Friday, September 02, 2011

Friday Book Club

Archangel's Blade Countdown Quote
 
Taking out his cell phone, Dmitri glanced at Honor, using his gaze to caress lips he wanted to debauch and corrupt. "Try not to get killed while I'm making this call."
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I mentioned In Bed With A Highlander a little while back. It's now out, so check it out if you like Scottish historicals!

Excerpt link to Maya's website.

Your turn. What are you reading and loving this week?

22 comments :

Anonymous said...

Hey Nalini! I can't wait for Archangel's Blade!! :) I just finished Gena Showater's Dark Taste of Rapture- absolutely one of her best books ever!!! Highly recommend the entire series. Also just finished Elizabeth Naughton's Tempted. Very good read!!! Getting ready to start Maya Banks new highlander :)

WildMom said...

I am close to finishing a Dance With Dragons, I have read other things along with it, it is so huge. And I would like to start One Grave at a Time by Jeaniene Frost. Definitely looking forward to Archangel's Blade, that will immediately move to the top of the list.

Anna said...

The bookstore is "processing" my order. I can't wait for Archangel's Blade. Woo woo woo!

Saiqa said...

Cannot wait to read Archangels Blade. I even had the name put in my henna pattern on my hand for Eid. I figured that by the time the henna fades, the book will be out! However, this meant I had to spend most of Eid day trying to explain what the book was about to various people. I am happy to say I created some new Nalini fans in the UK! I finished the new gena showalter and Bloodlines by Richelle Mead last night. Both were really good, especially genas book. Would definitely recommend it.

Nalini Singh said...

@Saiqa - that's so awesome! Do you have a photo you can share?

Hope you all enjoy Archangel's Blade. I'm super excited about the release.

Liz C said...

I've been dissecting my copy of Dark Peril (amongst others by Christine Feehan)because of her "who's the Heroine?" contest, had an absolute blast looking at the clues and trying to figure out who the latest heroine is :)

Elenariel said...

He's looking at me from (the cover on the) pillow: in a few minutes I'm going to bed with Nicolai!
I received today my copy of Lord of the vampires! Yay! ♥

Diane said...

Re-reading Archangel's Consort to be ready for Archangel's Blade and Jayne Ann Krentz's Canyons of Night.

Saskia said...

I read The Sentinel Mage by Emily Gee and I loved it. Then I finished Obernewtyn by Isobelle Carmody. I only finished the book because I finish every book I start.
And Troubled Range by Andrew Grey.

Patricia said...

Hey! :)

I've just finished Nora Roberts Bride Quartet series and want to read something very similiar to these. I don't know, they were so easy to read and so .. positive/optimistic. Full of friendship. :)

I also finished One Grave at a Time and Succubus Revealed. Weren't they awesome? *_*

But right now, as I've said, I'm looking for something new. :)

CYP @ ABookaliciousStory said...

I'm reading In Bed with a Highlander now!! And it is freaking awesome!! Thanks Nalini for the great recommend!!:D

Saiqa said...

Hi Nalini,
Am glad you liked my henna idea.I do have a photo to share, but dont know how on this blog.I tried copying and pasting it in, but it wouldnt do it.Could I email it to you instead?

debbie said...

just got my eyes "opened" by Lorelei James's Rough Riders! Yes I will keep reading but lots of ice required! Looking forward to Archangels Blade which will be on my Kindle on the 8th woo hoo!

glittergirl said...

I'm a Scottish Romance reader so I'm looking forward to Maya's book and I post on the Tartan Ink interactive blog with Ranney & Welfonder. I'm currently reading Aiken's Dragon Kin series and loving it, what's not to like about dragon shifters. I'm also looking forward to Archangel's Blade :-)

Anonymous said...

I just finished Dark Taste of Rapture by Gena Showalter. It was great! I am planning to start One Grave at a Time by Jeaniene Frost tonight, and then Wings of Fire by Caris Roane.

TracyW

lee ann said...

Just finished book 2 (Too Hot to Hold) of Stephanie Tyler's Hard series...oohee, what an appropriate name! Last week read 2 great YA paranormals, Gretchen McNeil's Possess and Tessa Gratton's FANTASTIC Blood Magic. Will read Krentz's Canyons & Laurens Viscount Breckinridge over the long weekend. And, ladies, prepare yourself for the wonder that is Archangel's Blade: it is every bit as good as you hope...and even better! Have a box of hankies ready for this extraordinary book. (Received an ARC as a bookseller.)

lee ann said...

Ooh, almost forgot! I read the short e-story The Strange Case of Finley Jayne by Kady Coss..it's a prequel to the book The Girl in the Steel Corset, Steampunk Chronicles 1.

Anonymous said...

I just finished The Dragon Who Loved Me by GA Aiken ...latest in her series. So good /funny. I'm really bummed I have to wait for the next one. It comes out next week but I got it early! :-) can't wait for archangels blade!!!

AlwaysV said...

I can't read anything else right now
except the 3 series.. that will release
3 brand new books.. right on the same DATE!!!
YAHOO!!! So I reread JR WARD'S FALLEN ANGELS for ENVY,
Christine Feehan's last 3 Dark Series for Dark Predator, and your Guild Hunters for Dmitri <3

I only wish Tangle of Need is READY to be released too.
Because I've been pimping Kiss of Snow to anyone who would stop long enough to hear my POVS!! LOL

My world is so crazy with Virtual peeps walking around .. Kaleb.. Dmitri.. Gregori.. Zacarias..

JamieRebecca said...

glad u reminded us about the maya banks book! bought it today. hoping to start it after i get a few crafts done with my 3 year old for her first day of pre-school. they grow up so fast!

lee ann said...

Patricia, if you're looking for non-paranormal great reads try Robyn Carr (great character/romance driven books), Linda Howard's Veil of Night (wedding planning mixed with murder...how appropriate!) and her Mr. Perfect is simultaneously hilarious and has a truly creepy killer. Try Kay Hooper's awesome modern Southern Gothic, Amanda. And since you like Nora Roberts, try her 3 Sisters Island trilogy, her In the Garden trilogy and her 4 book Chesapeake Bay series (one of my faves).

lee ann said...

Have you ladies who like Highlanders tried Teresa Medeiros' Scottish books? And, of course, since Stephanie Laurens has a new Cynster book out, lets not forget the original Cynster boys books, the 3rd of which told Richard and Catriona, the Lady of the Vale's story in Scandal's Bride. And Donna Kauffman writes a mean modern Scottish tale of romance...oooh, those kilts...makes a lass want to jump in a deep, deep loch to cool off!!!