Friday, September 06, 2013

Friday Book Club

The Friday Book Club is now open!! What are you reading and loving this week?

I've been on a historical kick, and recently devoured Sarah MacLean's Nine Rules to Break When Romancing A Rake. Loved the "on the shelf" heroine who decides to do all the things ladies aren't supposed to do (smoke a cheroot, gamble, attend a duel...), and the scandalous hero who gets caught up in her rule-breaking (until he actually helps her do some of the things on her list). Totally recommended!

Your turn :-)

16 comments:

Alecia said...

Re-reading Sunshine by Robin Mckinley

ChrisQ in CA said...

Lexi Blake - A Dom is Forever

Cony said...

I am reading the last installment of the Goldie Locke and the Werebears series Beahrly Bitten. Fun!
Cony

Vid said...

Kerrelyn Sparks- The Vampire with the Dragon Tattoo.

library addict said...

I'm rereading Calculated in Death as I have tons to do this weekend and since I've already read it I can make myself put it down when needed.

Dogon-Hunters said...

I'm reading a lot of nonfiction these days, but I'm also reading a simple little novel named ROXANNE IN LALA LAND. I needed a quick read a few nights back and it was one of my free downloads. Not bad.

Anonymous said...

Reading Blackmoore by Julianne Donaldson. I'm just in the first chapter so can't say much about the book, but I loved this author's debut and although it is a different romance genre the characters are captivating.

Anonymous said...

Just finished Driven and Fueled by K. Bromberg. Ridonkulously good. Love the character development. The dialogue is hilarious, and the story has tear-jerrker moments with all the highs and lows of a new romance. Just kicking myself cuz the 3rd book isn't out yet!

marie3of3 said...

Love Sarah MacLean books! You'll enjoy the other two books of the trilogy as well!

I'm currently finishing off the latest in the 'President's Vampire' series, 'Red, White & Blood', by Christopher Farnsworth

Alison said...

I managed to get two books read, even with classes starting up this week. I read daughter of the blood by Anne Bishop and chimes at midnight by Seanan McGuire. Two very different books, both great reads. I definetly recommend both books, though I would suggest starting at the beginning of the October Daye series, chimes is the seventh book, while you could start there I don't think you'd get the whole impact of the book.

Anonymous said...

Ah, the Love by Numbers-Series. You're right Nalini, it's amazing; I read it a while ago and loved. I totally second your recommendation! :-)

I'm currently reading the fourth book of the Midkemia-Series by Raymond Feist. It's a brilliant High Fantasy classic; so if you're into High Fantasy, read it!

~Jana

Anonymous said...

I loved 'The Rosie Project' by Graeme Simsion. Made me giggle all the way thru. If you want a warm hug this is the one.

julieann37 said...

Christine Feehan's Dark Lycan.I really enjoyed it,but for more some reason I think its slightly different than the other dark books.I loved the love by numbers series too when I read them,then I went on to read Sally Mackenzies Naked Nobility series which is a hoot in places.

beautyinmyimperfections said...

I haven't actually started a new book yet. I've been rereading old ones: Never less than a lady by putney, Heart of Obsidian (favorite couple!! along with Lucas and Sascha). Just finished reading Wolf with Benefits by Shelley Laurenston. Just a great shifter series because it is chock full of humor!

ERA. Alves said...

...e se Ele não tivesse como se golpear como um pouco do surreal, a poesia faltaria de todos os lados.

Anonymous said...

Finished Anee Bishop's Written in Red, and loved it, now rereading Rimrunners by Cherryh