Friday, November 09, 2012

Friday Book Club

Wow, it's Friday again! Time to talk books. What are you reading and loving at the moment?
 

20 comments:

julieann37 said...

Have just started book 2 in Nicole Jordan's Courtship Wars series - To Bed a Beauty,which seems good so far...

Joy said...

I just read Enchanting the Lady by Kathryne Kennedy. It's a romance set in an alternate regency or after England, with balls and carriages, where royal titles are based on what type of magic the person can accomplish, and shape-shifters are barons, who are immune to magic. Interesting premise, well-written, and the heroine was very likeable.

Robyn said...

Just finished Tangle of Need. Getting ready to read Shadow by Laurann Dohner

lacrima said...

I've read both Raphael and Jabriel by D.B. Reynolds, the first two books in her Vampires of America series. I really love the heroine in those books, she doesn't back down easily.
Also finished with Running in the Dark by Regan Summers. Another vampire book, and a tad too much drama for me, but still pretty good.
And now I'm reading White Tiger, a book by Kylie Chan, involving a nanny, a god, demons and chinese mythology.

ilona said...

I was given the first three Lords Of Deliverance by Larissa Ione on Tuesday (from my daughter's MIL) and I'm already half way through book one :D I'm loving it.

Sherri L. said...

I'm reading Maya Banks novella Softly at Sunrise from her KGI series. Nice little addition to the series.

bog-elsker said...

Enjoyed Defying the Prince by Sarah Morgan, The Sheikh's Heir by Sharon Kendrick and Princess From the Shadows by Maisey Yates. I don't usually read multi-authored Harlequin series so this is a pleasant reading surprise for me. Also waiting, in excitement, for Steel's Edge by Ilona Andrews!!
-Roxanne

Diane said...

I am reading Alpha Instinct by Katie Reus; I had bought the book quite a while ago and just got to reading it. Now I have bought the next book in the series since I enjoyed the first so much.

Anonymous said...

woo hoo lords fall by thea harrison

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Anonymous said...

Thanks to the recommendation of someone a Friday or two ago, I've been reading Shelly Laurenston's "Pack Challenge", "Here Kitty Kitty", and "Go Fetch". Laugh out loud writing, and some hot action. I tried to read her "The Mane Event" but found it nowhere near as good. I had to console myself by reading Angels' Blood again, for the umpteenth time. I still haven't found anyone to match you, let alone come near you Nalini. You are the BEST.

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saiqa said...

Still reading after moonrise by pc cast and gena showalter.the pc cast story was a bit silly, but love gena showalter as always.she never disppoints.dying to read lords fall, but havnt got it yet

brendab said...

dear anonymous shelly laurenston reader. you must read the pride books. they are hilarious. i am in love with them all. mighty saber toothed bear cats, tigons and wolf dogs, i love them all. you should look for the coven novellas as well but the novella miss congeniality has my favorite sceens ever.







Anonymous said...

Julia Quinn Bridgerton Series, something I regard as a pick me up when I'm feeling a little down :)

H Brady said...

@ Anonymous: Shelly Laurenston

The books in The Pride series have humor similar to The Magnus Pack books after the stories in The Mane Event.

The Beast in Him introduces wolfdogs and African wild dogs -- very funny/crazy

The Mane Attraction is next and the Smiths of Smithville are hilarious.

I LOVED The Mane Squeeze, Beast Behaving Badly & Bear Meets Girl -- can't get enough of those bear shifters.

Big Bad Beast is before Bear Meets Girl and has a kick-ass heroine.

I would skip The Mane Event and try another title that sounds good. This series can be read out of order and still enjoyed. I started with Beast Behaving Badly and was hooked.

Tara said...

Im currently re-reading the Cynster series by Stephanie Laurens

Ellen said...

Re-reading the Cast series by Michelle Sagara this week and once that's done (long weekend here) I'm moving on to library books, first up is a Jayne Ann Krentz (Jayne Castle).

Happy reading all!

John said...

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Anonymous said...

Thanks @H Brady and @Brendab for your comments and recommendations. It's so helpful to have these. Keep 'em coming.