Sunday, 17 October 2010

Monday - After a fairly busy week

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

Sui Lynn - Blue Rose

Terry O'Reilly - Ministry

Tressie Lockwood - Coyote Inn

Cassandra Gold - Outcasts 01 - Saving Ciaran

Cassandra Gold - Outcasts 02 - Claiming Ciaran

Cooper McKenzie - The Soldier's Mate

Cooper McKenzie - The Billionaires Mate

Annie Nicholas – The Omegas

Annie Nicholas – The Alpha

Wendy Ely – Midnight Angel

Patricia Wilson – A Lingering Melody

Hajin Hoo – Totally Captivated – Bk 1-5 (Re-read)

Book Pimping


Edited: D.L. King

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With an introduction by well-known disciplinarian, Ms Cassandra Park, these spanking-hot stories are brought to you by one of today’s bestselling editors of erotica, D. L. King.

From the story of a man’s hands-on tutelage in what makes spanking erotic in A.D.R. Forte’s, “Anything But Ordinary” to the idea that eavesdropping can lead to a very happily ever after, in Cervo’s “The Royal Montague,” SPANK! delivers.

Donna George Storey’s “Anthropology” introduces the concept of what a newly spanked bottom feels like to a neophyte and Kathleen Bradean introduces us to a celebrity, desperately in need a spanking, who turns the tables on her feckless manager in “Apple Bottom Hard Cider.” Sommer Marsden comes up with a unique dieting tool in “Sugar.”

Sure to get your motor running, these stories will really warm your—heart!

RHEA - 41070

Linda Mooney

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Bock Gammon was a freedom runner. A man with a spaceship for hire. He had heard of Replacements and knew they existed, but he had never personally come across one. In fact, he found the whole idea repugnant—growing a living being specifically for the purpose of harvesting body parts. So did the governments in many of the galaxies who declared Replacements illegal.

Which was why he was stunned to discover his latest assignment was to bring a Replacement to one of the wealthiest men in the Chatta Dul system. If he hadn't so desperately needed the money, he wouldn't have accepted the job.

It didn't take long for Bock to realize that Rhea 41070 wasn't just one-of-a-kind; she was also unlike any woman he had ever met. And the closer they got to the point of delivery, the more he knew he couldn't walk away and leave her behind to be dissected. He had to somehow find a way to save her, despite the odds and hundreds of well-armed men awaiting their return.

Up next on the reading deck

Shepherd's Watch: Guarded -  J. Hali Steele

Gordath Wood by Patrice Sarath

7 Speak To Me:

Sheila (Bookjourney) on 18 October 2010 at 19:26 said...

You have another great reading week going on! Enjoy the books!

Blodeuedd on 18 October 2010 at 20:24 said...

That last one looks interesting, I must go google :D

Chris on 19 October 2010 at 01:54 said...

Another good week indeed!

Lily on 19 October 2010 at 04:53 said...

Looks like you had a good reading week! :)

Sophia (FV) on 19 October 2010 at 14:57 said...

Great reading week. The cover of Spank makes me LOL. :)

Janna on 19 October 2010 at 15:37 said...

Wow, good reading week! Your weekly reading lists are longer than my monthly lists. ;)

Rikki on 19 October 2010 at 18:50 said...

Cassandra Gold? I like what I have read by her so far. Must check those two out.
Oh, btw, I finally went and got Allegro Vivace since you liked that one so much.