My most highly anticipated romance books for February 2017

February is going to be one AMAZING month – 19 books so far are going to hit my kindle. Unbelievable!!

And who knows how many I’ve missed or don’t even know about yet.

It could be easily a new book every day.


Into the Fire
(Night Prince #4)
by Jeaniene Frost

Royally Matched
(Royally #2)
by Emma Chase

The Cad and the Co-Ed
(Rugby #3)

Mack Daddy
by Penelope Ward

Devil in Spring
(The Ravenels #3)

Fake Fiancée

Echoes in Death
(In Death #44)
by J.D. Robb

Pucked Off
(Pucked #5)

The Hot One
(One Love)

Till Death

by Tijan

Anything You Can Do

Pretty Face

What are some of your most anticipated February books?

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6 thoughts on “My most highly anticipated romance books for February 2017

    1. Yeah 😀 two books a year… It’s paradise for a fan like me. But for someone that just starts out it can be quite taunting, or they might lose interest. I think I started out when there were at least 20+ books out. So it wasn’t too bad to catch up with the rest.

      1. I feel like I started when they were in the teens. There weren’t that many because I had them in paperback and I remember putting them in sequence and there were only like 12. 44 is crazy!

        1. lol – OMG long time ago….. Yeah, 44!! How is that possible that she still had ideas for new ones, and in every single one there is more growth and development.

  1. Mists of Serengheti by Leyah Attar, Crown of Lies by Pepper Winters and Cole by Tijan, here are some of my most wanted 😉

    1. I’ve seen Mists of the Serengeti everywhere lately, people LOVE it. I’m conflicted. I didn’t think Paper Sawn was as amazing as people made it out, I’m not sure how much I would like her latest book. Maybe she is just not an author I would enjoy as much as other people apparently do. ;( Crown of Lies was a head-twister. And Tijuan will always be on my reading list.;D

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