Having just had the pleasure of hosting Sherry Soule on my blog last week, and having had the chance to review the first novel in her new series, Spellbound, I am going to focus on two of her novels that will be releasing this fall. So for this week's Waiting On Wednesday, hosted by Jill @ Breaking the Spine, here are some books I am looking forward to reading by Sherry Soule.
by Sherry Soule
Release Date: October 2011
Some loves are meant to be…others are cursed.
Elizabeth Blackburn doesn’t believe in fate or the supernatural until she moves into Cliffside Manor and begins having nightmares about a woman who was murdered in the house.
Determined to unlock secrets that have remained hidden for centuries, Elizabeth is plunged into an otherworldly mystery that not even she can explain away, not to mention, her uncontrollable attraction to the former owner, Dorian Knight.
As the history of the Knight family curse begins to unravel, tensions heighten and old secrets turn deadly. Even though Dorian wants nothing to do with Elizabeth and goes out of his way to make that very clear–she can’t let it go...even if it kills her.
Beautifully Haunted (Spellbound, Book 2)
by Sherry Soule
Release Date: November 30, 2011
Shiloh Ravenwolf isn’t your typical teenager. Even though, she loves to shop, enjoys gossiping with her friends, and thinks her parents are totally uncool. Deep down, Shiloh knows she isn’t normal. There’s the gift of Sight (yes, she can see dead people), the magical powers—oh!—and the demon slaying.
Let’s not forget her supernatural training with her uber cool mentor Evans, where Shiloh resolves to learn more about the dark curse inhabiting Whispering Pines. When she embarks on a dangerous journey to seek out the town’s insidious origins, the mystery of her family’s past deepens, and she is again thrust into Ravenhurst Manor’s nightmare world.
To complicate things, she's torn between two hotties, Trent and Dante. And Shiloh must face her biggest challenge yet—and it’s not deciding which crush to take to the prom.
No, she must decide which boy will live and which one will die…