If you’re new to Hide Your Wallet, this is where we list new releases we’re pretty excited for in the coming month. Each reviewer has a book maximum (five per person), but we’ve separated HYW into two parts. The first HYW of the month will cover books that release from the 1st to the 14th. The second HYW will cover books released from the 15th to the end of the month. We also think this … Continue reading September’s New Releases, Part Two
Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire is $2.99! I love this series. The writing is so beautiful and I would happily send 300+ pages in the world McGuire has created. However, I will warn that these books have a haunting sadness to them and as romance readers, the HEAs we love aren’t the HEAs the characters want. (If that makes any sense without spoiling.)
Meet Cute by Helena Hunting is $1.99! This is a Kindle Daily Deal, which also features some more romances on sale. I made a yummy, boozy chocolate peanut butter milkshake for this release. Readers found this to be a little too cutesy, while others recommend this one for a bubbly and sweet romance.
Scoring the Player’s Baby by Naima Simone is 99c! This is book three in Simone’s WAGS sports romance series and features an unplanned pregnancy. Readers loved the pacing and steaminess, but grew tired of the hero’s hot and cold routine.
August is finally here and that means books! We have some new faces here at the site, which equates to even more releases to discuss. Though we hope you enjoy our picks, here are a few more books that you may be looking to read: Ruth Ware has a new creepy mystery: The Turn of the Key . Don’t forget the continuation to R.F. Kuang’s Opium Wars series: The Dragon Republic . Handle with Care by Helena Hunting is out this … Continue reading August’s New Releases
The Scot Beds His Wife by Kerrigan Byrne is $1.99! This is the fifth book in the Victorian Rebels series and Elyse was really excited for this one in a previous Hide Your Wallet. Some readers warn that the writing is over the top, while others recommend Byrne if you need a crazysauce fix.
Wilde in Love by Eloisa James is $2.99! This is the first book in The Wildes of Lindow Castle and it came out at the end of October. Readers loved the characters and the blend of humor in the romance. However, some readers on Goodreads admitted that they gave the book the dreaded DNF (did not finish) grade.
A new month of releases has begun! This month is a doozy with lots of great nonfiction coming out and, as always, romances! While we’ve picked out our favorites this month, here are some more popular releases we know you’ll be looking forward to: John Green makes his return to writing with Turtles All the Way Down . We Were Eight Years in Power by Ta-Nehisi Coates releases. Grab the next book in the Charley Davidson series by Darynda Jones … Continue reading October’s New Releases
The Highlander is a wackadoodle crazysauce “historical” romance. You can totally judge this book by its cover, which features a kilt, a partially unbuttoned shirt, a dress from the antebellum South, and the kind of sunset you only get after nuclear weapons have been discharged. I loved it to bits. The book has an extremely high squick factor, especially in the first two chapters. The prologue involves a disposable sex worker being disposed of. (Hello, … Continue reading The Highlander by Kerrigan Byrne
RECOMMENDED: The Highwayman by Kerrigan Byrne is $2.99! This is a Kindle Daily Deal and so far, it isn’t being price-matched. Redheadedgirl grabbed this at RT 2015 when it was held in Dallas. She reviewed it and gave it an A-:
What I liked best about this book was the liberal use of crazysauce. It’s a melodramatic tale of a broken man healed by the love of a good woman, and the good woman that’s strong enough to love this man and bring him back into the world. When he proposed the marriage idea, she’s like “Fine, but I want a baby so that’s my condition,” and he’s like, “but I don’t touch people so I didn’t really think this through,” “fine, then I’ll take a lover.” “I. WILL. KILL. HIM….”
“That’s not very solution-oriented.” (Actual quote!)