Shame On You (Fool Me Once)
Archives for February 2014
Dark week is live and kicking here, going by today’s list. 😉 I’m a bit “darked” out, though (I’ve been in dark-read mode all week), so after I’m finished Hero (dark read!), I’m thinking… rom-com next? There are definitely a bunch of genres below to taste-test.
But even more than that, what I really want is to fall head-over-heels with my next book boyfriend. I want to be in deeeeep, like how I am with “Travis“. And Kellan. And Dex. And Christian. I’m still searching for and missing those 3-day love fogs. Come to think of it, i’m missing the 1-day love fog, so here’s hoping my next read puts me there. *fingers crossed*
Looks like this is “Dark Week” for me. I dunno how that happens sometimes, ’cause right now I could use a dose of swooooon and giggles and bossy-but-sweet alpha male. But it looks like that book I’ve been waiting on has just gone live on Amazon, so I can’t resist. Remember that one I mentioned a week or so ago? Where he’s a known “hero”, but by the blurb, it sounds like he kidnaps someone?
Yep. That one. I read this synopsis about a month or two ago, and had a total blurb-jolt. And then… author sent me a copy. *bites nails*
Her Master’s Courtesan (currently unavailable on Amazon, so the author is temporarily giving away free copies – however I’m not sure for how long she will be doing so...). This author has posted this on her Facebook page:
Lily White: “As promised, I’m giving away copies of Her Master’s Courtesan to any and all of you who would like to read it. Since HMC has been banned on Amazon and I’m continuing the series, here’s your chance to read book one. All you have to do is click the link, follow the instructions and your book will be delivered to you.”
Kathy: You will love them!!
Nikki: Has anyone read Meant to be by Laramie Briscoe…loved this one.
About book #1:
Single mother. Laid off factory worker. Drug runner for the Heaven Hill Motorcycle Club.
When Denise Cunningham is served with foreclosure papers on her birthday it’s the last straw in a long line of bad luck. Sitting and crying about things has never been how she solved her problems, but this time she decides to do just that. A phone call interrupts her pity party and changes the course of her life forever.