what to read next?
All right, My Darlings, time to chime in again with your thoughts & opinions! img23
I’ve just finished Elizabeth Boyle’s Mad About the Duke & am in the market for something to read next. img37
Of course, I’ve got some titles already picked out as options…mostly because my choices are limited now that I’ve already packed & moved the majority of my TBR piles. I left only a stack of hardbacks behind, because A.) they take up more space than paperbacks when it comes to boxing & organizing, so the sooner I get through them, the better & B.) I can donate them afterward to a local library that lost its funding last year. It’s kind of a win-win when it comes to minimum reading time in the throes of The Big Move. img38
So here’s what I get to choose from…& what you get to steer me toward or away from. img17
A few of the same from last time:
Confessions of an Improper Bride by Jennifer Haymore
Up Close and Personal by Carla Cassidy
Passions of a Wicked Earl by Lorraine Heath
(Of this stack, I’m leaning toward Heath’s Passions, but am totally open to suggestions. img18 )
Plus a few new ones that have “magically appeared” during the cleaning/packing process img32 :
Redeeming the Rogue by Donna MacMeans
Heiress in Love by Christina Brooke
If You Deceive by Kresley Cole(this is part of a series or duo, though, isn’t it? which one is this & do I need to read them in order?)
What a Pirate Desires by Michelle Beattie
Ghost Moon by Heather Graham(the first in the series/trilogy, I believe, which would be a good place to start)
The Darkest Lie by Gena Showalter(the next one in the series that I need to read – convenient, huh? img21 )
All right, you’re up! img25 Time to scan your memory banks & your read-it notations—mental or otherwise—to help me decide which of these I should read next. I feel like I could start any one of these great-looking books, so I’m totally open to your feedback & urgings. Don’t steer me wrong, My Darlings…Mistress Heidi won’t be happy if you steer her wrong. img24
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cinnamon chaisson says:
definitely Ghost Moon or Darkest Lie, all the rest are super quick reads, these two are a little more “meaty”
On August 13, 2015 at 1:58 am
I like super-quick reads (which for me still tend to take a couple weeks…such a slow reader img10 ) but I like meaty stuff, too.
I’m familiar with Gena’s stuff & this series, but will I want to keep reading the rest of Heather’s “Moon” books once I’ve read “Ghost Moon”? img37
On August 13, 2015 at 11:38 am
Larena Hubble says:
Jennifer Haymore’s book is great. I loved that one. She writes wonderful books.
On August 13, 2015 at 2:50 pm
I haven’t read her yet & would love to check her out, which is why that one is so temping, too. img40
On August 13, 2015 at 7:15 pm
My go to reads are more along the lines of Showalter and Graham as I don’t read as many historicals as I used to. But if you are going for historical, I would say Heath’s Passions for me. img25
On August 13, 2015 at 4:13 pm
I don’t read as many historicals as I used to, either, but I’ve kind of been in the mood for them lately, which is why there are so many on the list right now. img44
But I do love a good one. Of course, I also love a good contemporary romp, romantic suspense, series romance of almost any kind… As long as it’s romance, I’m there. img29
On August 13, 2015 at 7:18 pm
If you Deceive is part of a trilogy but I cannot remember the order it came in. I did read them all and loved them.
Darkest Lie is a good one too.
On August 13, 2015 at 6:11 pm
I can always look it up online. img39 I’ve read Cole before, so I like her & know this one wouldn’t be a hardship. img16
Darkest Lie is the next one I need to read in the series, too, which is convenient…I just don’t know if I’m in the mood or not. If I picked it up & started it, I’m sure I’d *get* in the mood quickly enough, but you know how it is. img32
On August 13, 2015 at 7:20 pm
Mary Kirkland says:
Darkest Lie. I love that series and I loved this book so much. So yeah, read this one.
On August 13, 2015 at 6:31 pm
Strong recommendation. img17 Is it a stand-out book in the series for you? I’ve enjoyed them all so far, but a lot of times with a series, there will be ONE that I love above the rest. img37
On August 13, 2015 at 7:22 pm