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The November books started arriving en masse last week, and they include a couple reprints, which I'm listing here this week.
Men at Work (Berkley) is an anthology with stories by Janelle Denison, Nina Bangs, and MaryJanice Davidson, which I reviewed when it was initially released in trade paperback last year. If you were waiting for the mass market version, you're in luck. It'll be hitting bookstores soon.
Enemy Mine (Jove) by Kay Hooper was originally published in the early nineties by Mills & Boon and Harlequin, and is also being re-released in November, just in time to compete with some of the other 'adventure' romances hitting store shelves.
The Music of the Night (Signet Eclipse) by Lydia Joyce is a book I've been waiting impatiently to share with you, since the ARC arrived here over a month ago. I very much enjoyed her first book, The Veil of Night, and I'd hoped she would prove prolific. At least we're not kept waiting too long for her second book. And not at all disappointed. Sarah Connolly's new position as companion to Lady Merrill has put her in the path of Sebastian Grimthorpe, who is bent upon revenge on Lady Merrill's son. His misunderstanding of her position in the household doesn't stop his plans, however, because, by the time he discovers it, it's far too late in their relationship and in his plot to retreat. This one is every bit as steamy and dark as her last, so those readers who loved her first book will love this one as well. It's earned four and a half of Cupid's five arrows. I can hardly wait until her next, in July 2006, which seems a very long time from now.
Until next time, happy reading!