Latest Bargain e-Books & Reader Recommendations – October 17th 2014

by Maryse on October 17, 2014 · 153 comments

in eBook Deals

HAPPY Friday my friends!!! :D Here is today’s latest list of new book bargains, new releases and new reader recommendations.

In fact I have one from this week (Bait), that I can’t wait to start (because it totally blurb-jolted me) and just as I thought… readers are telling me it WILL tear my heart out. YAY ME!!! Since it’s release it has come HIGHLY recommended. There’s even a support group. LOL!

AND AND!! I have a bunch of HIGHLY anticipated pre-orders below. Like… books from Aleatha Romig, Jasinda Wilder, Darynda Jones AND one that is totally “new-to-me” but when I read that blurb, I EEEEEPED! —> Sociopath: A Dark Romance by Lime Craven <— I’m on it! Er… as soon as it’s released, that is. :P Here are a few parts of the blurb just to give you an idea:

If you could read my mind, you’d probably call me perverted. Unnatural. Manipulative. But I’ve learned to blend in, to be funny and charming. A predator in a designer suit…

and then!!

… I never meant for this to be a love story. I fought it kicking and screaming, the same way Leo fought me. Now we’re bleeding into each other, making a mess. A chaos. There’s no control here. And what do monsters like me do when control leaves the building?

We attack.

Oooooooh. eek What is THIS?!! Sure sounds right up my dark alley!

BUT FIRST! —> I am happily reading (just started) book #2 (Harder) which comes after “Deeper” (<— that I 5-star LOVED!) You know I love a book when I immediately jump into it’s sequel. And sure… while it’s not “bargain priced” it appears to have just dropped in price over the last day or so, so I think it fits as a “sale” notice, and I one-clicked it. :D

P.S. Let me know if I’m missing any or if you loved any (from this list or elsewhere).

P.P.S. Also, while these bargain finds and new releases “look” great (and/or have awesome reviews and recommendations), unless I have my own personal review link next to it, I likely haven’t read it myself… I just found it and wanted to share it in case it’s awesome. So if you read it, let me know if it’s awesome. LOL! :D

NOTE: bargain priced when I added them, but prices can change on Amazon, so make sure to check before you finalize your order.

Todays latest reader recommendations and bargain ebook finds:

  • Left Behind by Vi Keeland <— JUST RELEASED!! Total blurb *jolt* for me… and the blurb ends on a very cool “dun dun dunnnnnn!!” feeling…) *whoo* I wonder what the twist is!! “Two stories so deeply intertwined, you’ll think you know how they intersect…but you’ll be wrong….” and then… “…he filled a void I never knew was possible to fill. He had to be my fate. My destiny. Until the day I finally found out who my sister was…and how twisted fate could be.
  • Escorted by Claire Kent <—- OH YES!! I loved this one (SHE hires an escort…). Thanks Chrissy!! (P.S. Here’s my review of Escorted)
  • Bait by M. Mabie <— This is the one that sounds like an incredibly angsty love triangle mess, that I’m anxious to start. Making a mess of some of our fellow readers (many love it, some… not so much… but I’m still intrigued):

Rachel: Uhhhh…it’s 2:12am and I was exhausted at 8pm, so it’s pretty safe to say you’re gonna like Bait.  I’m about halfway and already need some support.

Rebecca: I’m definitely going for M. Mabie’s Bait, her previous book Fade In (about a television comedy writer going blind) is in my favourites of 2014 list.

Toski: DONE. I had to eat a tums after, if that tells you how I feel right now.. OMG. Just. OMG.

Rachel: Finished Bait.  It was everything I wanted.  Beautiful, well developed cast of characters, glorious ache, brought out all kinds of feelings as I read.  My only complaint is that it needs some editing (some pretty obvious grammar mistakes and misspelled words).  I would not consider the ending a traditional cliffhanger.  It may or may not end in the way you want or expect, and it ends with a promise of more, but it felt like the end of a Batman or Spider-Man, where it’s mostly wrapped up with just a hint of what’s to come.  The problem is, you’ll likely want more right away.  I can’t wait to hear what you think, Maryse.  I loved it.

  • Fight for Her #1: MMA New Adult Romantic Suspense (Uncaged Love) by J.J. Knight <— JUST RELEASED FIGHTER BOOK with a ton of great reviews already! “After a brutal cage match that sent me to the ER, Maddie took off across the country. Six months pregnant. She left to have my baby as far from me as she could. No more violence, she said. No fighting…
  • Raven’s Seduction (The Pleasure Pros Book 1) by M.T. Stone <— JUST RELEASED!
  • Wolf at Her Door by Liliana Rhodes <— JUST RELEASED!! “Heather isn’t an immortal wolf shifter like Callen is, she’s human. Whenever Heather is reborn Callen searches the world to find her and make her fall in love with him again…
  • Southern Rocker Boy (Southern Rockers Book 1) by Ginger Voight <— JUST RELEASED!! “Enter music executive Graham Baxter, who offers them both a way out…by competing for a recording contract they both need. Now if only they can fight the intense chemistry that keeps them locked in battle, when they’re not locked in each other’s arms, that is!
  • Breathless Night (The Breathless Series) by K Aybara <— JUST RELEASED!!”Luke Roberts was your typical wild and crazy guy, intimately getting to know each of the girls at his local bar and quite often starting fights over them. Going home with a different one each night of the week until he started spending too much time with his best friend’s girl…
  • Forever Love (The Forever Love Series) by Chelsea Landon & Megan Smith <— JUST RELEASED!! “Chelsea Landon and USA Today Best Selling Author, Megan Smith, bring you two novels that weave a web so intertwined and elaborate that while one breath is being stolen, another is aching for the next – demanding to unravel what they’re holding onto, all the while, another is struggling to let go.
  • Was it Good for You Too? by Naleighna Kai <— JUST RELEASED and sounds like quite the angsty love story. Kind of unique… ’cause… “…her high school sweetheart, Delvin Germaine, now an Oscar-winning actor, lands on the bus at the last minute, and the heartthrob spells certain trouble for Tailan. Years before, the couple complicated their lives by bringing another woman into the relationship to bear Delvin’s children. When threatened with losing the family he always wanted, Delvin felt he had no choice but to marry the surrogate and send Tailan packing, in spite of the fact that he loved Tailan like he loved no other woman…” BUT!!! She’s got a secret…
  • Wild by Adriane Leigh <— “They have the perfect non-relationship–passion-fueled nights with no strings attached–until life gets real and the past and present collide in a dangerous storm of lust and obsession.”
  • PLAUSIBILITY by Jettie Woodruff <— MichelleS is getting a *squirmy kick* out of this one: “I just have to say Oh. Em. Gee. I have butterflies in my stomach and a touch of “potential” anxiety. I downloaded the sample for “Plausability” by J Woodruff. Pretty much hooked in a couple of paragraphs. I’m already nervous and fidgety. It’s going to be uncomfortable and push ALL the limits of what I will read…. but I’m going for it. Wish me luck. Will report to the crew when it’s done!!!! EEEEEEK!” and Laura says: “Michelle u will love plausibility it’s so good normal crazy for jettie but great story!!”
  • Hate: A Love Story by Laurel Curtis <— bringing this gorgeous cracked heart cover back, ’cause Kristy just finished and loved it. “oh my lordy it was spectacular!! I’ve never read a book that made me laugh out loud so much. The banter is amazing and I’d read the book just for her interactions with her Gram even if there was no love story involved. Of course there is and it’s a great slow burn with a touch of angst! Read it and read it soon Maryse!!”
  • The Suit (A Holly Springs Novel Book 1) by B.N. Toler <— recent release that’s on sale today! “She thinks he’s arrogant and a white-collar yuppie. He thinks she’s a simple, goody two-shoes farm girl.” And… he’s forced to temporarily move in with her…
  • Izzy Moffit’s Road to Wonderland (Road to Wonderland Series Book 1) by Victoria L James <— NEW RELEASE that I missed a few days ago, so Chrissy brought it to my attention. Thanks Chrissy!! From what I gather of this blurb… two sisters finally escape their abusive home and venture into adulthood together but… “Dodging as many bullets as they can along the way, Izzy tries to hold on to Paris’ hand for as long as possible without either one of them slipping away. But no-one ever told them how rough their journey would be. No-one told them that friends and family would change or leave along the way. And no-one told them that for every good intention they have, there’s a thousand people out there with bad ones, waiting to rip them apart.”
  • BLYSS: The Blyss Trilogy by J.C. CLIFF <— Paula recommends this one: “Anyone read Blyss by J C Cliff? Really good and couldn’t put it down!” Sounds a bit crazy!! “…sparks fly when their separate worlds collide. She is Nick’s ultimate obsession, and he will stop at nothing to own her. When Travis, Nick’s right hand man, lays his eyes on the prize, all hell breaks loose. He should know Nick is playing for keeps, and while Julianna is fighting for her freedom, a lifetime full of secrets and twisted perceptions slowly unravel as Julianna gets caught in the fray.” Ruh roh.
  • Gage (The Barringer Brothers) by Tess Oliver <— recent release that I missed a few days ago, and it already has tons of great reviews. Can be read as a standalone. He wants to buy a bar but… “But there is a five-foot-four, brown eyed, obstacle in his way…”
  • Perfect Match (The Matchmaker Series Book 1) by Kathy Love <— Another recent release that I just missed, and from an author that I LOVED (love!) from back in my paranormal days! Single father moves to town with his daughter to get a fresh start… “…he soon finds himself repeatedly running into Franci, first as his daughter’s daycare teacher, then as his landlord. And it’s getting harder and harder to ignore his attraction to the sweet, thoughtful and sexy woman.
  • Regretfully (Sinfully Series) by Leighton Riley <— Just released!! From the blurb, I’m getting that he’s grieving the loss of his wife and child, and her best friend is there for him. “She tries to help him move forward by befriending him but quickly realizes that there is more…”
  • Lord of the Fading Lands (The Tairen Soul Book 1) by C. L. Wilson <— Bargain priced and HIGHLY loved by our resident paranormal and fantasy book lovers, MichelleS & Fabi. Michelle says: “…best Fae book ever, hands down…” but warns “If you are not in a epic-fantasy mood,  I wouldn’t pick it. They are not stand-alones. It’s a commitment, for sure.” and Fabi says: “I’ve started MichelleS’s great recommendation, Lord of the Fading Lands.  Can not put it down!  Great fantasy book.”
  • Smoldered (The Electric Tunnel Book 2) by Rachel Blaufeld <— JUST RELEASED and sounds good!! Hardened owner of a strip club… “Asher keeps his big heart tightly guarded with everyone but Sienna Flower, his friend, business partner, and headliner. Until, that is, the night he runs into his childhood friend, Natalie Parker. While trolling a rival strip club, perusing their offerings for his own personal pleasure, he collides with his past. Coming face-to-face with a woman he only knew as a girl, he’s shaken when he finds the dark-haired beauty in a precarious position. Now all grown up, she’s a hardened soul who reminds him of where he came from, and stirs within him the need to protect yet another woman…” (and she’s a single mom).


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{ 153 comments… read them below or add one }

Tessa October 17, 2014 at 12:19 PM

Seventh Grave is next week? Yeah! :-D

Maryse, after Harder and Bait, you should read Degradation. It’s definitely your type of book, angsty, jerk type hero, and a little more. I can’t seem to get you to join the Fallen Crest bandwagon, (though they are as YA as Cruel Intentions was). Degradation will make you laugh, curse and break your heart. It was that good!

Beverly A. October 17, 2014 at 12:21 PM

Hate: A Love Story by Laurel Curtis was really, really 5 star good.

Shell October 17, 2014 at 12:28 PM

This last week there have been soooooo many great releases and seriously my 1-clicked button must worn out by now. No of unread books are increasing like no body’s business, but I am going to stop everything as soon as I have ‘Sociopath’ and ‘Insidious’ on my Kindle, I just can’t wait to read these two books.
I am reading ‘left Behind’ and ‘ Beneath The Scars’ at the moment and absolutely loving both the books.

Jean October 17, 2014 at 12:53 PM

Wow too many books these last two weeks! 1-clicked Fight for Her because you all know I’m a sucker for the MMA fighters! Hate and Bait are both looking great (yes I had to make them rhyme)! Lol!! Was it Good for You Too and Gage are making me squirrelly too!!!

Amy October 17, 2014 at 12:56 PM

Bait is finally working for me. I guess I had trouble with it initially because things happened so fast right away and I prefer the slow, burning buildup, but it has me now. And I’m counting on the gut punch that has been described by others ’cause y’all know how much I love that. ;)

I’m starting Harder next, and Left Behind was looking pretty tempting for after that but then I saw Was It Good For You Too and BA-BAM!! No reviews for it yet but I’ll gladly be the guinea pig here and read it. Why does that cover make me want a big glass of red wine?

Amy October 17, 2014 at 1:04 PM

Jean, I love reading MMA books, too, and I really enjoy watching UFC but let me tell you, watching the sweaty, slobbering guys grappling at the training center I work out at gets realllllll weird when one faceplants into the other’s crotch…and stays there ’cause he can’t move. Awwwwwwkward. :?

Laura October 17, 2014 at 1:11 PM

I’m still on my highlander books I’m on no5 so love them!!! So I can’t read anything yet!!!! Buuuut if ur going to throw plausibility by jettie woodruff up there u need to put all for maddie by jettie aswell it was amazing to!!

Paula White October 17, 2014 at 1:20 PM

La la la – not looking at this list – it cost me a fortune on Tuesday! ooooh look at that…click…click oh dear…

Jean October 17, 2014 at 2:13 PM

Oh Amy, haha, I have no words for that comment…. except maybe ewww! Finishing Bold Tricks this afternoon (at least then I can say I completed a series…so far it’s anticlimactic) and then starting Harder tonight!

Milissa October 17, 2014 at 3:12 PM

Maryse I read Bait and u and I usually have the same thoughts on books.. Let me just say I wanted to punch the female main charter in the face. Are maybe Bitch slap her and she does get bitch slapped. And it ends in a big ch. I wanted to throw that book across the room.

Linda October 17, 2014 at 3:46 PM

OK Maryse since I have no self control with my one click addiction maybe you could be a doll and go on a hiatus for a just a short while!!

Linda October 17, 2014 at 3:48 PM

I don’t think even borrowing a book Dom could intimidate me at this point!! I’m too far gone!!! X

bev October 17, 2014 at 4:10 PM

Staying away from Bait. I read some reviews and afraid it would just make me angry, lol.
Jean I was going to go for the MMA but it looks like it is one of four.

Jean October 17, 2014 at 4:37 PM

I know bev, and it’s only 93 pages, but next one comes out next week….looks like a serial!

So glad that you are all as out off control as me when it comes to 1-clicking!

Cheryl October 17, 2014 at 4:49 PM

This week has had so many books that make me want to one-click. Love Ginger Voight but think I’ll wait till her new series is complete. One-clicking Left Behind, Escorted(read the review and I’m intrigued now), and Was it Good For You too. Plan on starting Deeper tonight, though.

Rachel October 17, 2014 at 4:59 PM

I’m starting Deeper as soon as I can get over my Bait hangover. Don’t be scared, ladies! Toski, who also follows Maryse and is on the recovery FB page, said Bait is the love child of Thoughtless, Avoiding Commitment, and The Opportunist. So if you like those kinds of books, you’ll probably love Bait. I still don’t think the ending was a total cliffhanger. I one-clicked a bunch from Tuesday’s list, so I need to get over my hangover soon! :)

Cheryl October 17, 2014 at 5:45 PM

Holy Hell that’s quite the love-child-scary angst ridden love child!!

MichelleS October 17, 2014 at 6:25 PM

I’m still working on Tuesday’s list and now it’s “happy Friday” time? I’m going to need wine…… and cheese…… and maybe Nutella…. yea, Nutella for sure…….

Fabi October 17, 2014 at 8:37 PM

Wine cheese and Nutella sound perfect

Amy October 17, 2014 at 8:47 PM

MichelleS! Pass that wine (hopefully a red!) and cheese over here, and if the Nutella is in the form of a sausage then pass that, too!!! Oooooh, I’m so mad at Blake from Bait! SO mad. Ugh!!! Maybe Casey’s POV is playing into it, but dangit I’m p!ssed at her. *grabbing glass of wine*

It’s not really as angsty as I thought it would be, but there is some there. I guess I would say for me there is more…I don’t know, trepidation maybe? I’m more irritated than anything at the h. *snort* Yeah, if you want to call her that.

bev October 17, 2014 at 9:10 PM

Now I know for sure that this book is not for me. I the heroine aggravated Amy then I do not want to know how I’d feel about her.

Maryse October 17, 2014 at 9:58 PM

Ohhhhh Amy and I are often on the same page, angst-wise and bad-girl wise… So I am curious as to your overall evaluation…

Maryse October 17, 2014 at 9:59 PM

I’ll gladly have some wine, cheese and Nutella too. Can we have some crusty French bread with it?

bev October 17, 2014 at 10:15 PM

Please add the bread, Maryse. I love cheese and I love nutella but the thought of you all eating nutella on cheese with a chaser of red wine ……well….kind of…..blech.

Cheryl October 17, 2014 at 10:54 PM

Oohh, not sure about Bait, I have in my mind the Opportunist when you’re talking about how you don’t like the h.
On a different note I started Deeper, and I am enjoying it…please pass the wine :)

Fabi October 17, 2014 at 11:00 PM

That’s what was missing! Crusty french bread. Good call Maryse. :-)

Linda October 18, 2014 at 2:21 AM

Just finished Escorted in the wee hours of the morning!! Really sweet emotional story. Couldn’t put it down.

Rachel Blaufeld October 18, 2014 at 8:50 AM

Thank you Maryse!
Honored to see Smoldered included on this list

bev October 18, 2014 at 9:24 AM

Getting started on my errands and house cleaning early so that I can get to Red Fox. I shall finish it today.
BTW after the posts from last night all I can think to put on my shopping list is brie.

Maryse October 18, 2014 at 10:45 AM

Tess I want to read that Stylo Phantome series!!! It does look so good.

Maryse October 18, 2014 at 10:46 AM

Shell Beneath The Scars is the one that got my attention last week isn’t it. Good you say? YAY!! Okay let me know when you finish.

Maryse October 18, 2014 at 10:47 AM

LOL Amy and Jean. I doooo love the MMA guys… in books and in real life! ;)

Yah the faceplants though… definitely some weird positions that they find themselves in. ;)

Maryse October 18, 2014 at 10:50 AM

Thank you for the rec Laura!! Underestimated freaked me out!

Maryse October 18, 2014 at 10:51 AM

LOL Paula and Linda!!!!!

Er…. sorry? Haha. :P I’m in the same boat my friends.

Maryse October 18, 2014 at 10:52 AM

YAY Cheryl!! Escorted is very good. It’s not the be-all-end-all of books, but I remember being completely satisfied with my read. Just thrilled, ya know?

Maryse October 18, 2014 at 10:53 AM

LOL Bait is gonna be a maryse-mind-mess I’m sure.

Maryse October 18, 2014 at 10:57 AM


Amy. Sausage. I love that. Nutella in the form of sausage well… *mind blown*

Maryse October 18, 2014 at 10:58 AM

bev… blech… but I still wanna do it. hahaha

Tracy October 18, 2014 at 10:58 AM

I had planned on starting Deeper last night but one clicked Deviant last night because it was free and just finished it! Zeth ! Wow! Now I’m side tracked. It’s noon and I’m still in bed. Errands? Laundry? Do I gotta?

Maryse October 18, 2014 at 10:59 AM

Mmmm… brie.

And Havrati. I really Havarti. Like REALLY.

Amy October 18, 2014 at 12:03 PM

Maryse, do you remember when MichelleS (I think it was her?) posted a link to a recipe for a Nutella “sausage” a while back? *That’s* what I was craving last night. ;)

Speaking of Havarti, have you ever tried dill Havarti? O.M.G. I’m not the biggest fan of dill, but that cheese is absolutely heavenly. Make a grilled cheese sandwich with dill Havarti, tomato and artichoke hearts (*not* marinated but the ones in brine) on some type of crusty bread and – dare I say – cheesegasm!!!!! :D

Oh! A quiche with Brie, smoked ham and scallions…man, you ladies have me in the mood to cook today!

MichelleS October 18, 2014 at 12:11 PM

Amy – that was the, now infamous, Nutella Salami – which was posted due to yet another thread that lead to “salami” talk and “nutella” talk – because Maryse is weirdo like me who grew up eating this stuff for breakfast!! But it us no joke that I am headed to the store for brie and french bread…. sounds too good to pass up. And on a side note of BOOKS….. I am loving Plausability. Definitely “Forbiddeny”. Ha that Captive in the Dark feel. Different storyline – but enough similarities to make the comparison. You should be mad at him. You should be a little sick. Why am I pulling for him. I’ve said this line so many times….

Amy October 18, 2014 at 12:29 PM

Okay, so, Bait…most of y’all know my angst tolerance, and this one I would rate as low *for me*. Like I said before, it was more trepidation than anything, and that was mostly for Casey (the H). I know that a lot of people disliked Keira in Thoughtless but I never did…I understood her “thought process” even if I was frustrated with her at times. But with Blake (the h in Bait), she just p!ssed me off most of the time. Maybe that was because I had Casey’s POV and as such knew what he was going through, but I think it also stemmed from just not having a connection with Blake.

For me, it was one of those books where I was just reading it, not “experiencing” it. I can overlook the editing issues (holy crap, that book had some of the worst errors I have seen), but the flow of the story and telling more than showing just kept me from ever really becoming invested in it. I *did* want to find out what would happen, so it had me in that sense. As far as a cliffhanger, I would say it is more of a setting up for the next book, and to be honest I just don’t care what is going to happen with Blake. That’s how p!ssed I still am at her. And Casey…dude, take your balls out of Blake’s purse and put them back on. Seriously. Your man card is in jeapordy of being revoked.

DON’T let my opinion sway any of you though…there are plenty of people who seem to really like it, and my standard for this type of story is pretty high with books like Thoughtless, Arsen and 53 Letters to My Lover. Not really fair to other books, but there it is. M’kay, I’m done now. ;)

Maryse October 18, 2014 at 1:08 PM


I love your mini review Amy!!! And even though I haven’t read this one yet, I “understand” what you’re saying. I’ve experienced very similar issues with books that have SO much potential but just don’t get me “there” ya know?

I did buy it, so I’ll give it a taste-test for sure. ;)

Maryse October 18, 2014 at 1:10 PM


That sounds PERFECT!!! Of course I’m finishing Harder but boy do I love “forbiddeny” and pulling for the bad guy. YAY! Keep us updated.

Maryse October 18, 2014 at 1:11 PM


I am TOTALLY gonna have that this weekend. That sandwich sounds like perfection. I LOVE grilled cheese sandwiches in any format, but that sounds all gourmet and stuff. YUM-MY!

bev October 18, 2014 at 1:29 PM

Amy both of those sound so good. But think may go simple and like Michelle brie and bread or maybe crackers. And now I want salami with it, lol.

Fabi October 18, 2014 at 1:54 PM

All my favorite foods. I so seldom run across people who have the same tastes as I do. Making me want to hit a fancy restaurant this weekend.

Amy October 18, 2014 at 2:11 PM

Yes, definitely give Bait a shot. I started it after reading HTKARockstar and Deeper, and you know how incredible books like those can affect what you read next.

Nutella salami!! That’s what it was, not sausage. Although, now that Bev is mentioning regular salami I want some of that, too…or prosciutto. And artichoke hearts! *giggle* Everything sounds good right now. ;)

Amy October 18, 2014 at 2:17 PM

I’m about 25% into Harder now and already gettin’ the feels. *sigh* Why, West, WHY?? Was that *really* necessary??? I was about to turn off my music and start reading again when this song popped up on my playlist…how fitting for them…

Fabi, finding ladies with similar tastes in so many things is one of the many reasons I love about coming here. :D

Fabi October 18, 2014 at 2:17 PM

That’s what I want. An antipasta with prosciutto, salami, artichoke hearts, black olives, a selection of cheese and and, French bread. :-)

Wouldn’t it be cool if we could meet for a late afternoon munchy and book talk?

Fabi October 18, 2014 at 2:22 PM

Wine, did I forget to mention the wine? Well I didn’t forget to think about it. Haha

Then maybe Tiramisu or Italian cheesecake with an espresso for dessert, to beat off the wine sleepies.

Ok…who’s in?

bev October 18, 2014 at 2:25 PM

Fabi now I want olives but green ones. Love the almond stuffed ones.
Ok now to check out the song……..and as Michelle S said hate his truck.

Laura October 18, 2014 at 3:24 PM

Michelle if u like plausibility please please read all for maddie after its the same because God u really really shouldn’t like him at all never!!

Amy October 18, 2014 at 3:51 PM

Oh, Fabi…you’ve done it now. You just had to throw in the Tiramisu. Bring some Kalamata olives and I am in!! Oooh, and hummus and pita triangles.

Laura, is All for Maddie the one after Plausibility?

Tessa October 18, 2014 at 3:57 PM

Finished Left Behind. The big shock for me is it is a YA, so it was lacking the angst and intensity I was hoping for. It was cute, and I liked it, but more for my niece than me. *shrugs*

Cheryl October 18, 2014 at 4:05 PM

Amy, “balls/purse” *snort, laugh*

Fabi- I’m in! Craving cheese, bread, nutella and of course wine. Now back to Deeper…

Cheryl October 18, 2014 at 4:07 PM

Amy, love the song and so fitting- “I want you so bad, I’ll go back on the things I believe.”

bev October 18, 2014 at 4:11 PM

The song does fit West well.

Laura October 18, 2014 at 4:16 PM

No Amy it’s just another one of jetties lovely put together mind f**ks *sighs*

bev October 18, 2014 at 4:36 PM

Speaking of songs and because I’m curious what was the last song you listened to?
For me it was just The Broad Majestic Shannon by The Pogues.

Laura October 18, 2014 at 4:45 PM

Mines bev was zombie by Jamie T

Michelle October 18, 2014 at 5:09 PM

I was feeling the PNR itch for this weekend and am reading Dark Light. I think you recommended this one to me Amy and I love it so far – Dorian is smoking for sure! I might have to go right into the second book which is suppose to be super angsty :D

Also want to get going with the Charlie Davidson series since I’m behind and want to catch up for the new book release. This series is awesome and you can’t go wrong if anyone is looking for something paranormal. Picked up Conjuring Darkness by Melanie James which is only .99 and has amazing reviews. Never read this author before but it sounds different if anyone was interested.

Tessa October 18, 2014 at 5:11 PM

Thanks Michelle! Got it, and I’m so glad since it goes away in fifty minutes. It’s worth a try. :D

Michelle October 18, 2014 at 5:18 PM

Doesn’t it sound good Tessa? I’m excited to try it out especially after reading some of those reviews!

MichelleS October 18, 2014 at 5:21 PM

I seriously went and bought wine, brie, french bread, and salami, and a pear…. I already have Nutella and will slather that on the french bread for dessert. God, everything sounds so good – the olives, the hummus! Man – one of these days we will do book bash together- we’ll have to get shirts so we recognize each other! ha! Back to Plausability. Loving it – but it’s pushing 4.5 stars right now. There are some plot elements that are not needed and distracting me.

Wait! Laura – are you done with all the Highlanders now? That was you, right? Adam Black baby………

Fabi October 18, 2014 at 5:27 PM

Ladies, ladies, after all the food talk I had to go to World Market. Holy **** we had salami, procuitto, olives, 3 kinds of cheese, 3 kinds of bell peppers, an assortment of berries, French and Italian bread and Red wine. I. Can’t. Move. Tiramisu and espresso will have to wait till I can roll off this couch.

Only way it could have been better was sharing it with y’all and conversation about all these lovely books.

Now back to my smutty read, Hunted. What can possibly go wrong with 6’6″ gorgeous oversexed aliens? Ha!

Fabi October 18, 2014 at 5:28 PM

Lol Michelle we were writing almost the same thing at the same time. I swear my mother says I don’t have a twin.

MichelleS October 18, 2014 at 5:52 PM

Fabi – you’re still reading the Brides of the Kindred series? heeheehee – I stopped after the twins! It did have it’s moments. The wacky animals that they travel on in the ship…. you enjoy your alien sex and I will swoon over the ‘forbidden / raised as siblings, he’s 7 years older and controlling as all get out, and a drug lord’s son and a trainer of young women to be chattels’ – you know, the usual light Saturday reading around here.

Laura October 18, 2014 at 5:53 PM

Michelle I just finished the one before Adams book!!! I will be starting it tomorrow I’m liking him a bit more now but I’ve loved them all so glad u told me what they were!! Buuuuut it also means I’m almost finished :( not good! At least I have harder to read after though then we will be close to the night owls new release!! But I will miss my highlanders oh well at least I have one right here at home although he doesn’t wear a kilt or have long hair but at least he’s got the accent down! I’ve also noticed since reading them I’ve been telling people to haud their weesht a lot more lol

bev October 18, 2014 at 6:06 PM

Lucky Laura, lol. I never heard that song so had to YouTube the video. Very fun and disturbing and appropriate for the season.

Fabi October 18, 2014 at 6:09 PM

Yes Michelle, I’m on #2. I’m figuring one more of these at most. I assume the twins are next.

Oh Laura you crack me up. And I’m a little jealous of you having your very own highlander. Lol so bad of KMM making us women all over the world want one of them too. hahaha

Laura October 18, 2014 at 6:19 PM

Bev it’s on here just now all the time that’s why it’s the last song I listened to lol

Fabi don’t be to disappointed believe me I don’t think I’ve ever come across anyone like KMM describes i should maybe go visit some castles lol no the closest we will get is Gerard butler in a kilt and he looks better in his 300 garb

Jean October 18, 2014 at 8:44 PM

I can’t believe what a different feel I am getting from Harder. I went from loving West to wanting to slap him upside his head!!

Cheryl October 18, 2014 at 9:22 PM

Jean I agree. I read that part you were talking about Amy- stupid, stupid West, although in his head he thought he was doing the right thing. It seems the roles have reversed in Harder and West is now the insecure, self-deprecating one and Caroline is the strong one!

Amy October 18, 2014 at 11:17 PM

“…it’s just another one of jetties lovely put together mind f**ks” <— LOL!!! So, in other words it's my kind of book, Laura? ;)

Michelle, book 2 (The Dark Prince) is crazy angsty!! I swear my tummy was trying to eat itself during that book and my heart had the crap pummeled out of it. And don't skip the novella Nikolai…love that guy, too.

Yummy food talk, gorgeous oversexed aliens, hot guys in kilts and "harder" guys we want to slap upside the head…just another day on the boards here!!! :D

MichelleS October 19, 2014 at 8:21 AM

I finished Plausability last night. Trying to give it a rating. I am thinking 4 stars? It had serious potential though. What I liked: that “Captive in the Dark” feeling, but it wasn’t sustained throughout the book. There was a definite part one (which I liked) then a part two (which kind of dragged) and then somehow everything gets wrapped up fairly quickly and neatly at the end. 4 stars for potential and for some definitely great parts. It felt like it was written in spurts. The feelings it invoked were inconsistent. But I may give her other books a try.

Laura October 19, 2014 at 9:08 AM

Oh stupid Laura!! I’m on Adam blacks book and this is me just putting together all the crossovers in the the fever series!! Oh now I want to go back to shadowfever and cross reference things!!

Cheryl October 19, 2014 at 9:42 AM

Just finished Harder. I’m not sure if I liked it less than Deeper or that I just thought Deeper was a more consistent story. Felt like I was tied in knots the first half of Harder and then it just got easier. Also, not sure about the ending of Harder and if I want more. *yeh, yeh Amy I said harder and more!*

Have no idea what now to read…

Jean October 19, 2014 at 11:01 AM

Cheryl, I finished Harder too and have the same feelings you do. And I didn’t know what to start next either, but decided to go back to my TBR and am reading The Vixen and the Vet….I love the hermit guy scenario!

bev October 19, 2014 at 11:47 AM

Harder definitely has its own feel.
Jean I thought the Vixen and the Vet was a pretty sweet story. Do not like the title though. I’m curious to hear your thoughts on a certain scene. About how they deal with something that happens.

Amy October 19, 2014 at 12:45 PM

*snort* Cheryl doesn’t know if she wants more harder… :P

Cheryl October 19, 2014 at 1:05 PM

You don’t disappoint Amy!! ;)

Jean, think I’ll look at my tbr for my next read too…

Jean October 19, 2014 at 1:13 PM

I’m at 50% of The Vixen and the Vet and it may just be a little too sweet… Haha! Think I’m going to need a really good mindf$%k or angsty read next…..suggestions anyone?

bev October 19, 2014 at 1:42 PM

Jean have you read Push yet? I have to admit I just read the prologue and the epilogue, lol. Went uh-oh and put them down, but maybe with the sequel coming out need to try again.
EIT has an edge to it and I’m enjoying them. How long it is taking to read is on me not the books. Perry and Dex so far are definitely not too sweet.
Monster in his eyes was really good too. Have not hit the sequel yet.
If you have not been spoiled Gone Girl is crazy good.

bev October 19, 2014 at 1:52 PM

I was thinking a historical after Red Fox but now may go for the sequel to Aftermath.
I have mentioned it before but was recently reminded of it so here it is again. Flowers From The Storm by Laura Kinsale. This book is so so good you guys. So many feels with it. Many of you have probably read it since it is pretty popular book in the romance genre. It is just, I think, a great read to curl up with on a fall day. One of those you wish you could read again for the first time.♡♡♡

Jean October 19, 2014 at 2:15 PM

Thanks bev! I have Push and Monster in His Eyes already downloaded, but Push has been really high on my radar and I think Maryse loved it too!

Laura October 19, 2014 at 2:16 PM

Jean…… All for maddie jettie woodruff beautiful mind £&@k All the way through ur thinkin no we cannot forgive him we cannot!!

Tessa October 19, 2014 at 2:31 PM

Bev, you honestly make me feel old. Lol. I read Flowers From the Storm years ago when it came out. It was pretty good, and detailed, but not my favorite. My favorites from that time was Catherine Coulter, (Omg, Night Fury was insane!) Johanna Lindsey (James Mallory is still a top ten bbf), Mary Jo Putney, Bertrice Small, Jude Deveraux, Julie Garwood… *sighs* So many good historical in my teens.

Fabi October 19, 2014 at 2:47 PM

Tessa, I read almost every one of those authors too (in my younger days). Back then, those were considered “forbidenny”.

Fabi October 19, 2014 at 2:50 PM

Jean, Push was freakin amazing. Bev, I cannot believe you read the beginning and end of it. That would ruin a book for me. I can’t even handle small spoilers and don’t read reviews until after I’ve read the book. I only glance at the star ratings.

bev October 19, 2014 at 3:10 PM

Tessa read them in my teens too. I should not be making you feel old.
So FFTS was just not on my radar until I read a lovely little post on it at H&H. After I read the book I went back and re read the post. Ill try and post link but let me say, WARNING SPOILERS WARNING SPOILERS. This is what made me read the book.

bev October 19, 2014 at 3:25 PM

Lol doesn’t look like it linked any way. Sigh.
I should be reading and all I want to do is get a large coffee and go book browsing. Books on my radar: Tapestry, Riding Dirty, The biscuit queen and Outcome. Just when I think I have the one click beat. Holding strong for now…..

Laura October 19, 2014 at 3:49 PM

*sniff* I’m on the last highlander book I may cry at the end just because it’s done

Jean October 19, 2014 at 4:13 PM

Laura is All For Maddie a standalone? OK bev and Fabi, I think Push is next!

Fabi October 19, 2014 at 4:17 PM

Laura I felt exactly the same when I read that series. And the thread that weaves through Fever series was just so, ugh, idk, not enough. It’s one of the reasons why I sort of root for the McKeltar in Iced. (Sorry I probably spelled the name wrong, I don’t have perfect recall like Michelle does) It’s been years since I read that series. One of the greats no doubt.

Fabi October 19, 2014 at 4:18 PM

Ummm Jean, when is the sequel to Push due out? It had a huge friggin ch. Just fyi. But an awesome book.

Fabi October 19, 2014 at 4:28 PM

I was going to dive into some of the YA in my tbr next but this talk of Push is making me want to pick up where I left off with Vain. Another awesome read with a huge ch. The difference is that all the Vain books are out now and sitting in my Kindle app.

So many books, never enough time.

Fabi October 19, 2014 at 4:34 PM

I had to one click Undeniable at its bargain price. Ugh I hate it when I get squirrelly about what I’m reading.

Laura October 19, 2014 at 4:41 PM

Yes all for maddie is stand alone

Fabi I haven’t even gotten as far as shadowfever so may pick up after I’ve finished with the highlanders!! Have u not read undeniable yet fabi? Omg it’s one of my top series the 1st biker series I read and the best it’s so raw and gritty if u haven’t read it u must!!

bev October 19, 2014 at 5:05 PM

Fabi you haven’t read it? I’m still not sure how I feel about that book, lol. I read it in one sitting but I didn’t like anyone in it. But if you are looking for different and gritty this one is it.
Outcome is on unlimited so finally decided to do the free trial.

Jean October 19, 2014 at 5:06 PM

Fabi, I think the second one is out already! Thanks Laura!

Undeniable, awesome!

bev October 19, 2014 at 5:14 PM

Jean Pull the sequel to Push doesn’t come out until November I think.

Fabi October 19, 2014 at 5:42 PM

Looks like I’m going to get completely sidetracked from what I was planning on reading when I finish my current because I haven’t read Undeniable yet. It’s on my Kindle now. So many of you are crying “read read” and I think I’m in the mood for something bad, unlikable characters and noir type of setting. :-) sheesh I sound deranged. I must add, “in books”! Like some of the weird movies we watch, weird books are cool sometimes too. :-)

Michelle October 19, 2014 at 5:45 PM

Hey Bev, is the book you mentioned Aftermath by Cara Dee? That’s the second or third time I’ve seen it mentioned recently and was curious. The one I see looks M/M?

I went right into Dark Prince Amy and ohhhhh god it’s killing me already…in a good way ;) I will have this one devoured by tomorrow for sure – I’m stopping to watch Walking Dead and then right back to it!

Michelle October 19, 2014 at 5:53 PM

Oh Fabi you for sure need to read Undeniable – it’s crude, drama filled and loaded with alpha male jerks.

Amy October 19, 2014 at 6:26 PM

Michelle, just wait until a little after the halfway mark…that’s when the *real* angst kicks in. It’s been a little while since I read it, but my gut still gets twisted when I think about the last half of that book. *clutches tummy*

Undeniable…loved that book! :D It was my first MC book so it took me a bit to adjust to that theme, but I love the series now.

bev October 19, 2014 at 6:34 PM

That’s it Michelle. Aftermath is the first in a series. The second Outcome just came out. They are m/m at least these two. Maryse has a review of Aftermath.
Walking Dead! I read that Carol turned badass in the premier.

bev October 19, 2014 at 6:39 PM

Fabi no reviews at all? So if you haven’t read Deeper you’d just look at Maryse’s star rating but not read the review?

Fabi October 19, 2014 at 7:06 PM

Right Bev, I might (or might not) skim the blurb. I trust Maryse’s reviews but I won’t read Amazon’s for fear of a spoiler. The last few months all my reading has been from recommendations you ladies are mentioning on this blog as well as Maryse’s lists.

Even when I have the occassional dnf, I won’t go read the ending. If I stop, I never look forward. Most dnfs I go back to at some point and force a finish. Only a handful in the thousands I’ve read that are truly dnf for me.

But, again, I like the story to evolve as the author meant it to without any sneak peeks at what’s up ahead.

I’m the same with movies. I won’t watch one unless I can start from the very beginning and I won’t get up from it, unless I can pause it, until it’s over.

Funny though, I’m not ocd about anything else in my life. Only my escape literature or movies.

Fabi October 19, 2014 at 7:10 PM

I don’t know which Aftermath y’all are talking about, but the one by Denise Swank is m/f, NA. Really good book.

Fabi October 19, 2014 at 7:11 PM

Never mind, I see now you’re talking about Cars Dee’s book. I haven’t read that one.

Michelle October 19, 2014 at 7:24 PM

Bev, Carol was sooo badass and the reunion with the group made me tear up – sounds like you didn’t watch yet so I won’t spoil it but the ep was excellent! Ok Aftermath by Cara Dee – I’m in the mood to push myself into some m/m so I’m going to check it out this week. My library has Flowers from the Storm too so I put it on hold to try.

Amy October 19, 2014 at 7:44 PM

Are we talking about Walking Dead?!?!?

Just sayin’. ;)

Amy October 19, 2014 at 7:47 PM

Oh, and if you realllllly love Daryl…

*I’ve* loved him since Boondock Saints. :D

bev October 19, 2014 at 8:23 PM

Amy I LOVE Daryl. Honestly he is such a great and interesting character. Also, Norman Reedus just seems like a nice guy especially about his very ardent fans.
This is a list I thought was cute about how he is not just a hero but a romance hero.
If it links, lol.

Michelle I can’t wait to see what you think. The premise is so unique.

Fabi not even blurbs!?! Wow I couldn’t.

bev October 19, 2014 at 8:24 PM

Boondock Saints writing that down.

MichelleS October 19, 2014 at 8:50 PM

For some reason, I picked “Hate: A Love Story” as my next read. I am 41% into it. I haven’t read a book with this much ANGST in a long long time. Amy – this has your name ALL OVER IT. Not just that, but her 77-year-old grannie is totally Amy as a grandma!!! And her hilarious banter is what is keeping me from being a blubbering mess. My throat hurts from getting so choked up. I can’t even imagine what else is going to happen. Anyone else reading this one? Man…… angst-alert!

MichelleS October 19, 2014 at 8:52 PM

Fabi – you haven’t read Undeniable? I would put that at the very top of my favorite Motorcycle Club books. Really, really gritty though. But I won’t ever forget it. Did I say really gritty? Ookay – you’ve been warned!

Amy October 19, 2014 at 10:04 PM

“…Amy as a grandma.” <——- Now THAT is a scary thought, LOL!!!

I one-clicked Hate the other day, but now I *know* I have to read it soon. ANGST in capital letters?? Oh, I am so on it!!! Thanks, MichelleS!! :D

Fabi October 19, 2014 at 10:08 PM

MichelleS I’m finishing up Hunted shortly. So the question is, do I go on to the twins’ story which I assume is next. Or do I move on to Undeniable. I’m not sure I’ll come back to the Kindred brides once I move on. I keep thinking the twins is gonna be good.

bev October 19, 2014 at 10:52 PM

MichelleS is that a thumbs up? I know I read the blurb but can’t recall what it’s about. Maybe I’ll stay in the dark and at some point do a Fabi and read it blind.

Amy October 19, 2014 at 11:42 PM

Okay, I know it’s not book related (when has that stopped me before though, right? ;) ) but it was mentioned earlier so…the last minute of the Walking Dead. That was just wrong!! SO wrong. Wrong on so many levels. I can’t even… Just NO. Wrong. And it wasn’t even zombie related. Anyone have something I can bleach out my mind’s eye with?? *shudder*

Now how the &$%# am I supposed to figure out what to start reading?? Oh wait…it’s time to start EIT!!! Anyone else starting it this week with me?

Laura October 20, 2014 at 2:17 AM

Don’t say anymore about the walking dead!!!! Ep 2 doesn’t air here till tonight so we haven’t seen it yet. Haud yer weesht lol

MichelleS October 20, 2014 at 7:40 AM

Bev – it’s not a thumbs up yet….. let me finish before I go there for sure. Let’s just say that the author put every single thing including the kitchen sick in there to make you ANGSTY. Then she tries to lighten the mood with grannie. Which helps. But boy is it angsty!!! I can’t say anything for fear of spoilers.

Fabi – I stopped Brides of Kindred after twins’ book. I squirreled away from that one a lot, but, in general I have a hard time with the “twins sharing the girl” theme. In all my series, those are my least favorite. Have yet to find one that is done well. Hey, there’s a topic…. Twin Love Books Done Well…. snicker…..

MichelleS October 20, 2014 at 7:43 AM

Fabi – so I guess my answer would be move on to Undeniable. It’s not one I would re-read, because it is just shy of disturbing – but I loved it and it stayed with me….and I read al the follow ups stories, which I loved too. It’s the polar opposite of light reading. But I know you are not put off by that!!!

Fabi October 20, 2014 at 9:30 AM

I started Undeniable last night and finished it this morning. I slept two hours. Hard to describe how I feel after finishing that book. For about 3/4 of the book I kept thinking I’d read it before. I finally went to look at the publishing date and decided there was no way I could have read it less than two years ago and not remembered it more. But the story had this familiar feeling for me throughout. *shrug* It didn’t stop it from being overwhelmingly addictive. I couldn’t put it down from the time I started it till the time I finished it. I’m going to call it a five star because it was so well written, so well edited and the plot moved so skillfully that it deserves that rating and more. I don’t think I would call it angsty. I’d probably call it high octane. The later works better for me than the first. But it is certainly not a feel good book. I kind of freaked out a little about halfway through when I realized it was the first of a series. Thank God it had an ending. I could not have handled a cliff hanger in this book. I don’t think I’ll be continuing the series any time soon. I can only handle books this intense in small doses and infrequent time intervals.

I decided I am going to go ahead and move on to Sought. The third book in the Kindred Brides series. I read the blurb and saw that they will be going to the Scourge home planet. Kat is also sick and traveling to the twins home planet with them. It sounds deep, but it isn’t. :-) I consider these light reads. The sex is overdone and skim worthy, but that points more to my jadedness than the author’s talent.

Undeniable was a perfect fit in between these. It riled and roiled my emotions between books that don’t.

bev October 20, 2014 at 9:55 AM

Wow Fabi I’m impressed. This series is definitely one I read in small doses and far apart. Did you like the heroine? I feel like I was supposed to, but just could not. And can’t even with Deuce,lol.

Jean October 20, 2014 at 9:56 AM

Fabi, the Undeniable series is awesome… Each book gets better and better so I hope you go back to it when you’re in the mood!

Amy, I want to start the EIT series with you! When are you starting?

Amy October 20, 2014 at 10:04 AM

Laura, I won’t spoil anything for you on WD, just be prepared for that last minute or so. I’m still all twisted up about it. And poor Carol and Tyrese, trying to deal with what had to be done last season. *sigh*

Speaking of disturbing scenes, I was just thinking about a vampire series I read a couple of years ago when I was obsessed with PNR that had one of the most difficult scenes for me to read…I’d dare say even more so than Tied Man. No kidding. It’s the Dark Secrets series by A.M. Hudson, and you have to have an open mind while reading it otherwise the writing style and characters can get pretty irritating, but her writing improved tremendously as the books went on. I’m pretty sure the series is still continuing, so yet another one I’ll have to catch up on at some point.

Anyways…I actually had to take a break in the middle of reading that one particular “event” or else I was gonna have an anxiety attack. Gah, that was brutal. And disturbing. Yeah, definitely more disturbing than TTM, if you can believe it. :?

Amy October 20, 2014 at 10:05 AM

Jean, I was going to start EIT this week. You in?

Jean October 20, 2014 at 10:13 AM

Yep I’m in. I’ve had the series downloaded for so long!

Fabi October 20, 2014 at 10:36 AM

Bev, while the characters were all well developed and lacked nothing from a literary sense, I didn’t like any of them except the lawyer. And maybe the work like is a bit too strong. Again, superbly developed plot and characters, but not ones you think “oh I want to meet them” or even “I don’t want to leave their world”. Definitely left an icky feeling, even after the epilogue. BUT, still a 5 * read.

Laura October 20, 2014 at 1:45 PM

I need the manatee!!!!! I’ve finished the highlander books noooooooo what am i going to do?! How am I supposed to read anything else *sniff* maybe I should just read fever again :(
Fabi undeniable is just one I cannot get out of my head the whole series is, what I get from it is damn these people have sometimes the worse life ever but somehow still manage to get past it and have a somewhat normal one …. Sometimes

Laura October 20, 2014 at 1:58 PM

Can I just say after my tantrum which lasted all of 5 minutes I’m now calm again we’ll sort of because now I’m EXCITED!! Because of this:

4 more books of fever 4!!!! Any trying for next year oh and I haven’t even read iced!! Why oh why am I so behind on everything?

Cheryl October 20, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Amy & Jean, I’m on that EIT bandwagon- just tell me when!! :) Probably good, because I was unsure what to read after finishing Deeper and Harder. *the titles just make me smile,snort*

bev October 20, 2014 at 4:29 PM

I’m so so happy. Just walked out of the library with the biggest smile on my face hugging War for the Oaks. I LOVED this book and am hoping the magic is still there. I’m seriously making goo goo eyes at it, lol.

bev October 20, 2014 at 4:32 PM

Amy, Cheryl, Jean you ladies will probably over take me in a day.

Laura Iced is wonderful!!

MichelleS October 20, 2014 at 5:21 PM

Laura – i put off reading Iced for way too long thinking there was no way I would want to read about Dani…. I was so so so wrong. I LOVED it. That lady can just plain write. She made me love Dani and be totally okay with three guys lusting after her spazzy little 14 year old self. I KNOW!!!! Only KMM …… read it…. you won’t be disappointed. And the young MacKeltar is in it, so you get a little Highlander fix too.

Laura October 20, 2014 at 5:22 PM

Oh Amy just watched walking dead was almost sick oh that was bad!!!! I thought he had been bitten before that?

Amy October 20, 2014 at 6:11 PM

Right, Laura?!? I think he *had* been bitten before that which was why he went outside. Wonder what that means for “those” guys? ;) Oh, that was so awful. *shaking head*

Bev, are you talking about EIT? ‘Cause I think Jean went all turncoat and is reading something else. Yeah, I said it, Jean!! :P

bev October 20, 2014 at 6:43 PM

About over taking me? Yeah. I’ve stalled at Red Fox, the second one. No reading time and then got distracted. They are good and I do want to get back on them.

Cheryl October 20, 2014 at 6:56 PM

Jean went turncoat?? *looking above- yeh she said something about Push*

When do you want to start Amy?

Amy October 20, 2014 at 7:06 PM

Yeah, she did. And I’m acting like a toddler over it. *giggle*

I’m starting Darkhouse tonight. :)

Cheryl October 20, 2014 at 7:55 PM

Darkhouse it is!! ;)

MichelleS October 20, 2014 at 10:01 PM

You guys are reading EIT?? Woo Hoo. I loved that series. But I didn’t love it right away. I needed a couple of books to love it. And if you’re hoping for any kissy kissy smut – there’s none of that in book one! That’s not a spoiler right? It’s perfect for Halloween / October. Creepy and cool. Dex will grow on you. I looked up Dex and Perry on You Tube and there’e this cool couple that does little skits as them. It’s pretty much how I pictured them! So funny.

Laura October 21, 2014 at 2:15 AM

Amy I hope he did get bitten serves them right but still ew

Michelle I was thinking the same about iced because it’s not Mac do I want to read it? But I will but I think I need to break away from it for a bit or I’m going to start thinking faerys are coming and making machalos! I also agree with u about EIT I didn’t really like it all that much to start but I am a scardy cat and fyi Amy I know u need smut soon in a book these don’t have anything really till about book 3/4? But then u get it lol

Cheryl October 21, 2014 at 2:45 PM

I have to wait 3 books for some loving in EIT?? :(

Did you start reading Darkhouse Amy?

Jean October 21, 2014 at 2:52 PM

Cheryl, you can get the loving you are looking for in Push…. just sayin! Lol!

Amy October 21, 2014 at 2:59 PM

Wait, what?? I thought there would be some lovin’ in the second book!

Don’t start, Jean…just don’t. I’m not reading Push yet. :P

Fabi October 21, 2014 at 3:21 PM

btw Jean, you get that same, naughty and dark feel from Vain. It’s a completely different plot but similar scary darkish feel to it.

Jean October 21, 2014 at 3:31 PM

Fabi who is the author of Vain….I may have it already but I remember there were a couple books out with that title.

Fabi October 21, 2014 at 8:17 PM

Jean, Deborah Bladon is the author of the Vain series.

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