Friday, June 24, 2016

Friday Book Club

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


Anonymous said...

My guardian by alanea alder

library addict said...

I liked Nora Roberts' Bay of Sighs.

Haven't had much reading time this week, but I'm rereading Allegiance of Honor with the time I do have.

Marie's Salon du Livre said...

Oh I'm still on "Allegiance of Honor".

Too much Soccer and too less time for reading.

But I love it so far and my favorite quote

"The Toy That Shall Not Be Named"

Have a nice weekend.

Anonymous said...

Been doing some re-reading this past week. Just finished re-reading Rock Courtship since Abe's story is coming out next month.

Read One Fell Sweep Chapter 8 part 1 on Ilona Andrews' website. Their blog keeps me on my toes. One moment there's a new OFS chapter. The next is about other things.

I signed up for Thea Harrison's newsletter so I was able to read Dragos meets Stinkpot. Another story that came out in yesterday's newsletter is Camping with Tiago. It was a wonderful snippet.

Starting to read Warrior's Rising by Linda Winstead Jones. This is the sequel to Blood Born which she co-wrote with Linda Howard.

Patricia S

ladyreadsalot66 said...

Rereading Allegiance of Honour (have already noticed neat things I missed with the first devouring). Just finished One Fell Sweep chapter 8 pt 2 (Ilona Andrews). I am also planning to check out some books and authors Ilona recommended on a blog earlier this week.

kelticat said...

A reread of Archangels Enigma, Ilona Andrews OFS, Alyssa Day Tiger Eye mysteries, and Sherrilyn Kenyon Born of Legend.

dsayless said...

right now am in the middle of J.R. Ward's the Beast, also reading Lorraine Heath's Lord of Wicked Intentions & also rereading Nalini Singh's Archangel series on my kindle...& Ms Singh i LOVE your books!!

Unknown said...

Dark Planet Warriors, by Anna Carven. I've read the first book, which is broken into three parts (I don't know why), but I loved it! I'm currently reading the third book, Into the Light. I love that the heroine is strong and compassionate.