Monday, 26 July 2010

Monday again – I did do some reading…

A weekly event hosted by Sheila - Book Journey to discuss your reading week ~ the books you've read and those you plan on reading in the coming week.

Books I completed last week are

Stephani Hecht - Blast From the Past

Bailey Bradford - A Subtle Breeze

Becky Barker - Hanchart Land

Stormy Glenn, Joyee Flynn - Delta Wolf Series 01 – Chameleon Wolf

Stormy Glenn, Joyee Flynn - Delta Wolf Series 02 - Mating Games

Stormy Glenn - Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf

Carole Mortimer - A Christmas Affair

Muriel Jensen - Daddy to be Determined 

Maxine Sullivan – The CEO Takes a Wife

Ann Major – The Throw-Away Bride

Katherine Kennedy – The Fire Lord’s Lover

Joyee Flynn - Dragon Mine 

Two books I am looking forward to this week

Into the Crossfire

(The first book in the Protectors series)

Lisa Marie Rice

Former Navy SEAL Sam Reston keeps to himself. His world is dangerous, uncertain, violent...and there is no room in it for the helpless and weak. Then the most beautiful woman in the world moves in next door to him . . . .
Nicole Pearce's life is complicated enough - with an ailing father and a new business to worry about - and the last thing she needs is to get involved with a secretive, hard-bodied, hardheaded neighbor. Yet Sam leaves her breathless - her body tingling with erotic desire - and it takes every ounce of her fabled control to resist offering herself to him, no strings attached. What she doesn't know is that Sam Reston is on an undercover assignment . . . and she's about to step into the crossfire.
Never has Sam ached for a woman so badly, and he's never fallen in love before. Now that Nicole is in grave danger, he will become her shield, and guard the tempting body he longs to touch and taste. Because a terrorist plot hatched half a world away is heading to their doorstep - and it can only be derailed by one man and one woman.


Suzanne Brockmann

Back in the days of cowboys and outlaws, a now-infamous shootout went down in the tiny mining town of Jubilation, Arizona. National hero U.S. Marshall Silas Quinn saved the city from the notorious Kelly gang, only to have his wife kidnapped and murdered by the ultimate lowlife, Jamie 'the Kid' Gallagher. Or so the story goes.

One-hundred years later, historian Alison Carter has made her way to the scene of the crime to assist in a movie production of the upcoming film Quinn. Little does she know that waiting there for her is 'the Kid's' supposed great-grandson, A.J. Gallagher, looking to put a stop to production and the defaming of his relative.

Up next on the reading deck

I am winging it this week – I have a lot of fairly recent releases so I am just going to go with my mood and read. 


9 Speak To Me:

Chris on 26 July 2010 at 00:13 said...

You got a lot read last week! Here's hoping that this week's another good one.

Erotic Horizon on 26 July 2010 at 00:19 said...


Sometimes mood reading can be a good thing...

I am reading and at the least weeding down my TBR pile at the same time...

Thanks hon


Sheila (Bookjourney) on 26 July 2010 at 04:24 said...

What an amazing week you had! I need a couple weeks where I can read that many! :D

Enjoy this week as well!

Lily on 26 July 2010 at 04:54 said...

What a good reading week you had! I haven't read any of those but have a couple on my wish list.

Anonymous said...

Did you enjoy The Fire Lord's Lover? I've read so may good reviews, I feel like I should pick it up.

Teddyree on 26 July 2010 at 06:41 said...

Holy cow, you sure did do some reading! Love the cover of Into the Crossfire and love Navy Seal stories so it's going on my wishlist. Happy reading :-)

Mandi on 26 July 2010 at 13:10 said...

Oooh..I just read Shadows at Midnight - by Elizabeth Jennings - aka Lisa Marie Rice and now I am dying to read LMR! Can't wait to hear your thoughts.

gautami tripathy on 26 July 2010 at 17:09 said...

Enjoy your books!

Here is my post!

Janna on 27 July 2010 at 12:32 said...

Ohmi! You've read more in one week than I did in the whole month! :) Impressive, hon!
The Rice and Brockmann covers are both so gorgeous.