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CollectionsYour library (504), Wishlist (43), Currently reading (1), All collections (504)

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Member sinceNov 21, 2005

Currently readingSpying in High Heels by Gemma Halliday

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You have read an amazing collection of books. I just started really reading again about a year and a half ago. I just can't stop now. My husband says I'm addicted.
MM Kelli! Hey - you have amazing book tastes if I say so my self! I disagree about Christine Feehan being formula - she saved my life. When I was undergoing Chemo - hers were the only books I could concentrate on in the beginning! But Love your tastes girl!
Hi Paula,
Thank you for taking the time to write to me. I actually have the Nobel Dead series, I just keep forgetting to add it to my catolog. I've heard of Rachel Caine's Weather Warden series, but as of yet I haven't read any of them. I did read Devil's Due, now I just need to read the first one, so I can figure out what I missed.

As for other authors, if you like paranormal romance, I would say Christine Feehan and her Carpathian (Dark) series. They have a tendency to seem formulaic and get a little bogged down in some of them and others just wiz buy, you're so engrossed. Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark Hunters are also good. Her vampires and shapeshifters are actually basied upon greek mythology. I actually like her BAD series as well, good Bureau of American Defence agents, vs bad whoever, find love along the way.
What can I say I'm a sucker for happily ever after.

Thank you for the recomendations on authors though, I'm always on the look out for new stuff. There is a book coming out this June (I think)in America called Night Watch that I think will be good. It is actually the first book in it's series, and is the most popular scifi series in Russia, and the movie that was made basied upon it broke box office records in Russia and was nominated for an American Oscar for best forgin file in 2004. It is also a good vs evil supernatural type thing.

I've probably tied you up long enough.

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