Friday, June 08, 2012

Friday Book Club

Time to talk books! What are you reading and loving this week?

31 comments :

bog-elsker said...

Blood Bound by Rachel Vincent.

Diane said...

I'm trying tho read the new MaryJanice Davidson book.

Sara said...
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Sara said...

I read Devil's Gate by Thea Harrison this week. Its only a short novella but I love her stories.

Anna said...

I'm enjoying the historical romance "Ruined by Rumor" by Alyssa Everett. I like when Victorian characters' behavior is consisten with the time, plus the childhood sweetheart (for the hero) theme. :o)

Marg said...

The Last Boyfriend by Nora Roberts and Farewell to Lancashire by Anna Jacobs.

Jen said...

Tangle of need by nalini singh ;)

saji said...

The secret by julie garwood

julieann37 said...

I read Tangle Of Need - and really loved it,but now i've read it will be a long wait for the next book!Will wait a week or so and then reread it to catch anything i missed.

brendab said...

Kind of in the middle of the GA Aiken books and the Karen Chance Cassie Palmer Books.

Anneela said...

Tangle of Need...doing the happy dance!

me said...

C.I. Black's Immortal Coil..again.LOL. I needed to cleanse my palate after a not so good dragon book yesterday. Gotta a couple of favorites coming up for end of june and early july releases that my eyes are on.

reese

LuigiGirlNZ said...

Just finished Tangle of Need. Loved it! Can't wait for the next in this series :D

Cony said...

Just finished Kiss of Death.... not the worst book of the Anita Blake series, but also far away from the best. Now I started with Devil´s Gate, very good short story. Do not know what will be next... I think I will follow the alphabetical order during climbing the to be read mountain. Therefor next in line would be Book 2 and 3 of the Chronicles of Nick - Invincible and Infamous.
Cony

Saiqa said...

Finally finished deadlocked by charlaine harris.I was very very disappointed. In the middle of Devil's Due by Rachel Caine now. I like it,its an unusual plot. And did someone mention a Thea Harrison novella that I somehow missed? Got to go book shopping!

Anonymous said...

Carpe Corpus by Rachel Caine. Book six if the Morganville Vampire series. So far the series is AWESOME!!!! I've been reading the series since last Thursday, just can't put the series down!!

Scarly

IslandWomon said...

I am currently re-reading Angel's Blood! I had forgotten how much I enjoyed Elena and Raphael's "beginning". This series is beautifully written with intriguing characters and riveting plots. I think I must =now re-read the whole series!

Shan said...

Reading the Allie series by Katherine Eliska kimbriel's - they are sooo good, and I am so pleased she is writing the third in the series

Shan said...

Reading the Allie series by Katherine Eliska kimbriel's - they are sooo good, and I am so pleased she is writing the third in the series

marie3of3 said...

Reading the final 'All Spells Break Loose' by Lisa Shearin. Then on to Cecilia Grant's 'A Gentleman Undone' and J.A. London's 'Darkness Before Dawn'.

Anonymous said...

"The Spirit War" by Rachel Aaron. all i have to say is WOW. she hinted at all the mysteries in the previous books, but in this one she blatantly revealed them.

"Accidentally Dead, Again" by Dakota Cassidy. everytime i read the title i laugh. i love her accidental series, they make me laugh.

Anonymous said...

Just finished Tangle Of Need. And I ust say it was absolutely BRILLIANT! So many exciting things will be hppening in the next books. And I hope theres quite a few more!. Now I dont have anything else to read because I left A Dance with Dragons at work and won't get it until Monday and don't want to start another book. Maybe I'll just reread Tangle of Need :)

Sofia said...

Just finished reading Tangle of Need and WOW!!!! LOVED IT! I'll even be so bold as to mark it 10/10! As this is not the spoilers page I won’t give anything away in terms of the story line but I will say that Nalini sure knows how to tell a story and keep her audience on the edge leaving them wanting more, can't wait for the next Psy/Changeling series, actually who am I kidding, I eagerly devour anything that Nalini puts out so will be salivating for Jason's book in the next Guild Hunters series.

Anonymous said...

Just finished Silk is for Seduction by Loretta Chase and really enjoyed it! The characters are intriguing and promise much fun in the further series. I can only recommend it!

~Jana

Karen Marie said...

My Big Fat Supernatural Wedding. It's not new, but I just got to it.

As one of your international readers I just want to say I'm real happy for the audiobook versions of your books. As far as I know only two books are translated into danish - and I read them often. I was really surprised - and very, very happy - to find your Guild Hunter and Psy/Changelings series on audiobook, and you are of course on my books-to-buy-on-the-spot-list ;). I enjoyed Tangle of Need very much and can't wait for the next.

lacrima said...

I've read Dark Descendant and Deadly Descandant by Jenna Black, will definitely read the next. And then I read Alexander Outland by G.J. Koch, and I couldn't stop laughing. Nap and his crew are a riot.

Always V said...

First off :( I'm very reluctant to share my LOVE of this book. Here.
Some posters on the Tangle of Need Spoilers site have scared me off
big time.

But I LOVE LOVE LOVE this book.

Suzanne Brockmann's Book # 1 : BORN TO DARKNESS... of her new PNR series.

I LOVE the Navy SEALs . . . Shane is a perfect an Officer & a Gentleman. . . a former SEAL. He's such a golden hero. He's done what's right even when he's known he'd be dishonorable discharged & blacklisted because of that.

The mission in Born to Darkness LOL
so slick!!! So satisfying!!!
The humor LOL is so wicked LOL

You'll love this story.


For all of the Suz's fans <3 you guys know why I need to begin my comment that way.

LOVE IS LOVE IS LOVE.

Anonymous said...

I finished Tangle of Need last week and am reading What I did for a Duke by Julie Ann Long. I am re-reading the What I Did for a Duke because I loved it soooo much but her other books are not as good as that one so I am looking for suggestions - do you know any books that you could recommend that are similar to What I did for a Duke? Until Kaleb's book comes out I have nothing to look for...except there is a second book in the All Souls trology coming out this summer and a 13th installment in Kresley Cole's IAD series coming out in November. But I need to read something now...any suggestions? Some books I love are The Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase, all early to mid-term Judith McNaught books, Judith Ivory books the Proposition and Untie My Heart, all Nalini Singh books but especial favorites are Slave to Sensation, Caressed by Ice, Branded by Fire and Kiss of Snow, and all Elene/Rafael books in the Guild Hunter series. - Alina G

Anonymous said...

To Alina G,
You could try the Maiden Lane novels by Elizabeth Hoyt or The League books by Sherrilyn Kenyon.

kam luen said...

Read shadow bound by rachel vincent.Its my first time reading a book written by her.not bad...
Presently i am really enjoying kimberly frost's book 2 ; all that falls.. really fast pace and yummy heroes...Highly recommend this book as well as her 1st book all that bleeds... a fallen angel and a kick ass vampire....

kui said...

@ Alina G:

Elizabeth Hoyt is great- I would recommend The Raven Prince(one of my all-time faves) or The Iron Duke by Meljean Brook-its a steampunk romance. Anything by Shelly Laurenston(shifters/dragons)will leave you in stiches-shes hilarious!