Steel's Edge by Ilona Andrews. Have loved the previous 3 books.
The Silvering by Tanya Huff. Stand alone with werewolves. I'm enjoying it a great deal.
If you like love & crime: Check out Chasing Venus by Diana Dempsey.- Loved the stroy and the main couple!P.S.: It`s currently free for the kindle.http://www.amazon.com/Chasing-Venus-ebook/dp/B005KBDRYK/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1357919323&sr=1-1&
Tuesday's Child (Book 1 of Psychic Visions) by Dale MayerThis was a great paranormal suspense novel with the romance as an added bonus. The story pulls you in from the first page.
I just started Dream Eyes by Jayne Ann Krentz. So far so good
Reading Dream Eyes by Jayne Krentz, re-reading the psy-changeling books, and Lois McMaster Bujold's The Curse of Chalion and Paladin of Souls.
Currently juggling Breakpoint by JoAnn Ross and Too Proud to be Bought (Harlequin Presents) by Sharon Kendrick. -Roxanne
Reading the new Jayne Ann Krentz: Dream Eyes; her books are always great to read!
I love Ilona Andrews' Edge series but had avoided her Magic series due to my dislike of post-apocalyptic books. I broke down and read the new edition of Magic Bites. Now I'm reading Magic Burns and will gobble up the rest of the series this weekend.
Ember by Bettie Sharp. It's a smart, twisty, novella-length take on the cinderella story. "Prince Charming" is under a curse that makes everyone see him as more handsome and charming than he really is, there's only one girl who can begin to see the real him through the curse, and it just gets more interesting from there.
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