I've read some really great books this week. I've been horrible about posting reviews and need to do more, I know. As much as I've loved the books I'm reading I've just not been able to get in the review typing mode. I'll be better soon, I swear.
I started my week off with Lover Enshrined. You all know my opinions by now and if you missed that just go down one post and all will be revealed. If you've never read the Black Dagger Brotherhood series then shame on you! (except you Sarai!)
After seeing all the talk about Josh Lanyon and his Adrien English Mystery series on Lisabea's blog I felt compelled to read the books: Fatal Shadows, A Dangerous Thing & The Hell You Say. This was my first foray into the M/M Fiction (well, full-length, I've read shorts) and I loved it. The mysteries were great, JL kept me guessing through most of the books wondering whodunit. I loved Adrien - he's funny, sarcastic, good looking (supposedly like Montgomery Clift - yeah, baby) and he has this dialogues with himself that I just love. His serious love interest throughout the series is Jake Riordan. Ah, Jake. I love Jake, but yet...I want to slap Jake. Let's just say it's an ongoing relationship that runs through all of the books and they just need to be together - forevah!! Great books - I highly recommend them. I can hardly wait for the next in the series - Death Of A Pirate King
The next was a short from Shiloh Walker (RAW author) Drastic Measures. It was a nice short story and a good distraction
Manhunting by Jennifer Crusie was up next. I love Crusie's work and have read almost all of it. This one didn't disappoint. The main characters were down to earth and easily likeable, the story was funny and quirky and I loved it.
On the recommendation of a friend I read Lacey Alexander's Voyeur. It was an erotic story of Laura Watkins who has writers block. She goes away to a friends cousins house in Colorado for R & R to see if she can rid herself of this block. The owner of the house, Braden, is checking out the house on his webcam from California and see's Laura pleasuring herself. What follows is hot, hot, hot. I liked this story and the "relationship" between Laura and Braden...it was a good read. Just be warned if you don't like a ton of sex, don't read this book! lol
(FYI - Lacey Alexander is aka Toni Blake who wrote Letters To A Secret Lover that I liked so well)
Last but not least was Unsung Hero, Book 1 of the Troubleshooters series by Suzanne Brockmann. This is the first book that I've read by Ms. Brockmann and it was great. I loved Tom and all of his so called paranoia. I loved Joe and Charles and their quarrels, their flashbacks and their friendship. I liked heroine Kelly, but she just got a little annoying after a while. If you haven't read this put it in your TBR. Thanks Shannon! :)
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