I love the rain.
What I want to do before I kick off
Get chased by a wild animal, preferably something I can outrun
Swim with sharks or whales
- Baltimore, MD, USA
- member since March 17, 2008
Victoria A’s last login was Wednesday, December 26, 2012.
HI, Sent this note private because I didn't want everyone thinking .... well, whatever. I have Victoria Alexander's email if you would like to send her a note. I have met her several times through signings at the book store I work at and at romance writers conventions. She's a very nice lady and would welcome a note from a fan. I knew you weren't her because she lives in Oregon, not Baltimore, but I love how many of her books you have on your shelf! Halfway through SECRETS OF A PROPER LADY and love it so far -- highly recommend it if you have gotten to it yet. Have a great weekend. Victoria
I had to laugh when I got your offer of friendship. I just this morning (at the orthodontist where my 13 year old son, and thus I, spend an over abundance of time these days) started reading SECRECTS OF A PROPER LADY by Victoria Alexander. I thought at first that someone saw my book this morning and was punking me! It's great to hear from you and look forward to checking out your shelfari shelf.
Hi Victoria, I ment the wishes on your profile, not a specific type of books :) lol
Perhaps if the wild animal is a rabbit? And very perhaps if you wanted to swim with dolphins. I'll take my thrills out of my reading, not out of real life I guess. But I hope you will enjoy every one of your wishes :)
I love Celeste Bradley's Liar's Club Series and Royal Four Series. Anything by Mary Jo Putney is sure to be fantastic, I have yet to read a bad book by here. Laura Lee Gurhke is nicely reliable, but I like the her first few books the best. Gurhke has lovely, refreshing plot lines. (There's one book about a nobleman, who is also an archaeologist...Forgot the title, but it's a favorite.) Cheryl Holt is the same way. As Holt's career progressed, it was like she hated writing historicals. However, Holt's earlier works are fabulously steamy. Jo Beverly is most famous for her Rogue series. They are all really good. Each Rogue book stands alone, but the characters are interconnected, just like Stephenie Laurens Cynster novels.
Okay, who am I missing? Oh yes, Kresley Cole writes a kick ____ paranormal series that includes werewolves, vampires, witches, and Valkyries!!! (I love it!) Cole also writes highland books, but I'm not a huge 15th century, scottish sort of girl. However, I have read one or two, and I did enjoy them.
Now, I'm sure I've missed one or two authors, but I'll have to leave feedback on them next time. I forgot the rest of your list :)