There are so many books coming out, this summer, that sound amazing! My wish list is overflowing with beautiful covers and fabulous premises. I wanted to share some of my most anticipated titles, but there were so many, I decided to break it down by publisher :0)
Today's list is for HarperCollins Summer 2012 titles. Harper is usually where I get most of my paranormal fix from. They always have great books and these upcoming titles are sure to be just as wonderful as the ones before!
"Drain You" by M. Beth Bloom
This one sounds like it's going to have lots of humor and a great cast of characters!
"Endlessly" by Kiersten White
This series is so much fun, I can't wait to see how it all ends :0)
"For Darkness Shows the Stars" by Diana Peterfreund
I'll be honest, the cover is what initially drew me to this book. After reading what it's about, it sounds like such a great story and I can't wait to read it!
"Hemlock" by Kathleen Peacock
I love that turning werewolf is an epidemic in this one. I think it's cool that it's widely known and I'm curious to see where she takes the story. It's always interesting to read different takes on popular themes.
"Masque of the Red Death" by Bethany Griffin
I'm not familiar with Poe's original work, but the story definitely piques my interest. I like that it's setting is a mysterious and glamorous club, so many possibilities!
"Once" by Anna Carey
The ending of Eve has left me clamoring for more. I am immensley intrigued by the premise of these books and I can't wait to read more!
"Smart Girls Get What they Want" by Sarah Strohmeyer
I still love contemps and this one sounds like it's going to be chock full of girl power, which I love :0)
"Social Suicide" by Gemma Halliday
The first one had a great mystery and so much humor. Hartley is a wonderful main character and I can't wait to start a new adventure with her! And how can you not love a book who's description starts by defining Twittercide...haha.
"Sweet Evil" by Wendy Higgins
Do I want to read a story where the characters lives depend on them being bad influences, yes, please! This sounds like such a unique premise and has the potential to be really awesome.
"Unraveling" by Elizabeth Norris
I've been hearing a lot about this one lately and I'm really interested. It sounds like it's got an awesome mystery and who doesn't love a story with the dark and brooding boy, saving the girls life?
"Until I Die" by Amy Plum
I absolutely adored the first book in this series! I can't wait to get back to Paris and see what Kate and Vincent get up to next!