Sounds like I'm "selling" the book(s) but there is something about them that's strangely engaging.
I read them too and while I thought they were terribly written I also couldn't put them down!
They annoyed me though. They still annoy me just thinking about them.
I didn't like how irritating the female lead got in books 2&3. Smug cow! And that the author gave the male lead's dominance a reason. It was like she had to explain it away instead of "he's just a dominant guy into some hardcore kink" which I think would have been more interesting than "he was abused/suffered trauma/experienced massive grief or whatever" and then found his dominance.
1. Die Again - Tess Gerritsen
2. Jason - Laurell K Hamilton
3. Broken Dolls - Kitty Thomas
4. The Husband's Secret - Liane Moriaty
5. Stranded - Alex Kava
6. An Unquiet Mind - Kay Redfield Jamison
7. Daughter of Smoke and Bone - Laini Taylor
I'll be half way through the stand tonight.
What does everyone feel about long books?
I enjoy them if they're fast paced and page turners. But usually prefer books I can finish in 2-3 days (400ish pages)
Ooh how did I miss this thread I'll enjoy getting ideas from you all about books I could buy next (my DH will hate you all! Haha )
I'm reading Blonde Bombshell by Tom Holt at the moment. He is my favourite author and it's the only one I haven't read of his yet. Only a chapter to go though! Then I'll have to satisfy myself with re-reading his other books for the millionth time
For those they like girly fiction and have Amazon or Kindle check out the books by Rebecca Raisin. She is a lovely lady and i really enjoy her writing. She only writes e-books at this stage. Christmas at the Gingerbread cafe is one of my favourites ☺
If you go onto Amazon and search her name in the e-books they should come up
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