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Saturday, January 14, 2012

Most Anticipated Books of 2012

First off, not every book I'm eagerly awaiting made this list. The main group that were left off are the next books in series I'm not up to date on. For example, although I've only read Hounded by Kevin Hearne so far, there's no doubt I'll be picking up Tricked the day it comes out regardless of whether or not I've caught up. The other group is the novels that either don't have final titles, covers, and/or release dates. I'll most likely highlight these using Waiting on Wednesday as more information is available. Anyway, on to the list!

Urban Fantasy:

To Walk the Night by E.S. Moore (01/03/12) **purchased
By a Thread by Jennifer Estep (02/28/12) **received eARC
Black Howl by Christina Henry (02/28/12) **received review copy
Blood on the Bayou by Stacey Jay (03/27/12) **purchased
Royal Street by Suzanne Johnson (04/10/12) **received review copy
Nightshifted by Cassie Alexander (05/22/12)
Boyfriend from Hell by Jamie Quaid (05/29/12)
Blood of Innocence by Tami Dane (06/05/12)
Changeling by Kelly Meding (06/21/12)
Darklands by Nancy Holzner (07/31/12)

Paranormal Romance:

Alpha Instinct by Katie Reus (02/07/12) **purchased
Wicked as They Come by Delilah S. Dawson (03/27/12) **purchased
The Slayer by Theresa Meyers (04/01/12)
Shadow Bound by Rachel Vincent (05/22/12)

Young Adult:

A Beautiful Evil by Kelly Keaton (02/21/12)
Insurgent by Veronica Roth (04/28/12) **pre-ordered
Dark Frost by Jennifer Estep (05/29/12) **received eARC
Wake by Amanda Hocking (08/21/12)


  1. I keep almost buying Stacey Jay's first book, but something always stops me. I should just get it, and see how it is. Seems like it might be good.

    I just read a book by Ben Aaronovitch - here (states) it's called Midnight Riot. My copy is Rivers of London though (happily, I have the UK version) and it was pretty good.

  2. Dead on the Delta was in my top 10 of 2011. I definitely recommend it, especially if you enjoy new takes on faeries. I have the first two books by Ben Aaronovitch on my TBR pile. Just need to find time to read them.

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  4. Cassandra, sorry but that giveaway has ended. I'm not sure when it ended, but the date the contest ended should have been at the bottom of the post.


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