E-Originals from Curtis and Kilraine and Back to the Borderland with Mecca | Xpress Reviews

Very thrilling, with lots of action and lots of sex; fans of renovation romances and complex family dynamics will want to check out this new series; Mecca still finds ways to make each story unique, with this latest installment as enjoyable as the first

E-Originals from Ahearn, Gaddy, and McLaughlin | Xpress Reviews

Fans of the first series title will be interested, but other readers would be better served elsewhere; Travis and Tobi’s romance draws us in, but we will certainly come back for the additional love stories teased at in this first entry; McLaughlin takes on a tough topic while also establishing genuinely tender intimacy between her protagonists

E-Originals from Ankrum, Jump, and Lovelace | Xpress Reviews

This touching military love story revolves around the magic of coincidence; first in the series, readers will want to revisit Paradise Key in the upcoming installments; readers will savor the latest installment in the series, especially those who enjoy a little suspense

Pop Fiction for Fall | Fiction Previews, Nov. 2018

Archer, Jeffrey. Heads You Win. St. Martin’s. Nov. 2018. 416p. ISBN 9781250172501. $28.99; ebk. ISBN 9781250172518. CD. HISTORICAL In 1968, after his father is assassinated by the KGB, Russian teenage Alexander Karpenko flips a coin to decide whether he and his mother should emigrate (desperately) to London or to New York. Readers get two versions […]

E-Originals from Jacobs, Sheridan, and a Swift Novella | Xpress Reviews

This sweet romance reminds us all why we love the friends-to-lovers plotline—this reviewer could not put this one down; the mix of football and small-town goodwill gives this second-chance love story some local flavor, but readers may find Carson a little too possessive; fans of the “Royal Scandal” series and wedding romances will enjoy this cute, quick read

E-Originals from Albert (a duo), James, and Wyatt | Xpress Reviews

Albert continues to tackle issues military families deal with such as deployment, suicide, and homophobia in her popular “Out of Uniform” series; a pleasant read that takes place in a city that is as big on heart as it is on music; fans of criminal dramas and smoldering, graphic scenes will be deeply satisfied yet hungry for more

E-Originals from Allen, Helm, Tate, and Zanetti | Xpress Reviews

For readers wanting an erotic romance that is very hot but also features emotional ups and downs and a happy ever after; fans of Helm’s previous book, which features Cole, will be disappointed; Tate’s latest is a good bet for readers who want more explicitness; blends elements of Dominance and submission with some spicy romantic interplay

E-Original Romances from Davis, Munn, and Parrish | Xpress Reviews

This sweet romance will hit all the right notes for readers of historical Christian romance; the new series also promises some heat for those cold Montana nights; highly recommended for all libraries where rock star romance is popular

E-Originals from Edwards, Lincoln, and Meader | Xpress Reviews

This feels like a travelog of the time period, with little payoff for new readers; Lincoln’s writing is engaging—for those who love sports-based romances; readers will enjoy the family dynamics of the band-of-brothers hockey team and the women they adore

E-Originals from Arend, Johnson, Linde, and Porter | Xpress Reviews

Readers will want to know more about Heart Falls and the folks who live there; this series launch seems to lack a clear path or central theme; a fascinating and compelling world of vampire and human codependency; the latest in Porter’s “Love on Chance Avenue” series is her best yet