Monday, August 20, 2007

Book BIN Tuesday -- Never The Same/Samhain Print

Welcome to a Very Special Edition of Book BIN Tuesday!

Tempting as it is, I won't be pimping my own book in this feature today (check post immediately below for that). There are just too many great books coming out I don't want to miss.

See, today is Print Book release from Samhain, and there are a ton of great titles hitting the shelves this month.


A Little Harmless Sex, by Melissa Schroeder.

Beautiful Monster, by Joely Skye.

Checkmate, by Annmarie McKenna.

Joker's Wild: Three Nights, by Lena Matthews.

Mortified Matchmaker, by Alexis Fleming.

The Wolverine and the Rose, by Rebecca Goings. (Who deserves an extra shout-out for titling Tease Me, Please Me. The Title Goddess strikes again!)

And the book I'm featuring this week, Never the Same by Diane Craver.

I'm so thrilled that NTS is being released this week. Diane Craver is a talented writer who really knows how to tug at the heartstrings in her books, whether they're inspirational romance, chick lit mystery, or (in this case) mainstream women's fiction. Here's some info on the book:

They walk away from the wreckage of an airplane, but their hearts and lives will never be the same.

When fashion buyer Kimberly Collins and high school senior Tori Moorhead escape a burning plane, both women make radical decisions that intertwine their lives forever.

Kim's priorities change, especially in the bedroom. She's thankful to be taken to another world-one of love and romance, not of smoke and death. When she decides she wants another child, her husband reveals his own shocking plans for their family.

Pregnant teenager Tori is on her way to get a secret abortion when the plane crashes. The baby's teen father wants to get married. Her dad pushes for adoption. Caught between the two men she loves, Tori struggles to make the right decisions for her baby and the future she dreamed of.


Doesn't that sound captivating?

I can't wait to see these books on the shelves (and in my hot little hands). With such a wide variety of titles to choose from, how can you help but Buy (Them) Now?

1 comment:

Stacy~ said...

Sounds pretty good, though I have to be in a certain kind of mood to read a more serious story like that. But thanx for the heads-up.