Friday, February 05, 2016

Friday Book Club

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

17 comments :

Eva said...

This week (Since I was forced to stay in bed because of a influenzal infection - and will be forced to stay so till the end of next week.) I was in the mood for some Regency romances. I read:

- The kiss of a Viscount by Linda Rae Sande. (Free for the Kindle)
- The Bluestocking and the Rake by Norma Darcy.
- Heiress Without A Cause by Sara Ramsey.
- A Prince for Aunt Hetty (and reread The Wrong Woman) by Kimberly Truesdale.
- The Viscount`s Christmas Temptation by Erica Ridley. (- It snowed a bit, so I thought it would be o.k. to read a christmas story.).

I loved all stories and have to read more of these autors.

SkipBeat said...

Hahahahahahahahaha! Just finished reading the excerpt from Allegiance of Honor - hence, laughing like a lunatic.
I cannot wait for the release of the book.
June... ugh! Counting the days.
Now, I'm gonna go try find something interesting to read until its release.

library addict said...

I enjoyed Piper J Drake's Extreme Honor (True Heroes #1). It was my first book by her (loved the dog!).

I liked Coleen Kwan's Fireworks at Midnight, the first novella in her Seredipity series. I also read the second one, All Work and No Play.

I would put the lastest JD Robb, Brotherhood in Death, firmly in the top half of the series as a whole. But it wasn't an instant favorite for me.

Enjoyed Shannon Stacey's latest Christmas novella, A Fighting Chance.

Currently reading Carla Negger's The Spring at Moss Hill (Swift River Valley #6).

So all in all a good reading week for me.

Anonymous said...

The hobbit
And
Little women

Anonymous said...

I am reading Gini Koch
She has 12 books in the Alien Series
if you start at number 1 and like it keep going
all things continue from book to book

ladyreadsalot66 said...

Brotherhood in Death by J.D. Robb. I love how she keeps us vested in the characters by allowing them to grow. I also enjoy it when Roarke makes small missteps (proof this man who looks like a fallen angel is human - fictional but human!!) Also never laughed so hard as during the doll scenes (Nora teased about these on her blog so I am not spoiling).

Also rereading all In Death books which really shows how much her characters have grown. Awesome!!

Anonymous said...

I also read Brotherhood in Death. It was great. I'm so impressed that 40-some books into the series, Nora Roberts still has twisty and fascinating plots for each book. And I loved all the Mr. Mira parts!

Sarah M.

Anonymous said...

I read the German version of " Rock Addiction" and I am excited to read the next book with Charlie and T- Rex ;)
And in the moment I am reading "Frost Burned" (Mercy Thompson series) from Patricia Briggs. Really, it is so much fun to read the books of the Mercy Thompson series! :)

Anonymous said...

I've just finished reading all eight of the guild hunter series.. I think the seventh and eighth books were my favourite.. Naasir truly is an enigma. But I worry for Illium (please don't kill him off, or any of the seven for that matter).
I look forward to the next book x

Joy said...

I re-read The Wilds by Donna Augustine, and then read book 2 which just came out - The Hunt. Great series so far! I love, love the main character -she's "all in" with everything she does.

Sherri L. said...

I read spider game by christine Feehan and reread archangel's consort by you know who :)

Anonymous said...

Read Brotherhood in Death by JD Robb. I loved it. I agree with others in the post it's interesting how much the characters have grown...especially Eve and Roarke. The doll room section in the book is creepy. I agreed with Eve about how weird to have that many dolls. My favorite part of the book is with Eve and Dennis towards the end of the book. I won't go into it since I will spoil it for others who haven't read it yet.

Patricia S

Anonymous said...

Reading king's exile, by William Culbertson.
Is the first of 3.
Very good so far

Anonymous said...

I´ve just finished rereading the Rock Kiss series and now I´m in Regency Time. After that I think I have to decide :-( between Guild Hinter or Psy/Changeling

Anonymous said...

I read Spider Game by Feehan and Brotherhood in Death by J. D. Robb. Enjoyed both of them I also re-read Samurai Game and Viper Game by Feehan and reread the last few Robb books.

Alice E.

Anonymous said...

BROTHERHOOD IN DEATH loved it especially the office redo argument and Eve and Mr Mira. Also the creepy dolls ha ha.

Anna said...

allegiance of honour - love it! i actually read it through the night and only finished when the birds were singing, but it was worth it! brilliant and moving and i need my own changeling or psy (i'm not fussy) riley is sooo hot! but then so is riaz, hawke, lucas, judd, walker, kaleb... i could go on all day :) thank you nalini for another book to love an cherish!