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This week is romance heavy. Sherrilyn Kenyon is back with the third installment of her newest series, which isn't nearly as interesting to me as the court case she's currently involved in. Here's the skinny version. Sherrilyn Kenyon has filed a lawsuit against her husband claiming that he and his assistant worked together to poison her. Kenyon fell ill in 2015 and no one could ever determine what was wrong with her. Further testing revealed high levels of several toxins in her system. Hence the poisoning claim. The two are currently in court going through divorce proceedings. Kenyon was held in contempt when she called her husband's attorney a "effing liar" and stormed out. She returned just long enough to accuse a member of her husband's family of being a pedophile. It's wild, y'all. Anyway, she somehow still had time to write a book; it's available today.

More importantly, Victoria Harper has a new book out today and I would be remiss if I didn't mention it.

Us, Renewed is all about making the most of a not so ideal situation.

Eliza found the love of her life…or so she thought. When Eliza tells her boyfriend, Luke, she’s pregnant, he doesn’t take the news as well as she had hoped. But, as her due date approaches, her hopes begin to fade. Eliza, with the support of her best friend Ryn, is prepared to raise her baby alone. But, as luck would have it, she may not have to.

A departure from Victoria's normal serial romances, this is a stand alone that can be read in a few hours. Perfect for a plane ride! This feel good story will leave you full of hope and the romantic scenes are too shabby, either.

If romance is not your jam (I feel you), read The Chestnut Man or Stephen King's new one. I blogged about it last week. You can read about it here. I haven't had a chance to read either, but based on what I know, neither are heavy on romance. They're too busy leaving weird murder dolls or kidnapping kids with special powers to think about romance.

Whatever you decide, I hope you enjoy it and I'll see you next week, Readers.

#newreleases #romance

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