Friday, December 04, 2015

Friday Book Club

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


library addict said...

I enjoyed What Love Sounds Like by Alissa Callen. It had a slow start, but the romance was sweet and it was just the type of story I was in the mood for.

Just started Julie Miller's Kansas City Cover-Up, part of her long-running The Precinct series.

Looking forward to the new Jayne Ann Krentz on Tuesday, Secret Sisters.

Anonymous said...

Sweet ruin by kresley Cole.

Vickie ~ Mademoiselle*Rose said...

Dead by Midnight, Pamela Clare, loving it.

Ismaha said...

Shadow's End by Thea Harrison. Loved it, even though it has such a bittersweet ending (I had to shed a tear or two...)

Therese Greene said...

Read Shadow's End by Thea Harrison. Loved it but had to reread the ending several times, so many things have/are changing. Can't wait
to read Liam's story Dec. 22nd and see what's happening next.

Anonymous said...

Read Shadow's End by Thea Harrison. Loved the book. Wow.... Now it's Liam's turn. This book is not for anyone who is reading the Elder Races books for the very first time. First time readers will get confused very quickly.

Reread Night's Honor and rereading Midnight's Kiss while waiting for Liam's book in a few weeks.

Patricia S

Sara said...

Read and enjoyed Sweet Ruin and Shadow's End.

Vidyashi said...

I just started Stephanie Rowe's Darkness Awakened, the first book in her Order of the Blade Series. So far so good. It's a different kind of PNR, no vampires or werewolves. I hate to say it, but the only reason I jumped right into this series is because this book is currently Free on Amazon. So feel free to check it out.

Anonymous said...

I also read Shadow's End. It was wonderful and heartbreaking and pulled a lot of things together. I can't wait to see where the series goes next.

I also read and enjoyed Elizabeth Hoyt's new historical, Sweetest Scoundrel.

Sarah M.

Anonymous said...

Read Shadow's End and also Nevermore by Rob Thurman. Can't wait for the next one XD

Psyching myself up to read the 3rd book (Chimera) in Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant's Parasite series. :3


Anonymous said...

The beginning of Shadow's End was good, but the four sex scenes, pages and pages long, just seemed redundant.

His Christmas Countess by Louise Allen. Almost finished. Seems slightly different than the average historical. Begins almost like Julie Garwood's One White Rose (minus the humour).

Reading :
Anthology The Dragon Done It
Doctor Yourself by Andrew Saul
A Guide to Health by M. K. Gandhi (tr.)
Lucy's Bang-up Christmas & The Lasting Gift by Carla Kelly.