Mala’s November and December 2017 Hot Reads

I forgot to do an individual November round-up, so you get this year-end post of everything I liked in both November and December! I made it through approximately 135 books this year (not counting books I DNFed or forgot to log because I didn’t like them), which is a pretty respectable haul! You can see what made the cut for my “Best of 2017” here.

And I already have two books to add to the “Best of 2018” — A Princess in Theory, which is Alyssa Cole’s hilarious and heartfelt spin on Coming to America, and Santino Hassell’s Down By Contact, in which rival football players who are nursing more than a grudge are forced to do community service together.

Betrayals by Kelley Armstrong (urban fantasy)
King’s Captive by Amber Bardan (dark romance)
Killman Creek by Rachel Caine (thriller)
A Princess in Theory by Alyssa Cole (out 2/27/18, contemporary romance)
The Pretender by HelenKay Dimon (romantic suspense)
Bloodline by Claudia Gray (science fiction, Star Wars)
Citywide by Santino Hassell (contemporary LGBT romance, anthology)
Down By Contact by Santino Hassell (out 1/16/18, contemporary LGBT romance)
Infamous by Jenny Holiday (contemporary LGBT romance)
Thirsty by Mia Hopkins (out 3/13/18, contemporary romance)
Dissident by Cecilia London (romantic suspense)
Wrong to Need You by Alisha Rai (contemporary romance)
Single Malt by Layla Reyne (LGBT romantic suspense)
It Takes Two to Tumble by Cat Sebastian (historical LGBT romance)
Leslie’s Curl & Dye by DL White (contemporary romance)
The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon (young adult romance, coming of age)

Back list: I devoured Suddenly You by Lisa Kleypas, remembered why I love Julie James with Something About You, and immersed myself in the wonderfully non-fetish-y sheikh romance The Last Prince of Dahaar by Tara Pammi. I also read the utterly bananas Cinderman by Anne Stuart. I can’t say it was a great book, but the hero turns invisible and has pyrokinetic abilities and the heroine can read minds and it’s one of those, “WTF did I just read?” kind of situations. Sometimes you need that!

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