Displaying items by tag: Jennifer Porter
Sunday, 06 January 2013 20:11
Historical romance is my go-to genre. Most of my comfort reads fall into this category. I read many historical romances in 2012 and had a very difficult time picking only 13 for this list. However, these are the stories that touched me – and in some way are still with me.
See my list of favorite erotic romances, my favorite books that don’t fit into any other category, my favorite contemporary romances and my favorite paranormal romances of 2012.
Sunday, 06 January 2013 19:37
I have no doubt that I read far more erotic romances than any other type of romance (except maybe historical). And while I read a whole host of crappy erotic romances, there were several that stood out for the rest. Fortunately, not all of my top choices feature dominant billionaires!
Friday, 04 January 2013 19:37
“Shades of Gray” by Maya Banks (romantic suspense, Berkley, January 2013, $7.99, 400pp)
Series: KGI, book six
Thursday, 03 January 2013 18:46
“The Seduction of Elliot McBride” by Jennifer Ashley (historical, Berkley, January 2013, $7.99, 320pp)
Series: The Mackenzies, book 5
Wednesday, 02 January 2013 21:24
“By Private Invitation” by Stephanie Julian (erotic, Berkley, January 2013, $15.00, 320pp)
Series: Salon Games, Book 1
Tuesday, 01 January 2013 21:00
Here is my list of favorite contemporary romances for 2012. I would like to mention that I have two Kristen Ashley titles on this list, mostly because these two made an huge impression on me. I was a bit torn because these titles run way too long and could use some editing. Despite this, I loved the two on my list.
See my list favorite paranormal romances of 2012.
Monday, 31 December 2012 20:20
While going thru the list of books that I read in 2012, I realized that I didn’t read much in the paranormal realm. I’m not really sure why this happened, but almost every paranormal book that I did read is on the favorite list. These are not in any particular order.
Additonal lists to come . . .
Monday, 31 December 2012 17:51
Monday, 31 December 2012 15:40
This is an updated version of this study. The original version is still available here.
From the moment that I read my first Lora Leigh book, I was hooked. She writes some incredibly dominant heroes who I often want to knock some sense into. However, I can’t resist them. I don’t even mind that some of her books may have timeline/continuity issues or grammatical errors. Her stories speak to me, and I relish the opportunity to read each new book. And to be honest, I relish the opportunity to re-read them as well.
Monday, 31 December 2012 12:51
“Enslaved” by Shoshanna Evers (ebook, review copy, edelweiss)
“Silken Canvas” by Natasha Moore (ebook)