Showing posts with label Kathleen O'Reilly. Show all posts
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Miscellaneous Friday Post

It's been a strange week. Work has been all kinds of busy and since I've been doing so much computer work it's put me off getting onto the computer at night - which sucks. There have actually been a couple of nights this week that I haven't even gotten on to check my email. *gasp*

So not wanting to spend too much time on the computer puts a huge cabosh onto writing reviews. I've read some really good books this week but I've just not been motivated to review them. I did hop on last night and went on a tiny little shopping spree for ebooks. As. If. I. Don't. Have. Enough. Seriously people, I have issues. But I think got some great books:


Shaken and Stirred by Kathleen O'Reilly - I read Christine's review on this in January and have wanted to read it.











Triple Threat by Jennifer LaBrecque - it was free on the eharlequin.com site so I went for it. What the heck.









Diary of Cozette by Amanda McIntyre - I read Barbara's review and Amy's reveiw and couldn't resist.







It Happend One Autumn by Lisa Kleypas - this was the only one in the series I didn't already have and I couldn't go any further without it so that's excuse enough for me.




Angels' Pawn
by Nalini Singh - I should have gotten this before I read Angels' Blood since it was released first but I just didn't. I can't wait to read this prequel.





Amber Eyes by Maya Banks - I love shifter stories and this sounds pretty darned good. Hope it is.




Polar Reaction by Claire Thompson - after reading the blurb on DIK recently I added it to the pile. How could I pass up m/m/m? Ok I could have, but I chose not to. So sue me. :)






Just One of the Guys
by Kristan Higgins - I loved Too Good To Be True so wanted to read more of her books. This one seems to be a fan favorite.









Addicted by Charlotte Featherstone. I picked this one up at the last Blogger Get-Together and then put the darned thing down again. Then I read a great review and kicked myself for not buying it. That being said I do have some reservations about the story. I'm not big on 2 people in love finding solace in another person's bed. However, if it's written well I can deal with it so hopefully this is one that will prove to be worth the purchase.

So my biggest problem now is figuring out what to read first. It's not like I don't have 200 other books to read but still. What? Stop laughing!


Oh, and my review for A Toy for Two by Jennifer Cole went up on The Book Binge on Wednesday. You can check it out here if you're interested.

Happy Friday and I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!