I have been searching for Erins and this is what I've come up with so far (other than some obscure old(er) Harlequin/Silhouettes)
Moonlight Road by Robyn CarrMaster of the Night by Angela KnightEternal Hunter by Cynthia EdenNavy Brat by Debbie MacomberThe Great Scot by Donna KauffmanThe Hunted by Rachel LeeIrish Rose by Nora RobertsThe Third Secret by Tara Taylor QuinnTouch a Dark Wolf by Jennifer St. GilesBreakaway by Dierdre MartinFair Haven by JoAnn RossA Twist of Fate by Lisa JacksonThe Lady and the Lion by Kay Hooper (Loveswept but not sure if it was reissued so I included it)Whiplash by Catherine CoulterTrust by Janet DailyForbidden Flame by Luanne WaldenFull Time Father by Susan Mallery (this is a reissue of an early category romance)The Diamond Tiger by Ann Maxwell (aka Elizabeth Lowell)The Tender Stranger by Carolyn DavidsonLiving Single by Holly ChamberlinWhite Wolf by Lyndsay McKenna (reissue of a Silhouette)
Wow! That's a lot of Erins. :)
I'm supposing that the male version of Erin being Aaron would be fine too right? If so.....
Paradise & More by Shirl HenkeThe Secret Sisters by Ann Maxwell (also reissued under her Elizabeth Lowell name)Wanton Angel by Elizabeth ChadwickStorm of Shadows by Christina DoddVeiled Threats by Deborah DonnellyThe Fulfillment by LaVyrle SpencerForever, Ashley by Lori CopelandHaven by Carolyn DavidsonHigh Stakes by Justine DareKill Me Again by Maggie Shayne
Yep, Aaron works too.
Unfortunately, I'm only going to be able to do 2 of these. However, maybe in one way, that's a good thing. Once I've finished those 2, I'm going to go back and finish the ones for May that I didn't make it to. I'm starting off the month with A Hunger Like No Other by Kresley Cole.
1. Read a book by Kresley Cole2. Read a book published in 20113. Read a book that has the word "Game" in the title4. Read the fourth book in a series: Breaking Dawn by Stephanie Meyer5. Read a book that has a character named Erin (it could be the hero, heroine, secondary character, a non-important passing character, etc.)
The kissing game - kasey michaelsHeaven Above (erin) - Ann Josephson aka Sara Jarrod it happened one christmas (2011)
I read The Kissing Game by Kasey Michaels a few years ago. It was adorable! I was alternately laughing and going "Awwwww!"
Thanks Casey - good to know. :)
Suggestions for Game....Christine Feehan's Ghostwalker series all have Game in the title and I've enjoyed many of them.
I had actually thought to skip this one because, although I have two of this series (books 5 & 6, Deadly Game and Predatory Game) and they are the only books I own with the word game in the title, I haven't yet started this series and I'm not sure if they would be easy to follow without reading the first four. Have you read either of these? Can they be read as a stand-alone?
I think she does an ok job of explaining but there is quite a bit of world building that went on in the first two that makes the rest of them make more sense I think. I would read them in order if you could.
I love this series! It's actually why I came up with this challenge. :) Anyway, Sheri, it's totally worth going back and reading from the beginning. Something big happens to the plot in those books that wouldn't be as major to you if you haven't read the first books yet. So yes, try and read them in order.
Thanks. I think I'll stick with my original plan to skip this one, and I'll wait until I can get the first one to start the Ghostwalker series.
I haven't had a lot of time to read lately, but here's what I'm hoping to read for June's challenges:
1. Dark Desires After Dusk by Kresley Cole2. Hidden Away by Maya Banks3. Street Game by Christine Feehan4. Everyday Average Jones by Suzanne Brockmann5. Laid Bare by Lauren Dane