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Coming Soon – The Romances We’re Looking Forward to Reading in August 2019

How’s your summer time reading shaping up? Should you’re on the lookout for something new to read, AAR staffers have combed via the lists of latest releases to find the books we expect are the perfect bets for the approaching weeks. As normal, we’ve acquired a fairly eclectic mix of genres – modern romances, ladies’s fiction, mysteries, historicals – and books by authors each tried and tested and new to us, so hopefully, there’s one thing for everybody!  Take a look by means of our decisions and tell us what you assume in the feedback – and don’t overlook to tell us which books you’re most wanting forward to studying in August.

The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai (6 Aug)

Observe: This title was included on our July listing, but the release date was changed after the publish ran.

Alisha Rai’s books are my go-to rereads on rainy days and my must-have-immediately upon launch. Any new e-book of hers should have us romance readers pumped. – Alex S.

Who isn’t wanting ahead to this ebook? I adored Rai’s final collection and have really helpful them time and again, so I can’t wait to see what she does with the spin off. – Haley

A brand new Alisha Rai is all the time cause for cheer. – Keira

I really like the premise of this new romance by Alisha Rai! A tech guru and a soccer player – feels like a mismatch but in the writer’s succesful arms it’s positive to be a enjoyable and attractive learn. – Maria Rose

It’s Alisha Rai, you understand she’s gonna knock it out of the park! – Lisa

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Man vs. Durien by Jackie Lau

It’s about time durian turned a drive for good in this world. – Caroline

I really like Lau’s writing and storytelling type, and I’ll learn anything she writes. She’s fearful of relationships; he’s her pretend boyfriend to appease her household. She’s an ex-software engineer; he’s a landscaper posing a physician. What might probably go mistaken or so very right? – Keira

A delicious-sounding (literally) and humorous premise highlights this new Lau novel. – Lisa

Jackie Lau definitely picks fascinating titles and plots for her romances! After her current pie and ice cream themed tales, I’m intrigued to see what she has in store for fans (or non-fans) of durian although I’m positive the outcome can be very entertaining. – Maria Rose

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Sapphire Flames by Ilona Andrews (27 Aug)

I’ve liked Andrew’s Hidden Legacy collection and am tremendous excited for this newest installment about Catalina, a magical Siren who can make just about anyone do something she needs. Besides Alessandro, whose resistance to her magic makes him one of the only individuals she really trusts.- Alex A.

That is the first full-length guide about Catalina in the Hidden Legacy collection and I CANNOT WAIT. Ilona Andrews has turn into considered one of my favorite authors as I devoured her/their backlist this past yr, and all signs point to this being another nice entry for my DIK shelf. – Maggie

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How to Love a Duke in Ten Days by Kerrigan Byrne (27 Aug)

Kerrigan Byrne opens her brand-new collection with the story of a lady who’s being blackmailed by someone from her scandelous previous and a Duke who’s utilizing their proto-marriage as revenge. It’s Byrne and she or he does darkish and lightweight mashed together superbly. – Lisa

Kerrigan Byrne’s darkly sensual historic romances are all the time a pleasure to learn, and that is the primary in a brand new collection. What more can I say? – Shannon

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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 have beenwanting this e-book since we met Penelope in The Duchess Deal and I can’t wait to see what our animal lover has in store for her precise lover. – Haley

Tessa Dare all the time brings something fun to the table. I really like Penelope and may’t wait to meet the man she loves – Lisa

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Dalliances and Devotions by Felicia Grossman (26 Aug)

This is the followup to Grossman’s Appetites and Vices. I really like that Carina is taking a chance on American historicals and Jewish representation with Grossman’s books, so I’m wanting forward to David and Amalia’s story. – Haley

Grossman has grow to be considered one of my go-to new favvorite historic writers, so I’m thrilled to see what she does with Amalia and David’s romance. – Lisa

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The Duchess in His Mattress by Lorraine Heath (20 Aug)

I’m all the time excited a few model new Lorraine Heath guide. – Heather

The fourth in Heath’s Sins for All Seasons collection concerning the Trewlove household, lastly provides us Aiden’s story. Signal me up! – Lisa

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Enjoying Home by Ruby Lang (12 Aug)

When a romance blurb reminds you of Lesie and Ben’s storied tangle from Parks and Recreation, you realize you’re in for a treat! Lang writes nice contemps, and I’m wanting forward to this one! – Lisa

Ruby Lang begins off her new Uptown collection with a pleasant pretend relationship romance between two city planners whose shared interests soon flip to one another. Feels like a enjoyable romantic comedy premise! – Maria Rose

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A Little Mild Mischief by Cat Sebastian (6 Aug)

A thief who can’t hold her arms to herself and a staid companion who can’t maintain her eyes to herself–what a delicious premise. Cat Sebastian’s writing actually works for me, and I can’t anticipate this f/f novella. – Keira

I can’t inform you how arduous I’m digging the prospect of this f/f historic, and Sebastian’s story sounds delightful. – Lisa

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Keep in mind Me by Chelsea Bobulski (6 Aug)

Think about being a teenaged woman and being cursed with horrific visions and writing that seems on walls. Might it get any worse for Nell Martin? In fact it might! Because this can be a YA suspense novel with a supernatural twist. Nell moves to a lodge constructed in 1878, and shortly starts studying a few terrifying homicide that passed off there in 1907. What might her connection be to the homicide of another woman?

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A Gown for the Depraved by Autumn Krause (6 Aug)

This YA historical fantasy is about in a fictionalized version of nineteenth century Europe. Heroine Emmaline Watkins lives in a sleepy rural city referred to as Shy in Avon-upon-Kynt. Sadly, who is going to see her fabulous gown designs in Shy? However then a style house permits nation women to enter in a design competitors. Emmy has a chance to compete — and must face obstacles, backstabbing, sabotage, and corruption. However will the price to her be too excessive?

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The Good Son by Lauren North (13 Aug)

Might this be Gaslight for the 21st century? Shortly after her husband dies in an accident, and after her son’s birthday, Tess Clarke wakes up in a hospital. She is aware of she has been attacked. She is certain her eight-year-old son is missing. And she or he is for certain she is aware of who’s responsible, but off target, no one will pay attention to her…

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Primarily by Moonlight by Josh Lanyon (1 Aug)

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

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Triangulation by Gregory Ashe

Following the devastating and traumatic events that befell at the finish of Orientation, the relationship between long-time pals and enterprise partners North McKinney and Shaw Aldritch has undergone a elementary shift that neither of them – North, in specific – is prepared to face.  I’m utterly hooked on this new collection from Gregory Ashe, and this second ebook promises to be each bit nearly as good as the first.  Twisty mystery plus angsty romance – I’m SO right here for it! – Caz

Purchase it at: Amazon


Unbreak Me by Michelle Hazen (13 Aug)

That is my most anticipated guide this month. She is haunted by an assault in her school days. He’s a cowboy hired to practice foals and decides to give her cooking lessons along the best way. Theirs is a tenuous relationship dogged by racism and the ravages of Hurricane Katrina.

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Handle With Care by Helena Searching (27 Aug)

A media powerhouse rules this ebook. He’s the reluctant bad-boy CEO; she’s been hired to burnish his picture, and there’re scandal and shenanigans galore. I take pleasure in books about households and tensions between them, and this ebook has them in spades.

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Finding Woman Enderly by Joanna Davidson Politano (20 Aug)

I’m sort of cheating with this one since I reviewed it for the location, however this one is a keeper. Plucked from obsurity, rag picker Raina is plunged into a very unpredictable thriller when a Countess’ solicitor asks her to pose as the lady whereas she recovers from a trip abroad.

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Maria Rose:

The Mysterious Stranger by Ainslie Paton (27 Aug)

I’m all the time going to make room in my studying schedule for a up to date romance by Ainslie Paton! The third story in her Confidence Recreation collection which options Robin Hood-esque heroes of the present occasions has a pair infiltrating a doomsday cult to take it down from the within. I’m intrigued!

Purchase it at: Amazon


Discretion by Karina Halle (6 Aug)

I’m all the time up for a ebook concerning the scandalous lives of wealthy individuals, and I’m all the time ready to learn one thing new by Karina Halle, so Discretion can be an auto-buy for me.

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Outfox by Sandra Brown (6 Aug)

Summer time simply wouldn’t be full with out one in every of Sandra Brown’s juicy novels of romantic suspense, so Outfox is certainly on my record of issues to snap up in August.

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The Reckless Oath We Made by Bryn Greenwood (20 Aug)

I fell exhausting for Bryn Greenwood’s writing in 2017 once I was lucky enough to learn All of the Ugly and Fantastic Issues, a compulsively readable modern romance with extraordinarily flawed characters. There’s one thing so compelling about her prose, one thing that permits me to sink into the world she’s created, even if the story itself isn’t something I’m positive I’ll take pleasure in. So, as you might imagine, I’ve been on pins and needles for a brand new guide from her, and I’m so glad this one is nearly here!

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All the Forgivenesses by Elizabeth Hardinger (27 Aug)

This debut novel set deep in Appalachia around the flip of the 20 th century piqued my curiosity as quickly as I read the synopsis. It’s historical fiction featuring a robust, resourceful heroine who brings her family by means of some extraordinarily troublesome occasions, and I’m really excited to lose myself in its pages.

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PLEASE NOTE: This isn’t a complete listing of obtainable titles, just a selection made by AAR reviewers according to their preferences.  Buy hyperlinks are given where obtainable at time of writing.

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