Monday, 7 November 2011

It's Monday, What Are you Reading? (#55)

It's Monday, What are you reading? is a weekly event hosted by Sheila at One Person's Journey Through a World of Books to list the books completed last week, the books currently being read and the books to be finished this week.

Exam's over (rocked it *grins*) so I am back to reading, yay! :-) As I was busy travelling with the family last week, reading time was sparse but I still managed to make the most of the few silent minutes and read these: 

Books I completed 

So far I have read Lori Foster's and Victoria Dahl's stories and they both were excellent, loved them! As soon as I have read Susan Donovan's novella I'll post my review.

I guess you'll all understand why I couldn't wait to read this contemporary romance set on a Caribbean cruise, sailing away into the warm sun, turquoise ocean, sandy beaches *sigh* doesn't it sound like paradise?

I have been a fan of Jennifer Estep for some time now: love her Elemental Assassin series and she amazed me with her Mythos Academy series as well, so I was looking forward to discovering her other series Bigtime, the 1st book of which is Karma Girl. I am happy to report that I LOVED Karma Girl and Jennifer's position as a favourite author of mine has been even more solidified :-) 

My review will be posted on Tuesday November 8 at Book Lovers Inc.

Book #1 in a very unique paranormal romance series by Laura Kaye. The hero of North of Need is a snow god, and a very yummy one :-D My review will be posted soon, and Laura will stop by for an interview (and giveaway) on November 18th.

Book I am currently reading

Book #8 in the World of the Lupi phenomenal UF series, and isn't the cover stunning? My review will be posted very soon along with an interview with Eileen Wilks! 

Oh my! An anthology full of heart-warming and/or steamy military romance novellas featuring SEAL heroes. Need I say more? :-D So far I have only read the very first novella, but it was top quality, can't wait to read on!

Books I can't wait to start  

I have always enjoyed heroines dressing as men trope already in Shakespeare plays, and this romance looks delicious. 

and some thrilling military romance!

And what are you reading this week?

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