Friday, May 13, 2016

Friday Book Club

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

9 comments :

Anonymous said...

Reading Trouble Maker by Linda Howard. Not as good as her earlier books but still it is by her .... so can still read it ...

library addict said...

Up to Secrets at Midnight in my complete Psy/Changeling series reread.

Anonymous said...

The Pathfinder's Way by T. A. White (enjoyed a lot despite needing some clean up) and City of the Lost by Kelley Armstrong (OK; I like the Cainsville series better).

Barb

Jen said...

Just finished re-reading Dark Horse and Dark Deeds by Michelle Diener...waiting for the third in the Class 5 Series, and I HATE waiting. Now, re-reading the Psy/Changeling series after I turned on a friend to them and I've been having discussions with her on the world and all that jazz, plus, new one coming soon!

Rowena said...

Just finished reading Bonds of Justice (LOVED Max and Sophie) and now I'm almost done with Play of Passion. Drew is so full of yum and Indigo is awesome but I'm so stinkin' anxious for Hawke and Sienna. I just know that I'm going to love them!

Anonymous said...

Re-reading On a Wicked Dawn by Stephanie Laurens while trying to *ahem* wait patiently for all the new books coming out soon. :)

Patricia S

Rosalie Stevens said...

Just finished the 6th book in the wishcraft mysteries by Heather Blake cute series

Andrea said...

Just finished Shadowbound by Bec McMaster, the first book in her new series. Pretty good!

Anonymous said...

Finished " The Shadows" of the Black Dagger series from J.R.Ward. It was really sad and nevertheless in the end very exciting.

I also finished "The Heir" of the Selection series from Kiera Cass. I really,really liked Kile and also the whole book!
But I got to know that Kile won't be the mate of the female protagonist.
Now I' m not sure whether I will be able to read the last and next book when my favorite boy don' t get the girl. This makes me so angry!
I am really happy that there aren't these kind of problems in our Nalini's books as we know in the most cases from the beginning on who will end up together.