#SoontoDrop Most Anticipated Reads of the Week

My most anticipated releases of the week are here!  Make sure you check them out, add them to your TBR, and pre-order as soon as possible.  They are must reads!

Check back throughout the week in order to see my reviews and other book news, and make sure you head over to my Facebook page for your chance to win an e-book copy of one of the many new releases being published this week!

Also, don’t forget to comment on any post throughout the week in order to enter to win any ebook from your own TBR ($5.99 Limit).  Each comment is an entry, so make sure to comment multiple times.

Sarah’s Musings…
I don’t know that I could have picked a better book to start my year with. Drifter by Kristy Marie is EVERYTHING! I got humor, I got chemistry, and I got layered characters – all the makings of a must read romance.
Tricia’s Musings…
When I read the blurb for Drifter, I couldn’t wait to add it to my TBR. Having recently read Commander in Briefs, I’m even more excited for Hayes’ story.

Pretty things don’t distract me. In my line of work, a distraction will get you caught. Or in my case, blackmailed. But this isn’t the only time I’ve been hustled, and soon Connor Hayes will learn that men are only pawns in my end game. I don’t love. I hate. Even a pretty boy like him.

Two wrongs don’t make a right. Except when they are five-foot-seven and hotter than my exhaust pipe. So, I blackmailed her. It was either that or turn her in. And if anyone was going to put her in handcuffs, it was going to be me. Bianca Morgan stole the only woman I’ve ever loved. It’s only fair she replace her.

Sarah’s Musings…
Peter Pan has to be one of my favorite novels. So much so, that I forced my fellow English teacher to teach it to her British Literature class. It is that iconic tale of straddling the adult world and the innocent, adventurous world of childhood, and so when I saw Gina Maxwell was planning a retelling I was equal parts excited and scared. What would Pan look like modernized? Well, Gina Maxwell shot Pan way out into the stratosphere. I was consumed by the adult romance of Pan and Wendy as well as elated by all the iconic parts of my beloved tale she wove into their epic love.
Tricia’s Musings…
This will be my first read by this author. I am curious to see how she deals with a modern, adult version of this classic story.
Once upon a time, in Neverland, North Carolina—I fell in love.

I was twelve when Peter first climbed up to my balcony.
Thirteen when I sneaked out to see him at the School for Lost Boys.
Seventeen when his touch made me fly,
And eighteen when his words made me cry.

We were magnetic, drawn to each other from that very first night, and what I thought would be forever. But when it came time for me to leave, he wouldn’t come with, so I left town with a map for my future and a shattered heart.

Ten years later, I’ve returned to Neverland, hoping to find a man in place of the boy.

Peter was partially right, growing up is no fun. After quitting my fancy career that sucked the magic out of life, I’m now organizing the fundraiser of the year. In a move that could make or break the event and my new company, I’ve hired Peter, master mechanic and owner of LB Automotive, to help me pull this off—trusting him to rebuild a classic car for the auction that could help hundreds of foster kids in need.

I thought I was prepared, but the boy who refused to leave is now a man hell-bent on getting me to stay, and as sparks fly between us, that undeniable fire flares back to life, deeper and hotter than ever.

But that ripped body doesn’t mean Peter’s matured enough to make us or this event work, and not everyone in Neverland is happy about my return.

Not every wound heals.
Not every heart can be fixed.
Not every boy grows up.

And after all this time, the love we found might be lost to us again…this time, forever.

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Sarah’s Musings…

Blood and Chaos had me on the edge of my seat! Clutching my chest, my eyes flew across the pages as fast as they could, and S.M. Soto ripped my heart to shreds in the best way an author can!! An ABSOLUTE MUST READ!

Tricia’s Musings…

The ending of Deception and Chaos left me with my heart in my mouth. I’m almost too scared to read Blood and Chaos, but I desperately need to know what happens next!


We thought the games were over…but they’ve only just begun.

She was the puppet.

He pulled the strings.

Now the death toll is rising, what could this mean?

It was all a game.

Of feelings.

Of pain.

Death is just an illusion, or so they say.

She was just a pawn on a piece of his demented board. But there’s only one question left to settle the score…Can dead people really stay dead?

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Sarah’s Musings…

Staci Hart has written one of my favorite series of hers. Not only is it well written, but I also love the romances and the heroes. Most of all, though, I love the heroines. They are my FAVORITE HEROINES OF HERS EVER! Readers can see themselves in them. We root for them. We grow with them. I’m excited to see what this heroine is going to bring to the table.



I never thought my first kiss would be on my wedding day.

But here I stand, clutching a bouquet of pale pink roses behind the doors of a Las Vegas chapel, and at the end of the aisle is the absolute last man I imagined would be waiting for me.

Thomas Bane.

Bestselling author. Notorious bad boy. Savagely handsome, dark as sin, chiseled as stone. And somehow, my soon-to-be husband.

Marry him, and I’ll land my dream job. Save him, and I’ll walk away with everything I’ve ever wanted. All I have to do is remember it’s all for show. None of it is real, no matter how real it feels.

But first, I have to survive the kiss.

And with lips like his, my heart doesn’t stand a chance.

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Happy reading,


  1. I ordered the paperback of Blood and Chaos, and can’t wait to see it with the copy of Deception and Chaos that I was fortunate enough to win in one of the author’s giveaways. Truly some of the most beautiful covers I’ve ever seen.

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