Friday, October 14, 2011

Friday Book Club

Time to talk books! What are you reading and loving at the moment?
 

26 comments :

Cloe said...

Caressed by ice!! It went on sale yesterday in Spain ^____^

Rif said...

Have just started Caitlin Moran's 'How to be a Woman.' I'm only a quarter through and have deliberately begun to ration the remainder because it's such a frank and deliciously written account of growing up female!

I've also just re-read Kiss of Snow. I have to say that the first time round I gobbled it up in one long-and possibly teensiest bit skimmed- sitting (i was so eager to get to the Hawke and Sienna parts)... this second time round I've taken longer and had a chance to savour the book in a more holistic way. It's sucha rich and absorbing read, thankyou Nalini!

Diane said...

You've got me hooked on Angels so I'm reading Cari Roane's Ascension.

Maria said...

I'm reading "One Food In The Gravy- A Nashville Katz Mystery (Deadly Deli)" by Delia Rosen. It's a cozy mystery and I'm really liking it so far

Anonymous said...

Just started Angels of Darkness :)

Kalynn said...

I'm about to start Omega Mine, which I've heard really good things about. I also just finished listening to The Son of Neptune. It wasn't quite as good as The Lost Hero, but it was really good none the less.

Amanda said...

I'm reading Magic Slays by Ilona Andrews. I've been in such a funk reading wise lately, but this has really pulled me in.

Sophie said...

mmmmm Jillian Hunter's Seduction of an English Scoundrel....second historical...liking it so far... :P

kam luen said...

finished all 5 books of the fever series by karen moning.. so freaking good... luv luv jerrico barrons... what a yummy man...alpha of the year! getting my hands on serpent's kiss by thea harrison... really like her books, dragons and all...
happy weekend y'all

lindseye said...

Finished Serpent's Kiss by Thea Harrison this week great story and only have to wait until March for the next book. Also read Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish by Grace Burrowes which was a fun Regency novel.

Anonymous said...

I have struggled to find anything decent to read lately but just discovered Daryna Jones. What a find! She only has two books out so far and they are fab! Great dark plot, spunky heroine and gorgeous hero, strong supporting characters and laugh out loud funny to boot. I love a book that you keep thinking about even when you have to stop and make dinner! Can wait for book 3 in the series.

Anonymous said...

I know I'm "late to the party", but I have "found" J.R. Ward's Brotherhood series and I am hooked! I'm about to start book 5 and all I can say is "WOW!".

Saiqa said...

I finished Born of Fire by sherrilyn kenyon.I have heard her name mentioned on this blog a few times so thought I would try it. I liked the book, especially the character of Syn. However I found her writing style a bit disjointed and there was alot of 'telling' instead of 'showing'. I might try another one of her books, but she won't be going on my autobuy list.I will probably try Thea Harrison next because of the amount of times her name has been mentioned on here.

Anonymous said...

I just discovered Gena Showalter's Lords of the Underworld. I've read the first one and thought it was great and intend to read the others.

Jyothsna said...

I read and loved "Sins of the Angels" by Linda Poitevin. She has a great voice..loved the characters and the world.

Eva said...

I read Reunion by F.E. Heaton. I found this snippet on the author homepage. There is a free pdf download of this short story, so it`s possible to copy it to the kindle.
http://www.vampiresrealm.com/index.php

The story is short but surprisingly well written and this vampire world is very interesting. I`ll definitely explore them.

bberie said...

My daughter insisted I read The Lost Hero so that I could read Son of Neptune. I have read books 1-4 of Karen Chance's Cassandra Palmer books and jumped over to Dorina Basarab book 1. I do so wish she would write a full length novel for Lia de Croisets. Waiting for Keri Arthur's next book. Did you ever notice that most of her books are about some put upon woman dragging some idiot man kicking and screaming by his .. until he finally decides he loves her. But I am waiting impatiently for the beginning of November for Heart of Steel(Meljean), Death Magic(Eileen Wilks),Tied With a Bow(various) and Reckoning(Lili St. Crow)

Ines said...

I just finished Lord of the Abyss, which is my first ever book by you. That really sounds very awkardly written. :)
I wanted to say I enjoyed it a lot, some parts were very gruesome but unfortunately for me believable too (so I felt deeply for Liliana).
Next on my list to enjoy will be some of Vlad Taltos' adventures (I love those S. Brust books).

Eva said...

Rereading a Christine Feehan Ghostwalker book, Mind Game, second in the series.
I can't get enough books to keep up with my reading, so I have to re-read them constantly. Right now I'm doing her and then I will re-read the JD Robb books, then Nalinni Singh's Psy series, then the Angels and then who knows.
I read about 1 book a day or more, so finding new books is really difficult!

Sherri L. said...

I'm rereading ruthless game by christine feehan. Can't wait until the next book in the ghostwalker series comes out.

kam luen said...

bberie, helo.I enjoyed reading the whole series of 5 books by lillith st crow on valentine... real kick ass heroine with a yummy hero...

dixiehellcat said...

Running very late, but finished Angels Blood last night and dove right into Archangels Kiss. <3

Anonymous said...

Provided I'm not ill tomorrow, I'm planning to buy "Magische Verführung",
together with another book of a German author (Nephilim by Gesa Schwartz). So...

Frankfurt book fair, I'm coming!!! :-)

~Jana

Erin said...

I finished A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness yesterday and really enjoyed it. This weekend I'm onto Retribution by Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dark Predator by Christine Feehan.

Anonymous said...

I've just finsh re-reading Christine feehan's ruthless game book again. Can't wait to get my hands on new books.

kam luen said...

reading maggie shayne's book 2 twilight fulfilled.Recommend this book to be read with book 1 twilight prophecy... good tale...