Happy “where’d all my money go?” new release Tuesday, everyone!
As you know, the most exciting day of the week in this community is the day that follows the one we all dread (Mondays for the nope) and today we’re going to highlight some of the new books chipping away at our bank accounts — but each one is so worth it.
BIRTHDAY by Meredith Russo is an #ownvoices book that blew me away, brought me to (constant) tears, and basically consumed me in such a way that I read the entire book in one sitting. It’s such a rare experience, particularly when it’s an author you’ve never read before, but I fully intend on devouring Russo’s backlist and reading anything and everything she puts out in the future. You want this book.
UNDENIABLE by Melanie Harlow, can we count this, it releases on the 20th May? Of course, we can; our blog, our rules. I am a inconstant Melanie Harlow fan, I have really enjoyed many of her books but I don’t keep up with the releases but this one sounds gooood. It’s a second chance romance where the two main characters have grown up together but cross paths 20 years later. This kind of story can be addictive to me so I’ve added to my TBR and definitely will give it a go.
WAISTED by Randy Susan Meyers caught my eye with it’s interesting cover and title. This is a fictional story about an extreme weight loss documentary and the seven women involved in it. This documentary isn’t all it seems and with each pound of weight lost, a battle for power ensues and these women need to take control. I’ve added it to my TBR and I’ll be looking to give this a go when I need a palate cleanser between romance and fantasy.
THE ASSISTANT by Marni Mann is a romantic thriller and I had to be so controlled over by click finger with this one on Netgalley as the review date was too close for me to manage to squeeze it in. Suffice it to say this is my most anticipated release of the week. In this book, a successful career woman, with difficult pressures on her life, hires her husband an assistant for their shared company while she needs to be away from the business. She’s the perfect assistant…
A FIVE-MINUTE LIFE by Emma Scott that was released last week but not in time for our previous new release post. It is a standalone new adult romance from an author that knows how to write emotionality. The heroine in this book has the worst case of amnesia documented and everything is diminished to what happened in the last five minutes, that and notes and reminders. This quick description really drags me in so although I’ve not caught up on her last few releases, I want this one first. Now, I loved the cover, but it has already undergone a cover change in the first week for business reasons. Any thoughts on the two covers?
Are there any titles out today you’re excited for? Let us know in the comments below!