Saturday, 13 December 2008

Mid 2009 releases from Revell

Here's some more fantastic looking books coming mid next year from Revell.

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Jillian Dare by Melanie M Jeschke

Jillian Dare leaves her Shenandoah Valley foster home behind and strikes out on her own as a nanny at a large country estate in northern Virginia. She is delighted with the beauty of her new home, the affection of her young charge Cadence Remington, and the opportunity for frequent travel to the Remington castle in England. She is less certain about her feelings for her handsome but moody employer, Ethan. In spite of herself, Jillian realizes she is falling for her boss. But how can a humble girl ever hope to win a wealthy man of the world? And what dark secrets from the past is he hiding?

This contemporary story, inspired by the well-loved classic Jane Eyre, will capture readers' hearts.



Things Left Unspoken by Eva Marie Everson

Jo-Lynn Hunter is at a crossroads in life when her great-aunt Stella insists that she return home to restore the old family house in sleepy Cottonwood, Georgia. Seeing the project as the perfect excuse for some therapeutic time away from her self-absorbed husband and his snobby Atlanta friends, Jo-Lynn longs to get her teeth into a noteworthy and satisfying project. But things are not what they seem, both in the house and within the complex history of her family. Was her great-grandfather the pillar of the community she thought he was? What is Aunt Stella hiding? And will Jo-Lynn's marriage survive the renovation? Jo-Lynn isn't sure she wants to know the truth--but sometimes the truth has a way of making itself known.

The past comes alive in this well-written and thoughtful novel full of secrets, drama, and family with a hint of Southern drawl.



Worth A Thousand Words by Stacy Hawkins Adams

Life has always gone Indigo Burns's way. She's smart, pretty, and talented, and she knows exactly what she wants. A photography internship at her hometown's local newspaper is the next step in her well-laid plans for her future. But her long-term goals are put to the test when her boyfriend Brian proposes--two years before he's supposed to and in front of all the guests at her college graduation party. Too concerned about his feelings to say no, she heartily agrees, but inside she's cringing.

Indigo knows in her heart that she's not prepared to sacrifice her dreams to become Brian's wife--not before she has achieved any of them. Will she find the answers among family and friends in Jubilant, Texas? Or will the picture-perfect life she dreams of be left behind?



The Knight by Steven James

In The Knight, the third installment in the bestselling series of thrillers featuring FBI criminologist Patrick Bowers, the stakes have never been higher.

Agent Bowers is used to tracking the country's most dangerous killers, but now it looks like a killer is tracking him. When he realizes the murderer is using clues from an ancient manuscript as a blueprint for his crimes, Bowers faces a race against time to decipher who the next victim will be and to stop the final shocking murder--which he's beginning to believe might be his own.

Gritty, chilling, and intense, this psychological thriller is guaranteed to keep readers up all night.

5 comments:

CherryBlossomMJ said...

When I was perusing Melanie's website almost a year ago, I saw her mention that she had signed with Jillian Dare through Joyce. So then I tracked down Joyce's email and begged for a review copy. *Grin* I have been waiting for this one long in coming!

I love the story of Jane Eyre. And I absolutely love Melanie's "Inklings".

I cannot wait!! It is so great to finally see a cover! Thanks for sharing!

cherryblossommj.blogspot.com

Tracy said...

I love the cover of 'Things Left Unspoken'. That alone would make me want to read it.

Kim said...

Okay, Rel...you're making me drool again!! He! He!

Kim

Rhonda McKnight said...

All the Revell offerings look good. But speaking of drool, that would be over that handsome young man on Stacy Hawkins Adams cover.

Rel said...

Rhonda ~ LOL!!

Thanks everyone for dropping by :)

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