Start The New Year Off With A New Book

It’s New Year’s Eve and many people around the world are going to be dressing up to head out and party through midnight. However if you’re like me then the only thing on your mind is what quiet little corner you’re going to take refuge in and what awesome new book you’re going to spend the entire day with. After all, New Years Eve is the one day of the year when no one will look cross eyed at you when you come in bleary eyed the next day.

So, for the readers looking to start the new year off right I’ve got some awesome books suggestions to help you ring in the New Year with. Starting with “Toxic Ash,’ of course which was released just in time for Christmas.

When you dance with the Devil – there’s Hell to pay… Somehow Ash survived Nevada but now it’s time to clean up the mess she made in the process. Her contract is up for review and if she wants to avoid a fatal cancellation, she’s going to have to do something to prove her usefulness to The Company and delve deeper into a world of madness in the process.

Next up is Margaret Sharp’s latest novel, “Lauren Played.”

Would-be actress Lauren lost her heart , but when his filming job moved on, her lover drifted out of her life. Will she find the strength to let go of the past and try again? Set in Australia, this is a delightful read for lovers of romance.

And our final new in the New Year is Mira Brown’s latest offering, “For The Love of Honey.”

Is the death of a policeman’s wife in any way related to the death of a retired gynecologist just a couple of weeks earlier? Or, was the gynecologist’s death an accident and someone later used the same MO to confuse the situation?  DI Simon Grant would have had his work cut out for him even if it wasn’t for the uncomfortable fact that it is all happening practically on his doorstep, that one of the victims is a member of his extended family and the other one the wife of a colleague.

Happy New Years everyone!

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