I've been rereading this week. Reread Merline Lovelace's If a Man Answers the first book in her Men of the Bar H series. It still rather irks me how many scanning errors there are in so many of these old Silhouette/Harlequin Treasury digital releases. Currently rereading Eve Kenin's Driven (Northern Waste #1). Or I suppose to be technically correct I am reading the expanded, self-published version for the first time. It's been years since I read the original Shomi version, but loving it just as much as I remebered. She has a new novella out with the h/h from Driven called Frozen which is what prompted this reread (I haven't read the novella yet).I am really hoping this means we will eventually get Yuriko's book that was planned IIRC but never written/released when the Shomi line at Dorchester was closed. Fingers crossed.
I just finished re-reading all of the Psy-Changling series. I had mouth surgery, painful, and it suceeded in distracting me. (This is a real compliment!) I love the universe created, like the characters, the plots, the humour... I'm looking forward to the new Trinity series. I read the description posted here and thought Ah Ha! The head of the consortium deciding one of the people to be assassinated was the Mercanatile heiress, and realizing that must be the working out of that. Judd is my favorite character, and I hope he's in and out of the new Trinity series.
@Wenonah Lyon, hope you feel better soon. And +1 re: Judd.
I reread the GH Series and probably will start with " A Pirate for Christmas" by Anna Campbell (For Kindle readers it´s free till 01/17).
Busy with a move and holiday chaos so not a lot of reading. Did a reread of Born of Legend by Sherrilyn Kenyon and am currently working on Dragon Spawn by Eileen Wilkes.
Adored Dragon Spawn. Also screamed when it ended. Want the next one.
Devoured all the books in the Darkest London series
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