Welcome to February! This month if you’re in the mood for a romance…or a page-turning suspense novel…or a historical view of an unusual time period…or a dual-time drama, you can find it here in our list of new releases. If you’d like to learn more, click on the covers to read an excerpt.
A Defense of Honor by Kristi Ann Hunter
Plot Summary: Daphne Blakemoor was happy living in seclusion. But when ownership of the estate where she works passes to William, Marquis of Chemsford, her quiet life is threatened. William also seeks a refuge from his past, but when an undeniable family connection is revealed, can they find the courage to face their deepest wounds and forge a new path for the future?
Between Two Shores by Jocelyn Green
Plot Summary: With a Mohawk mother and a French father in 1759 Montreal, Catherine Duval finds it easiest to remain neutral among warring sides. But when her British ex-fiancé, Samuel, is taken prisoner by her father, he claims to have information that could end the war. At last, she must choose whom to fight for. Is she willing to commit treason for the greater good?
A Faithful Gathering by Leslie Gould
Plot Summary: Leisel left her Amish roots for a career in medicine. She has an English boyfriend and big dreams—but these come crashing down when her sister is diagnosed with cancer. Soon nothing is going as planned. With difficult choices to make, will she stick to the traditions of her past—or learn from the story of a WWII ancestor and embrace a life of uncertainty?
A Breach of Trust by Rachel Dylan
Plot Summary: When corporate litigator Mia Shaw finds her colleague brutally murdered, she vows to make the killer pay. The accused is a friend of Noah Ramirez, who knows something doesn’t add up. As Mia takes on a case of corporate espionage, Noah becomes her only ally. But can he convince her that the killer is still on the loose—and protect her from growing threats?
A Desperate Hope by Elizabeth Camden
Plot Summary: A female accountant in 1908, Eloise Drake thought she’d put her past behind her. Then her new job lands her in the path of the man who broke her heart. Alex Duval, mayor of a doomed town, can’t believe his eyes when he sees Eloise as part of the entourage that’s come to wipe his town off the map. Can he convince her to help him—and give him another chance?
Do you seek out romances during February, or is there a different genre you typically prefer?