Six Early Bird Book Releases – October 6th 2014 (and some pre-orders, too!)

by Maryse on October 6, 2014 · 23 comments

in Latest Book Releases

While I gorge myself on a new book I just started, I thought I’d post a few very exciting-looking books that had an early release today! They are here to tempt us, and keep us GREAT company while we wait for tomorrow’s big release day.

  • Apolonia by Jamie McGuire <— one of my FAV authors goes in a whole new direction with this brand spankin’ new release! Sci Fi romance!!!!
  • Shame (Ruin Series Book 3) by Rachel Van Dyken <— JUST RELEASED. This is the final book in the series!
  • RUIN (The RUIN Series Book 1) by Deborah Bladon
  • Becoming Calder by Mia Sheridan <– Part ONE and so many of our fellow readers are loving it! Part 2 was released, too! I’ve been enjoying this series (especially Archer’s Voice)!!!
  • Finding Eden by Mia Sheridan <— and here’s part 2!!
  • Promises to Keep by Nikki Sex <— sounds SO sweet and angsty! ER doctor in Iraq, soldier dies in his care and he promises to take soldiers wedding ring back to his bride in the U.S. And when they meet… “Despite their growing attraction, there’s just one thing the young widow doesn’t know about her husband’s death: Jack Curren is the one who got him killed.
Tomorrow’s PRE-ORDERS!


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{ 23 comments… read them below or add one }

Jen October 6, 2014 at 6:58 PM

Whoa! I thought Echoes of Scotland Street wasn’t out until February! I know what I am reading first!

Maryse October 6, 2014 at 7:04 PM

I know!!! Quite the delight to see it. :D

bev October 6, 2014 at 7:10 PM

Fabi a sci fi romance! Thought of you as soon as I saw it.
Hmm I thought Last Light would be a stop drop and roll…but that price.
Going to have to think on it.

Amy October 6, 2014 at 7:33 PM

Promises to Keep and Apolonia look realllllllllly good! And it’s Jamie McGuire so…yeah, that’s enough for me. ;)

How about a Halloween cocktail to celebrate this list??? I can always find something to drink to. *giggle*

Maryse October 6, 2014 at 7:35 PM

YES PLEASE Amy!!! Candy Corn and tequila!?? MINE! ;)

Michelle October 6, 2014 at 7:43 PM

Grabbed Shame to round out that series for me. Apolonia is right up my alley so excited to read this!

Unrelated, but a bunch a Kristen Ashley’s lesser talked about books just went on sale for .99 including Three Wishes, Fairytale Comes Alive, Penmort Castle, Sommersgate House and Lucky Stars. Anyone read any of these and have an opinion. Trying to not click on them all haha since I usually buy anything by her.

bev October 6, 2014 at 7:46 PM

Amy I read your comment then went to a bog I like and this was one of the new post. Must be in the air,lol

Zen October 6, 2014 at 7:57 PM

Thanks, Maryse! Grabbed a sample of Apolonia. :)

bev October 6, 2014 at 8:00 PM
Not sure why it didn’t link so will try once more.
Michelle I remember liking Fairytale and Wishes was sweet and silly.
I don’t think I’ve finished Stars. Hmm Penmort might be the Christmas one.
Michelle S has read them all and could probably give you a better idea.

Maryse October 6, 2014 at 9:37 PM

Jell-O shots are fun!

Natasha October 6, 2014 at 9:57 PM

Becoming Calder and finding Eden…what a great great love story!!!

bev October 6, 2014 at 10:19 PM

Finished Dark House. “By the way, rumor has it that you’re a psycho?” Love that line cause seriously the guy is odd. And his giggle!?! Her mom’s a trip, too.
I enjoyed it and will be moving on to Red Fox soon.
I think my head was still with Caroline and West and that maybe I didn’t connect to them as much as I could of, if that makes sense.

Amy October 6, 2014 at 10:24 PM

O.M.G. Jell-O shots with sweetened condensed milk??????? I can seriously eat that by the spoonful. I’m not kidding. Crack open a can and just spoon it out…mmmmmmm. I cannot wait to try those Jell-O shots!! :D Thanks, Bev!

I don’t know how I missed it before, but I am so excited for Last Light!!!! *squealing and clapping hands*

Pia October 7, 2014 at 3:15 AM

Speaking of prices Bev – you are so lucky that you live in the US :)

I live in Denmark (a small country in Europe) and we normally pay 50 – 60 $ for a book in hard or paper back. E-books are half price – around 30$.

I have a kindle and by most books from Amazon, however I am kind of old fashioned and still like some physical books. It is cheaper for me to by books from Amazon in the US and pay freight, import taxes, import charges etc. than to by my books here in Denmark.

Next month I am going to the UK for a few days, where the books are around same price as in the US, and I plan on bringing a suitcase just for the books I am going to buy over there. It’s gonna be awasome :)

Fabi October 7, 2014 at 7:21 AM

Bev, sci-fi +romance + Jamie McGuire, yes mam, I’m on it.
I’m going for that Ruin series too because I love the previous series Vain.

Maryse, I can’t believe you can read two polar opposite books at once. *giggle* I guess that balances them out.

Pia, wow on book prices. Those prices would take my book hobby (addiction) to a whole new level. Feel free to look me up on Goodreads. I am creating a list of books I have that are lendable. I’d be happy to send you any you’re interested in reading. I bet the libraries in Denmark are well stocked. I buy and keep some favorites in hardback copies. But even hardbacks can be found for $1 here if they’re not a recent release.

Fabi October 7, 2014 at 7:27 AM

Oh yeah, Maryse, Immortal by J.R. Ward came out today. Not sure anyone follows it, but she’s one of my auto-buy authors.

Peju October 7, 2014 at 8:17 AM

Just turned on my e-reader and Tied book number 4 from the Tangled series by Emma Chase was on there! Love preorder surprises!

Nanette October 7, 2014 at 8:21 AM

Hey Maryse, I have just finished reading One more chance by Abbi Glines! It was so good! Couldn’t help crying while reading it. I don’t easily cry reading a book, but you can’t read this one without tears. I loved the way Abbi Glines just grabbed you in this one. The emotions…Wow! Words fail me. Abbi Glines you certainly rock as an Author!

bev October 7, 2014 at 8:46 AM

Pia, I couldn’t imagine. I am definitely a little spoiled.
However I have to say I’m a little jealous of you. I would love to see Scandinavia at Christmas time. And the UK! London, Scotland, Wales, and etc. Ah, dream vacations.

Tessa October 7, 2014 at 9:53 AM

Finished Deception by KA Robinson last night and it’s definitely the beginning of a dark read. It ended on a CH but reading it you know it’s going to be bad. Loved it, but I want two because any real mess with the head stuff will be there. I can’t wait!

Amy October 7, 2014 at 10:17 AM

Oh man, Pia, that’s just awful about those prices. I’m with Bev…those are some dream vacation places!

Tessa, you had me at “it’s going to be bad.” ;) The CH part had me grumbling, but I still one-clicked it anyway and will probably wait until the next one comes out before reading it. Oh, and “mess with the head stuff” had me all giddy, too!

Tessa October 7, 2014 at 10:23 AM

*grins* Worse, she’s extremely naive, do you see what will be bad, even when she’s clueless! Poor little twit.

Pia October 7, 2014 at 1:10 PM

Fabi, thanks for the info about Goodreads – I will look into that. Hardbacks for 1$ – wow – I would need to turn one of my rooms into a home library :)

Bev and Amy – if you ever go to Scandinavia I have a spare room you can lend :) Well it might depend on how many books I am buying in London – the home library theory – Lol :)

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