Tuesday, March 27

Reading

I did get some reading done during my computer down time:

  • The Leopard Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt, I thoroughly enjoyed this--Harry Pye made a great hero :) I'll work on an actual review/commentary tonight or tomorrow.

  • Night in Eden by Candice Proctor, my favorite Proctor--wish she still wrote romance.

  • Fall From Grace by Megan Chance--this is an oldie but a goodie, a western with an amazing heroine and great story.

  • Blood Secrets by Vivi Anna--I'm half way through this one and loving it, but then I'm a CSI junkie.
Back later...

4 comments:

Rosie said...

Hi TM on new computer! You look like you got things going pretty good. I'm off to a Borders because our B&N is horrible at shelving and I'm looking for that new Hoyt book myself.

Ann(ie) said...

Grats on the computer. Whatever happened to Megan Chance (and Megan Mckinney for that matter). I used to read both of them and haven't heard of them in a while.

Tara Marie said...

Rosie, I picked up the Hoyt at my local indie seller, I think Ingram released it early :)

Annie, I haven't heard about anything new from Meagan McKinney in quite a while, but I'm pretty sure Megan Chance is still writing. I think her website is meganchance.com ??

Sotheara said...

I really liked The Leopard Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt. I love her voice - very easy to read and hooked me immediately. The book, of course, was very sexy. (I'm one of those people who can't read a romance book that has a sensuality rating of less than a "HOT".) Can't wait to read your review. (I read this book before The Raven Prince which is on my TBR pile).