Hello,I am reading "The Hob" by Dana Marie Bell, book 4 of "The Grey Court" series. Not the most funny book of her writing but Robin Goodfellow is definitly finding his match.Have a nice weekendCony
I am rereading the Flinx series by Alan Dean foster
Loved Linnet and the Prince by Alydia Rackham! For me it´s definitely one of my must reads in 2013. If you´re in the mood for a love story in the style of an oriental fairy tail, then you should read this book. http://www.amazon.com/Linnet-and-the-Prince-ebook/dp/B004NSUZHS/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1359123925&sr=1-1&keywords=linnet+and+the+prince
Loved Linnet and the Prince by Alydia Rackham! For me it´s definitely one of my must reads in 2013.The story and the characters are well written. It's like you are reading a oriental fairy tale. The growing love between Linnet and Rajak is well build and the end... I just say, that there is a moment where you'll be horrified. I could only thought "No!" (Really.. I was nearly crying). The end is very emotional.This love story is a gem! I recommend it highly! http://www.amazon.com/Linnet-and-the-Prince-ebook/dp/B004NSUZHS/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1359123925&sr=1-1&keywords=linnet+and+the+prince
Just finished Courtney Milan's The Duchess War. That leaves Lynn Kurland's Dreamspinner and Gini Koch's Alien Tango to finish.
Alas.. Sorry..I can`t delete the first commend. The second is the right one...
I recently finished The Chocolate Thief by Laura Florand -- it's one of those books that made my stomach flip (in a good way!) numerous times. Loved the byplay between Cade (the American heiress of the company that makes Corey chocolate bars) and artisan chocolatier Sylvain -- delicious! Oh, and of course its interwoven with info about about making chocolates. French chocolates. What's not to like about that? *g*Just finished The Lost Girl by Sangu Mandanna -- loved this one. So different and quite thought-provoking. Eva is an echo, "made" at the request of Amarra's parents to replace Amarra if she dies. Eva lives in seclusion in the UK(and in fear of being discovered by those who believe echoes are soulless abominations) and Amarra (who lives in India) is forced to write detailed letters about her life and thoughts, so that Eva can know everything and "echo" her. Eva also hates what is being forced on her (especially when Amarra rebels and gets a tattoo, meaning Eva must get a tattoo, too!) but she has no choice. And only if Amarra dies and Eva takes her place will Eva have a life -- Amarra's life. It's a fascinating story.And currently reading Onyx, the second Lux novel, by Jennifer Armentrout. The premise reminds me of the old TV series Roswell. Loving these books!
Re=-reading Delusion in Death by JD Robb; Calculated in Death coming soon!!!
I'm currently reading The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. It's an usual read, something different in a way tha's hard to describe, but good. I like it.~Jana
Reading The Emperor's Edge by Lindsay Buroker. I found it for free on Amazon after a recommendation on a forum. I really like it so far. It has humor, action, and a nice plot.
Your comment earlier about Aodhan showing up in the scene you're writing for Raphael & Elena ~sent me scrambling to reread ANGELS' DANCE !!! Then ~ of course ~ I had to read the entire ANGELS FLIGHT !!!GH rules my world at the moment.For always ~ actually !Thank You.
Waiting for the title and cover announcement, I reread all the Psy/Changeling books, then I started The Chronicles of Elantra by Michelle Sagara.It's a very interesting and fascinating worldbuilding with intriguing races and characters but the heroine, at 20yo, it's too forcedly childish and with no signs of growing up, so consequently she's becoming annoying.But I think I'll continue the series 'cause I want to know more about Dragons and Barrani, and 'Teela and Severn!
re read all the gh books and am now on psy #3 in order the pass time till reveal......loved the little teasers but NEED the new books
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