Hello, there! We are officially on November, one month away from vacation, Christmas Time and, for me in Brazil, BEACH TIME! (Over here, we are on Spring and going strong for Summer, as if we ever have got out of Summer). Anyway, I’m babbling, I’m sorry 🙂 So, I sorted out some cool releases from November, in my humble opinion, and made a list. I have to say that this is the third month in a roll that I do this and I’m very pleased with myself, haha! (I’ve been saying that a lot lately, sorry! It’s just that it is very rewarding to be able to keep the blog alive and running during my last semester at college, haha! If you on a similar situation, congratulations: we are heroes!)
But let’s go to the chosen ones! By the way, you can check out a Goodreads list with the 200 hottest releases for November here 🙂
Daniel’s True Desire (True Gentlemen #2), by Grace Burrowes
So, I’m a real fan of Grace Burrowes. She does something very hard, on my opinion. Grace writes historical romances, but her differencial is that ALL HER CHARACTERS ARE RELATED SOMEHOW. Yeah. She posted on her website a map for her readers, if they really wish to read the books in the chronological order, as they are really all connected. How does she do that? I don’t know, but I’ve read three books from her (Darius and Nicholas, with their review links, and The Bridegroom Wore Plaid, which I never properly reviewed and I apologize for that, but you can have an idea of my opinion here) and she is amazing. So, you will know each time she releases new books, haha! Besides, the cover is awesome.
Forget Tomorrow (Forget Tomorrow Series #1), by Pintip Dunn
What attracted my attention at first was the book cover, but a quickly overview on it’s Goodreads page told me that a lot of people that read it for NetGalley gave 3 stars or more, leaving me curious. Now I want to read it too, haha!
Idol Dreams, Vol. 1, by Arina Tanemura
I LOVE this manga! I was trying to read it online, as it wasn’t published in English yet AND NOW IT IS! This is awesome and I can’t wait to read the next chapters – I always manage to find this title only up to chapter three… This author is the same that wrote Full Moon Wo Sagashite, The Gentlemen’s Alliance, Vampire Rose, Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne, and ION ❤
It Ended Badly: Thirteen of the Worst Breakups in History, by Jennifer Wright
I have a thing for History books and this one seems brilliant! Break ups are never easy, but can you imagine how bad this can be to be considered one of the worse in History?? I’m curious to my bones!
The Bazaar of Bad Dreams, by Stephen King
It’s Stephen King. And, even if I wanted to give a more detailed description of the story, I wouldn’t be able because Goodreads managed to not say a word about the damn book on its blurb. Go ahead and check for yourself, I was so mad at this that I didn’t even researched more. They want mystery? Fine, I’ll give them mystery –‘’
The Irresistible Rogue (Playful Brides #4), by Valerie Bowman
This is a historical romance. I love those, sorry. You will find a lot of this on the blog and on my to-read lists, haha!
The Secret Life of Anna Blanc, by Jennifer Kincheloe
This book sounds amazing. This girl, Anna Blanc, has a huge secret to keep from everybody and if her boss, her family or her fiancé find out, she is screwed. I love historical books that shows how women fought on their own way to have power 😀
White Collar Girl, by Renee Rosen
This book is very close to home for me, as the main character is a woman and journalist. I need to know if she succeeded, haha!
Assassin’s Creed: Underworld (Assassin’s Creed #8), by Oliver Bowden
I’m a big BIG big fan of Assassin’s Creed. I suck at playing it, because as much as I love videogames, they always beat my ass up, haha! But with books is different: I’m missing only two books on my collection by Oliver Bowden and have read the first two. Now only 6 more to go, haha!
House of Shadows, by Nicola Cornick
I’ve met Nicola through her historical romances, which I’ve read two: Miss Verey’s Proposal, which I just discovered that belong in a series and I never knew (it is one of those series books that could be standalones, you know?) and The Blanchland Secret. The first was rated 4 stars, it was very creative and funny, and the second, 3 stars, as it was only good enough to pass time, but nothing memorable. I apologize for not having reviews for those too, but I read like crazy since always and made the blog only 5 months ago 😦 Anyway, this one sounds interesting and let’s see what Nicola is doing!
The Night Clock, by Paul Meloy
I was sent this book through NetGalley, it sounds cool! I’ll update this post when I have the review link 😀
How to Lose a Bachelor, by Anna Banks
I’ve read the first book in The Syrena Legacy series, also from Anna, and I fell in love with her writing and how she tells stories. This book sounds like tons of fun and I can’t wait to read it ❤
A Gentleman for All Seasons, by Shana Galen, Vanessa Kelly, Kate Noble, Theresa Romain
This is a book with several historical romances tied together by the same place, from several authors, so it shall be cool 😀
Da Vinci’s Tiger, by L.M. Elliott
This is a historical romance based on Da Vinci’s muse, the famous Mona Lisa. I love the Renaissance, so it makes sense for me to read this ❤
When I Was Yours, by Samantha Towle
I loved this cover and I felt sorry for the dumped guy, so I need to know what happened, haha!
Winter (The Lunar Chronicles #4), by Marissa Meyer
I want to start, eventually, this series. Besides, this cover is awesome, haha! I have to say that I never paid much attention to this series because I didn’t thought it interesting *getting ready for the stones*, but after talking to several blog and instagram friends, I decided I have to give it a shot, along with The Mortal Instruments and The Hunger Games 🙂
Once Upon a Marquess (The Worth Saga #1), by Courtney Milan
Another historical romance and I regret nothing! But I do admit that this cover is amateur business.
The Golden Braid (Medieval Fairy Tale Romance #2), by Melanie Dickerson
I saw this book being promoted on Instagram and instantly knew I needed to read the whole series: fairy tales gone wrong? COUNT ME IN! This one is about Rapunzel and Robin Hood together 😉
Fire Falling (Air Awakens #2), by Elise Kova
One of my best friends (hi, Lindsey!) recommended the first book in this series to me and I’m dying to read it now, because she knows me too well, haha! Also, there’s a giveaway for the second volume of the series going on Goodreads 🙂
Sweetest Scoundrel (Maiden Lane #9), by Elizabeth Hoyt
Yet another historical romance…
The Match of the Century (Marrying the Duke #1), by Cathy Maxwell
Followed by another one! I still regret nothing, HAHA!
That’s it, guys! Thanks for reading! Which books are you looking forward on November? 😀