Friday, September 14, 2012

Friday Book Club

So many books, so little time! What are you reading and loving this week?

14 comments :

Cony said...

Hello from Germany,
after finishin Achangel´s Storm and How to drive a dragon crazy I started reading Silver Mine book tow of Takhini Wolves by Vivian Arend. So far nice read.
Have a nice weekend everyone!
Cony

\.Sabrina./ said...

Finished Shades of Grey early this week. Usually not the kind of book I would have read, but being a world bestseller I had to find out why so many people read this book and had to distract myself from waiting for the german release of Kiss of Snow (even though I also have the english version I promised my mum to not read it untill we could both read the german one as her english is not good enough to read the english book, loyality to the familie can be very much a torture when you can see the book on your bookshelf and can't read it ;-) )
Loved Kiss of Snow, this series is mesmerizing :)

Unknown said...

I read Dearly, Departed by Lia Habel but I prefer the title under which it was released in France: New Victoria. For now, it reads well. It is even quite exciting because I love female characters who do not follow the way of the Society, like, here, a nea-victorian society.
Greetings from France ^^

Scarly said...

Reading Twelfth Night for college and then ARCHANGEL'S STORM!!!!!! Really enjoying it!! :D

teriannesis said...

I am rereading the McGregor series by Nora Roberts, Daniel McGregor marries off three of his kids by tricking them into meeting someone, then he meddles in the courtship of his new daughter in laws brother. The flash forward about 30 years and he marries off 10 of his 13 grandchildren. He was supposed to marry off all 13 but Nora broke faith with her readers and never wrote the books. ( she was too busy writing single title books or trilogies to finish out that series) I am still steamed about that

Kate L said...

After reading a rec from the lovely ladies at Smexybooks.com, I downloaded On Dublin Street by Samantha Young this week and stayed up till 2 am to finish it.

Wowsa. Deadly combo of possessive alpha male hero whose willing to laugh at himself and a heroine who's good with the comebacks but has a dark past. Oh, and did I mention Braden's Scottish?

Joy said...

I've been re-reading Blade Song by J.C. Daniels, and I'm about to start a re-read of Mairelon the Magician and Magician's Ward by Patricia C. Wrede.

Diane said...

on the 6th book by Laurann Dohner, Tiger!

Sherri L. said...

Finishing up ArchAngel's Storm(Loving it). Then I don't know what I'll read next.

Anonymous said...

Been reading 1491 and 1493 by Charles Mann, Archangel's Storm, and Meljean Brooks's Iron Seas books.

Thank you for Archangel's Storm. The more I read it, the better I like it.

LuigiGirlNZ said...

Archangel's Storm by You, Riveted by Meljean Brook, How to Dance with a Duke by Manda Collins & Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.

Karen Marie said...

While waiting for the audiobook release of "Riveted" by Meljean Brook and "Archangel's Storm" by you I have found a very, very good series, which have reduced my book withdrawal for now - "Firelight" (1) and "Moonglow" (2), Darkest London Series by Kristen Callihan.

CourtneyLee said...

Finished Archangel's Storm (of course it was awesome), rereading a YA scifi called Psion Beta by Jacob Gowans, then I want to get Meljean's newest Iron Seas book.

Anna said...

I read and loved the dystopian erotic "Beyond Shame" by Kit Rocha. Now I want to try her Bloodhound books as Moira Rogers. Also loved the erotic thriller "Red" by Kate Kinsey. Very dark (emphasis on dark)and twisty!