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Book Club 4 ~ December 12, 2012
5 years ago
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I decided it was time to start a fresh thread. Here's the link to Book Club 3

http://www.care2.com/c2c/groups/disc.html?gpp=47&pst=1702580&saved=1

 

I'm still reading The Blue Viking and it's great. Rurik has found the witch who put the blue spot on his face and helped her out of a predicament. He's also fallen in love with her though he doesn't seem to know it.

5 years ago

Well, I finished the book Claimed. I did enjoy reading it and gave it a 5 stars as well. I especially liked the ending. I almost wished I could live within such a tribe as that, having a wonderful community. I was amazed at how fast I finished reading that. Guess it kept my interest so much, it was hard to put down. I started reading the, "Haunted On Bourbon Street". So far, I am really liking how it is. You have good taste in choosing books Darla.

Maybe it is just similar taste.

5 years ago

Hi everyone. I haven't read much the last couple of days. I hope to feel like it soon. Sally who is the author of CLAIMED. I might like to read it.

Book Club #3 is officially closed Darla. This is going to work,

Sugar

5 years ago

 I finished the uninvited last night. Started Sandra Brown's The switch, about identical twin sisters who one night switch places only to have the one murdered, now its up,to the other to find out who did it.

5 years ago

Sally, so glad you liked Claimed. I agree it was a good ending. I'm glad you're liking Haunted on Bourbon Street, I truly enjoyed it too. Yes, I guess we have similar taste in books though I do thank you for your kind words about my taste in books.

 

Sugar, KR Smith wrote Claimed. It's a great book and is free for your Kindle right now on Amazon. You'll really like it if you decide to read it.

Thanks for closing out Book Club 3, it is much appreciated. Yes, I believe our system is going to work out just fine.

 

Sandi, glad you finished The Uninvited. I hope you liked it as much as I did. The Switch sounds like it would be a good book. Will have to check the library for it. Good news! They had it and I requested it.

 

I finished The Blue Viking by Sandra Hill and it was great. I'll go ahead and give it 5 stars. Today I started The Bewitched Viking also by Sandra Hill. If you want to read these books I recommend starting with The Bewitched Viking b'cuz it's about a character in The Blue Viking and takes place before the events in The Blue Viking. Here's the write-up on The Bewitched Viking ~

"Even fierce Norse warriors have bad days. 'Twas enough to drive a sane Viking mad, the things Tykir Thorksson was forced to do--capturing a red-headed virago, putting up with the flock of sheep that follows her everywhere, chasing off her bumbling brothers. But what could a man expect from the sorceress who had put a kink in the King of Norway's most precious body part? If that wasn't bad enough, Tykir was beginning to realize he wasn't at all immune to the enchantment of brash red hair and freckles. Perhaps he could reverse the spell and hold her captive, not with his mighty sword, but with a Viking man's greatest magic: a wink and a smile."

5 years ago

I don't have a Kendle, just books, I will check the library for that book next week.

Thanks
Sugar

5 years ago

Darla, I really do like how the beginning of Haunted On Bourbon Street is going. The character Jade, I just found out does glass bead making and hey, I do that as well. Really surprised me. This is one book that is hard to put down. Thanks for mentioning the author to Sugar for Claimed.

5 years ago

Sugar, yes, check the library as they might have it.

 

Sally, how cool that you do glass bead making! I thought it was neat that Jade did so as it's something I find very interesting. Of course, even if I was able to do it I don't know what I'd do with the beads afterwards. lol It is a book that you want to keep reading. You're welcome for mentioning the author of Claimed to Sugar. I knew the answer so figured I might as well reply.

 

Well, I had a change of heart. I got in more books from the library and among them was one I've been eager to read. It's How to Drive a Dragon Crazy by GA Aiken. So, I'm reading it instead of The Bewitched Viking which I hadn't gotten very far into anyway ~ I'll read it next. How to Drive a Dragon Crazy is one of a series about dragons and their mates who they "Claim" and it's a mating for life. It's a wonderfully, enjoyable series and I highly recommend it especially to anyone who likes reading about shapeshifters. The books in the series are as follows ~

Dragon Actually

About a Dragon

What a Dragon Should Know

Last Dragon Standing

Supernatural {anthology{

The Dragon Who Loved Me

How to Drive a Dragon Crazy

And here's the summary ~

Some things never go away, like vile enemies, bad ale, and annoying kin. But I thought I was finished with the one dragon I'd have done anything for: Eibhear the Blue, a big, gorgeous, blue-haired beast who thinks the world belongs to him. The world and, apparently, me. So if Eibhear wants to play the caring hero and travel into the most forsaken of Gods forsaken lands to protect the one woman who doesn't need it - namely me - I'll let him. Because while I'm trying to fulfill a ridiculous quest for a pushy god, I'm going to draw this over confident warlord much too close, rekindle his fires, and enjoy every minute of his delicious defeat...

5 years ago

I'm about halfway thru How to Drive a Dragon Crazy and it's a great book so far. After starting it, I received 3 books that I've been eagerly waiting for so the Viking book has been pushed back again. I had to do the "eenie, meenie, minie, mo...." thing to figure out which of the 3 books I'm going to reaad next! lol

5 years ago

I finished How to Drive a Dragon Crazy and it was an excellent book, a definite 5 stars!

I started reading Rescue My Heart by Jill Shalvis. It's a series about 3 brothers {two are related and one is a foster brother, they were all raised together} who have a large animal clinic that they run together called Belle Haven. Each book centers on one brother and how he meets the love of his life. The books are as follows ~

Animal Magnetism

Animal Attraction

Rescue My Heart

The summary for Rescue My Heart is as follows ~

After a tragic stint in the National Guards, Adam Connelly returns to Idaho and to Belle Haven, the animal shelter he owns with his brothers. All Adam wants is to be alone. Then he opens the door to the past—the woman whose heart he once broke. Still gorgeous, still tough-as-nails, but this time, unusually vulnerable.
Holly learned the hard way to never depend on a man for anything. Now, of all men, Adam is the last one she wants to see, and the only one she needs. Her father has gone missing in the Bitterroot Mountains and she could use someone with tracking skills to help find him.
For Holly and Adam, each with their ghosts, a trek this desperate, this unpredictable, and this intimate, will have its share of risks—including opening their hearts one more time.
5 years ago

Darla, your so amazing with keeping up here posting all these books for us. You better keep this thread up awhile, I need to write this all down.LOL  Hey, have you ever was into a book so much but kept getting bugged by someone to do this or that? Had to put it down more than once? Kept happening to me today when I thought I could get some reading time in but my husband kept bugging me for things to help with. Sigh. Almost finish reading the Haunted on Bourbon Street and getting to an exciting part. Guess I'll finish later on tonight when no one needs me. Yes, Since Jade the character in the story does beadmaking, I can relate to what she does and the tools and how you even feel doing it. It is quite relaxing if you have a passion for it.

5 years ago

Sally, thank you for your kind words! They mean alot to me. I  absolutely love reading and sharing what I read with others is great. I'll keep this thread up for as long as anyone is responding to it. As long as I get at least one person responding I'll know that the thread is wanted and I have no problem keeping up the thread infinitely. I know what you mean about bead making being relaxing if you have a passion for it as I am that way about my crafts including counted cross stitch. Yes, I've been in the situation where I'm really into a book but keep getting interupted. It's very frustrating. I'm sure you'll finish Haunted on Bourbon Street soon. Sounds like you're enjoying it!

 

I finished Rescue Me and it was great. I'll give it 5 stars. I liked it b'cuz she made Holly and Adam seem very real. Adam deals with PTSD and thinks he's less whole b'cuz of it while Holly feels like she can't trust herself with a man b'cuz she made such a big mistake with her ex-husband. They each have baggage they must deal with in order to make a relationship out of it.

 

I started Mortal Ties by Eileen Wilks and am almost halfway thru it. It's a great book so far. Mortal Ties is part of a series about the Lupi {wolf shapeshifters} and a world where the magical have come out of the closet and how the world works now. The series is about Rule Turner, a Lupi,  and Lily Yu, his mate. The books follow from when he first meets her  to this book where they are planning their wedding in a bit over 2 months. The books are well written and all the characters are a great fit into the world. They "worship" the Lady and the bad guys worship the Old One neither of which is to be named. The books in the series are as follows ~

Tempting Danger

Mortal Danger

Blood Lines

Night Season

Mortal Sins

Blood Magic

Blood Challenge

Death Magic

Mortal Ties

Here's the summary on Mortal Ties ~

'Eileen Wilks is a truly gifted writer,' Romance Junkies and her Novels of the Lupi have drawn readers into a seductive world of action, suspense, and passion. Now, FBI agent Lily Yu tracks a traitor into the darkest shadows yet . . .FBI agent Lily Yu is living at Nokolai Clanhome with her fiancé, lupi Rule Turner, when an intruder penetrates their territory, stealing the prototpye of a magical device the clan hopes will be worth a fortune—if a few bugs can be worked out . . . But the protoytpe can be dangerously erratic, discharging a bizarre form of mind magic—and it looks like the thief wants it for that very side effect. Worse, whoever stole the device didn't learn about it by accident. There's a Nokolai traitor in their midst. Lily and Rule have to find the traitor, the thief, and the prototype. One job proves easy when the thief calls them—and his identity rocks Rule's world. As they race to recover their missing property, they find Robert Friar's sticky footprints all over the place. Robert Friar--killer, madman, and acolyte of the Old One the lupi are at war with—an Old One whose power is almost as vast as her ambition to rock the entire world . . .

5 years ago

Darla, I think your doing a great job, I know I've found authors I've never read until I saw your comments on them. I used to do counted cross stitch until I had cataract removed from both eyes and can't see up close well enough now, plus my hands cramp too much, enjoyed it though. keep up the good work.

5 years ago

Sandi, thank you so much, your words are much appreciated and deeply felt. I'm glad you've found authors you've never read before. I've had the same happen to me. I'm sorry that you can't do counted cross stitch anymore. It is hard for me to do it as my hands cramp up and the muscles across my upper back spasm so I only do special projects and make them small.

5 years ago

Okay, I finished reading the Haunted On Bourbon Street and I give it a 5 stars as well. Now I'm trying to decide which book I want to get into reading next. As for the interruptions, I guess it would be better for me to do most of my reading at night undisturbed. This way I can read how ever late I want. I too, never knew half of these aurthors you have posted. So keep up the good work, I love how you bring out what it's about in the books and rating it. Good way to know if it will be a book to enjoy reading or not.

5 years ago

Sally, glad you enjoyed Haunted on Bourbon Street. I sometimes have a problem deciding what to read next but I usually figure it out. I have all kinds of books on my Kindle that I still need to read and quite a pile from the library. Yes, reading at night is great. I was up til way after midnight reading last night then up again at shortly after 7 this morning to read again! I'm glad to be able to bring something to the table here and I truly appreciate your kind words.

 

I finished reading Mortal Ties and it was awesome! I definitely give it 5 stars but this is also most definitely one where you'll need to read the whole series to know what's going on. I highly recommend it though. You'll love Lily and Rule.

 

My next book is part of a series by Keri Arthur. The Dark Angels series is about a woman named Risa Jones who is half werewolf, half Aedh. It follows her on a series of events where she solves a mystery of sorts. The book I'll start reading next is called Darkness Hunts and the books in the series are as follows ~

Darkness Unbound

Darkness Rising

Darkness Devours

Darkness Hunts

Here is the summary ~

Risa Jones, half-Aedh/half-werewolf, can enter the realm between life and death. She can speak to the dying and the dead, and she can see the reapers, collectors of souls. What she can not yet see is the identity of a stranger murdering women and draining their blood. Now Risa must summon her gifts to find him, even if it means putting her own life in danger. But Risa needn’t look far. The killer knows who she is.   He tells her his victims are infected by darkness and he’s fated to destroy them. Fascinated by Risa, he engages her in a sinister game: the chance to save the life of his next victim by deciphering his series of clues. In a race against time, she enlists the help of the reaper Azriel.   But as an attraction between them grows, so does the fear that the stranger’s motives are only part of a larger, more dangerous stratagem—one that that has lured Risa and Azriel into the dark.

5 years ago

Hello SJHSantaGift Finished Sandra Brown's The Switch, Really good read with surprise ending. I think you'll like it Darla.  I'm going to read Linoln Child & douglas Preston's Dig 2 graves next. I don't seem to get much done once I start reading so won't start into later. Love to all.

5 years ago

Sandi, good to hear about The Switch. It's on  the way here from the library so I'll be getting it soon. I know what you mean about not getting much done when you read but thankfully I don't have much to do since Ray does the majority of the housework. I'm supposed to take care of my garden which includes watering my mini roses everyday and I often forget to water til the next day b'cuz I'm deep in a book!

 

Thubten, just thought you might like to know that Keri Arthur's Dark Angels series is set in Australia.

 

There's some characters {Risa's aunt and uncle} in there from her previous series, the Riley Jensen Guardian series. The Riley Jensen series features Riley Jensen and her twin brother Rhoan who are half werewolf and half vampire. They work for the Directorate and solve crimes. It's an excellent series {and also set in Australia}. The books in the Riley Jensen Guardian series are as follows ~

Full Moon Rising

Kissing Sin

Tempting Evil

Dangerous Games

Embraced by Darkness

The Darkest Kiss

Deadly Desire

Bound to Shadows

Moon Sworn



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5 years ago

Sandi, forgot to tell you that I really like the snowbear tag!

5 years ago

Almost finished with Darkness Hunts by Keri Arthur. I have less than 1/4 of the way to go! It's an excellent book ~ lots of twists and turns in the plot.

5 years ago

I finished Darkness Hunts and it was excellent! I can hardly wait for the next book in the series which comes out in June 2013.

 

 

I started The Bewitched Viking by Sandra Hill again today. Since it's been a few days since posting about this one, I'll post the summary again. Remember to read The Blue Viking first if you choose to read both books.

"Even fierce Norse warriors have bad days. 'Twas enough to drive a sane Viking mad, the things Tykir Thorksson was forced to do--capturing a red-headed virago, putting up with the flock of sheep that follows her everywhere, chasing off her bumbling brothers. But what could a man expect from the sorceress who had put a kink in the King of Norway's most precious body part? If that wasn't bad enough, Tykir was beginning to realize he wasn't at all immune to the enchantment of brash red hair and freckles. Perhaps he could reverse the spell and hold her captive, not with his mighty sword, but with a Viking man's greatest magic: a wink and a smile."

5 years ago

Okay, I decided to go into the list of ebooks I already downloaded and went for a fantasy book, titled : The Eye of the Crystal Ball by Willow Rose.  So far it is okay but not really finding myself into it. Just one of those I may get back to later. So I am in limbo right now deciding still yet. I guess I should write some of these books down that Darla has shared here and go through them. Thank you Darla.

5 years ago

I hope to finish McCrumb's book, SHE WALKS THESE HILLS today, I've been so busy that I am behind. Wish me luck I want to read CLAIMED next.

Sugar

5 years ago

Sally, I write down all the books in series that I read from the library. I find it helps me keep up with which book in the series I've read, which ones I need to read, etc. So, if it was in a series and you remember basically what it was about I can go back thru my list that way. Or I can list them all again as I did in Book Club 1 so you don't have to go back and see the list. I'm sorry you're not getting into that book. I know you'll find something else to read. You're welcome for the books I've listed.

 

Sugar, you'll finish it soon I'm sure. How's it going? Do you like it? I do wish you luck.

 

I'm about halfway thru The Bewitched Viking and it's a good book so far. Very humorous in places.

5 years ago

I have just begun reading Who Am I the biography of Pete Townsend of The Who. So far it's very interesting.

5 years ago

Witchy Cat Graphics & Comments

I decided to go back to a book I started reading but never really finished it. So going to do so. Darla~ I will take your advice on keeping what book is what in the series, that way I will know as well. Mark ones that I read off and rate it as well. Good idea. Well, it has been a awful down pouring rain and cold kind of day. Ready to get into a book and lose myself. G-nite all.

5 years ago

I finished my book, SHE WALKS THESE HILLS. I really enjoyed it even though there were many threads to the book. I will be going to the library and look for CHOSEN a little later today,

Sugar

5 years ago

Karen, good to have you here. Let us know how the book turns out. I'll bet you learn alot.

 

Sally, nice tag and so very true. I think it's great that you're going to keep track of the books in each series that you read. I have a small spiral {5"x7"} that I keep up with all the series I have read and as I read each book I check it off. Does sound like you have a perfect reading day there. Of course, any kind of day is perfect for reading as far as I'm concerned.

 

I read a book by Deborah Cooke called Ember's Kiss. It's one of a series about dragon shapeshifters who meet their perfect mates in a firestorm. There are good dragons called the Pyr and bad dragons called the Slayers. The book was a solid 5 stars keeping me on the edge of my seat so to speak with the happenings. Definitely a book I didn't want to put down {hence the faster than usual reading!}. The books in the series are as follows ~

Kiss of Fate

Kiss of Fire

Kiss of Fury

Winter Kiss

Whisper Kiss

Darkfire Kiss

Flashfire

Ember's Kiss

The summary for Ember's Kiss is as follows ~

For centuries, the shape-shifting dragon warriors known as the Pyr have hidden themselves from mankind, defending the earth's treasures in secrecy. But as the final reckoning with the Slayers—who are determined to eradicate both humans and the Pyr who protect them—heats up, even the most ancient secrets will be revealed . . .Brandon Merrick is determined to banish his shifter nature forever. The charismatic tattooed surfer is on the cusp of the ultimate challenge—to prove himself on the whitecaps of Hawaii and secure his future as a pro surfer. But his dragon isn't prepared to be tamed so easily . . .One look at marine biologist Liz Barrett ignites the spark of a firestorm: Liz is his destined mate and his chance for happiness. While Brandon sees their first night together as just the beginning, his dragon seizes the upper hand. Awakening in the company of a raging dragon challenges Liz's ability to believe her own eyes. Can Brandon accept his inner beast in time to make it work with Liz?Neither one realizes Brandon is caught in an ancient Slayer's scheme to enslave him. When the deadly plot ignites, the very island will be at risk . . . and Brandon and his mate could be the ultimate sacrifice.

 

I started reading an anthology called Blood Lite III Aftertaste edited by Kevin J Anderson with several authors including Jim Butcher, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Kelley Armstrong, and Heather Graham. The summary for it follows ~

Sink your teeth into a smorgasbord of macabre morsels laced with horrific humor in this all-new Blood Lite collection! Whether you shriek with laughter or scream in fear . . . well, that’s simply a matter of taste.

Jim Butcher’s wizardly PI Harry Dresden pranks some high-tech monster seekers—and attempts to save a friend’s son whose life-energy is slowly being drained by an unknown adversary in “I Was a Teenage Bigfoot.” The Author from Hell has dropped dead, but a stressed-out editor is harassed by her emails from beyond the grave in Sherrilyn Kenyon’s “A Day in the Life.” The flesh is weak— and possibly even rotting—as a teenage virgin werewolf discovers on a visit to a brothel in Kelley Armstrong’s “V Plates.” Murder comes alive in “Mannequin,” by Heather Graham, as two thrill-seeking couples “axe” for trouble at a B&B with a bloody history.

Plus twenty-six other tales to tempt and terrorize you. . . .

5 years ago

Sugar, your post wasn't here when I began my post, sorry about that. Glad you liked the book She Walks These Hills. Hope you enjoy Chosen too. Have fun at the library.

5 years ago

Hi Darla, I looked for Chosen at my library and there were 2 of that title, but the authors were wrong,. I just checked the author again here so make sure I didn't made a mistake with the author. I will ask for help from the librarian the next time I am there. I got a cowboy book and QUICKSAND by Johansen to read.

Hey, wishing everyone a Merry Christmas again and again!!!!

Sugar

5 years ago

Sugar, sorry you couldn't find Chosen at th elibrary but it sounds like you got some good books. Iris Johansen is a great author.

 

I finished Blood Lite III this morning aand it was okay. Some of the stories were very good {like Kelley Armstrong's V Plates and Sherrilyn Kenyon's A Day in the Life} but others were just okay and still others I couldn't get into so I skipped over them. All in all, I give the book 3 stars. If you can find it at the library then it would be worth getting for the good stories but I wouldn't spend money on it.

I'm beginning a book by Dean Koontz called Odd Hours. It's one in a series about a guy named Odd Thomas who has ghostly companions and can communicate with the dead. He is from Pico Mundo, California and was a short order cook at Pico Mundo Grille there. He is driven to travel, his destinations given to him by intuition. The books in the series are as follows ~

Odd Thomas

Forever Odd

Brother Odd

Odd Hours

Odd Apocalypse

Odd Interlude {1/1/2013}

The summary of Odd Hours is ~

Haunted by dreams of a powerful red tide, Odd Thomas, accompanied by two otherworldly sidekicks--his dog Boo and the Chairman of the Board--is drawn to a small California coastal town, where nothing is at it appears and where he confronts overwhelming and sinister forces out to stop his quest.

5 years ago

Grrrr, I separated the paragraphs about the books but it didn't show up that way here. Sorry abou that.

5 years ago

Happy  Holidays everyone.

5 years ago

Miscellaneous Christmas Comments

Happy holidays to all here. Been busy for the past few days so haven't had time to read. Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas!! Happy reading as well.

5 years ago

Sandi, love the singing kitty! Thanks for sharing.

 

 

Sally,  love the kitten sleeping on the ornament! Thanks for sharing.

 

I'm still on Odd Hours. It's good so far.

 

Merry Christmas everyone!!!!

5 years ago

Well, I got 2 Amazon gift certificates totally $75! I got all the books by Catherine Anderson that I've been wanting for my collection!

I finished Odd Hours by Dean Koontz and it was good. I'll give it 4 stars. I'm now starting Odd Apocalypse which is the next book in the series. Here's the summary ~

The woman astride the ghostly mount reaches out desperately, the latest spirit to enlist the aid of Odd Thomas, the unassuming young fry cook whose gift—or curse—it is to see the shades of the restless dead, and to help them when he can. This mission of mercy will lead Odd through realms of darkness he has never before encountered, as he probes the long-held secrets of a sinister estate and those who inhabit it. ODD APOCALYPSE Once presided over by a flamboyant Hollywood mogul during the Roaring ’20s, the magnificent West Coast property known as Roseland is now home to a reclusive billionaire financier and his faithful servants. And, at least for the moment, it’s also a port in the storm for Odd Thomas and his traveling companion, the inscrutably charming Annamaria, the Lady of the Bell. In the wake of Odd’s most recent clash with lethal adversaries, the opulent manor’s comforts should be welcome. But there’s far more to Roseland than meets even the extraordinary eye of Odd, who soon suspects it may be more hell than haven. A harrowing taste of Roseland’s terrors convinces Odd that it’s time to hit the road again. Still, the prescient Annamaria insists that they’ve been led there for a reason, and he’s promised to do his best for the ghost on horseback. Just how deep and dreadful are the mysteries Roseland and her masters have kept for nearly a century? And what consequences await whoever is brave, or mad, enough to confront the most profound breed of evil? Odd only knows. Like his acclaimed creator, the irresistible Odd Thomas is in top-notch form—as he takes on what may well be the most terrifying challenge yet in his curious career.

5 years ago

Wow Darla! that is great getting an Amazon gift certificate. I am trying to finish a book I started reading awhile ago but there is always something coming up and then I'm too tired to read. But yet, I want to look up for more books to add on to my Kindle. Lately it is mostly playing word games that I downloaded on there. I have a request to crochet another scarf to a friend's granddaughter. So I need to get started on that. Thanks again Darla for the rating on the book and a brief summary of what it is about. I still have to write all these down.

5 years ago

SAlly, yes, I was very thankful for the Amazon gift certificates! Ray and our son were very generous. While I was shopping for books on Amazon, I found some more free books for my Kindle. Will let you know bout them when I read them but they sounded good. You crochet? That's great. How sweet of you to crochet a scarf for a friend's granddaughter. You're welcome for the rating on the book. You'll get them all written down eventually.

5 years ago

Darla Wow Amazon gift certificat, I love that placed. I finished rereading  Temptation by Jude Deveraux. Haven't started another one yet. I like some of Dean Koontz read brother odd or was it odd thomas. I like his earlier books better. Have you spent all your $75 yet?

5 years ago

Sandi, yes, I love Amazon too. It's especially great since I get free 2 day shipping on so many items. All of my books were included in the free shipping! Yes, I spent all my $75 and got quite a few books too. I even got some special that was strictly Amazon ~ four for three or something like that, basically I got 2 books free. One of the books I bought was a pre-order on a Yasmine Galenorn book, th enext in the series I collect. Most of the others were CAtherine Anderson books to complete my collection of her books and I got another book I haven't read yet that's about a jaguar shapeshifter. I also got some EnerGel pens in purple and blue. It was cheaper to get the pens {the purple ones which I already have, the blue ones were new} b'cuz it was $6.70 for 2 pens while one refill was $2.50 plus $3.99 shipping {no free shipping on the refill for some reason}. The Dean Koontz series is about a guy named Odd Thomas and the first book is the series is called Odd Thomas but there's also a book in the series called Brother Odd.

 

I  finished Odd Apocalypse and it was good. I'll give it 4 stars.

 

I started reading Midnight's Warrior by Donna Grant. It's part of a series about Druids and Warriors {immortal men with gods in them}. It's a wonderful series and I highly recommend it. The books in the series are ~

Midnight's Master

Midnight's Lover

Midnight's Seduction

Midnight's Warrior

And here's the summary on Midnight's Warrior ~

For ten long years, Tara has been a woman on the run, hiding from the magic-wielding Warriors and Druids of modern-day Scotland. Now, as a tour guide at a remote Highland castle, she hopes to finally escape her past - until one impossibly gorgeous man enters her life... and exposes her wildest secrets.For centuries, Ramsey MacDonald has concealed his strength and skill as part Warrior, part Druid, for fear of unleashing the full force of his power. But when he takes Tara into his arms - and seals their fate with a kiss - Ramsey will have to fight for her love... though it may mean losing control of the magic inside him.

5 years ago

I'm going to close this thread and start book club 5. Thanks for everything you've posted here and please join me in book club 5.

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