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When a mysterious client approaches Abby with a cryptic message about a young mother who has vanished, Abby is more than willing to get involved. After all, it’s the perfect distraction from dealing with the headache of her sister Cat – who has flown into town and turned Abby and Dutch’s impending nuptials into Weddingpalooza. After Abby recruits her business partner and BFF, Candice, to assist, they meet with the parents of the missing woman. But the parents refuse to put their faith in a psychic.

Once (Eve, Book 2), by Anna Carey (July 3, HarperCollins)

Sixteen years have passed since a deadly virus wiped out most of the Earth’s population. After learning of the terrifying part she and her classmates were fated to play in the rebuilding of New America, eighteen-year-old Eve fled to the wilds and Califia, a haven for women determined to live outside the oppressive rule of the king of New America. However, her freedom came at a price: she was forced to leave Caleb, the boy she loves, wounded and alone at the city gates. Eve quickly learns that Califia may not be as safe as it seems and soon finds herself in the City of Sand and the palace of the king. Young adult.

Orion has fought across time and space at the whims of his Creators, godlike beings from the future who toy with human history like spoiled children playing with dolls. Orion has been both assassin and hero, all the while striving to be reunited with Anya, the ageless goddess who is his one true love. Now Orion finds himself in Britain in the years after the Romans abandoned the island kingdom. Minor kings and warlords feud among themselves even as invading hordes threaten to sweep over the land. There Orion befriends a young warrior named Arthur, who dreams of uniting his quarreling countrymen and driving the invaders from their lands.

Other Worlds Than These, edited by John Joseph Adams (July 3, Night Shade)

What if you could not only travel any location in the world, but to any possible world? This collection of parallel world stories and portal fantasies features writings by Stephen Baxter, Paul McAuley, Seanan McGuire, Michael Swanwick, Gregory Benford, William Alexander, Pat Cadigan, Joyce Carol Oates, John R. Fultz, Vandana Singh, Paul Melko, Kelly Link, Ian McDonald, Simon McCaffery, E. Catherine Tobler, Alastair Reynolds, Usula K. LeGuin, Stephen King, David Barr Kirtley, Mercurio D. Rivera, Jeff Vandermeer, George R.R. Martin, Carrie Vaughn, Tim Pratt, Robert Reed, Catherynne M. Valente, Yoon Ha Lee, Orson Scott Card, Christie Yant, Robert Silverberg, and Ross Lockhard, with a foreword by Lev Grossman.

The Hollow City, by Dan Wells (July 3, Tor)

Michael Shipman is paranoid schizophrenic; he suffers from hallucinations, delusions, and complex fantasies of persecution and horror. That’s bad enough. But what can he do if some of the monsters he sees turn out to be real? Who can you trust if you can’t even trust yourself?

Thieftaker, by D.B. Jackson (July 3, Tor)

Boston, 1767: Revolution is brewing as the British Crown imposes increasingly onerous taxes on the colonies, and intrigue swirls around firebrands like Samuel Adams and the Sons of Liberty. But for Ethan Kaille, a thieftaker who makes his living by conjuring spells that help him solve crimes, politics is for others. When he is asked to recover a necklace worn by the murdered daughter of a prominent family, suddenly, he faces another conjurer of enormous power, someone unknown, who is part of a conspiracy that reaches to the highest levels of power in the turbulent colony. Ethan is in way over his head, and he knows it. Already a man with a dark past, he can ill afford to fail, lest his livelihood be forfeit. But he can’t stop now, for his magic has marked him. First in a new series.

This Dark Earth, by John Hornor Jacobs (July 3, Gallery)

The land is contaminated, electronics are defunct, the ravenous undead remain, and life has fallen into a nasty and brutish state of nature. Welcome to Bridge City, in what was once Arkansas: part medieval fortress, part Western outpost, and the precarious last stand for civilization. A ten-year-old prodigy when the world ended, Gus is now a battle-hardened young man. He designed Bridge City to protect the living few from the shamblers eternally at the gates. Now he’s being groomed by his physician mother, Lucy, and the gentle giant Knock-Out to become the next leader of men. But an army of slavers is on its way, and the war they wage for the city’s resources could mean the end of mankind as we know it.

Life on the frontier is full of deceit and danger, but bounty hunter Cedar Hunt is a man whose word is his bond. Cursed with becoming a beast every full moon, Cedar once believed his destiny was to be alone. But now, Cedar finds himself saddled with a group of refugees, including the brother he once thought lost. Keeping his companions alive is proving to be no easy task, in part because of the promise he made to the three miners who know the secret mechanisms of the Strange. To fulfill his pledge, Cedar must hunt a powerful weapon known as the Holder in the savage underbelly of the young country and high into the killing glim-field skies defended by desperate men and deadly ships.

Up Jumps the Devilby Michael Poore (July 3, Ecco)

He’s made of wood. He cooks an excellent gumbo. Cows love him. And he’s the world’s first love story—and the world’s first broken heart. Meet the darkly handsome, charming, John Scratch, a.k.a. The Devil. Ever since his true love, a fellow fallen angel named Arden, decided that Earth was a little too terrifying and a little too violent, John Scratch has been trying to lure her back from the forgiving grace of Heaven. Though the wonders of Egypt nor the glories of Rome weren’t enough to keep her on Earth, John Scratch believes he’s found a new Eden: America.From Pocahontas and the Pilgrims onward, John Scratch capitalizes on the bounty of this arcadia. Then, one dark night in the late 1960s, he meets three down-on-their-luck musicians and strikes a deal. In exchange for their souls, he’ll grant them fame, wealth, and the chance to make the world a better place. Soon, the trio are helping the Devil push his pet nation towards the height of civilization—or so he thinks. But there’s a great deal about humans he still needs to learn, even after so many millennia among them.

Heaven’s War (Heaven’s Shadow, Book 2), by David S. Goyer and Michael Cassutt (July 3, Ace)

When it first appeared, the astronomers named the asteroid Keanu.A Near Earth Object, from a distant constellation, it was headed directly toward our sun. But when we went to meet it, it turned out to be far more than a huge rock hurtling through space…The two teams of astronauts sent to explore Keanu discovered it is, in fact, a spacecraft, a giant ship with an alien crew. A ship that had headed to Earth with a mission and a message: Help Us. A brave new frontier beckons. But we are about to learn that it comes with a price…Without warning, the aliens transport small groups of humans from the competing scientific communities of Houston, Texas and Bangalore, India to the vast interior habitats of Keanu. Their first challenge is to survive. Their second; to discover why The Architects—the unknown, unseen aliens controlling the asteroid—brought them there. And soon a third emerges: they must find a way to take control of Keanu. Because the NEO is moving again—away from Earth. The Architects are headed home.

War has engulfed the other earth. With every hard-won victory and painful defeat, Matt Reddy and the Allies encounter more friends—and even more diabolical enemies. Even, at last, in the arms of the woman he loves, there is little peace for Reddy. The vast sea, and the scope of the conflict, have trapped him too far away to help on either front, but that doesn’t mean he and Walker can rest. Cutting short his “honeymoon,” Reddy sails off in pursuit of Hidoiame, a rogue Japanese destroyer that is wreaking havoc in Allied seas. Now that Walker is armed with the latest “new” technology, he hopes his battle-tested four-stacker has an even chance in a straight-up fight against the bigger ship—and he means to take her on.

Spin the Sky, by Katy Stauber (July 3, Night Shade)

Fifteen years after winning the Spacer War, Cesar Vaquero has returned to Ithaca, a rugged orbital colony that boasts the only herd of cattle in space, and a wife and a son who don’t even recognize him when he shows up at their doorstep. Posing as a homeless drifter, he soon discovers that making his way home past space pirates, one-eyed giants, and mad scientists was the easy part. Penelope swore off men after her husband disappeared. She’s been busy enough running the ranch, raising her son, and fending off pushy suitors eager to get their hands on her and her herd. But something about this war-weary drifter stirs forgotten feelings in her.

In the new millennium, what secrets lay beyond the far reaches of the universe? What mysteries belie the truths we once held to be self evident? This year’s collection explores those questions, with works by Robert Charles Wilson, Steven Gould, Karl Bunker, John Kessel, Maureen F. McHugh, Bruce Sterling, Paul McAuley, Alexander Irvine, Dominic Green, Vandana Singh, John Barnes, Jay Lake, Peter Watts, Lavie Tidhar, Mary Rosenblum, Jo Walton, Rand B. Lee, Elizabeth Bear & Sarah Monette, Albert E. Cowdrey, Nicola Giffith, Geoff Ryman, James Van Pelt, Nancy Kress, John C. Wright, Ted Kosmatka and Michael Poore, Damien Broderick, Adam Roberts, Robert Reed, Paul Cornell, Chris Roberson, Ian Creasey, and Ian McDonald.

Elfhome. A world of powerful magic, beautiful elves, man-eating trees, frost-breathing wargs, and god-like dragons. Pittsburgh. A city that has been stranded deep in virgin elfin forest to stave off an invasion by the merciless oni. Its population of sixty thousand humans and a handful of elves are pitted in war that will only end in genocide. Winter is coming. Supplies are running low. All political ties are fraying. Hidden somewhere in Pittsburgh’s crumbling neighborhoods, a vanguard of oni are growing in number and attacking from the shadows. And children are disappearing.

Eons ago, vampires tried to turn the dark Fae to harness their magic, only to create a demonic enemy more powerful than they could have imagined. Now, the Vampiric Fae are on the move, hunting anyone in their path. As the war with the vampires ratchets up, Myst, Queen of the Indigo Court, enshrouds New Forest in her chilling grasp. Cicely Waters, owl shifter and Wind Witch, has rescued the Fae Prince Grieve at a great cost. Their reunion has lost them the allegiance of the Summer Queen — and the tolerance of the vampires. In desperation they turn to the Consortium for help.

Tiger Lily, by Jodi Lynn Anderson (July 3, HarperTeen)

Fifteen-year-old Tiger Lily doesn’t believe in love stories or happy endings. Then she meets the alluring teenage Peter Pan in the forbidden woods of Neverland. Peter is unlike anyone she’s ever known. Soon, she is risking everything to be with him. When she is faced with marriage to a terrible man in her own tribe, she must choose between the life she’s always known and running away to an uncertain future with Peter. With enemies threatening to tear them apart, the lovers seem doomed. But it’s the arrival of Wendy Darling, an English girl who’s everything Tiger Lily is not, that leads Tiger Lily to discover that the most dangerous enemies can live inside even the most loyal and loving heart. Young adult.

Twenty years ago, a barmaid in a harbor town fell for a young sailor who turned pirate to make his fortune. But what truly became of Black Edward Tew remains a mystery. For years, freelance sword jockey Eddie LaCrosse has kept his office above Angelina’s tavern, so when Angelina herself asks him to find out what happened to the dashing pirate two decades ageo, he can hardly say no. Some say Black Edward and his ship, The Bloody Angel, went to bottom of the sea, taking with it a king’s fortune in treasure. Others say he rules a wealthy, secret pirate kingdom. And a few believe he still sails under a ghostly flag with a crew of the damned. To find the truth, and earn his twenty-five gold pieces a day, Eddie must take to sea in the company of a former pirate queen in search of the infamous Black Edward Tew.

Bahzell has become the first hradani wind rider in history. And, even if Bahzell is the War God’s champion, because the wind riders are the elite of the elite among the Sothoii, Bahzell’s ascension is as likely to stir resentment as respect. What’s more, Baron Tellian’s daughter, the heir to the realm, seems to be thinking that he is the only man (or hradani) for her.

Now…what do you want to read? Leave a comment and tell me, and I’ll draw one name to win his or her choice. International, as always. And if the book is in a series you haven’t started, you can always pick the first one in the series instead. If there’s a new release in another genre this week you’d like to read, leave that in your comment. If I’ve missed a speculative fiction release, leave it in the comments and I’ll add it in—it’s eligible for giveaway.

As always, four entries possible: +1 for comment to tell me what book (any book) you want, +1 for blog follow, +1 for Twitter follow @Suzanne_Johnson, and +1 for a Tweet or RT about the contest. This contest is international. Contests end at midnight CDT U.S. on Saturday, and winners are announced on Sunday’s blog. It’s the responsibility of the winner to contact me with their mailing info. Books unclaimed after a month will go into a general giveaway pile.


71 thoughts on “New Releases July 1-7 and Reader’s Choice C*ntest

  1. I would love to start Anna Carey’s series, so Eve or Once. 🙂
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    thanks for the chance!

    kah_cherub at hotmail dot com

  2. WOW – Big list! Seven on my “To Buy List” are on this list. How to pick one? Since I have Dark Companion ordered – I would like Amanda Bonilla’s Blood Before Sunrise.

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  3. Lots and lots of choice this week! I would have to go with Even White Trash Zombies Get The Blues as it has one of the longest titles – and just makes me smile!

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  4. I would love to win Even White Trash Zombies Get The Blues. Thanks!

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    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

  5. Wow you weren’t kidding about that massive list – what an awesome bunch of choices! I would LOVE a copy of God Save the Queen.

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  6. I’d love Dark Companion!

    thanks so much:)

    ccfioriole at gmail dot com

  7. I’m a follower on GFC Christina Kit.

    ccfioriole at gmail dot com

  8. First I needa tell you I just peed myself!! Seeing my blog’s name at the top of this post had me squeeling!! I am the opening post for Ms. Sandlin’s blog tour for redemption. And I need to THANK YOU for that. The whole reason I signed up was because you got me interested in her book! 🙂 I loved it and I loved her guest post as its so compelling 🙂 and you were right. There’s a huge list here today for new releases. I’ve got at least 10 of them on my to be read pile 🙂 however, I will say that white trash zombies is my most wanted LOL thanks so much for spreading the word for me! I can’t wait to meet you in 6 weeks at AAD!!

  9. Ha…Maghon! I didn’t realize Happy Tails and Tales was yours. Thanks for hosting my alter-ego, Susannah! And Mirren says thanks, too 🙂

  10. I have my eye on Liquid Lies, by Hannah Martine and definitely want to read it! The cover is also pretty cool.

    GFC: Na
    Twitter: @fieryna

  11. Wow, so many great books!!! I would love A Hunger So Wild

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  12. Would love to get God Save The Queen by Kate Locke

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  13. Playing for The Hollow City please. Thanks.

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  14. I would love to win A Hunger So Wild.

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  15. Just for Fins, by Tera Lynn Childs will be my pick . ty

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  16. Hi Suzanne,

    Happy 4th!!! I hope your staying cool in this hot weather.

    If I win my choice is A Hunger So Wild. If you never read anything by Sylvia Day, I suggest you do. She’s a excellent writer.

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    Teresa K.

  17. First of all, what a lovely new header, Suzanne! and what a huge contest (you weren’t joking!) 🙂
    I would love The Night Seeker or Tiger Lilly.
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  18. I’d love to have Samurai Game by christine Feehan. I like this series.
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  19. So many books to choose from. I guess I would pick Grave Memory by Kalayna Price.

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  20. I’d love to win a copy of Grave Memory. I love that series.

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    Sara M
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  21. Wow, you did not make a joke! Some of those books are on its way to me, if I am lucky enough to win, I would like Alliance Forged, or the first book in the series if possible.

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  22. Wow, so many great choices this week!

    I would pick either the new Kalayna Price or Yasmine Galenorn book, both look exciting 🙂

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    Thank you!

  23. Thanks for the giveaway! I’d love to win Dark Companion, or Once, or maybe Tiger Lily…so many great choices…

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    bookwormsusanna AT gmail DOT com

  24. Other Worlds Than These has caught my eye this week. Would love to have it!

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    +1 for tweeting about the contest

    anassa dot rhenisch at gmail, etc.

  25. Oki this is really a good week that means really difficult to make a choice: so i will go by series and i would like to win either a book of the light blade series or one of the shade assassin or Tin swift by devon monk

    thanks you again for your wonderful generosity

    +1blog follow


  26. Thanks so much for the giveaway. Would love to read God Save the Queen by Kate Locke.
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  27. Year’s Best by Dozois, of course!

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  28. The list this week is full of so many WANTs! But the one I want most of all is Even White Trash Zombies Get the Blues. I love Angel, and Dan’s cover is fabulous!!

    rissatoo (ATgmail DOTcom)
    +4: commenter, follower, follower, retweeter

  29. Huge list indeed! I’d choose Once by Anna carey but with difficulty 🙂

    GFC follower: celebridal
    twitter follower: celebridal

  30. I’m desperate to read ‘tiger lily’! so so looking forward to this one!
    gfc – pink-orchid1

  31. Can’t wait to read the next White trash zombie–Even White Trash Zombies Get the Blues by Diana Rowland Really enjoyed the first one!

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