Hey Ranooshe. We have already read The Reef. Feel free to pick a different title that is not on the list above.
What about Private Scandals?
daring to dream
All 3 books???
Daring to Dream is the first book in the Dream Trilogy.
The list above represents the books we've already read and discussed as a group. The Search was done already.
Ugh this is always so difficult since she has so many great books! Since I've already read Midnight Bayou (sorry ladies) my vote is for Daring to Dream.
Nightengale, this is the nominations thread. You can nominate any book that you like that is not on the list at the top. Once we have a few nominations, we will vote to select the book of the month.
What ever you all pick, I'll re-read and join in.
Dance of the Gods (Book 2)
Do these have to be single books, or can an entire series be nominated?? If I am allowed, I would like to nominate all of the MacGregor books, wish she would finish them!
I think it is just one book at a time - starting with the first book unless it has already been done.
Yep, one book at a time so you can nominate the first book in the series.
I really enjoyed the first MacGregor book but couldn't get into the second. This might be a series I need to revisit.
Erin, which book do you call the first MacGregor book, the story about Daniel or the story about Ian (who was from the Revolutionary War)??
rebellion? otherwise id say ian or daniel
I have always had troubles reading Rebellion, but Ian's and Daniel's stories are much more comfortable to read.
Actually, the first book I read was Playing the Odds, about Serena. According to shelfari that's book one, although shelfari isn't necessarily always correct. What do you consider the first book, Winterslights? Actually I just checked and I also enjoyed the second story about Caine and Diana quite a bit. It was Alan's book where I lost interest. :)
The series list on Shelfari is correct. I also have the order included here on our Book List - Series, which I created from Nora's website.
Thanks, Jonetta! You know me, I was having an anxiety attack over here thinking I'd started in the wrong place ;).
Lol! That's why I jumped in:)
Maybe the series list on Shelfari is correct, but if you read the books, starting with Daniel's and Ian's stories first, before you read about Serena or Caine or Alan or Grant, you get a better understanding of the arc of her stories. And, if you want to make it absolutely correct, time wise, you need to read Rebellion first.
Just to be clear.,,
The series list on Shelfari and on this site IS correct in terms of the author's and publisher's reading order.
No, not saying the Shelfari list is wrong, just that it is a better idea to read them the way I suggested. Both Robert's and her publisher can be right, but after you read the books, maybe you might get the idea they should be read in order of who is who.
Thanks for the insight, winterslights. Maybe I would've felt more connected to poor Alan if I had read them out of the correct reading order. Who knows? Maybe I'll get back to them someday. :) I am, by nature, a stickler when it comes to proper reading order. I just can't seem to help myself. So, I'm ever so grateful that someone manages to put this site together with proper lists to assist me in my compulsive tendencies. Lol!
Erin, whenever you decide you want to give them another chance let me know. We could start with Daniel's and Ian's stories and go from there.Merry Christmas to you.
Thanks, winterslights. If I ever get back to them I'll be sure to let you know. Merry Christmas to you as well!