Friday, March 14, 2014

Friday Book Club

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

12 comments :

Charlotte Bryan said...

Well, since you released the cover art and blurb for the next guild hunter book, I have been rereading the guild hunter series. Got to love it (even though I am afraid I may have some parts memorized by now).

Also, since watching the 12 Years a Slave movie, I have been rereading that as well. I have not read that book since college. Definitely a read that will put things in perspective. But not an easy read if that is what you are looking for.

library addict said...

Just finished rereading Stroke of Enticement. Still one of my favorite couples of the series :) This week I plan to read some other stuff so I don't finish rereading the series too soon.

Anonymous said...

Well, since I'm from Germany I've been reading Engelslied (Archangel's Legion) of course. It was great to revisit Elena and Raphael! :)
I'm also almost trough with Tempting the Fire by Sidney Croft. Just love the ACRO series!

~Jana

Eva said...

Read the kindle freebie Dark Love by Claudy Conn. Liked it.

Alecia said...

I've been reading Night Broken by Patricia Briggs, and about to embark on a complete re-read of the series. Re-read the Belgariad and Mallorean Series by David Eddings last weekend, all 12 of which are still as good as when they hooked me 20 or so years ago. :)

Cathor said...

Just finished Love Hacked by Penny Reid. Very witty and fun. Part of the Knitting in the City series (romcom contemporary). I recommend. The heroines comments and inner monologues are hilarious.

marie3of3 said...

I'm ready to dive in to Night Broken by P. Briggs (I had to wait for the weekend for an all nighter...Geez, I'm getting old...).

lacrima said...

Read Demons at Deadnight by A&E Kirk. I was wary of it because it was YA, and I'm not a fan of all that teenage angst, but hey! No teenage angst, it was pretty funny, and the heroine is neither whimpy nor all powerful. I really liked it.

Sel said...

"The Story Of Owen" by E.K. Johnston. It's the first novel of a friend, YA, alternate history, and very very enjoyable!

Ang from Oz said...

This week I read "Nights Broken" by Patricia Briggs. It was great to be back in the Mercy Thompson world. Also read "What Kills Me" by Wynne Channing. It was a free ebook. I really enjoyed the story.

As The Bead Turns said...

Nights Broken,by Patricia Briggs. It was so good that I am back to re reading the entire series. It will keep me busy for a few days.

Fan from Boise said...

Almost through the cut and run series, I am really enjoying it.