Most Anticipated of 2014

To kick off the new year we’re sharing our most anticipated books of 2014. Narrowing this list down to 5 was almost as hard as narrowing down our best of books from 2013. But narrow it down we did. So here’s our most anticipated of 2014.


  1. Dark Wolf by Christine Feehan
  2. Dare to Desire by Carly Phillips
  3. Shield of Winter by Nalini Singh
  4. Stephanie Tyler has two books I’m anxiously awaiting in 2014 Salvation the third book in her Defiance Series, and Viper’s Run the first book in her new MC series.
  5. It Happened One Wedding by Julie James

There are a couple of other books I’m resisting begging the authors to read now one of them is the Marked anthology with three of my favorite people Lauren Dane, Vivian Arend and Kit Rocha. And don’t get me started on Beyond Jealousy by Rocha as well. 


  1. The Undead Pool by Kim Harrison
  2. Burned by Karen Marie Moning
  3.  Magic Breaks by Ilona Andrews
  4.  The King by JR Ward
  5.  A Shiver of Light by Laurell K Hamilton


  1. Shiver of Light by Laurell K. Hamilton
  2. Night Broken by Patricia Briggs
  3. Shield of Winter by Nalini Singh
  4.  Wild Wolf by Jennifer Ashley
  5.  The King by J.R Ward

Jeananna ~ These are in no particular order.

  1. Breaking Away (Assassins #5) by Tony Aleo
  2. After the Storm (KGI #8) by Maya Banks
  3. Marked (Beyond 3.5) & Beyond Jealousy (Beyond #4) by Kit Rocha
  4. Three Weeks with a Bullrider (Oklahoma Nights #3) by Cat Johnson
  5. Hillbilly Rockstar (Blacktop Cowboys #6) by Lorelei James

What books are you looking forward to the most this year?




  1. patoct

    Anything by my fav contemps:
    Robyn Carr
    Susan Mallery
    Alex Morgan
    Toni Blake
    Rachel Gibson
    Carly Phillips
    Sherryl Woods to name just a few.

  2. marcyshuler

    HARD AS YOU CAN by Laura Kaye
    THE ESCAPE by Mary Balogh
    WAITING ON YOU by Kristan Higgins
    ONCE IN A LIFETIME by Jill Shalvis
    IT’S IN HIS KISS by Jill Shalvis
    THEN CAME YOU by Jill Shalvis


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