Fiction Friday Round Up

So I haven’t done one of these in a while (there has been much other random productive stuff happening since the start of the year).  But I HAVE been reading!  I’ve been on a big Jill Shalvis and Candis Terry kick, blowing through One In a Million (the LAST Lucky Harbor book  :CRIES:), At Last (which I somehow missed when blowing through Lucky Harbor), Then Came You (latest in the Animal Magnetism series–hunky hero with a little bit of a geek streak), Sweet Surprise (MOAR SWEET, TEXAS, Y’ALL!!!  And hot firemen!),  Confessions of a Secret Admirer (which I totally read for more Sweet, but also fell in love with Jennifer Seasons’ hunky baseball player hero), All He Ever Dreamed (a nice friends to lovers story dealing with the Maine branch of the Kowalski family), and  Best Man For Hire (I cannot express to you how much I love Tawna Fenske’s everything, but particularly her Front and Center series–smexy and SO FREAKING HILARIOUS).


And at the moment I am finishing up Jill Shalvis’ Christmas anthology, Merry and Bright (most snort-worthy moment so far, when the shero’s best friend wishes on mistletoe for her friend to get a penis for Christmas–attached to a man who knows how to use it).  And for a change of pace, I finally dove into Lindsay Buroker’s Deathmaker, the second in her Dragonblood series.  Yay for feisty heroines and airship pirates!



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