Happy almost December! December is a good month to catch up on 2015 releases before the new year hits. December is a slower month for new book releases but there are still several that I have my eye on. There are a lot of sequels hitting this month
Twelve Books to Read in December:
First Touch by Laurelin Paige – Dec. 29, St. Martin’s Griffin. This is the first book in a romantic suspense duology about a woman searching for a missing friend. She gets involved with the man who may know something about her whereabouts.
The Violinist of Venice: A Story of Vivaldi by Alyssa Palombo – Dec. 15, St. Martin’s Griffin. This is a passionate and fictional account of 18th century Venetian composer, Vivaldi, and his secret mistress.
What She Knew by Gilly Macmillan – Dec. 1, William Morrow Paperbacks. Rachel’s 8-year-old son Ben vanishes in Bristol and everyone’s a suspect in this psychological thriller.
Anything for You by Kristan Higgans – Dec. 29, Harlequin. This is the fifth and final book in the Blue Heron series. I read my first Higgans book earlier this year and this standalone book caught my eye.
Forgetting August by J.L. Berg – Dec. 1, Grand Central Publishing. This is the first book in a New Adult two-book series about a second chance romance.
Oblivion by Jennifer L. Armentrout – Dec. 1, Entangled Teen. I haven’t kept up with the Lux series but maybe reading this retelling (Obsidian from Daemon’s POV) will get me back into it!
Thicker Than Water by Brigid Kemmerer – Dec. 29, Kensington Books. This is a twisty murder mystery that has a paranormal element and dual POV.
See How They Run by Ally Carter – Dec. 22, Scholastic. This is the second book in the Embassy Row series- I just bought book one since the ebook is on super sale. This is a spy series about a girl who believes her mother was murdered and sets out to prove it.
Not If I See You First by Eric Lindstrom – Dec. 1, Poppy. Parker has a set of rules to navigate her blindness and doesn’t suffer fools gladly. A series of events has her rethinking her Rules.
This Raging Light by Estelle Laure – Dec. 22, HMH Books for Young Readers. Lucille has to take care of the bills and her little sister when her parents go MIA- not the best time to fall in love but what you gonna do?
What’s Broken Between Us by Alexis Bass – Dec. 29, Harper Teen. Amanda’s had to deal with the fallout of her brother’s drunk driving accident, and his return from prison causes more problems.
The Trouble With Destiny by Lauren Morrill – Dec. 8, Delacorte. A drum major comes up with a plan to perform in a cruise ship talent show in order to save the band program.
Are any of these on your December TBR? What are you looking forward to reading next month?