Friday Fiction Round Up

Reading has been going kind of slow for me lately.  Not a lot of free time that I haven’t been spending on my own fiction.  But I did finish reading Donna Kauffman’s Half Moon Harborthe second in her Blueberry Cove series, which I ADORED.  I love me an Irishman.  And one of the things I love about Kauffman’s work is that she really makes humor an integral part of a lot of the relationships.  As that’s very much how my own real life marriage works, it’s something I appreciate and relate to.

I haven’t quite finished the audio of Crocodile on the  Sandbank by Elizabeth Peters (though I have some more web work to do at the Evil Day Job, so that might still happen today or Monday).

On the book front, I’m moving on to Burned by Sarah Morgan.  This is the follow up to Ripped, which is one of the most snortworthy (in the best possible sense), hilarious books I’ve ever read.  I’ve been eagerly awaiting the follow up about the shero’s sister.

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Trainer and martial artist Rosie Miller’s zen is seriously compromised when Hunter Black—her former coach and lover—becomes her new boss. With all the sexual energy still crackling between them, her poor little zen doesn’t stand a chance. So this time, Rosie is determined to do more than put up self-defense. She and Hunter are going to play by her rules….


I’m not sure what I’m moving on to next in audio.  I’ve got both Days of Blood and Starlight and Dreams of Gods and Monsters by Laini Taylor hanging out waiting, but frankly, I know they’re going to break my heart before (maybe) putting it back together, and I’m not quite ready for that.

What’s hanging out on your ebookreader/nightstand/in your purse to read?

One thought on “Friday Fiction Round Up

  1. It’s a relatively older book (2010), but I’m starting The Fire Lord’s Lover by Kathryne Kennedy. I love the idea of an Enlightenment era Britain ruled by elves, and with romance to boot! (I’m on a big fantasy romance/romantic fantasy kick right now.)

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