Friday, April 29, 2016

Friday Book Club

Time to talk books! What are you reading and loving this week? Go!


library addict said...

I read Kat Latham's One Night with Her Bachelor (Wild Montana Nights #1/Bachelor Auction #6). I liked the romance, just had a few issues with the rest of the plot. Looking forward to the rest of the series.

I also read Christine Feehan's Fire Bound (Sisters of the Heart #5/Sea Haven #12). I liked the hero and heroine both individually and as a couple, but also had issues with other things in the plot. I would still recommend it for fans of the series.

And I plan to start Texture of Intimacy tonight in my annual complete Psy/Changeling series reread. It's one of my favorites so looking forward to it.

Anonymous said...

Eidolen by Grace Draven, One Fell Sweep serial chapter by Ilona Andrews, Ring Of Fire IV by Eric Flint, The Grantville Gazette VII edited by Eric Flint, Assessing Survival by Viola Grace, the arc of Dragon In Exile by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller, Sorry, Charlie by Dana Marie Bell, and a few nonfiction books. Here's to living in Real Life this upcoming week!

Anonymous said...

Fire bound by Christine Feehans

Evie said...

Mariana Zapata - The Wall of Winnipeg...not my usual PRN..its sports romance about rugby altough there isnt much of sport talk.I am from Europe so I really dont understand anything about the game, wich should probably put me off, as well as a fact that it is a sport romance, BUT holy hell that slow burn romance was quite awesome...and right now I started re-read of Demon Guardian by Meljean Brook aaaand waiting for One fell sweep by Ilona Andrews

Anonymous said...

Finally I am reading "Archangel's Enigma".

And words can' t really describe what I am feeling.

Such a great story! I love both Naasir and Andromeda although I wasn't sure whether I would like her before reading.

And that Alexander is awake now! It's going to be more exciting!!!
I fear I will die because of excitement.

The only thing I want to do now is reading "Archangel's Heart"!!!

And I hope there will be much more books! Much much more books!