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Subject: Enable me Need to order from Amazon
Date Posted: 8/27/2010 8:02 PM ET
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I have a GC buring a hole in my pocket, can you suggest some books. I'm looking for a book that you guys can say, "it's a must read".

Anything is fair, erotica, historical, vampire, regency, whatever works for me I read them all.


Date Posted: 8/27/2010 9:06 PM ET
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The entire Mercy Thompson series by Patricia Briggs!

Date Posted: 8/27/2010 11:20 PM ET
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Ava Gray's Skin series; Ann Aguirre's books (you can check out her site to see what might appeal to you most--http://www.annaguirre.com/books/)--she has a new title coming out in her Jax series very soono; Susan Sey's debut, Money, Honey; Sarah Mayberry (http://www.sarahmayberry.com/pages/books.html); Shelly Laurenston/GA Aiken...

Date Posted: 8/28/2010 12:53 AM ET
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Nalini Singh!

Date Posted: 8/28/2010 2:53 AM ET
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This is tough not knowing what you've read - but I'd say:

Erotica - Lacey Alexander, Lora Leigh, Red Garnier, Maya Banks, Jaid Black.......(and many others)

Historical - Lisa Kleypas, Joanne Bourne, Julie Garwood, Diana Galbadon (and many others)

Vampire - There's been a butt load of ladies doing  vampire - my fav are JR Ward, Kresley Cole, Sherrilyn Kenyon, and Maggie Shayne's middle work (small window on the Maggie Shayne series)

Shape Shifters - Nalini Singh, Rhyannon Byrd, Lora Leigh

Date Posted: 8/28/2010 9:53 AM ET
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Historical - Sherry Thomas' new book is FANTASTIC,  Meredith Duran's new stuff or Elizabeth Hoyt's Maiden Lane Series. I recently order A Rose at Midnight, Anne Stuart - used copy because they are not being posted here, and I LOVED it. Its a keeper for me as well. Judith James' latest - Libertine's Kiss was good.

Contemporary - I've been reading alot of Theresa Weir lately and liking her.

Date Posted: 8/28/2010 10:45 AM ET
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What about stuff that you are way down on the wish list for?  That's what I do when I've got a gc to burn.  For me, that's historical fiction.  Never find out about those books as early as I do the ones here, and therefore, I'm further down the wl for them.  Plus, they are trade size and the list moves r-e-a-l-l-y slow. 

Seems the lists for paranormal and eroticia also is huge so I'd put my $ there if I had it to spend. 

historical regency that's new that I throughly enjoyed(almost kept it) Eileen Dreyer's "Barely a Lady".  heroine is fabulous!

Date Posted: 8/28/2010 2:26 PM ET
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Thanks Ladies you have given me excellent ideas.  Jan I have looked at my list but was thinking I'd like to hear about reviews from people that like certain authors or books. My WL books are just that and sometimes when I get one I might not like it and wished I did not spend my credit for it. Of course that's aside from my fav authors :)


Thank you all.

Date Posted: 8/29/2010 7:24 AM ET
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historical - Always to Remember  by Lorraine Heath, Wind and Sea  by Marsha Canham.