Well it was a good week this week if very tiring. The girls going back to school threw me for a freakin loop. Getting up 45 min. to an hour earlier than summer just kicked my butt for some reason and I kept falling asleep early at night. God I felt old! lol Of course falling asleep early just puts a huge kabosh on the whole reading at night after the kids go to bed plan. This week only I read 2 full length novels and then a bunch of novellas and stories that weren't more than 150 pages each!
Right now the girls are driving me batty. I've escaped to the computer and had hubby take over. If one of them comes up to me just one more time and says, "She looked at me funny!" I'm going to blow my fuckin lid! lol I love mykids, I love my kids, I love my kids...
Ok - so on to what I read this week...
It Had To Be You by Susan Elizabeth Phillips. See review below.
Next was Twin Temptations by Elizabeth Lapthorne. This is a cute little novella that is #6 in the Rutledge Werewolf series. I haven't read the first 5 but whatever. :) Oh, it's "Twin" because the girl is a twin. You thought boobs or even menage, huh? Yeah, I did too! lol
Hide and Seek by Elizabeth Lapthorne was next. This is #2 in the Rutledge Werewolf series and strangely enough it's about the parents of the twins I read about in book 6 - kinda weird, but ok. I liked the story but there was a huge build up to the major conflict in the book and then it was just settled without a whole lot of fanfare. It was kind of anti-climactic.
It's been 2 weeks or so since I'd read a book in the Troubleshooters series by Suzanne Brockmann and that's just not right! I read Force of Nature which is book 11 in the series (I'll soon be all caught up, dammit!). This was another fantastic read. I just love Brockmann's characters and this one didn't disappoint. Annie, Ric, Jules, Robin, Martell and all of the others in this book were just great - even the bad guys are written so you really hate them. Let me just also say that Brockmann's dedications almost always bring me to tears. (I'm such a sap)
Ok so last week I read Samantha Kane's At Love's Command which was fab. I really liked it and I decided to read the rest of the Brothers in Arms books that she has out. I wasn't planning on reading them one right after another, but that's just what happened. I went from The Courage to Love to Love's Strategy to Love Under Seige. I liked all of these books. There was a time in one of the books - I think it was The Courage to Love that I started skipping a love scene and thought wow this has a lot of sex! lol Yeah, I don't say that very often! haha. But like I said they were all good. I think At Love's Command is my favorite but they'rea ll worth reading.
I ended my reading week with Educating Rose by Lissa Matthews. Educating Rose is Lissa's first book, a short about a girl (virgin librarian) who has the desire to be a submissive, but only for 1 man. Although this story was only 36 pages I very much enjoyed it. Obviously you can't delve too far into the characters with such a short story but after I was done reading I felt like I knew them. I'm not a huge bdsm book fan but this one was very enjoyable. Great job Lissa.
You can also find Samantha Kane and Lissa Matthews at Kiss and Tell which is where I found out about Lissa's release.
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