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Books To Look For

Tuesday, March 22, 2005
This is just a list of ST books that I've heard about or read about or have been recommended to me. I'll add to it from time to time and keep it out of the archives. If I remember.

The Stone War by Madeleine E. Robins
My Warrior's Heart/The Enchantment by Betina Krahn
With This Kiss by Victoria Lynn
Home Killings and Minos by Marcos M. Villatoro
Mr. Impossible by Loretta Chase
Master of the Night by Angela Knight
Beast by Judith Ivory (to feed that B&B obsession)
werewolf stores by Keri Arthur
more anthologies
Wait for August when The Immortal Highlander by Karen Marie Moning comes out.
Divine Fire by Melanie Jackson
The Shadow Lovers by Liz Maverick
Accidental Goddess by Linnea Sinclair -- whenever it comes out from Berkley.
Hit Reply by Roxanne St Claire
The Shadow and the Star by Laura Kinsale
The Bourne Identity and The Bourne Supremacy by Robert Ludlum

The following portion of the list is stolen (shamelessly!) from Jaye, who snaffled it from her own sources.
1. Night of the Phantom - Anne Stuart (Harlequin American Romance #702)
2. Never Call It Loving by Gail Link (historical romance - medieval). Hero is definitely disfigured.
3. Shadow Prince (Contemporary) by Terri Lynn Wilhelm - hero disfigured - - but not too heavy with the sex though. Loved the story!
4. Texas Destiny by Lorraine Heath - Hero disfigured - Post Civil War Texas theme - does have love scene, but not overly sensual. Great book!
6. The Sweetest Sin by Mary Reed McCall
7. Last Man Standing by Wendy Rosnau (SIM 1227 - 6/03) -- last book of a trilogy
8. Captured by Victoria Lynne
9. The Lightkeeper's Woman by Mary Burton (HH 693 - 2/04)
10. Lair of the Lion by Christine Feehan. Deep, intense, dramatic, emotional...tortured h/h...she covers it all!!
11. A Rose in Winter by Kathleen Woodiwiss
12. TO PLEASURE A PRINCE by Sabrina Jeffries!!! Great beauty and the beast type of story, very sensual.
3/22/2005 05:48:00 PM : : Sela Carsen : : 1 Comments


Beast is awesome. Most people say that Lulu and Charles are spoiled brats, but I didn't see it. They were so true to the personalities that Ivory set up for them in the beginning that they were so real to me--especially the ending(which, oddly, alot of people don't understand).

But I'm in the midst of reading Mr. Impossible. It's quite witty and the hero is very entertaining.

By Blogger Temperley, at 3:54 AM  

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