June 12th, 2012 by Sasha White
I’m late, I’m late….

DOes the title sound familiar? Yes, one of my favorite reads is Alice in Wonderland. So I’ll start my Reading post for this Theme week with that.
WHat else will I read this summer?
I just finished Dark Frost by Jennifer Estep and I enjoyed it, but I’m really not much for YA. I like this series because the kids are pretty kick-ass, and it’s set in the same world as her Elemental Assassin series. Which leads me to the next Gin Blanco book. Widow’s Web will be out in August.

I also finally had the time to pick Breaking Point off my TBR pile, and catch up with Pamela Clare’s I-Team. If you haven’t been reading these and you enjoy romantic suspense, you really should.Start here.

Offhand I can;t really think of anything else I’m waiting for…but chances are real good I’ll reread some of the InDeath books by J.D. Robb. I like to do that every now and then. Or maybe some of the first Stephanie Plum books. I like to reread the first 7 every now and then as well.

I’m looking for some new to me authors to try out though..anyone have any suggestions. I’ll read pretty much any genre except historical. :)

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3 comments to “I’m late, I’m late….”

  1. Karen A Einsel
     · June 12th, 2012 at 6:52 pm · Link

    Well let’s see I liked “Near Death” and “Frozen Past” By Richard C Hale and then I also enjoyed “The Butterfly and The Bull” by Stuart Haddon. And I can’t go without shamelessly plugging my own, “Kyle & Kelly The Perfect Party Planner” A sweet short romance and “The Good Dr. Grant” A sexy romance. If you’d like to do a quick review, good or bad but constructive, I’ll be happy to send you an e-book copy just send me an email.

  2. Barbara Brooke
     · June 12th, 2012 at 9:10 pm · Link

    Here comes another “shameless” book plug :) “Glimmers” is a fun, light-hearted romance, with a twist. If you are interested, I’ll send you a copy. You can read more about it on Amazon and Goodreads. Thanks.

  3. Jenny
     · July 21st, 2012 at 11:23 pm · Link

    I love Alice and Wonderland too. That story has so many interesting characters it seems someone is always coming up with a new take. Actually, I just read an ebook called “Her Mad Hatter” by Marie Hall. It’s sort of an extension of Alice and Wonderland, but with a little alternate universe/what-if thing going on. It was very good.

    As for my to be read pile, I’d like to find a Scottish/Historical/Erotic/Paranormal Romance. Still hunting for the perfect one . . .


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