Greetings and Salutations!
I’ve discovered that trying to get your kids in bed/asleep and working on blog posts is not something I should do at the same time. Yeah, I know…it seems so apparent that it can’t work, but I thought I’d give it try anyway. Nope, not working. So – another post with no links – sorry! 🙂
The first book I finished this week…not necessarily the one I started first…was Heart of the Hunter by Tina St. John. I started another book but remembered the TBR challenge and read this one really quickly. It was ok. You can see the review a couple of posts back.
Charlie’s Bargan by Evangeline Anderson was next. Strangely enough the man in this story was considered “alien” but since it was sci-fi and they were already on another planet, did it bother me like the book below? Not at all. huh. Pretty good short erotica story. The wording on a few things was odd, but hey – it’s sci fi.
Finished Season of Strangers by Kat Martin (the first book I started…see above). Review below this one. Alien Abductions – all I’m sayin.
My love affair with Suzanne Brockmann’s Troubleshooters continued with Breaking Point. Oh my lord I loved this one! Just so good. I really love how she follows up with characters from previous books and there’s always 3 or more stories going on at the same time. Loved it.
Mistress to the Beast by Eve Vaughn…funny name. Modern day beauty and the beast. It was ok. Not great, not horrible. Silly trivia…my grandma’s maiden name was Vaughn and I always thought if I ever wrote books (which will never happen) that I’d want my pen name to be Vaughn. Now do I have to think of a catchy first name that starts with a J? 🙂
Lastly…Lover Eternal by J.R. Ward. Ok, I know this is like the 3rd time I’ve read it but it was calling to me! lol I just love this story – so stinking good. Simple parts of the book just get to me. Rhage in Mary’s house after their date and she tells him he’s really good friend material and he’s so floored…in a good way. Or when John Matthew’s having dinner with Wellsie and Tohr for the first time and Wellsie automatically gives JM the bowl of rice with the ginger. He’s so moved that they understand him, and his stomach is full for the first time in his life. I won’t even mention the end that tears me up every time. Yeah, I’m a sap. Love this book!
What have you been reading this week?