November 7, 2014 by

Favorite Current Reads

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Categories: Authors & Books, Uncategorized

I’m always looking for recommendations so I figured I’d make a list of my current favorites.

 

1. Fever Series – Karen Marie Moning

Told from a first person POV, you follow Mac as she hunts down her sister’s killer. If you like a slow building story that’s dark and gritty, this is a must read. As an entire series, it can be considered a romance as well. If you like alpha males, Barrons will probably make your top five.

I’ve read some people complain about not liking Mac. If you do read this, just keep in mind that Moning is an author who believes in a lot of character growth. Watching Mac grow throughout the series is one of my favorite parts of her writing.

 

2. Written in Red – Anne Bishop

I’ve never read a heroine like this before, or a world. This is so different and creative, you have to read it. I was sucked into this story by the first page. Her character development is off the charts. Her storyline is utterly unique.

 

3. Angelfall

I don’t like angel stories. I’m not sure why but they’ve never appealed to me which is why I was so shocked at how much I loved this story.

 

4. Kate Daniels

Everyone loves this story. If you haven’t gotten on the band wagon, you should go get a ticket. There’s a reason this is continually a best seller.

 

5. Chicagoland

This series gives you everything you want and exactly when you want it. I hope that makes sense!

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6 Responses to Favorite Current Reads

  1. Donna Augustine Post author

    Darynda Jones is another goodie! I was reading her but ended up dropping off in between books and haven’t gotten back to it yet.

  2. Lori Hayes

    Night hundreds is a good one. I forgot that. Angel fall I passed over,dudnt think you’d like . I see you do.you read the succubus but Washington it. I think it’s good.
    I’ll keep looking through my list.

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