18 September 2011

Books of the week #5

In "Books of the week" I talk about the books I bought & received, the books I enjoyed reading and the books I'm reading right now & I'm planing to read next.

This week I had a pretty good week, I got some new exciting books (all bought) and they are
Death in a difficult position by Diana Killian
Karma Girl by Jennifer Estep
Poison Diaries by Maryrose Wood
Fitzwilliam Darcy; Rock Star by Heather Lynn Rigaud

All in all I read 7 books this week and three of them were great and belong to my favorites of the week
Fitzwilliam Darcy; Rock Star by Heather Lynn Rigaud
Pleating for Mercy by Melissa Bourbon
Anna and the French kiss by Stephanie Perkins

Right now I'm reading
Set the dark on fire by Jill Sorenson
Witch Song by Amber Argyle

Next week I plan to read
Eye of the Tempest by Nicole Peeler
Fire by Krirstin Cashore
Beka Cooper: Terrier by Tamora Pierce

What books are your favorites from the last week?


  1. My favourites from last week were

    (Un)like a virgin by Lucy-Anne Holmes and
    my current read Persuade Me by Juliet Archer.

    Have a great week


  2. My favorite read of the book was Behemoth by Scott Westerfeld. I can't wait to get my hands on Goliath.

  3. My favorites this week were The Battle Sylph by LJ MacDonald (fantasy romance) and Fatal Consequences by Marie Force (third in her romantic suspense series). Marie also released a free novella in the series, Fatal Destiny, that was about the wedding of the two main characters and I really enjoyed that also.

  4. @ JenM: Those two books are in my TBR pile, hope I will enjoy them as much as you did.

    @fivealarmbookreviews: Welcome and thanks for the visit.

    @ Kah Woei: Behemoth is on my wishlist, so it's good to hear that you liked it.

    @Dizzy C: Both books sound interesting, need to check them out.

  5. I don't even have to think about it... my favorite of the week was definitely "New York to Dallas" by J.D. Robb. I can't even say how much I loved that book. It was one of the best books (maybe even THE BEST) of the series. The interaction between Roarke and Eve was... just perfect (without being too perfect - if you know what I mean). This book concentrated a lot on their relationship and showed how much they trust and need each other.
    After that I reread "Naked in Death" (which is one of my favorites of the series) and the difference (especially in Eve) was fascinating.
    You can definitely look forward to reading "New York to Dallas"!

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  7. FIRRRRRRE! i am so happy you're getting to that one next week!

    happy reading. :)

  8. @ Schennie: Argh, now I'm even more pissed off that I don't have the book already, I nead my Eve and Riarke dose!!!

  9. @ Lisa: Yay, I'm super excited to finally read the book.

  10. Looks like you had a nice Mailbox this week. I hope that you enjoy your books. Check out what I gotIn My Mailbox this week.

  11. @Schenni...I have to agree with everything you said about NY2Dallas. I loved it. I had to chuckle because I too had a yen to reread "Naked in Death" when I finished. I guess it is because you could see just much Eve and her relationships with everyone have evolved since "Naked".

  12. Great haul this week!!! Can't wait to see your reviews!

    My IMM

  13. @ Saundra: Sigh, another person who has already read New York to Dallas and I still have to wait, the world is so unfair.

  14. @Saundra: Right?! I have a lot of other books on my desk that I haven't read yet, but I'm in such a big Eve&Roarke-mood that I just want to reread some of the In-Death-books :D

    @Sabrina: Sorry for making it worse, but I just had to share the excitement and my happiness with someone. I'm stopping now, but once you've read the book and wrote your review (and I'm pretty sure you'll be writing one xD) we'll come back to swoon about it to our hearts content ^.^

  15. @ Schenni: Yeah, we will definitely do that.




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