Here’s a list of known upcoming book releases from your favorite paranormal romance authors for February 2010.

If we’ve missed any titles, feel free to post a comment informing of us of the book title, author and release date.

February 1st

Legend of the White Wolf: Wolf Series #4
Terry Spear

Red Wolf
Linda Thomas-Sundstrom


Big, Bad, and Barbaric
Jaid Black


Catch of a Lifetime
Judi Fennell


The Hellhound King
Lori Devoti


February 2nd

Flirt: Anita Blake #18
Laurell K Hamilton

Accidentally Demonic: An Accidental Series #4
Dakota Cassidy

Moon Craving: A Children of the Moon Novel #2
Lucy Monroe

Archangel’s Kiss: Guild Hunter series #2
Nalini Singh

Blood Magic: World of the Lupi series #6
Eileen Wilks

Unknown: Outcast Season series #2
Rachel Caine

Laced With Desire: Anthology
 Jaci Burton, Jasmine Haynes, Denise Rossetti, Joey W. Hill

Sucker Bets: Vegas Vampires series
Erin McCarthy

The Reckoners
Doranna Durgin

Nauti Deceptions: Nauti Boys series #5
Lora Leigh

Moonlight and Shadows: Anthology
Annmarie McKenna, Dawn Halliday, Jamie Craig

Brotherhood of Blood
Bianca D’Arc

Real Vampires Hate Their Thighs:  Glory St. Clair series
Gerry Bartlett

Howling For My Baby
Beverly Rae

Ladies Prefer Rogues: Anthology
Janet Chapman, Sandra Hill, Veronica Wolff, Trish Jensen




February 9th 

Embrace the Night Eternal
Joss Ware

First Drop of Crimson: Night Huntress World #1
Jeaniene Frost

Mammoth Book of Irish Romance: Anthology
23  Authors / Edited by Tricia Telep

February 14th

The Phantom Queen Awakes
Misc authors including Anya Bast

February 16th

Pleasure of a Dark Prince: Immortals After Dark #10
Kresley Cole

February 23rd

Defeat the Darkness: Paladins of Darkness #6
Alexis Morgan

Black Magic Sanction: Rachel Morgan #8
Kim Harrison

Blood of the Demon: Kara Gillian #2
Diana Rowland

Dragon Unmasked
Kathleen Nance

Jordan: A Pendragon Legacy novel
Susan Kearney

Cat’s Claw: Calliope Reaper-Jones #2
Amber Benson

Demon Possessed: Megan Chase #3
Stacia Kane

Once Bitten, Twice Dead
Bianca D’Arc

The Battle Sylph
L.J. McDonald

Demonfire: The DemonSlayers
Kate Douglas

This is a humorous book, with lots of twists and unexpected characters.  Michael Thomas Ford has a great imagination, and uses classic characters in a fresh and witty story.  This is a quick read and leaves you with an ending wanting more.  This book gets one flame for romance, 3 ½ stars (out of 5) for likability.  If you like Mary Janice Davidson’s “Undead Series”, you’ll love “Jane Bites Back”.



Jane Austen is a vampire.  She lives in a College town in NY, and owns a bookstore, selling her own books to eager readers, as well as unauthorized biographies, sequels, and (gasp) spin-offs!  Jane craves to be published again, pushing a manuscript written before she was turned, which has been rejected 116 times.  An interesting twist of fate gets Jane’s hopes up for fame, until she realizes that it’s not all it’s cracked up to be.  Now she has to hide her identity and she’s being accused of plagiarism by a crazed blogger who seems to have a personal vendetta against her.  Not only does she have to watch out for her life, but she also has to juggle several men vying for her attention: one from her past and one from her present.  Which man will win her heart?  Will Jane figure out who’s trying to sabotage her newly reborn career and who’s trying to kill her? 


Review submitted by:  ILEC

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The 4th book in Terry Spear’s Werewolf series can easily be a stand alone read. In Legend of the White Wolf she takes us on a suspense filled journey to the frozen forest of Maine. Spear’s attention to vivid detail and emotions makes it impossible not to feel as if you are right there with the characters, feeling the cold bite of an arctic wind, or enjoying the warmth as your fingers run through a wolf’s fur. The characters come off the pages and grab your attention quickly. Legend of the White Wolf will have you wondering who the good guys really are, and turning pages all night long!


Cameron MacPherson has come to Maine, determined to find his two Seattle PI business partners who are late returning from their hunting trip. Faith O’Malley is there to track down her ex-boyfriend who stole her father’s secret research. When the hotel mistakenly gives Faith the key to Cameron’s room they are both surprised at the sudden attraction between them. Business, not pleasure is foremost on their minds. They soon find that their investigations are heading in the same direction, and they are suddenly involved with murders, mystical wolves, and a group of fanatics determined to prove the existence of werewolves.

Everything changes in the frozen backcountry as the passion between them can no longer be denied and heats up as they work as a team. However, when a wolf attacks and Cameron is bitten they soon realize that there is more to the legends of mystical wolves than just a story. Now they must work with the lupus garou pack to solve the murders, save the pack, and the future of the entire lupus garou world. But when the alpha male sets his sights on Faith can a newly changed Cameron survive the challenge and claim Faith for himself?

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Our featured author of January, Diane Laurence, has graciously offered a personalized authorgraphed copy of her book

How to Catch and Keep a Vampire: A Step-By-Step Guide to Loving the Bad and the Beautiful.

Simply leave a comment to this post telling us…

If you could ask a vampire one question about dating his/her kind, what would it be?

We’ll be taking entries through January 31st, with the name of a lucky reader to be drawn from the hat on January 31st, 2010. The winner will be contacted via e-mail and will be announced here as soon as they have replied to us.

Ladies and gents, our featured author for the month of January is Diana Laurence, author of How To Catch and Keep a Vampire, as well as several other award winning books.

Ms. Laurence has kindly answered a series of questions for us here at and we’re pleased to share her answers with you.

Now without further ado, an interview with the gracious Diana Laurence.


Congratulations to Bella (commenter #33) on winning a copy of Nicole Cleaver’s Death Wish. Happy Reading!

Check back soon for our newest giveaway!


R. Malone’s Crimson Rose (Jan/Feb 2010) is an intense read that is unlike most vampire romance books on the shelves today.  This is not a story with a clear cut “love conquers all” feeling to it. It is truly a happily ever after…with a twist.


Rose Litchford hasn’t had a great life for the last 5 years. Her husband was killed the same night they conceived her son, Jacob. Rose and Jacob are living with her abusive boyfriend Shane, who has made it all too clear what would happen if Rose ever left him. Could things get much worse for Rose? She soon finds out when a strange man, Stefan, begins stalking her, leaving bloodied roses by her window, waking her son and telling him that he is going to take her from Shane.

When she confronts him outside her home one night, she realizes he is not a mere man, but something else. He forces a passionate kiss on her as he confesses his love.  Rose is confused and frightened by his abrupt statement of love and the fact that he says he’s known her for a century.


Everything changes in the blink of an eye for Rose. After Stefan saves her from a brutal attack by Shane, he renders her unconscious and steals her away. She wakes to find herself being held prisoner by this Stefan. Locked in a room he comes only to feed upon her. She begs to leave, to see her son. He only professes his love and says that she can never leave him. She is trapped with a monster, a vampire. The only other company is an aged butler and a female vampire that has obvious feelings for Stefan and less than favorable feelings for Rose.


Many weeks pass and Rose learns a secret that Stefan has kept hidden, something that proves to her he was just as much a monster in his mortal life as he is now. Stefan tries to make her understand, but given her current standing with him she has nothing else to judge him by.

Stefan eventually brings Rose’s son to her, yet still keeps them both captive in his home.


Throughout the story Rose is continuously trying to figure out if Stefan is truly a monster or if there is something more, something good inside him that has been buried because of a brutal past. Stefan lost the love of his life the same night he lost his mortal life and was an empty shell until he found Rose.

Just when Rose begins to think she may be able find some happiness with Stefan, a ghost from his past returns with nothing but vengeance planned. Stefan must come face to face with his past in order to save his future with Rose. Rose must face the facts of Stefan’s past and struggle with the life-altering decisions about their future. 



Have you read Crimson Rose?  If so, please feel free to leave a comment letting others know what you think.

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