Thank you, thank you! Just bought my 3rd copy of Slave to Sensation. 1 hard copy for me, one hard copy for my daughter and a soft copy for me as cataracts prevent me from reading my hard copy at this time.
ahh nothing fun. School started this week so it's all theology, philosophy, and social theory. The first week is always the hardest.
Finished my older romances kick (I read one book per year published in 2000 going back to 1984, most of which were category romances which have been in my TBR pile for years *cough*decadeortwo*cough*). Sadly nothing really stood out this week though. I'm excited to start Veronica Scott's Sector series sometime today. First up is Wreck of the Nebula Dream
Finally made the time to read my ebook copy of One Fell Sweep by Ilona Andrews. I had followed it as a serial online but needed that completeness of a single book plus Ilona promised the story would be a bit more filled out and it was. In all the right places! The original version was awesome but the added details just made me sigh and smile (more romance, more action and more history). They even tied this story back to a snippet story they had done years ago about how Dina's parents met.Love these characters and the world they inhabit!!
Re-reading All for the Game series by Nora Sakavic the best series I've ever read it surpasses all the other books honestly and love that there's diversity and complexity in it which is lacking in books, there's not enough of it.
Siren's Song the third book in Ella Summer's Legion of Angels series.Re-read Allegiance of Honor and Archangel's Shadows.P.S. Question: Which newsletter is the story about the little homeless girl who finds one on Aodhan's small bronze statues and later get rescued from a mugger by Elena in? I save my back issues of the newsletter, but I can't find the story now. :( Thanks
'Small fairy tale'' and it was in the November 2015 newsletter Alecia
Found it! Thank you!
Changer's Daughter by Jane Lindskold as a reread. It used to be called Legends Walking. Working on Chosen Soul by Heather Killough-Walden.
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