You Belong to Me by Karen Rose - I pre-ordered this book from Amazon.co.uk back in December and have been checking my mailbox ever since it shipped :) I mean, a Karen Rose book coming out in the rest of the world, there was no way I was going to wait 6 months for it to release in North America. Yes, that is how much I love Ms Rose :)
How to Woo a Reluctant Lady by Sabrina Jeffries - Third book in The Hellions of Halstead series. I was really looking forward to it for the storyline since it has the friends to lovers theme as well as fake engagement.
Secondhand Spirits by Juliet Blackwell - Like I mentioned in my number post, I want to read a little bit more cozy mysteries this year. This seems to suit me well as I've read Ms Blackwell previously and the heroine is a witch. You know how I have a weakness for witches :)
Confessions of a Demon by S.L. Wright - I've been wanting to start a new UF series. Why? No idea LOL, just a feeling :) So this is the book I stumbled over :)
Queen of Shadows by Dianne Sylvan - I needed another book in order to use my coupon and this is what I chose. Once again, because it was UF and it got a pretty good buzz on blogland :)
Blood Stains by Sharon Sala - I'm a huge fan of Ms Sala. Her latest trilogy hasn't work for me too well (only read the first book ^_^;;;), but I'm not giving up on her, that's for sure. I'm really looking for this new trilogy and so far, the feedback I've heard has been good :)
Wild Man Creek by Robyn Carr - Yep, book #12! Her couple last books have been a bit of a miss, but I have a feeling about this one... and I love those Riordan brothers :)
The Perfect Mistress by Victoria Alexander - It's Victoria Alexander! My comfort historical romance author :) Hey, can someone confirm though... did she really move from Avon to Kensington?
Once Upon a Scandal by Delilah Marvelle - I've been meaning to read Ms Marvelle ever since I've met her at RT convention last year :) I skipped on the first book, Prelude to a Scandal, because it dealt with a sex addict; however, reviews have been favorable and I think I need to get back to it :)
Kiss at Your Own Risk by Stephanie Rowe - I've enjoyed Ms Rowe's book in the past and have been wanting to read more of her :)
Scandal of the Year by Laura Lee Guhrke - Ms Guhrke has a little je-ne-sais-quoi in her writing and as a result, she's one of my favorite. I've really enjoyed Wedding of the Season and was looking forward to Scandal of the Year :P It seems to be a happy-go-lucky heroine thawing out a stuffy hero theme - one of my favorites :) I just couldn't wait to get my hands on it :)
What do you think? I made it up for last week, right? :) LOL, tell the truth, it's more books than I realized ^_^; So, any books in this post that you're planning to get or have read? :P