January releases: Lothaire, Bloodrose, Darker After Midnight, All Things Wicked


Lothaire by Kresley Cole (releases Jan. 10, 2012)In an effort to help you keep that to-read list updated, I’ve compiled the hot urban fantasy and paranormal romance releases for January 2012. All dates are U.S. and tentative.

I’ve included genre classification with each book: UF is urban fantasy, PNR is paranormal romance, F is fantasy and YA is young adult.


  • A Demon Does It Better by Linda Wisdom (Demons #2) PNR
  • Hold Me If You Can by Stephanie Rowe (Soulfire #3) PNR
  • Lure of Song and Magic by Patricia Rice PNR
  • Midnight Reckoning by Kendra Leigh Castle (Dark Dynasties #2) PNR
  • Silver-Tongued Devil by Jaye Wells (Sabina Kane #4) UF


  • All That Bleeds by Kimberly Frost (Etherlin #1) PNR
  • Between Their Worlds by Barb Hendee (Noble Dead #10) UF
  • Bloodrose by Andrea Cremer (Nightshade #3) YA
  • Born of Ashes by Caris Roane (World of Ascension #4) PNR
  • The Bride Wore Black Leather by Simon R. Green (Nightside #12) UF
  • Charmfall by Chloe Neill (Dark Elite #3) YA
  • Cinder by Marissa Meyers (Lunar Chronicles #1) YA
  • The Departed by Shiloh Walker (The Missing #2) PNR
  • Dreaming Awake by Gwen Hayes (Falling Under #2) YA
  • Flashfire by Deborah Cooke (Dragonfire #7) PNR
  • Immortal Hope by Claire Ashgrove (Curse of the Templars #1) PNR
  • Raven Cursed by Faith Hunter (Jane Yellowrock #4) UF
  • Serengeti Sins by Vivi Andrews (Serengeti Shifters #5) PNR
  • Sins of the Demon by Diana Rowland (Kara Gillian #4) UF
  • To Walk The Night by E.S. Moore (Kat Redding #1) UF
  • Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi (Under the Never Sky #1) YA
  • Wild Cat by Jennifer Ashley (Shifters Unbound #3) PNR

Sins of the Demon by Diana Rowland (releases Jan. 3, 2012)JANUARY 5

  • Dragonswood by Janet Lee Carey YA
  • Fated by Sarah Alderson (Fated #1) YA


  • A Million Suns by Beth Revis (Across the Universe #2) YA
  • Copper Beach by Jayne Ann Krentz (Dark Legacy #1) PNR
  • Jessica Rules the Dark Side by Beth Fantaskey (Jessica #2) YA
  • Lothaire by Kresley Cole (Immortals After Dark #12) PNR


  • The Asylum by L.J. Smith, Kevin Williamson & Julie Plec (Stefan’s Diaries #5) YA
  • Hallowed by Cynthia Hand (Unearthly #2) YA
  • Shadows in Flight by Orson Scott Card (Shadow #5) F
  • Tempest by Julie Cross (Tempest #1) YA


  • Claimed by the Vampire by Rachel Lee (Claiming #2) PNR
  • Darker After Midnight by Lara Adrian (Midnight Breed #10) PNR
  • A Devil Named Desire by Terri Garey (Devil’s Bargain #2) PNR
  • Everneath by Brody Ashton (Everneath #1) YA
  • Forbidden by Syrie James & Ryan M. James YA
  • Havoc by Jeff Sampson (Deviants #2) YA
  • Horizon by Sophie Littlefield (Aftertime #3) UF
  • A Warrior’s Desire by Pamela Palmer (Esri #3) PNR

All Things Wicked by Karina Cooper (releases Jan. 31, 2012)JANUARY 31

  • All Things Wicked by Karina Cooper (Dark Mission #3) PNR
  • Article 5 by Kristen Simmons (Article 5 #1) YA
  • Burned by J.F. Lewis (Void City #4) UF
  • Darkest Highlander by Donna Grant (Dark Sword #6) PNR
  • Destiny and Deception by Shannon Delaney (13 to Life #4) YA
  • His Dark Bond by Anne Marsh (Fallen #2) PNR
  • Incarnate by Jodi Meadows (Newsoul #1) YA
  • Lenobia’s Vow by P.C. Cast & Kristin Cast (House of Night Novellas #2) YA
  • Third Grave Dead Ahead by Darynda Jones (Charley Davidson #3) UF
  • Undone Deeds by Marc Del Franco (Connor Grey #6) UF
  • Wings of the Wicked by Courtney Allison Moulton (Angelfire #2) YA
  • Wrong Side of Dead by Kelly Meding (Dreg City #4) UF

It’s not exactly a secret that I’m excited for Lothaire, but I’m also really looking forward to reading Karina Cooper’s latest (All Things Wicked) and have my fingers crossed for Calla making a choice in Bloodrose. What about you? Which January books are you most excited to read?

9 Responses to “January releases: Lothaire, Bloodrose, Darker After Midnight, All Things Wicked”

  1. Julie says:

    I really like the Kara Gillian series by Diana Rowland and will be picking up the latest book. But, if I didn’t know the series, the cover of “Sins of the Demon” would make me think twice about buying it. Guess that just proves that old saying about judging books by their covers.

  2. Line says:

    I am going for Lothaire and Silver-Tongued Devil by Jaye Wells. I probably also will pick up All things Wicked by Karina Cooper.

    I would have to agree with Julie – the cover for Sins of the Demon is not enticing, and makes me think more of an alien book than UF. I don’t know the books, but I don’t think the cover artist did the author a favor here.

  3. Bells says:

    LOTHAIRE!!! I can’t wait to read it!

  4. Debbie Bussie says:

    Lothaire! So excited!

  5. Jackie says:

    Thank heavens finally Jane Yellowrock [Faith Hunter Ravens Cursed] and Kara Gillian [Diana Rowland Sins of the Demon] are back if only they would be on Kindle i could be reading them now instead of waiting for the Book Depository and the postman to get a move on and deliver my books.

  6. Joanna says:

    Can’t wait for “Bloodrose” by Andrea Creamer. I have no idea who she is going to choose. I know who I would;)

  7. Crys says:

    Lothaire in 3 more days! the excerpt was amazing, can’t wait to read the rest of the book.

  8. LuLu says:

    Kresley Cole is one of my faves so look forward to ‘Lothaire’. Also enjoy The Dark Mission Series by Karina Cooper. Just am on a budget so hav to wait for used paperbacks to cycle down!

  9. Belgie says:

    As I sit here and try to think how to explain Lothaire, all I can really is say is that he is just one of a kind. There isn’t a lot of gray in his world. He is so old and his arrogance is so ingrained, that it is his way or else. Kresley Cole allows him to fall in love — and still retain these characteristics. Because of his age, and the fact that when he drinks from people, he retains their memories, he is not lucid at all times. He is skirting the edge of insanity and fears he may not make it to exact his revenge.

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