Thanks to your recommendation and her guest blog, I read Julie James' Something About You yesterday. I have to go find her earlier books now. Currently I'm finishing my 2nd read of Linnea Sinclair's brand new book, Rebels and Lovers, which is wonderful. Before that I read Siobhan Dowd's The London Eye Mystery, which I thoroughly recommend.
I recently read the new kid's fantasy by Diana Wynne Jones - Enchanted Glass - which was just lovely.I finished Archangel's Kiss yesterday and loved it. Another really great story, Nalini. Thank you.Then for some reason I decided to read the second part of Sherrilyn Kenyon's Acheron (felt no need at all to reread the depressing first part).Today I've started A Swiftly Titling Planet by Madeleine L'Engle I a reread) for a reading challenge and The Ivory and the Horn by Chales de Lint. (If I'm reading a paper book, I like to have a ebook on the go as well for when I'm out.)March is going to have been a good reading month for me.
Border Watch by my Aussie mate Helene Young. I'm not usually into romantic suspense but this one has really hooked me something wicked!
I am thinking of starting Richelle Mead's Storm Queen this weekend. I love her other series and hoping this one is as good as they are.
I'm reading Jennifer Ashley's Pride Mates.
I'm reading whatever Rochelle Alers book I can get my hand on. (And my biology and pre-calc books)
Got the Kindle app for iPhone and have spent a fortune on books this week!A whooooole bunch of Pamela Clare - read all the historicals and just started on the I-Team ones. The historicals were sweet (and, um, toasty) but I'm really enjoying the I-Team.Started the Tir Alainn (sp?) series by Anne Bishop - got through the first book and just couldn't get into it. Loved the Black Jewels series but this one just didn't catch me.Once I get through the I-Team ones, I'm headed for Julie James, I think!
I took a detour into YA this week and read Kelley Armstrong's The Summoning. Might need to read the next one this weekend! It was really fun.
I am reading Vanished by Karen Robards, its suspence. Its not too bad. Up next will be a toss up between Need by Carrie Jones or The Iron King by Julie Kagawa. I went looking for the Black Jewel series by Anne Bishop after your rec Nalini, unfortunately they only had the fourth book. So I am still looking for the others...
@Ang - Amazon has the first three of the Black Jewels books (the original trilogy) in one volume if you're looking for them! http://www.amazon.com/Black-Jewels-Trilogy-Daughter-Darkness/dp/0451529014/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1269576836&sr=8-1*WONDERFUL* books.
I've almost finished Josh Lanyon's The Hell You Say, the third book in the Adrian English series. I'm now a complete Josh Lanyon fan girl - it's a great book, and so nice to have really in-depth characterization, which I've discovered is very important to me.Next...well...a book by a wonderfully talented author. The book's called Archangel's Kiss.... *grin*
I finished Some girls bite by Chloe Neill. I liked it very much, especially the main character. Now I am in the middle of The Diamond Throne by David Eddings. I love Sparhawk, he's like a "knight in dirty armor".
Archangel's Kiss! Woo Hoo!
I've read a couple of great books this week. The Battle Sylph by L.J. McDonald, which was just amazing. I even blogged about it. The other book I read was Pride Mates by Jennifer Ashley. Another great book.
If the book arrives in the mail today, I'll be reading Rebels and Lovers by Linnea Sinclair-RSF. In the meantime, I'm listening to J.D. Robbs Visions in Death in the car, too.
I'm reading all the hollows books by Kim harrison again. i just can't get enough of them.
Just finished Silver Borne by Patricia Briggs and Shalador's Lady by Anne BishopCris
Embrace the Night Eternal by Joss Ware. She recently visited this blog and I pick her book because of it and I am glad I did. I loved it. i went out and bought the other two in the series.
I'm about to finish Katie MacAlister's Even Vampires get the Blues today (I just love all her books!) and just orderd The Shadow Queen by Anne Bishop. I'm going to pick it up tomorrow and I'm so looking forward to it!I read the Night Huntress Novels and First Drop of Crimson by Jeaniene Frost the last two weeks, which I also highly recommend! Once started you can't get enough of them, trust me!
Kathleen Dante's *Dreamwalker* completely took me by surprise. Her sexy fantasy world is fresh and fun, while her alpha hero and inspired heroine burn up the page!
I'm re-reading Blaze of Memory. Have been rereading the series and have caught tidbits about Ria...her being rescued from the streets and her explaining to Tally how sensitive hearing is to changelings, like blowing out their eardrums with a scream. Can't wait to read Ria's story!
Just started Velvet Haven by Sophie Renwick last night! I can't wait until I have time today to dig back in! I love her books!
I just finished "Comfort Food" by Kitty Thomas. It's darker than what I'm used to, but I still really liked it a lot. I'm now reading "Dead, Undead, or Somewhere in Between" by JA Saare. I haven't had as much time to read as I would like, so it's taking me a little longer to get through it as it normally does. So far, I think it's witty and intriguing. Can't wait to see what happens!
Thanks PeppyPilotGirl I will check it out. ;)
A friend recommended Keith Donohue's Th STolen Child (his take on the changeling myth). I'm about half way through it. The writing is good, the idea good, I just feel like I have to force myself to sit down and read it. Maybe it is because I am use to reading only academic and romance novels; it has been awhile since I've read any fiction.
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