7 September Releases I’m Excited About

Happy Tuesday, y’all! I’m breaking from the top 10 today and bringing you something a little different. I wasn’t feelin’ today’s topic. I’m not really an interviewing person. So instead, I decided to share with y’all 7 books that I’m really excited about that are being released in September.

These are in no particular order ~

The sins of the father became those of the son.
Wrath for taking what was precious to me.
Greed for the lives that were mine to kill.
Sloth for the destruction against their will.
Lust for revenge and the blood I’d spill.
Gluttony for the souls I craved.
Envy for the spirits I had yet to take.
Pride for the birthright I’d soon fulfill.

One look.
One moment.
One girl.
She was all it took for me to lose my focus.
Sienna Luciano, my eighth deadly sin.

It was the end of me, but not my legacy.
It was only the beginning of…

El Diablo’s resurrection.

Allow me to introduce myself.

I had totally forgotten about El Diablo until I saw that Robinson was releasing El Diablo II. I was immediately reminded of my love for the first dark and twisted tale. This is definitely one I’ll be thinking of when I’m looking for my next ride on the dark side.

After narrowly escaping death at the hands of the Dames Blanches, Lou, Reid, Coco, and Ansel are on the run from coven, kingdom, and church—fugitives with nowhere to hide.

To elude the scores of witches and throngs of chasseurs at their heels, Lou and Reid need allies. Strong ones. But protection comes at a price, and the group is forced to embark on separate quests to build their forces. As Lou and Reid try to close the widening rift between them, the dastardly Morgane baits them in a lethal game of cat and mouse that threatens to destroy something worth more than any coven.

 

I honestly can’t wait to read this next installment of Serpent & Dove!! I need more of Lou & Reid!! And isn’t this cover just gorgeous!!

Hair, makeup, clothing, decor… everything in Bethany Castle’s world is organized, planned, and styled to perfection. Which is why the homes she designs for her family’s real estate business are the most coveted in town. The only thing not perfect? Her track record with men. She’s on a dating hiatus and after helping her friends achieve their dreams, Bethany finally has time to focus on her own: flip a house, from framework to furnishings, all by herself. Except her older brother runs the company and refuses to take her seriously.

When a television producer gets wind of the Castle sibling rivalry, they’re invited on Flip Off, a competition to see who can do the best renovation. Bethany wants bragging rights, but she needs a crew and the only member of her brother’s construction team willing to jump ship is Wes Daniels, the new guy in town. His Texas drawl and handsome face got under Bethany’s skin on day one, but the last thing she needs is some cocky young cowboy in her way.

As the race to renovate heats up, Wes and Bethany are forced into close quarters, trading barbs and biting banter as they remodel the ugliest house on the block. It’s a labor of love, hate, and everything in between, and soon sparks are flying. But Bethany’s perfectly structured life is one kiss away from going up in smoke and she knows falling for a guy like Wes would be a flipping disaster.

I just recently FINALLY read Love Her or Lose Her, and it perfectly set the stage for Tools of Engagement! I am so looking forward to Bethany’s story!

Is America ready for its first queen?

Power is intoxicating. Like first love, it can leave you breathless. Princess Beatrice was born with it. Princess Samantha was born with less. Some, like Nina Gonzalez, are pulled into it. And a few will claw their way in. Ahem, we’re looking at you Daphne Deighton.

As America adjusts to the idea of a queen on the throne, Beatrice grapples with everything she lost when she gained the ultimate crown. Samantha is busy living up to her “party princess” persona…and maybe adding a party prince by her side. Nina is trying to avoid the palace–and Prince Jefferson–at all costs. And a dangerous secret threatens to undo all of Daphne’s carefully laid “marry Prince Jefferson” plans.

A new reign has begun….

I read American Royals as a group read with my besties. I’m not certain I would enjoy this series as much without that factor. However, because we read it together, we have had some fabulous conversations about it, and I’m definitely looking forward to this second book and the conversations that will follow!

Morrigan Crow and her friends have survived their first year as proud scholars of the elite Wundrous Society, helped bring down the nefarious Ghastly Market, and proven themselves loyal to Unit 919. Now Morrigan faces a new, exciting challenge: to master the mysterious Wretched Arts of the Accomplished Wundersmith, and control the power that threatens to consume her.

Meanwhile, a strange and frightening illness has taken hold of Nevermoor, turning infected Wunimals into mindless, vicious Unnimals on the hunt. As victims of the Hollowpox multiply, panic spreads. There are whispers – growing louder every day – that this catastrophe can only be the work of the Wundersmith, Ezra Squall.

But inside the walls of Wunsoc, everyone knows there is a new Wundersmith – one who’s much closer to home. With Nevermoor in a state of fear and the truth about Morrigan threatening to get out, the city she loves becomes the most perilous place in the world. Morrigan must try to find a cure for the Hollowpox, but it will put her – and everyone in Nevermoor – in more danger than she could have imagined.
 

This is another series that I’ve been group reading with my besties, and the best way to describe the series is just FUN. Well, I could also use words like whimsical and fatastical and imaginative… you get the picture. Definitely looking forward to this book!!

Another laugh-out-loud romantic comedy featuring kilted musicians, Renaissance Faire tavern wenches, and an unlikely love story.

Stacey is jolted when her friends Simon and Emily get engaged. She knew she was putting her life on hold when she stayed in Willow Creek to care for her sick mother, but it’s been years now, and even though Stacey loves spending her summers pouring drinks and flirting with patrons at the local Renaissance Faire, she wants more out of life. Stacey vows to have her life figured out by the time her friends get hitched at Faire next summer. Maybe she’ll even find The One.

When Stacey imagined “The One,” it never occurred to her that her summertime Faire fling, Dex MacLean, might fit the bill. While Dex is easy on the eyes onstage with his band The Dueling Kilts, Stacey has never felt an emotional connection with him. So when she receives a tender email from the typically monosyllabic hunk, she’s not sure what to make of it.

Faire returns to Willow Creek, and Stacey comes face-to-face with the man with whom she’s exchanged hundreds of online messages over the past nine months. To Stacey’s shock, it isn’t Dex—she’s been falling in love with a man she barely knows.

I had a blast with the first book and the whole Ren Faire setting. The first book was so much fun, and I’m truly hopeful for another awesome read with this one!

Yadriel has summoned a ghost, and now he can’t get rid of him.

When his traditional Latinx family has problems accepting his gender, Yadriel becomes determined to prove himself a real brujo. With the help of his cousin and best friend Maritza, he performs the ritual himself, and then sets out to find the ghost of his murdered cousin and set it free.

However, the ghost he summons is actually Julian Diaz, the school’s resident bad boy, and Julian is not about to go quietly into death. He’s determined to find out what happened and tie up some loose ends before he leaves. Left with no choice, Yadriel agrees to help Julian, so that they can both get what they want. But the longer Yadriel spends with Julian, the less he wants to let him leave.

This is the only standalone book on my list today. The cover alone had me drawn to it, and then that blurb. Shortly after it caught my attention I began to see that it was catching a lot of attention, so fingers crossed it lives up to all the hype!

 

These certainly aren’t the only books being released in September that I’d like to get my hands on, but they’re a sampling. It would take entirely too long for me to list every book. 

Which September releases are you looking forward to? Or, which September ARCs have you read that you’d recommend??

Happy Reading,

Alison

32 thoughts on “7 September Releases I’m Excited About

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  2. Yaaas I’m excited for so many of these as well! Blood & Honey (that cover though!), Well Played, Cemetery Boys, Hollowpox!!! Ah, September is going to be a great month (although my savings won’t agree with me) 😂 Great list, Ali!

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  4. My favorite author is releasing a book I. September so that’s the only one I’m really excited for. I’ve already preordered it. Don’t get me wrong there are other books I would like to read but The Return by Nicholas Sparks is the only one I needed immediately lol.

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  5. I should be reading Tools and Well Played next week and YES! I am excited. I am really eager to get back to the Well Met world, and the Tools heroine is one I think will have a fantastic story. I don’t have Majesty, so I hope I can get it from the library ASAP, because the ending was so good and I need to continue.

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    • I wasn’t sure if I was going to get a post up either. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to post, and then I wasn’t sure if I had the time. But, I got it worked out. I hope Well Played is awesome for both of us!!

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