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- member since April 29, 2011
Dracula: Hearts of Stone
We start with a shiny new pot of boiling water and add too many evil vampires, and not enough of the good biters. Toss in one suicidal Dracula; add a cup of mayhem and a dash of romance. Oh yes, and a pinch of mirth. Stir lovingly and you have a novel by A. J. Gallant. If it sounds like the recipe for you then you must read Dracula: Hearts of Stone.
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Unrealistic or not my writing gives me hope. But with something like 50 000 books published a month it is a little discouraging. I can just picture my book underneath that pile being crushed. I didn’t think there were that many writers out there. Must be a factory out there producing them like peanut butter cookies. :)
I enjoyed "Bared to you". Not as much as "50", but still a good read. I didnt like how she left so much stuff hanging in the first book, and didnt really get into any back story on Gideon. I suppose thats to get you to read the 2nd book but it really kinda annoyed me. You got so much info about Eve and nothing on Gideon, which made it hard for me to understand why he acting the way he was about her. right now Im really enjoying "Blood Bound, a little different than what I normally read in the sense that its not really PNR, kinky sex/lots of sex all the time.
Hi! I figured that since Im really starting to read like crazy these days, i might as well get on here to help me find new books! I read an other one of Kristen Ashley book that i see you have read too!! "Until the sun falls from the sky" Man i LOVE her writing!! See you Thursday!!
I'm just outside of Sacramento in Roseville, so we're a ways away from each other. But if I had to admit, I like your part of the state more. Who knew it rained so much up here?! But it is very pretty and we love the area.
How did your son's wedding go? (It was you that had mentioned that, right?)
This is my first time reading the IAD series and I'm loving it! I'm about halfway through "No Rest" and am really enjoying it. I will admit that I am really looking forward to Bowen's book. I'm soaking up any little glimpse I can get of him in this one.
I saw your review for Nine Rules and immediately bought and read it - I has to now be one of my favorite Historical Romances now - I loved it! I bought the others too, but have started reading Outlander first. No, I haven't heard of The Madness of Lord Ian Mackensie.
In case you ever lose your cheat sheet, here's a link to my personal group where I created a topic on symbols. When in doubt, you can always go there:)
It's a while since I read Shifters but I remember finding it quite the emotional roller coaster, it made me feel as though I'd been sucker punched a good few times. When Marc gets mad it's a scary place to be! Pride will be another one that does this to you.
I feel bad for Marc. He waited for her while she went off and did her thing and then she was so horrible to him when she got back for most of book one, and now this.... I don't normally care for books where you a meeting back up with an ex and all the baggage that entails, I prefer to start afresh, but in this instance it really worked.
I've added book one of Comarre. Looks good :)