This week, I'm doing things a little differently. Instead of spotlighting a book I can't wait for, I'm going to be featuring some 2012s that you guys need to be sure YOU are waiting for!
Tempest by Julie Cross: More kinds of brilliant than I can even explain, with a fantastically well done main character who you'll fall hard for. Coming January 17 from St. Martin's Griffin.
Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi: I loved this one like my dog loves Beggin' Strips. And has without a doubt one of the most make you melt lines EVER. And Perry is utterly delectable and lickable. And he's also mine.
|Yeah, not the full cover. But I stole this from Suzanne's blog anyhow because it's pretty|
Live Through This by Mindi Scott: I've read any early draft of this one, and fell in love. And since it can really only get even better from there... trust me, you want this one. Remember all that awesome emotion and stellar characterization in Freefall? Yeah. It's back.
Fracture by Megan Miranda: A perfect Kari book in so many ways. I intended to read only a chapter, I didn't put it down once. Also? This cover is so amazingly fitting. I love it.
Wanderlove by Kirsten Hubbard: Some of the most gorgeous writing ever. An amazing setting. Sweet romance. And beautiful artwork. Also, homebody Kari wants to backpack through Central America now.
A Touch Morbid by Leah Clifford: I stayed up till 3 am to read this one straight through, and then I couldn't sleep because I couldn't get this book out of my mind. Talk about amazing story and characters.
Wings of the Wicked by Courtney Allison Moulton: A stellar follow up, kicking everything up several levels. More Will (though never enough, for some reason...), not to mention quite a bit of Cadan. And an ending that is sure to leave you stunned.
So there you have it. Some of the 2012s that already have me amped up and crazy excited... and several of these are already on pre-order. Are these on your list? If not, click the links to add them to your Goodreads shelves, because trust me, you do not want to miss a single one.