Bestsellers Now in Paperback | January 2021

Take a look at this month’s selection of bestsellers now in paperback! December had a great selection of bestselling books to check out from thrilling mysteries to enthralling literary reads, and insightful biographies. Pick up these latest paperback books by bestselling authors James Patterson, David Baldacci, Tana French, Ann Patchett, and many more!


Mystery, Thriller & Suspense


Literary Fiction


Fantasy & Science Fiction

Young Adult


Biography & Memoir

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The Buzziest Books of January | 2021

The Buzziest Books of January | 2021

The month of January was a great time for readers with a host of exciting releases from bestselling authors. There were so many page-turning novels that captivated us from cover to cover this month. If you want to catch up on the books everyone was talking about, here are our choices for the buzziest books of January. Happy reading!


The Wife Upstairs

by Rachel Hawkins

Release Date: January 5, 2021

“Compulsively readable…a gothic thriller laced with arsenic.” Meet Jane. Newly arrived to Birmingham, Alabama, Jane is a broke dog-walker in Thornfield Estates––a gated community full of McMansions, shiny SUVs, and bored housewives. The kind of place where no one will notice if Jane lifts the discarded tchotchkes and jewelry off the side tables of her well-heeled clients. Where no one will think to ask if Jane is her real name.

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Black Buck

by Mateo Askaripour

Release Date: January 5, 2021

An unambitious twenty-two-year-old, Darren lives in a Bed-Stuy brownstone with his mother, who wants nothing more than to see him live up to his potential as the valedictorian of Bronx Science. But Darren is content working at Starbucks in the lobby of a Midtown office building, hanging out with his girlfriend, Soraya, and eating his mother’s home-cooked meals. All that changes when a chance encounter with Rhett Daniels, the silver-tongued CEO of Sumwun, NYC’s hottest tech startup, results in an exclusive invitation for Darren to join an elite sales team on the thirty-sixth floor.

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Star Wars: Light of the Jedi

by Charles Soule

Release Date: January 5, 2021

It is a golden age. Intrepid hyperspace scouts expand the reach of the Republic to the furthest stars, worlds flourish under the benevolent leadership of the Senate, and peace reigns, enforced by the wisdom and strength of the renowned order of Force users known as the Jedi. With the Jedi at the height of their power, the free citizens of the galaxy are confident in their ability to weather any storm But the even brightest light can cast a shadow, and some storms defy any preparation.

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The Last Garden in England

by Julia Kelly

Release Date: January 12, 2021

Emma Lovett, who has dedicated her career to breathing new life into long-neglected gardens, has just been given the opportunity of a lifetime: to restore the gardens of the famed Highbury House estate, designed in 1907 by her hero Venetia Smith. But as Emma dives deeper into the gardens’ past, she begins to uncover secrets that have long lain hidden.

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Just as I Am

by Michelle Burford

Release Date: January 26, 2021

Just As I Am is my truth. It is me, plain and unvarnished, with the glitter and garland set aside. In these pages, I am indeed Cicely, the actress who has been blessed to grace the stage and screen for six decades. Yet I am also the church girl who once rarely spoke a word. I am the teenager who sought solace in the verses of the old hymn for which this book is named. I am a daughter and mother, a sister, and a friend.

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The Mystery of Mrs. Christie

by Marie Benedict

Release Date: December 29, 2020

The New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of The Only Woman in the Room returns with a thrilling reconstruction of one of the most notorious events in literary history: Agatha Christie’s mysterious 11-day disappearance in 1926. Fans of The Secrets We Kept, The Lions of Fifth Avenue, and The Alice Network will enjoy this riveting saga of literary history, suspense, and love gone wrong.

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Wings of Ebony

by J. Elle

Release Date: January 26, 2021

“Make a way out of no way” is just the way of life for Rue. But when her mother is shot dead on her doorstep, life for her and her younger sister changes forever. Rue’s taken from her neighborhood by the father she never knew, forced to leave her little sister behind, and whisked away to Ghizon—a hidden island of magic wielders.

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Before She Disappeared

by Lisa Gardner

Release Date: January 19, 2021

Frankie Elkin is an average middle-aged woman, a recovering alcoholic with more regrets than belongings. But she spends her life doing what no one else will–searching for missing people the world has stopped looking for. When the police have given up, when the public no longer remembers, when the media has never paid attention, Frankie starts looking.

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New Literary Fiction Novels For Your To-Be-Read List | January 2021

New Literary Fiction Novels For Your To-Be-Read List | January 2021

Need some literary fiction book recommendations? You’ll love our latest last of exciting new releases, they’re the perfect additions to your to-be-read list! Pick up the latest from bestselling authors Elyse Hoffman, Katherine Seligman, Suzanne Redfearn, Sean Desmond, Liese O’Halloran Schwarz, and Emily English Medley. Happy reading!


The Book of Uriel

by Elyse Hoffman

Release Date: January 26, 2021

In the fires of World War II, a child must save his people from darkness… Ten-year-old Uriel has always been an outcast. Born mute in a Jewish village known for its choir, he escapes into old stories of his people, stories of angels and monsters. But when the fires of the Holocaust consume his village, he learns that the stories he writes in his golden notebook are terrifyingly real.

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At the Edge of the Haight

by Katherine Seligman

Release Date: January 19, 2021

Maddy Donaldo, homeless at twenty, has made a family of sorts in the dangerous spaces of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. She knows whom to trust, where to eat, when to move locations, and how to take care of her dog. It’s the only home she has. When she unwittingly witnesses the murder of a young homeless boy and is seen by the perpetrator, her relatively stable life is upended.

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Hadley and Grace

by Suzanne Redfearn

Release Date: February 1, 2021

Needing to escape her abusive marriage, Hadley flees with her two kids, knowing it might be her only chance. A woman who can’t even kill a spider, Hadley soon finds herself pushed to the limits as she fights to protect her family. Grace, new mother of baby Miles, desperately wants to put her rough past behind her for good, but she finds it impossible when her path crosses with Hadley’s, and her quest for a new start quickly spirals out of control and turns into a terrifying flight for survival.

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Sophomores

by Sean Desmond

Release Date: January 26, 2021

The late 1980s come alive in this moving and keenly observed story of one boy’s unforgettable sophomore year, and his parents’ surprising journey alongside him. It’s fall 1987 and life as normal is ending for the Malone family. With their sterile Dallas community a far cry from the Irish-American Bronx of their youth, Pat and Anne Malone have reached a breaking point. Pat, faced with a debilitating MS diagnosis, has fallen into his drinking.

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What Could Be Saved

by Liese O’Halloran Schwarz

Release Date: January 12, 2021

Washington, DC, 2019: Laura Preston is a reclusive artist at odds with her older sister Bea as their elegant, formidable mother slowly slides into dementia. When a stranger contacts Laura claiming to be her brother who disappeared forty years earlier when the family lived in Bangkok, Laura ignores Bea’s warnings of a scam and flies to Thailand to see if it can be true. But meeting him in person leads to more questions than answers.

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From the Moon I Watched Her

by Emily English Medley

Release Date: January 19, 2021

The Walters are a good, churchgoing family who stand for holiness, purity, grace, and Christian love. Except when they don’t. Family patriarch and fanatic preacher, Victor Black, knows many things for sure, including the fact that abortion is murder and should be punishable by death—a position he defends live in a televised debate. Black’s youngest granddaughter, Stephanie Walters, sits in the front row wearing her frilly Sunday dress, listening carefully to every word.

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New Books For Your Romance Reading List | January 2021

New Books For Your Romance Reading List | January 2021

Your romance reading list is about to get some wonderful new addition thanks to these latest releases that just hit stores. Get your hands on these new novels from bestselling authors Pru Warren, Jessika Klide, Isabel Jolie, Nicole Snow, Becky Monson, and Kathleen Brooks. We hope you enjoy our new book recommendations for your romance reading list!


Cyn & the Peanut Butter Cup

by Pru Warren

Release Date: January 12, 2021

The first book in The Ampersand Series by Pru Warren… When a sweet old lady’s mysterious past draws her young caretaker into a wild ride, they drag a hot FBI agent along with them. Cyn didn’t know caring for Maddy would require car chases, and Rhys never thought an old lady could steal his gun. Will Rhys and Cyn find love while keeping Maddy safe from the (possibly imaginary) hordes who are (maybe) out to get her?

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Redemption

by Jessika Klide

Release Date: December 23, 2020

The latest book in the Heroes For Hire Romance Series by Jessika Klide… Zane Lockhart is a former Navy SEAL turned Las Vegas K9 cop. His cocky and hard a** attitude earned him the nickname Sergeant Scrooge. When the Faces of the Force Calendar comes out, he and his K9 partner are featured on the cover, and he becomes known on the Vegas strip as Mr. Dream-cember. While window shopping on Christmas Eve, Vegas showgirl Laura Smith overhears two girls talking about a hottie cop…

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Chasing Frost

by Isabel Jolie

Release Date: January 19, 2021

The latest book in the West Side Series by Isabel Jolie… From the moment we meet, I’m a goner. Her slender fingers slip into mine and hot damn. Sydney Frost is all-natural with an alluring chilly demeanor. A challenge. I’m in lust and in too deep by the time I discover the truth. She’s an undercover agent with the FBI, and I’m her prime suspect… My job was simple. Go in, get the information, and get out before my cover is blown. Then I met him.

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The Hero I Need

by Nicole Snow

Release Date: January 20, 2021

The instant I showed up with a stolen Bengal tiger, he knew I was trouble. But Grady McKnight didn’t flinch like a sane person—he took us in. The tiger found shelter, I met a hero grump, and Grady got a hot mess. Hot single dads and rogue zoologists don’t play nice. When his two daughters barged in, we needed a story, so I said I was the nanny. This won’t end well…

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The Accidental Text

by Becky Monson

Release Date: January 5, 2021

Once upon a time, Maggie Cooper lived for adventure. Jumping out of planes was child’s play. Now she can’t even work up the nerve to ask out her coworker. For a bit of self-therapy, she begins to text her recently deceased mother’s phone—the only problem is that the number has been reassigned and for weeks she’s been unknowingly texting a stranger her deepest thoughts and feelings. There have also been some not-so-deep texts, like the ones about her appreciation for her coworker’s butt.

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Forever Bold

by Kathleen Brooks

Release Date: January 26, 2021

The 15th book in the Forever Bluegrass Series by New York Times Bestselling Author Kathleen Brooks… Ariana Ali Rahman is a princess who is always up for fun, but then one night changed everything for her. That one night showed her what good she could do and set her on a dangerous path speaking up for those who had no voice. Determined to bring justice to the unheard, Ariana heads to New York City only to become a target for her charitable work.

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Interview with Elyse Hoffman, Author of The Book of Uriel

What can you tell us about your new release, The Book of Uriel?

The Book of Uriel is the story of an imaginative little boy and his friend and protector, a German linguist, both of whom go through their own little heroic journeys. The linguist, Uwe, struggles with his desire to stay safe and return home to his children and his moral obligations towards Uriel and the Jews, whom he has the power to save, though such a bold action may cost him his life. Uriel, the little boy, is hidden by Uwe, kept safe right under the nose of the German commander. Uriel has always been fascinated by the myths and folktales of his people, and those folktales that seem to come true for him as he is contacted by the Archangels and given a mission to save the Guardian angel of the Jewish People from the Angel of Death, a mission that is important, as the Jews will all die without their guardian, but also dangerous for both him and Uwe. Their two stories weave together, and the whole book is basically a combination of a lesser-known aspect of Holocaust history—the Holocaust by bullets carried out by mobile killing squads in Eastern Europe—and Jewish folklore, borrowing elements and creatures from classic Jewish fairytales. It’s definitely a very unique novel.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

Just a need to, I guess! I have stories I want to tell, and I like to write them out, there’s really nothing else to it!

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

I actually don’t have any ‘favorite’ books, since I really tend to like different books in different genres and even books in the same genre for very different reasons. For nonfiction generally, I like anything by Martin Gilbert, especially his tome about the Holocaust which is really helpful for my research for writing my books. I’m also a big fan of Alice Hoffman, especially The Dovekeepers. I really love The Book Thief, which I feel has a lot of similarities to The Book of Uriel and was a big inspiration to me. I also love a whole lot of books about folklore and mythology, but I’m partial to the compilations of Jewish folklore done by Howard Schwartz, especially Elijah’s Violin. I also have always loved The Odyssey. And being a Jewish woman, I also like to revisit the Torah and especially love The Book of Jonah.

Say you’re the host of a literary talk show. Who would be your first guest? What would you want to ask?

Assuming I can yank people out of history, I would probably pick Homer. As I said before, I really love The Odyssey, but I’m also very interested in how stories change and adapt over time, and I’d definitely want to ask how close the versions we have of his works are to the stories he told orally, and how many different versions he told.

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

The carpal tunnel and anxiety, haha. Honestly, I think very few authors enjoy the process of writing as much as being able to hold and see the finished product. Of course, once you hold that finished product that’s when the Internal Editor comes out to harass you about every comma and how bad of a writer you are. I do often like planning out my books, and looking at the difference between my outline and what actually manifests is always pretty fun.

What is a typical day like for you?

Wake up, feed dog, pet dog, write, do law school work, pet cat, pet dog again, repeat as needed until I collapse.

What scene from The Book of Uriel was your favorite to write?

I enjoyed writing Uriel’s little ‘flashback’ scenes. I did a lot of research into what life was like in Jewish shtetls in Poland and writing about Uriel’s ‘happier’ times while still keeping in focus the issues that existed in the shtetls even before the Nazis arrived (ableism in his case as he was born mute.)

Do you have a motto, quote, or philosophy you live by?

Not exactly, but I do try to keep this one in mind: “Our lives are fashioned by our choices. First we make our choices. Then our choices make us.” – Anne Frank.

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Interview with Victoria Saccenti, Author of Titanian’s Phoenix

What can you tell us about your new release, Titanian’s Phoenix?

“Titanian’s Phoenix” follows the prequel “Beloved Titanian”, a short story published in October 2019. The doomed Greek Titans, knowing their time was ending, mated with other magical creatures to procreate a new powerful Titanian race. The Titanian universe is wide. Several mythical pantheons and races, such as elves, fae, shifters, vampires, fairies, and others have thrived until recently when a new threat has surfaced.

This realm coexists with the human plane, except humans, because of their lack of power, go about their lives unaware of magic and the struggle for power raging around them.

I’m truly excited about this series and I’m already writing book two.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

My parents introduced me to the world of reading, which sparked my imagination and started my love affair with words. Back then, I wrote plays and fairy tales, the kind a little girl could dress up for, dance around in, and pretend she was a princess or fantastical being. Of course, I didn’t take any of that seriously. The passion didn’t slow down as years passed. One night a complete storyline presented itself out of nowhere. I told a dear friend about it, and with her encouragement I pursued it to where I am today.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

“The Lymond Chronicles” and “House of Niccolò” by the talented Dame Dorothy Dunnett † top the list. By far, in my humble opinion, the best historical fiction writer of the 20th century. I also read in Spanish, so I would have to include “One Hundred Years of Solitude” by Nobel Laureate Gabriel García Márquez, “The Green Jade Heart” by Salvador de Madariaga, “The House of the Spirits”, by Isabel Allende, and “Like Water for Chocolate”, by Laura Esquivel—all in the original language.

Say you’re the host of a literary talk show. Who would be your first guest? What would you want to ask?

Unfortunately, my first and second choice are no longer with us. If I could, I’d invite Dame Dorothy Dunnett †. I’d love to find out how did she manage to write the choice between the boys? It’s cryptic, I know, but I don’t want to spoil the story for future readers. Otherwise, I would invite Kresley Cole. I’d like to discuss her continued inspiration. Her books are fun and her muse is quite active.

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

The creative process and the invitation are the best parts. Characters invite the writer into their world. When that happens, I let go and follow their lead. I’m reading a new book each time. It’s a wondrous experience.

What is a typical day like for you?

Before I go to bed, I try to visualize the characters in my WIP. Where are they and what do they want? First thing in the morning, I make a cup of coffee, head to the writing cave, and let loose the thoughts that stewed during the night. Sometime around two in the afternoon, I tackle non-writing matters, chores, house stuff, dinner.

What scene from Titanian’s Phoenix was your favorite to write?

Maya’s awakening. Ooh, sorry. I can’t say anymore.

Do you have a motto, quote, or philosophy you live by?

Live today, like it’s the last day of your life. Don’t hold grudges. Everyone deserves a second chance, and last but not least, “Judge not, that ye be not judged.” Matthew 7:1 KJV

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Interview with Thomas H. Ward, Author of Critical Incidents: Korea – The Rok

What can you tell us about your new release, Critical Incidents: Korea – The Rok?

This story takes place in South Korea. Jack Gunn, by accident, uncovers a plot to start the next Korean War or possibly a World War. North Korea wants to take over South Korea and will do anything to make that happen. Mi-young, Jack’s lover, puts her life on the line to help stop the terrorists along with Jack’s best friend Lee. They can trust no one as some government and military people may be involved with the terrorists. Too many things don’t add up. The clock is ticking as the suspected date of the attack is approaching.

All the locations mentioned in this book are real and the characters are based on persons that I knew over the many years I spent in Korea. I have tried to make the reader feel the Korean culture and differences between the USA and South Korea. Critical Incidents was one of my favorite stories to write.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

My publisher and my CPA inspired me to write fiction books after I had written a couple of business books. They believed my experiences and travel stories would make good reading. I soon found out I liked telling my stories, but really liked the fact that others enjoyed reading them. The great reviews I receive are very rewarding. I am very lucky and pleased to have such great fans reading my stories.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

This is a hard question to answer. I will give a few that helped me as a young man to become interested in reading and writing. RED BADGE OF COURAGE, OLDMAN AND THE SEA, THE THREE MUSKETEERS, and THE HOLY BIBLE.

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

Writing a story puts me into another time and space. Once you get zoned in you become your characters. Writing is a lot like acting in that sense, but you are playing more than one part at a time.

What is a typical day like for you?

I don’t have a typical day that anyone else would enjoy hearing about. Actually, it is very dull, but when I am writing a book I like to wake early, usually about 5 am, grab a cup of java and then get on my computer banging out new ideas for the storyline. I might add that I do write in my private office, a totally quiet place. My best thoughts come early while my mind is fresh. I may stop to have breakfast with my wife after 2 or 3 hours. Then resume until lunchtime. After lunch I do research or phone calls that are related to my book. By 4 pm I am burned out and eat dinner, relaxing sometimes in front of the fire with my wife and dogs.

An Author however is always thinking about his book … how to improve it, or a new idea flows into your head for the storyline, so you make a note of it.

What scene from Critical Incidents: Korea – The Rok was your favorite to write?

In the beginning of the book is the car chase where Jack, Lee, and Mi-young are being chased in Gumi Korea on a stormy night by the Gumi gangsters. Yes, there are bad guys in Korea. Yes, there are gangsters in Korea. Every country has people who will do anything for money.

I have been driving in Korea many times and my driving skills are far superior than the average person in Korea. I had never written about a car chase so it fit in the storyline very nicely.

Do you have a motto, quote, or philosophy you live by?

“In every truth is non-truth, and in every fiction there is non- fiction.” ~ Thomas H. Ward

Thomas H. Ward is the author of the new book Critical Incidents: Korea – The Rok

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Interview with Mark Wells, Author of Gate of Shadows

What can you tell us about your new release, Gate of Shadows?

It’s the second book in the Cambridge Gothic fantasy series, following the Amazon British Horror bestseller, College of Shadows. The action takes place in the winter term at Cambridge University. Once again dark forces are converging on the college’s snowbound courts. All your favorite characters are back – Nick, Annabel, Giles and their secretive Professor Gupta. And this time they are pitted against a host of new threats both from this world and beyond.

What books are currently on your nightstand?

I’ve just finished Different Seasons, a short story collection by Stephen King including The Shawshank Redemption and Stand by Me, which I loved. I’m currently reading Drachenfels, a dark and gritty horror story by Kim Newman, set in the Warhammer world. After that, I plan to read the debut novel of a new British author, Rosalind Tate, whose book Stranded looks interesting.

What advice would you give your teenage self?

Do what you love, and you’ll probably end up being good enough to make a living from it. Instead, I read law at Cambridge University to get a professional qualification, when my real love was modern history. I think if I’d studied history instead, I’d have got a better degree and become a writer sooner. It wasn’t until I was 55 years old that I finally decided to pursue my dream. Still, better late than never.

If you had an extra hour each day, how would you spend it?

My guilty secret is that I am a huge Warhammer fan. I’ve been collecting and painting armies of fantasy miniatures for years. So, if I had an extra hour in the day, that’s where you’d find me. Sitting at my desk, listening to an audiobook, and painting units of Space Wolves.

What makes your world go round? Why does it bring you joy?

I get up every morning wanting to write. It could be anything, a letter to my sons, a response to one of my readers, a short story for my subscribers (www.marknwells.com) or the next book in the Cambridge Gothic series. As an introvert, part of the joy of writing is being able to express thoughts and feelings through the voices of my characters. I’m often surprised sometimes by what comes out of their mouths. Every day I learn something new about my craft and myself!

What scene in Gate of Shadows was your favorite to write?

It has to be a night scene when the students gain access to the college cellars via a disused river entrance. Only after descending into the labyrinthine tunnels in search of a mysterious trunk, do they begin to suspect that they are not the only ones groping around in the dark… It’s the sort of scene I love writing – full of menace and tension as the friends come to realize how much trouble they are in. And that, of course, is only the beginning…

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The Story Behind The Hero I Need by Nicole Snow

By Nicole Snow

Challenges to love are almost as common as romance tropes, the beating heart a story, and I’ve seen them all as long as I’ve been in the kissing book business. But there are times when I just can’t resist the extra quest for originality. Maybe that’s why I took on the insane task of dropping a secret tiger into the middle of small-town North Dakota in my latest fiery book, The Hero I Need.

Willow Macklin only has one chance to save Bruce, a five-hundred pound Bengal tiger, from a very shady big cat sanctuary. Yes, there’s a certain amount of surprise built-in to a wild tiger rescue mission, but love is the last thing she expects when she collides head-on with Grady McKnight.

Encountering gorgeous, distraught Willow feels like the biggest jolt of his life—right after he’s agreed to put her up at his place, along with her freaking tiger. This is hardly typical for the grump-tastic, walled off, and dangerously handsome Grady. After all, he’s lived the last few years of his life raising twin girls as a single dad between running after his bar. No drama, no critters, and no women were sacrosanct rules.

Leave it to Little Miss Tiger Thief to detonate big daddy’s rule book in a matter of days. And soon, finding a new home for Bruce and dismembering a black market animal trade might be the least of their worries. Because Willow feels just a little too right in his world, especially when she tumbles head over heels for her unlikely hero and his adorable ten-year-old daughters. Hearts, be still.

Destiny has no chill in this book. Grady swore off love for good reason, and Willow never found the right spark before him, but somewhere in the worries, the laughs, and the ominous task ahead—oh, yes. There’s an impossible attraction that threatens to upend everything. Far more than any stolen tiger ever will.

Seriously, I hope you adore the original bite and the stark, naked emotion in this pulse-pounding, funny, and heartfelt small-town romance. It’s a detour through crazytown to a worthy Happily Ever After for two human heats and one big tiger alike, but I’ve always loved to grab my stories by the horns and ride where they bring me. Don’t miss The Hero I Need while it is Free to read with Kindle Unlimited!

Nicole Snow is the author of the new book The Hero I Need.

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New Mystery and Thriller Books to Read | January 26

Hold on to the edge of your seat as we hunt for clues and solve the case with these exciting new mystery and thriller books for the week! There are so many bestselling authors with new novels for you to dive into this week including Thomas H. Ward, James Patterson, Gregg Hurwitz, and many more. Enjoy your new mystery, thriller, and suspense novels. Happy reading!



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