August 2021 New Releases

In this last full month of summer, we hope you’re able to steal a moment to read. We have a contemporary romance, a novel set in WWI, a Regency mystery, and a Gilded Age romance releasing this month, and we love recommending them to readers! Be sure to click on the covers if you’d like to read an excerpt.

Yours is the Night by Amanda Dykes

Plot Summary: Mireilles finds her world rocked when the Great War comes crashing into the idyllic home she has always known, taking much from her. When Platoon Sergeant Matthew Petticrew discovers her in the Forest of Argonne, three things are clear: she is alone in the world, she cannot stay, and he and his two companions might be the only ones who can get her to safety.

To Write a Wrong by Jen Turano
The Bleecker Street Inquiry Agency

Plot Summary: Daphne Beekman is a mystery writer by day, inquiry agent by night. She happily works behind the scenes, staying away from danger. But when Herman Henderson arrives on the doorstep, desperate for someone to investigate numerous attempts on his life, Daphne finds herself in the thick of a case she’s determined to solve–and finds her heart in jeopardy as well.

The Barrister and the Letter of Marque by Todd M. Johnson

Plot Summary: As a barrister in 1818 London, William Snopes defends the poor against the powerful–but that changes when a struggling heiress arrives at his door with a mystery surrounding a missing letter from the king’s regent and a merchant’s brig. As he digs deeper, he learns that the forces arrayed against them are even more perilous than he’d imagined.

Love and the Silver Lining by Tammy L. Gray
A State of Grace Novel

Plot Summary: After her dreams of mission work are dashed, Darcy Malone has no choice but to move in with the little sister of a man she’s distrusted for years. Searching for purpose, she jumps at the chance to rescue a group of dogs. But it’s Darcy herself who’ll encounter a surprising rescue in the form of unexpected love, forgiveness, and the power of letting go.

Do you pre-order books you know you’ll want to buy, or get them after release?

2 thoughts on “August 2021 New Releases

  1. If I’ve read the author and its a series, I usually pre buy. If its a new author I’m looking to try and have seen good early reviews on the title, I will buy this too. But for the the newer ones I tend to buy them after release day.

  2. Wow, so many great new stories! I *wish* I could preorder every book I know I’ll want, but that’s often not wise for me to do financially speaking, plus I’m a slow reader. Most of the time I put my most anticipated reads on a list on my phone, save up, and then buy several at the same time when I’m able. Doesn’t mean I’m any less excited to read them, though!

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