Friday, August 05, 2016

Friday Book Club

The fantabulous Friday Book Club is now open! What reads are you loving this week?


library addict said...

I'm a bit behind on the Cavanaugh Justice series by Marie Ferrarella. Read book #30 this week, How to Seduce a Cavanaugh.

Kathy Martin said...

I just began The Queen of Blood by Sarah Beth Durst and am enjoying it so far.

snapdragon said...

Devoured Heart Strike by M.L. Bushman -- really enjoyed it.

Started on Map of Bones by James Rollins and Night Ranger by Alex Berenson

Anna said...

Spent every free moment today reading No Good Dragon Goes Unpunished by Rachel Aaron, the third book in her Heartstrikers series. Sooo good! :)

Anonymous said...

On recommendation by Ilona Andrews read A Duke of Her Own and Three Weeks with Lady X by Eloisa James. I liked them both, but A Duke of Her Own I liked better.

Now I'm re-reading Archangel's Enigma. Love Naasir.

Patricia S

Amy said...

I have been reading and rereading books by both Grace Burrowes and Nalini Singh. I also have read all but one of the Survivor series by Mary Balogh.

Anonymous said...

Inga`s reading list:
Have been rereading "Sunshine" by Robin McKinley, brilliant as ever. Started with the Essex Sisters by Eloisa James, quite good so far. Read "Illusion Town" by Jayne Castle. Love the dust bunnies ;-)!

Anonymous said...

Ilona Andrews latest Innkeeper series is really popping at the moment.

Have found Lindsay Burokers' fallen empire series and am reading through the current run of 5 books. Its SciFi but that description doesn't do justice to what you find. Fallen Empire, failing rebellions, Cyborgs, genetically engineered humans with awesome mental powers, magic mushrooms and chickens in space. You gotta try it!

kelticat said...

Ilona Andrews OFS and Scion of Ikshvaku by Amish. Latter book is a version of the Ramayana up to Sita's kidnapping by Ravana.

Tanika said...

I just re-read the Throne of Glass series a month too early.
So now I'm looking for something nice like a good mix of action, fantasy and romance.
Something like the Guild Hunter series.
Any suggestions?

Anonymous said...

Rock Redemption
HP and the cursed child
Great kitchens of Midwest by j Ryan steadal
Charmingly yours by Liz talley
When books went to war by molly