I read The Spider's Bite by Jennifer Estep this week. It was soooo goooood. Now I am reading a historical title The Bride and the Buccaneer.
I read Archangel's Kiss yesterday (instead of going to school. Snow outside).And I'll start Healing Hearts: A Memoir of a Female Heart Surgeon tomorrow.
I read Larissa Ione's Ecstasy Unveiled. It was fabulous! I want a Lore of my own...if only they could be found at the grocery store. Le sigh.
I read Into the Dark by Gena Showalter (Loved it!) and am torn on what to read next. I only have a pile of about...200...books that have yet to be read. ~pouts~ And I want to read every single one of them. Where to begin!
@Jessica:ONLY 200?? ONLY?? My New Years Resolution was to read 52 books. I've read 11 and I honestly have no clue WHAT books to read. I don't even think I'll make it to 52, now that school is taking up most of my time. That's not an ONLY. At least you have a list. I would love to see it.
I just finished Shadow's Past (A BoderLands novel) by Lorna Freeman. Third in the series and completely amazing. Starting AK today.
I'm currently re-reading Archangel's Kiss for fifth (or sixth time) instead of studying for my finals. I can't put it down! I'm also in the middle of reading Meredith Duran's Written On Your Skin. She's a new-to-me author and I've already loving her work.
Ava Grey's Skin Game-excelletnIlona Andrews-all of their books were good....can't wait for the nextStreet Game-Christine Feehanrereading Angel's Blood then will reread Archangel's Kiss...to see what I might have missed.
I have just started Archangels Kiss loving it so far! Before that it was Twice As Hot by Gena Showalter which was superb. Next up is some romantic suspense - Pursuit by Karen Robards.
I'm currently reading Josh Lanyon's A Dangerous Thing, the second in the Adrian English series. I'm really enjoying it. Then - if I get my A into G and write my review of Sarah Monette's The Mirador - I'll start the fourth and *sob* final book in the series - Corambis! Or I might tackle the medieval suspense (Murder at Christ's Mass [Maureen Ash]) that is waiting for me at the library!
I have a ton of books in my tbr pile but I'm trying to get caught up so right now I'm reading "Death's Mistress" by Karen Chance. I'm hoping to be able to start "Archangel's Kiss" when it comes in the mail next week.
I have been reading Cindy Miles book Spirited Away. I have Stephanie Laurens Temptation and Surrender and Lori Foster's Back in Black up next.
Just finished Archangel's Kiss which was great! Also read Unlikely Hero by Sean Michael was was very good as well.I have the final Harry Potter lined up.Blood Magic by Eileen Wilks may interrupt HP for a bit yet.
Have read and loved the following books this week:Archangel's Kiss - currently re-reading itEcstasy Unveiled by Larissa IoneNauti Deceptions by Lora LeighTwice As Hot by Gena ShowalterVeiled Desire by Alisha Rai (novella)Night Season by Eileen Wilks
Archangel's Kiss (Congrats! Awesome!)Blood Magic, Eileen Wilks (also awesome)Truth about Lord Stonevill, Sabrina Jeffries (fun and fluffy)New Blood, Gail Dayton (steampunk, awesome)Steamed, Katie McAlister (steampunk, up next TBR)Night Tides, Alex Prentiss (um, no comment)Unperfect Souls, Mark Del Franco (also at the top of TBR, expecting great things)Hallowed Circle, Linda Robertson (TBR, enjoyed the first one)Deadtown, Nancy Holzner (TBR, heard good things)Hunting Julian, Jacquelyn Frank (another no comment)And that should get me through the weekend. :)
Love Archangel's kiss...can't wait for the next one.I have just started Wild Hunt by Margaret Ronald. I enjoyed the first book in the series so I have high hopes for this one.Regards, Ruth (CO)
I read "Castle of the Wolf" by Sandra Schwab. The story is set in the Black Forest/Germany. This book is written like a (romance)fairy tale. The hero suffers under his battlefield injury and the heroine is a orphan who do not want to end as a old spinster.
Finished Archangel's Kiss, loved it. Currently I'm reading Kathryn Fox's Blood Burn. It's thrilling and get's you thinkin about how cruel human beings can be to others...
Archangel's Kiss, of course! And also finishing up a reread of all the posted chapters (174 as of Friday) of an ongoing fantasy MM series called In This Land by Matthew Haldeman-Time.
Words cannot express how much I absolutely loved Archangel's Kiss & how Raphael/Elena's relationship has progressed! :) 2011 is too far off! (esp. considering Hawke's book is that year too....can we speed up time???) ps. I love me some Bluebell too! :) ~Tracy
And also finishing up a reread of all the posted chapters (174 as of Friday) of an ongoing fantasy MM series called In This Land by Matthew Haldeman-Time.Courtney - is this available online please? This sounds right up my alley :)
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