Happy Thursday, lovely Crimson Romance readers! Here are the deets on all the fantastic new releases we’ve got for you this week:
In Defiant Surrender, Tamara Gill, author of A Stolen Season, dives back into the time machine as her latest heroine, the unlucky in love Maddie Guise, finds a medieval ring that throws her back to 1102 Cumberland and into the life of Lady Madeline Vincent, the heiress to Norman lands, and about to be married to an autocratic Baron, William Dowell, nine hundred years her senior.
“Always a bridesmaid, never a bride” is Shelby Atwood’s, the heroine of I Do… or Die by Donna Cummings, personal credo. Heck, she’s had colds last longer than her romantic relationships. But then gunfire erupts at the latest wedding she’s agreed to be in. Detective Ryan Nichols is assigned to the case, and when the shootings don’t stop, he becomes Shelby’s 24-hour bodyguard.
In Once Upon a Couch, the first book in the Paranormal Practice series by Kristine Overbrook, author of Creatures of the Moon, psychiatrist Josephine Lester opens a new practice in the town of Villa Hollow. In her line of work, she expects odd. She expects disturbed. What she doesn’t expect is a sleepwalking vampire, a haunted house… or to fall for Phillip Holmes, the town’s gorgeous — and telepathic — sheriff.
After Della Chambers, the heroine of Playing with Fire by Molly Kate Gray, author of Small Town Secrets, lost her mother to a fire, she turned her back on her hometown forever. Now one of the most respected members of the FBI’s arson investigation team, her knowledge of the town makes her the logical choice when the residents experience a string of suspicious fires. But returning home means Della will have to face Camden Gibson — the man who she’s never forgiven for saving her life all those years ago.
And finally this week brings us The Spanish Acquisition by Nora Snowdon, author of Arsonists Anonymous. On vacation in the Dominican Republic, Lily Scott meets the man of her dreams. But after a whirlwind affair, she is devastated when he abruptly insults her and leaves. Carlos adores Lily, the sweet, unassuming artist he meets on vacation, but when his personal assistant informs him that she’s suing his company, he exacts revenge and then tries to move on. But can he?