Wednesday, October 19, 2011

W...W...W...(18)


W...W...W...Wednesdays is a weekly meme MizB of Should Be Reading

To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…
• What are you currently reading?
• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?



So, here's my answers:
*Click on the covers to read excerpts/learn more.*
What are you currently reading?
Too Wicked to Wed by Cara Elliott. Oh my. This is intriguing. I just started reading it and let me tell you, that heroine has got spunk and isn't afraid to speak her mind. Totally refreshing. No simpering miss here.
What did you recently finish reading?
All About Seduction by Katy Madison. This first half of the book turned me off but by 62% of the galley, I finally came to amend my feelings. The anticipation and the build up towards the relationship that both the hero and heroine deserved paid off. It just didn't seem right and very icky that the elderly husband of the heroine tried to force her into having extramarital relations to conceive a child to carry on the family name and business. I still shudder at the thought of what she had to go through during her marriage. Review coming soon.

A Vampire for Christmas by Laurie London, Michele Hauf, Caridad Pineiro and Alexis Morgan. What a great way to start the Joyathon season. Christmas came early this year, in the form of 4 deliciously angsty fanged men. I'm slightly partial to Christmas themed historicals and this was my first Christmas themed paranormal. On top of that, it was an anthology. It's like 4 pieces of sinfully decadent peppermint bark. Read my review here.

A Novel Seduction by Gwyn Cready. Take one snobbish book critic who sees romance books as a waste of time, a boss who makes her write an ode the genre, an ex boyfriend as the model for the accompanying article photos and you've got a hilarious, snarky sounding read. I'll be hosting Ms. Cready on the blog later this month. You can read my review here.

Deliciously Sinful by Lilli Feisty. Read this in one sitting. This is my first Lilli Feisty book and it's HOT! Take a small town girl, a Hollywood chef, plop said chef into small town, add a whisk, chocolate pudding and oranges, and you've got a recipe for some hot loving. I will never look at the food mentioned in this book the same way. Ever again. Look out for my review later this month.

Bound in Lingerie by Gina Gordon. This was the first book that just didn't do much for me. I do like my erotic books and there were definitely erotic elements in this novella but I just couldn't get into it. Read my review here.

Then Came You by Vanessa Devereaux. This was a sweet story about a cowboy and the woman he's been pining for the last 2 years. I liked it, but it just didn't leave me breathless. And I will never look at juice the same way ever again.



What do you think you’ll read next?
A Winter Scandal by Candace Camp. Ah, tis the season for holiday themed romance. A baby left in the manger, a woman bent on having the father claim the child and the said father denying it. Sounds like a recipe for a season of miracles and love. And maybe a bit of a laugh. My first Candace Camp book.







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