I just happily discovered and read Gail Dayton's New Blood, and the sequel, Heart's Blood. They are great Victorian fantasy romances. New Blood has a creepy cover but don't let that put you off! Not yet sure what I'm reading next...
I'm reading To Conquer Mr.Darcy by Abigail Reynolds. I adre Pride and Prejudice, so this is just the book for me :-)
I zipped through "Whisper of Sin." It was a wonderful, short read. I don't think it is my fave novella of the series, but it was still wonderful. Now I just *really* want to get my hands on Indigo's story now!I also read Meljean's steampunk novella and I loved it! I haven't read any of her work before, but I loved the concept, the world, and can't wait for more steampunk!I also read Gena's The Darkest Lie. It is the first book since Danika and Reyes (book 3) of the Lords that I have loved! For once, the heroine didn't bother me! The ending read a bit like a fanfiction (the fight with Neemah), but otherwise, a good addition to the series.Now I can't wait for Demon from the Dark from Kresley Cole!
I am reading Veil of Midnight by Lara Adrian. I am not reading this series in order and this is my second book. The series is Ok so far....but def not some thing I would go crazy about (unlike the Psy/Changeling series). I am just passing time for now waiting for POP.....November here yet??
I just finished Demon Moon by Meljean Brook and am starting Succubus Blues by Richelle Mead. Pretty good so far.
Ria's story, of course.
Nothing Yet, I haven't been able to get any new books yet :( except for burning up but I finish it a few days after I got it and now I'm trying to decide what to get next :( ahhhhh
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Catching Fire - Suzanne Collins. It is a YA book, but I am really liking it so far.
@ Erin - Succubus series by R Mead is awesome!! You will def enjoy it.My Library just advised that Burning up is ready to collect....I am soooo reading that as soon as I pick it up. :)
im currently reading J.R Ward's Covet :)
I have been reading fantasy e-books by Frank Tuttle(The Markhat Files). I have really enjoyed his stories and one book so far has the romantic interest for the lead character. They are shorter stories and a different world.Regards, Ruth (CO)
The Burning up anthology. I'm also slowly working my way through "Rumo" by Walter Moers.
Read "Burning Up" this week and really enjoyed it. I loved Ria's story but I also was happy to read Virginia Kantra's novella too. She has a great writing style. I also read Linda Howard's "Veil of Night" and I wouldn't recommend it. I used to love her books but the last few haven't been up to par.
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I've finished Burnung up and really liked all the stories in this book (Ria and Emmett make a fantastic couple), now I just have to wait for Indigo and Drew (countdown has started!!). Today I got Shelly Laurenston's Beast behaving badly, and I'm absolutely loving it and next on my list is Christine Feehan's Water Bound (can't wait)
I've finished Slave to Sensation, Visions of Heat, Caressed by Ince and Mine to Possess. Next up is Hostage to Pleasure. I am seriously obsessed! lol
I'm rereading Shanna Swendson's Don't Hex with Texas and sobbing because there's no sequel any time soon!
Laurell K Hamilton's Merry Gentry Series...I'm on the 5th book now & I'm hooked!
Right now I'm 'reading' my calendar...to see how many days left until Play of Passion! So excited!!! :) (And I don't even wanna count how many until Mr. Alpha Wolfy's book! Same with AC too!)
Just finished Maria V Snyder's Sea Glass. It was good, but I do think the heroine needs a break from being kidnapped or assassinated. I've just started The Ships of Merior (Janny Wurts).
I am on The Devil's Due by Jenna Black. Book 3 in the series. I am going through a book a day atm. Luck I work at a book shop to keep me going :)
I've been reading Deanna Raybourn's Lady Julia Grey trilogy. A Victorian England mystery series, and I love it! I've never read mysteries before, so having her as my first foray into the genre has really made me happy.
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