Thankfully, March doesn’t disappoint.
For those who missed New York Times Bestselling Author Robyn Carr’s Hidden Summit, Book 17 in her Virgin River Series, back in 2012, this month gives you another chance to catch the story of Connor Danson, an unwitting witness to a violent crime who comes to Virgin River with a chip on his shoulder and an ache in his heart. Like Danson, divorcee Leslie Petruso needs the anonymity of the tiny mountain town, and both Connor and Leslie have need to learn that one can’t stay hidden away from life and love for long.
March also sees #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Linda Lael Miller’s The McKettrick Way Bestselling Author Collection, with a bonus book by B.J. Daniels, return.
Meanwhile, for readers looking for new titles to add to their shelves don’t overlook USA Today Bestselling Author Toni McGee Causey writing as T.M. Causey in The Saints of the Lost and Found, a psychological suspense set in a small town outside New Orleans that RT Book Reviews gave 4.5 stars and called “one of the best books I’ve read in months.” BookList declared it: “a spellbinding hybrid of chilling suspense and potent romance, whose unforgettable heroine, beautifully evoked setting, and nuanced secondary characters will long linger in readers’ memories.”
Avery Broussard was born with the curse of seeing lost things—loss keys, loss love, loss loved ones. Against her better judgment and after failing to help the FBI find a lost girl, she is headed home to try and save her dying brother, knowing only too well that to return to Louisiana is to risk being swallowed up in the lies and deceit of her grifter parents. Worse yet, it may well mean seeing the only man she ever loved. The one she abandoned ten years ago without explanation.
New York Times Bestselling Author Amelia Grey delivers the history this month with the release today of Wedding Night with the Earl, Book 3 in The Heirs’ Club of Scoundrels. Adam Greyhawke is through with marriage. Katherine Wright is accustomed to men interested only in her generous dowry. Neither is looking for love but each fears boredom even more. Can the willful young woman convince the stubborn nobleman that real love is worth any risk?