Wednesday, July 04, 2007

June Reading Review

I can't believe it but I read 6 books in June. Don't know how I managed to pull that off and I'm sure it was a fluke.

Fangs For The Memories by Kathy Love

Rating: 9 *'s

It was a little slow starting off and I wasn't sure if I was going to stick with it. I'm glad I did because I really enjoyed meeting Rhys and Jane and Sebastian. I would like to see what happens to Christian so I am looking forward to reading his story.There were many hilarious scenes and very hot sex scenes. What more could you ask for?

Full Moon Rising by Keri Arthur

Rating: 8 *'s

Good first book of what looks to be a very interesting series. Lots of good action, sensual sex scenes and a rapidly increasing body count. I think I will stick with the series to see where it heads and how it goes. I am most interested to see what becomes of Quinn and if he will make an appearance in future stories with Riley.

The Mephisto Club by Tess Gerritsen

Rating: 9 *'s

Very intense story with many surprising twists and turns leading to a very explosive ending. Leaves me with the feeling that there could be more down the road...I hope so anyway.

Hand-Me-Down by Lee Nichols

Rating: 9 *'s

Cute book! A woman who feels she has lived in the shadow of her older sisters all of her life is against anything "hand me down" used.

Doesn't matter what it is. Clothing, furniture, car it has to be new. For some reason it doesn't seem to apply to Ian, her oldest sister's high school boyfriend. Ian keeps reappearing in her life and she keeps trying to stay away from him.I really enjoy this author's "voice." This story has a lot of wit and charm as you follow the heroine, Anne through her life trying to carve out her own piece of success.

Undead And Unreturnable by MaryJanice Davidson

Rating: 9 *'s

I love this series. Betsy and her friends are a riot and this installment delivers a lot of hilarity and chaos as Betsy and her demon spawn half sister, Laura track down a serial killer amidst Betsy's wedding plans to Eric "Sink Lair" Sinclair.

Betsy makes being undead a lot of fun.

Ricochet by Sandra Brown

Rating: 9 *'s

What a surprising story full of the twists and turns that Sandra Brown delivers so well! My jaw went slack and my mouth fell open numerous times while reading this book! This book has an explosive ending that shocked me to my toes.

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