New Releases in Science Fiction/Fantasy/Paranormal Romance for MARCH 17

Humanity’s endgame was only the beginning for me. Aliens ended life as we know it on Earth. Not on purpose I should add. But it turned out, in some respects, surviving was even worse. From just one of the many titles in round-up here.

Here’s the weekly post from my author blog on the new releases I found to be of interest in my three favorite romance genres (which are also the ones I write in!), and related areas such as time travel, steampunk, paranormal cozy romances and more. I do sometimes cover other releases of note in science fiction and fantasy.

As always, I recommend sampling before you buy! I have not read most of the new releases listed (although I always end up one-clicking a bunch as I prepare these posts). I don’t pick up every single new release each week but try to provide a representative subset and lots of choices.

Here’s a teaser for this week’s first two books (jump to the blog to see the approximately 80 titles featured this week):

HUMANITY’S END GAME by Eve Langlais

Humanity’s endgame was only the beginning for me. Aliens ended life as we know it on Earth. Not on purpose I should add, though that didn’t matter to the billions who died. But it turned out, in some respects, surviving was even worse. My family used to say good thing I was pretty. In case you were wondering, it didn’t help when the end of the world arrived. Alone, and afraid, somehow, I managed to hold on. Foraging for supplies. Eking out a hidden existence. Avoiding the mutants that emerged after the alien plague. I’d resigned myself to dying alone, which was when I literally fell into Xavion’s arms. And I managed to find love in the apocalypse.

STALKED BY THE ALIEN ASSASSIN (ALIENS AMONG US BOOK 2) by Tiffany Roberts

VS Note: Always cause to celebrate when Tiffany R has a new book out!

Avery Watson moved to Denver to escape her controlling mother. Sure, it’s not easy, and she has to budget every penny, but it’s honest work. Plus, her new friends don’t care if she doesn’t wear makeup, don’t glare at her if she laughs too loud or snorts, don’t judge her if she geeks out about books and games. For the first time, she’s content.

And then she meets the tall, long-haired, sexy as sin Hunter Coleman. This powerful, mysterious man isn’t the sort that small, freckled, awkward women like Avery usually attract. But apparently one slice of cherry pie is all it takes to draw his attention to her. Now his dark, intense eyes follow her every move. She should be worried, but he makes her feel safe. He makes her feel…wanted. Yet Hunter is even more dangerous than he seems, and he’s not a man at all. He’s a red-eyed alien assassin with claws, fangs, and a tail, a ruthless warrior with a shadowy past who wants Avery to be his. He’s everything Avery should fear—he’s everything she desires. And he’ll stop at nothing to make her his lifemate. There’s just one problem—he’s not the only alien targeting her, and his rivals don’t seem to have Avery’s best interests in mind

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