Friday, September 23, 2011

Friday Book Club

It's Book Club time! What are you reading and loving this week? Also, what have been some of your favorite reads of the year so far?
 

18 comments :

kam luen said...

yay, my bookstore says archangel's blade is in....just finished dark predator.. its good is it just me or i find the flora and fauna a wee bit too much in ms feehan's book... dont kill me .. ok .. her fans... whatever its stilla pleasure to read... tho a bit too much f/f...ha ha.. peace...

rocalisa said...

Right now I'm reading "Eternal Kiss of Darkness" by Jeaniene Frost, which I'm really enjoying.

Cassie said...

New York to Dallas by J.D. Robb, Absolutly Awesome :)

Anonymous said...

I just startet reading Assassin by Tom Cain. Cant't tell much about it yet, but seems to be enjoyable so far.

My favourite reads of the year so far...?
Of course everything from you, Nalini! :)
Furthermore I really loved e.g. Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles, Deeper than Midnight by Lara Adrian, Shadow Blizzard by Alexey Pehov, The Eye of the Moon by Anonymous and The Book Thief by Markus Zusak.

~Jana

Anonymous said...

Some of my fave this year:
Kiss of Snow of course that is at the top of mine.
Kiss of an Angel by Janelle Denison
Unlocked by Courtney Milan
Deeper Than Midnight by Lara Adrian
Taken by Fire by Sydney Croft
Changing the Game by Jaci Burton
Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison
Never Been Bit by Lydia Dare

BarbaraV :)

Saiqa said...

I am currently reading New York to Dallas by J.D Robb. My favourites this year have been everything that Nalini Singh has written and Jeaniene Frosts books. Also J R Wards Black Dagger Brotherhood series.

Eva said...

With luck I`ll get Archangels Blade tomorrow. (Amazon had delivery problems.) Can`t wait to read it!

Some of my english favourite books this year are:
Kiss of Snow (of course)
The Many Sins of Lord Cameron by Jennifer Ashley
Eternal Kiss: Mark of the Vampire by Laura Wright
The Erotic Secrets of a French Maid by Lisa Cach
Coyote`s Mate by Laura Leigh

And some of my german favourite books this year are:
Traue niemals einem Vampir von Diana Scott
Der Sünde Lohn von Andrea Schacht
Die Keltische Schwester von Andrea Schacht
Die Liebesslavin von Jazz Winter
Die Zähmung der Wildkatze von Jazz Winter

Anonymous said...

The Lies of Locke Lamora. An awesome fantasy book about a group of con men who rob aristocrats. Lots of witty banter and clever insults. This is not a romance but still worth reading.

Sofia said...

After vowing to not to buy any more of JD Robbs Dallas series, I went and downloaded New York to Dallas and Liked it..But Please Ms Robb, can you please evolve Eve Dallas a little more..as she's still a whiny whingy brat! Aaaaaahhhhhh!

My Favourite reads so Far have been Dragon Bound & Storms Heart by Thea Harrison/Kiss of Snow &Archangels Blade-Nalini Singh/Game of Thrones-JRR Martins /Patience-Lisa Valdez/River Marked-Patricia Briggs

Diane said...

I finished Dark Predator by Christine Feehan!

CourtneyLee said...

I'm reading Envy by JR Ward, the third in her fallen angels series. It's taking me a while to read it because I've been busy: I had my baby, a healthy, beautiful girl, in the wee hours of Saturday morning. 7 lbs 7 oz, 19.5 inches long, and so much hair on her head that everyone comments on it. She's awesome.

I was going to download Archangel's Blade to my Kindle to read in the hospital, but I was so busy staring at her and cuddling with her that I read maybe one chapter of Envy while I was there. As soon as I finish it, I'll get Archangel's Blade and fall in lust with Dimitri all over again.

Favorite books of the year? Hmmm...definitely Kiss of Snow at the top of the list. The last BDB book. And Deeper than Midnight. A few MM books, most notably Hot Head by Damon Suede, which I thought I'd hate but ended up loving. I don't have much of a book budget right now so I've been rereading a lot.

Nalini Singh said...

Congratulations, Courtney!!

Anna said...

I'm getting ready to read Demon's Night by Meljean Brook. I'm giving this series a second try. Love MB steampunk series and can't wait for the next Iron Seas novel.

My Top Favorite of the Year

Angelfall by Susan Ee

Loved, loved, loved, Did I say Loved? this book!!!It is such a wonderful book! I can't stop gushing about it. She's a debut author published through an Indie publisher. It was so inexepensive too. Less than half the price of a mass paperback. All the reviews I have read about have been 4 or 5 star. So so so good! Loaded with awesome!

Also loved Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James. It's contemporary romance with an erotic edge. Then I loved A Lot Like Love by Julie James.

I'm anticipating your Guild Hunter novellas. Can't wait to find out what happens with Noel and Galen & Jessamy.

Erin said...

At the moment I'm reading Creation in Death by J.D. Robb which I'm enjoying. As for favorites of the year, I loved Big Bad Beast by Shelly Laurenston, The Unbearable Lightness of Dragons by Katie MacAlister, and Kiss of Snow.

LuigiGirlNZ said...

I'm re-reading Hope's Folly by Linnea Sinclair. Partway through Midnight by Ellen Connor and getting ready to read Archangel's Blade by Nalini Singh, Grave Dance by Kalayna Price and Sense & Sensibility by Jane Austin

Favourite Reads so far in 2011:

Kiss of Snow by Nalini Singh
Silver Shark by Ilona Andrews
Canyons of Night by Jayne Ann Krentz
A Soldier's Duty: Theirs Not To Reason Why by Jean Johnson
Midnight Sins by Lora Leigh
Savor The Danger by Lori Foster
Magic Slays by Ilona Andrews
Mesmerized by Lauren Dane
Wilder's Mate by Moira Rogers
Archangel's Consort by Nalini Singh

I'm sure I'm missing some but the list keeps growing :P

Jaz said...

Some of my favourites this year are:
Kiss of Snow,
Cloudy
In bed with a highlander,
Dancing on air,
Face the fire,
Mercy
And Nineteen minutes which I've just finished :) x

Catherine M Kage said...

I'm reading the third book of the Harry Dresden Files by Jim Butcher right now.

Favourites of this year include your books, of course, but also Magic Slays by Ilona Andrews, River Marked by Patricia Briggs, Bloodlines by Richelle Mead and One Grave at a Time by Jeaniene Frost.

Anonymous said...

I'm rereading The guild hunter series and I just finished newyork to Dallas by j d Robb