Thursday, February 2, 2017

New Releases ~ February 2017

Every month I'm spotlighting new releases that I'm excited for. ♥

{Click on the covers to add them on Goodreads}

I'm most excited for Into the Fire, the fourth and final book of the Night Prince series. I don't think I'm ready to say goodbye to Vlad yet. I really hope for Cat and Bones to make an appearance because ever since Night Huntress ended I've been missing them like crazy and I wonder what they're up to now. I'm also really excited for The Valiant.

February 7th 2017 ► King's Cage by Victoria Aveyard

February 7th 2017 ► Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza

February 7th 2017 ► Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones

February 14th 2017 ► The Valiant by Lesley Livington

February 28th 2017 ► Into the Fire by Jeaniene Frost
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What new releases are you looking forward to this month?


  1. i am DYING to read Empress of a thousand skies!!!!AND OMIGAWD KING'S CAGE. I NEED MORE MAVEN!!!
    Kariny @ kariny's boox frenzy

  2. I loved Empress of a Thousand Skies, The Valiant, and Wintersong :D I can't wait to read King's Cage!

    Brittany @ Brittany's Book Rambles

  3. I'm so excited for Into the Fire as well!!

  4. I've been so bad at looking t new releases, mostly because I'm trying to reduce the amount of books I buy. So it makes sense not to look at new ones appearing. But I have heard of a few of these because of blogs, so I am excited for them too!

  5. I loved the Cat and Bones series but other than the first spin-off about Spade, I never really got into the books. It just went to far fro the the UF of Night Huntress into total PNR which I don't like. As much as I loved Vlad, I wasn't ready to have four books about his sex life angst!

  6. I used to be really excited for King's Cage and now all I can think is: please don't disappoint me. I really hope it's good! Really looking forward to the release of Wintersong and Empress of a Thousand Skies!

  7. I added Wintersong to my Goodreads a while back, The Valiant sounds hella interesting since I'm a big Roman history buff, adding that also.


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