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Coming Not So Soon #2 – The Romances We’re Looking Forward to Reading Later This Year!

Earlier this yr, AAR staffers took a glance ahead to the books being revealed all year long and chosen these they have been most wanting forward to reading in 2019. For apparent causes, there were extra books on our listing that have been due out within the first half of the yr, so now it’s time to take a look at the titles we’re eager to learn which are popping out within the back half of 2019. Launch dates are right at time of writing, and purchase hyperlinks are given where out there. And as is the case with our month-to-month Coming Soon posts, that is on no account meant to be an exhaustive listing, however is slightly a variety made according to the tastes and preferences of our reviewers – so please do drop by to tell us what books you’re most wanting forward to studying by way of the rest of 2019.


Contents

August

Mainly by Moonlight by Josh Lanyon (1 Aug)

A new romantic thriller collection with a mystical twist from Josh Lanyon?  Gotta be value a glance! – Caz

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Holding Lucy by T. Greenwood (6 Aug)

T. Greenwood’s writing is just beautiful. It pulls at my heartstrings each time I encounter it, so it should shock completely nobody that her upcoming novel entitled Preserving Lucy is certainly one of my most anticipated books of the yr. It’s the story of one lady’s struggle to maintain her younger, disabled daughter by her aspect, regardless of some major opposition from the woman’s father. I’m guessing this will probably be a complete tear-jerker, so I’ll be certain to have loads of tissues available once I read this one. – Shannon

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Enjoying Home by Ruby Lang (12 Aug)

Ruby Lang starts her new Uptown collection with a delightful sounding pretend relationship romance! The protagonists are city planners – not your standard romance character careers – which makes this a singular entry in the modern romance area and I’m excited to read it. – Maria Rose

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The Wallflower Wager by Tessa Dare (13 Aug)

I am animal-obsessed Woman Penelope and she or he is me! I’ve been wanting this ebook since we met Penelope in The Duchess Deal and I can’t wait to see what our animal lover has in retailer for her precise lover. – Haley

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Cowboy Up by Michelle Beattie (20 Aug)

I’m a sucker for blue collar heroes so a development employee and a single mom assembly in a small Texas city pulls at my heartstrings and makes me need to learn their story! – Maria Rose

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Driving to Sundown by Jaci Burton (20 Aug)

A bodyguard biker pushes all my good buttons and this new romance in Jaci Burton’s Wild Riders collection sounds too good to move up! -Maria Rose

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Dalliances and Devotions by Felicia Grossman (26 Aug)

This is the follow-up to Grossman’s Appetites and Vices. I really like that Carina is taking an opportunity on American historicals and Jewish illustration with Grossman’s books, so I’m wanting forward to David and Amalia’s story. – Haley

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Sapphire Flames by Ilona Andrews (27 Aug)

This is the first full-length e-book about Catalina within the Hidden Legacy collection and I CANNOT WAIT. Ilona Andrews has develop into one in every of my favorite authors as I devoured her/their backlist this past yr, and all indicators point to this being another nice entry for my DIK shelf. – Alex

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September

Everlasting Report by Mary H.Okay. Choi (3 Sep)

Choi’s Emergency Contact was one in every of my prime ten reads of 2018. This one is a few pop star and a bodega clerk, and as far as I can tell is a standalone. I am very excited to see what Choi has in store for me this time! – Caroline

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Nicely Met by Jen DeLuca (3 Sep)

Love at the Renaissance Faire. What more do I want to know? – Caroline

Renaissance Faires and romance = catnip for me. – Lisa

This feels like a pleasant enemies to lovers romance with a singular set up! – Maria Rose

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American Royals by Katherine McGee (3 Sep)

This is a YA romance with a royal twist. “What if America had a royal family?” Until the writer has a grasp of history, I see dangerous world constructing in my future — after the Revolution, was this actually possible? However I also see myself having fun with this premise! – Anne

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How to Belong with a Billionaire by Alexis Corridor (5 Sep)

I’m really hoping this long awaited third e-book within the Arden St Ives Trilogy lives up to the promise of the first, and I look ahead to Alexis Corridor getting again to the standard of For Actual or Ready for the Flood and displaying us how books in this style ought to be written… no strain! – BJ

It’s been a bit of a wait, however it’s virtually over!  After ripping my coronary heart to shreds and stomping on it within the final e-book, I’m on tenterhooks as I await more of Ardy and Caspian – and hopefully, their hard-won HEA! – Caz

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Underneath Currents by Nora Roberts (7 Sep)

What might be higher than a new stand alone from Nora Roberts? Underneath Currents seems to be the right mix of darkish family secrets and heart-melting romance, exactly what I’ve come to anticipate from this writer. She’s a type of writers who not often writes a guide I don’t like, so I’m pretty positive this one shall be another winner. – Shannon

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The Magnolia Sword: A Ballad of Mulan by Sherry Thomas (10 Sep)

I have followed Sherry Thomas into every genre she’s tried, and she or he has but to lead me astray. – Caroline

I’ll read no matter Sherry Thomas writes; her YA Elemental Trilogy was fabulous and I’m positive her newest foray into the genre might be equally so. – Caz

I’m ridiculously excited to see Ms. Thomas give us a retelling of Mulan! – Lisa

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Beard with Me / Beard Necessities by Penny Reid (15 Sep and seven Oct)

The remaining two books within the Winston Brothers collection. Beard with Me provides us the background/childhood information for Claire and Beard Requirements is Claire and Billy’s guide – FINALLY!! We’ve had all types of hints about these two for six books and I still do not know why two individuals who obviously love one another can’t be together. – Evelyn

Can’t wait!  Claire and Billy finally get their ebook!  I’m thrilled to learn it! – Lisa

As a longtime fan of Penny Reid, she will all the time be counted on to make me chuckle, typically cry, and simply delight me together with her means of telling tales. The final romance within the Winston Brothers collection shall be bittersweet however I’m positive she’ll have new story ideas to come. – Maria Rose

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Arctic Warmth by Annabeth Albert (23 Sep)

Annabeth Albert has turn out to be a ‘must-read’ writer for me these days, and I’ve loved the earlier books in her Frozen Hearts collection.  This ultimate one pairs a cancer survivor who is powering via his bucket record with a gruff Park Ranger who, really, are all fallacious for one another.  Till they’re not. – Caz

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When the Marquess Was Mine by Caroline Linden (24 Sep)

I’ve enjoyed the earlier books on this collection (the final one, An Earl Like You, made my Best of 2018 listing) and Caroline Linden is among the greatest authors of historic romance round.  This third e-book in her Wagers of Sin collection is predicated around an amnesia plotline, which isn’t my favorite trope, however which may work rather well in the appropriate arms.  Fingers crossed! – Caz

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Murder at Kensington Palace by Andrea Penrose (24 Sep)

The books in this collection featuring a feminine satirist and an enigmatic, scientifically-minded earl has proved entertaining, with well-developed mysteries and a pleasant dash of romantic pressure between the leads.  On this third instalment, Wexford and Sloane come together again to investigate a homicide that’s moderately too close to house for consolation…- Caz

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Archangel’s Conflict by Nalini Singh (24 Sep)

I can’t get enough of this collection, and have been ready anxiously for this latest installment, as the final guide ended on a real cliffhanger. It appears like there are a whole lot of modifications in store for Elena and Raphael.  – Alexandra

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October

Royal Vacation by Jasmine Guillory (1 Oct)

The combination of a visiting American falling right into a whirlwind courtship with a British personal secretary feels like fun! Additionally, it’s refreshing to come throughout a narrative where the royals are only a part of the attraction. – Anne

Jasmine Guillory is blessing us twice this yr with two delightful-looking romances!  I’m so excited.  – Lisa The mom of a make-up artist travels to England together with her daughter and falls in love with a senior member of palace employees. Hooray for older love! – Caroline  It’s nice to see older couple romances get more mainstream consideration as there are many readers for them! – Maria Rose

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Getting Played by Emma Chase (8 Oct)
Chase writes scorching contemporaries, and I loved her first e-book in this collection, Getting Schooled. This one is a few single mother whose fling with a drummer comes back to hang-out her within the fall when it seems the drummer is her son’s math instructor. – Caroline

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Faker by Sarah Smith (eight Oct)

I really like a great opposites appeal to romance and debut writer Sarah Smith seems to be to hit the nail on the top with this development themed tale! Coworkers at a power software company pressured to work together on a charity housing undertaking, Emmie and Tate have to put aside their variations for the larger good and in doing so, discover a deeper connection. – Maria Rose

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The Never Tilting World by Rin Chupeco (15 Oct)

A fantasy about twin sisters/goddesses separated into out-of-balance worlds, one all the time night time and one endlessly day, and an aesthetic advertising calls “Frozen meets Mad Max” but the writer says to her feels extra like “Mad Max meets Avatar the Last Airbender,” with numerous representation of sexualities. Every part there sounds completely fascinating! – Caroline

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The Art of Theft by Sherry Thomas (15 Oct)

I will all the time learn Sherry Thomas. Her third Charlotte Holmes novel was terrific, and I’ve already heard nice buzz about this fourth. – Caroline.

The books on this collection just seem to get better and better, and after the beautiful revelations on the finish of the final ebook, I can’t wait to get stuck in to this one! The mysteries are clever and splendidly complicated, however for me, the large draw is the characters and the relationships between them. – Caz

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White Elephant by Trish Harnetiaux (28 Oct)

Anyone wrote a psychological twist about an workplace vacation get together with a White Elephant present trade — also called Pirate Christmas! It has been referred to as Massive Little Lies meets Clue, nevertheless it may need a touch of The Office. What occurs when one of the presents is a vase that Henry and Claudine acknowledge as a murder weapon? – Anne

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Sergeant’s Christmas Siege by Megan Crane (29 Oct)

I’ve been enjoying Megan Crane’s Alaska Drive romantic suspense collection and this Christmas themed novel starring a by-the-book feminine State Trooper and one of the reclusive ex-military Alaska Pressure members guarantees to soften even the hardest of hearts. – Maria Rose

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Angel in a Devil’s Arms by Julie Anne Long (29 Oct)

With actually good historic romance so skinny on the bottom today, I’m eagerly anticipating this continuation of Julie Anne Long’s Palace of Rogues collection. – Caz

This guide is about Angelique – mistress to the late Earl of Derring  – who goes into enterprise with Woman Derring. She’s worldly-wise and has sworn off males. We’ll see 😉 – Evelyn

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November

Graveyard Shift by Jenn Burke (4 Nov)

The first two books in Jenn Burke’s Not Lifeless Yet collection have been DIKs for me, so I’ve excessive hopes for this third outing for not-ghost Wes, his ex-cop vampire lover and their small band of associates and allies.  The collection has a refreshingly unique premise, the plots are compelling and well-constructed, the worldbuilding is totally strong and the characters and their relationships are brilliantly drawn.  This is definitely probably the most fulfilling collection I’ve learn all yr. – Caz

I’m an enormous fan of Jenn Burke’s writing fashion and intriguing plots so any ebook from her is on my radar. – Maria Rose

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Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert (5 Nov)

A heroine from a rich background meets a tattooed hero with a motorbike? Within the fallacious palms, this could possibly be another motorbike membership novel. However this seems like a breakout romantic comedy with a chronically sick heroine making an attempt to get a life… And a handyman hero with a secret inventive aspect. – Anne

A heroine with persistent sickness needs to broaden the scope of her expertise after almost dying. Talia Hibbert will get raves, and I even have a specific interest in real looking depictions of persistent sickness, so I’m hoping for one thing fun however powerful right here. – Caroline

I really like Talia Hibbert’s work, and the description of this one sounds fascinating! – Lisa

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The Toll by Neal Shusterman (5 Nov)

Neal Shusterman’s Arc of the Scythe collection is among the most unique our bodies of labor I’ve come across in recent times. It takes place in a world where demise not occurs as a natural a part of life. As an alternative, individuals often known as Scythes are chargeable for selecting who will die and the way their demise will come. Our protagonists are two apprentice Scythes who are struggling to forestall the approaching end of civilization as they comprehend it. The Toll is the third volume of the collection, and I feel like I’ve been ready a lifetime for its release. – Shannon

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Not the Woman you Marry by Andie J. Christopher (12 Nov)

I’m wanting forward to this pretend relationship romantic comedy by Andie J. Christopher! It stars a journalist and an event planner who have reverse objectives for their ‘relationship’ making their path to a cheerful ending positive to be an fascinating one! – Maria Rose

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Dragon Unleashed by Grace Draven (12 Nov)

The first ebook on this collection, Phoenix Unbound, was a really robust learn for me and, I felt, even better than Draven’s earlier (and perhaps more well-known) Radiance. That tells me that this is an writer on her method up, so I’m eagerly anticipating her subsequent work. This ebook stars an earth magic wielder and a shapeshifting dragon. I look forward to seeing what they rise up to. – Caroline

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December

Blitzed by Alexa Martin (three Dec)

Alexa Martin’s insider view of the NFL scene provides her romantic comedies an edge over different soccer romances. They’re enjoyable, authentic and guaranteed to delight so I can’t wait to learn the subsequent in her Playbook collection! – Maria Rose

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A Insanity of Sunshine by Nalini Singh (3 Dec)

Greatest recognized for her paranormals, Singh is branching out with what seems to be to be a romantic suspense ebook set in her residence of New Zealand. I’m recreation! – Caroline

I really like Nalini Singh, and I’m excited to see where she goes as she tries out the romantic suspense genre for measurement! – Lisa

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The Wives by Taryn Fisher (30 Dec)

This premise is one part “Did I read that right?” and one half “No spoilers please!” The heroine (recognized only as “Thursday”) shares her husband together with his two other wives, and gets to see him solely someday every week — Thursday. When an opportunity clue leads her to hunt down one of many different wives, Hannah, she seeks her out underneath false pretenses. Why is Hannah bruised when their husband has never shown a violent aspect? Why does Thursday put up with this association? What is she lacking? What’s she not telling us? – Anne

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A Heart of Blood and Ashes by Milla Vane (31 Dec)

Milla Vane is another writer id for the superb Meljean Brook. I read the Milla Vane novella The Beast of Blackmoor in the anthology Night time Shift and never solely DIK’d it, however explicitly mourned the fact that it was a stand-alone as a result of I liked the world (filled with magic, goddesses, barbarians, and warrior ladies) a lot. I couldn’t be more excited to study that Vane is starting a new collection in that setting with this e-book. – Caroline

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PLEASE NOTE: This is just not a complete record of upcoming titles, just a choice made by AAR reviewers according to their preferences.  Buy links are given the place out there at time of writing.

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