Highly Anticipated Sequels

Hey Savvy Readers!

We’re fans of series over here, and we’re in the middle of reading a few awesome ones! But when you know there’s a sequel coming out, you can’t help but wonder when it’ll finally hit the shelves… So we made a list of our most anticipated upcoming sequels and installments! The good news is, they’re all coming out this year. And if you haven’t started any of these series, we highly *highly* recommend them.




Avenged by Amy Tintera (May 2, 2017)

Next in the Ruined trilogy is Avenged, the impossible-to-forget mix of action and passion! Em has just rescued her sister Olivia from imprisonment and now they’ve returned home to rebuild Ruina to its former glory. But Em isn’t so sure if she should put her faith in loyalty or love, and soon discovers her fight has only just begun.



The Crown’s Fate by Evelyn Skye (May 16, 2017)

Russia is on the brink. As threats loom, Pasha faces his impending coronation and soon discovers he must now hold on tighter than ever. Meanwhile, Vika is discovering that the role she once coveted is far more dangerous than she ever expected. And a wounded Nikolai is presented a second chance – with a dark price. In the darkly gripping anticipated sequel to The Crown’s Game, Vika, Pasha, and Nikolai must fight – or face their destruction.



Just One Touch by Maya Banks (May 23, 2017)

Maya Banks continues her sizzling and suspenseful Devereaux Security Services series, with this new fifth instalment. Jenna was raised in a strict religious cult and has no knowledge of the outside world – but she can heal with a touch. She bides her time waiting to escape the cult that punishes, and uses her for her powers. When Devereaux’s toughest security recruit crosses paths with Jenna, he discovers her ability and won’t stop at anything to gain her trust.



The Reluctant Queen by Sarah Beth Durst (July 4, 2017)

We just adored Sarah’s first novel The Queen of Blood and we’re so psyched to read the sequel. Amid all the blood, Daleina claimed the throne from the spirits and since then she’s kept her people safe. But she has a secret – she’s dying, so now she must find the best candidate to be queen and keep the land from being torn apart. Make sure you read the first one if you haven’t yet. Such an original story, and perfect for both adult and YA readers!



The Legacy of the Bones by Dolores Rendondo (July 4, 2017)

This is the exciting second book in Redondo’s Baztan trilogy. Featuring inspector Amaia Salazar, who is going forward with the trial of Jason Medina, after he killed his step-daughter. But the trial is put on hold and Amaia is appalled. Jason has committed suicide, and left a cryptic note for Amaia to unravel. Now she has to journey back to the Baztan valley where she feels most vulnerable. I wonder what she’ll uncover..



House of Spies by Daniel Silva (July 11, 2017)

Ready for the next in the Gabriel Allon series? Daniel Silva is back with an amazing seventeenth novel! Enough said. Seriously.



One Dark Throne by Kendare Blake (September 19, 2017)

In Three Dark Crowns, sisters Katherine, Arsinoe, and Mirabella all had power but they were forced to battle each other for the ultimate power of the throne. Those trials aren’t over, and the sisters are quickly realizing that the only thing standing in their way is each other. Three Dark Crowns was so addictive! We JUST CAN’T WAIT to read what happens next!



The Rift Frequency by Amy S. Foster (October 31, 2017)

She’s a super soldier. When Ryn Whittaker met Ezra, he changed her life and started an uprising. Now Ezra is stuck in the Rift and everyone needs to get him back, Ryn especially. But Ryn is soon learning that there is no normal in the Rift. It’s adapt or die.

Which book are you dying for? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter @SavvyReader. Are you adding any of these to you 50 Book Pledge shelves?

Happy Reading!


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