Gena Showalter, author of the upcoming Through the Zombie Glass, book two of The White
Rabbit Chronicles, shares her must-read list for the coming months.
1.Endless Knight by Kresley Cole is the second book in the Arcana Chronicles series,
and I’m already rubbing my hands together with glee. When the heroine Evie
Greene becomes a captive of her enemy Death (a merciless warrior based on the
Death/Grim Reaper card in a Tarot deck), she’s desperate to escape him and
return to the boy she loves—Cajun Jack Deveaux—but she soon discovers that
the Reaper, with his shocking secrets, is more seductive than she could have
a mega-huge Katie McGarry fan, I have been foaming-at-the-mouth eager for her
next offering, Crash Into You. This tale promises heart-pounding action,
steamy kisses to fog up the windows in my heart, high-octane drag racing, and a
love story filled with the power of hope. Isaiah Walker, the loner foster kid, and Rachel Young, the daughter of
one of the wealthiest men in the state, end up in a life and death situation,
forcing the unlikely pair to work together to pay off a debt. The sparks will
fly on and off the track, but I have a feeling the road will lead straight to
my favorite thing in the world: love.
3.Don’t You Wish by
Roxanne St. Claire is hysterical and heartbreaking, taking every girl’s
fantasy, adding a surprisingly emotional twist and blending with glitter
confetti. It’s a charming tale of a
nobody who becomes a somebody and learns that perfection comes with a very
steep price tag. High school has never
been so much fun—or so complicated, considering the right boy lives in the
wrong universe. I laughed, I cried, I
loved. This debut sparkles—make room on
your keeper shelf.
4.Daylightersby the amazing and
wonderful Rachel Caine is the highly anticipated blowout ending to the
Morganville Vampires series, and focuses on the big question: What makes
someone a hero, or a villain? Claire
must face the question head-on ... are the vampires the villains, heroes, or
victims of Morganville? And if she stands with them, what does that make her—or cost her? I have to know!
no secret that I’m addicted to bad boys, and The Iron Traitor by Julie Kagawa promises to
feed the obsession with two very different guys going head to head: reluctant
hero Ethan Chase, who is trying to save the human and faery worlds, and his fey
nephew Keirran, who might just do something unthinkable to save the girl he
loves. I’m already drooling for this action-filled fantasy.