July 18th, 2007
My To Be Read Pile….

…oh. It gives me zee tingles.


Missing is the Prince of Fire, by Linda Winstead Jones (it was on my coffee table when I took the picture).

As you can see, there is lots of romance in my pile right now. I’m on a romance kick at the moment. Normally you would see lots more fantasy and less romance. I think because I write it, it kinda feels like work to read it. But right now I’m craving it. I picked up Venetia, by Georgette Heyer because it’s supposed to be a classic and I’ve seen it raved so often I finally had to give in. Same with Lord of Scoundrels, by Loretta Chase.

I joined Shelfari yesterday after being flooded with invites from other people who did. So if you want to friend me, go ahead.

I uploaded my TBR list there, if you want to look, plus a few other books I’m rereading, or just are perpetually in my pile. I think I could get down with Shelfari. Seems cool. However I couldn’t find Magic Lost, Trouble Found, by Lisa Shearin on there to add to my shelf. *grumble* Nor could I find The Eternal Rose, by Gail Dayton, but maybe that’s because the book isn’t out yet.

Now for another edition of books I have read lately…..


The Vampire Queen’s Servant, by Joey Hill

I liked it. Very dark and not for the faint of heart. Deliciously dark, in fact. There were a couple scenes that made me cringe, no doubt. I’m intrigued by the characters and definitely by their motivations. I want to know more, so I’ll be eagerly awaiting the next book. I’m a Joey Hill fan from way back, so I snatched this book right away.



Taking Chase, By Lauren Dane

Yes, Lauren is a friend, but that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy her writing too. This was actually a reread. I liked it as much the second time as I did the first time. Cassie Gambol is a great heroine and enjoyed her story very much. As an aside, from a distance, the man on the cover looks like Nicholas Cage.


Prince of Magic, by Linda Winstead Jones

I rarely will buy a book for its cover. I believe what my mama taught me about judging things that way. But when I saw this one, I wanted to lick it. This cover has a hawt man on it. Yum. That coupled with the fact its an historical fantasy romance (love!), made me buy it. It’s the first time I’ve read anything by this author. I loved it! The hero, Sian, lives up to the cover. I loved his character. I also very much enjoyed Ariana, the heroine. So, anyway, hooked on the series now.

3 comments to “My To Be Read Pile….”

  1. Anya,

    I hope you enjoy Magic Lost, Trouble Found. After you’ve read it, send me an email and let me know what you think. ; ) BTW — On my blog I’ll be regularly posting “outtakes” from MLTF — scenes and chapters that I loved, but just didn’t fit in the final version.

    Take care!

  2. Thanks for the sneak-peek at your TBR pile. It’s always interesting to see what people are going to read/ try new (and sometimes I come across books I haven’t heard of, so there are new ones for me to try too!)

    Thank you also for the copy of Witch Fire and the Ellora’s Cave cards – they arrived yesterday. I’m looking forward to reading WF at the weekend.

    Have a good weekend,


  3. You are so verra sweet. Thanks for the kind words. BTW, I totally thieved this idea from you (what are friends for?) and mine is up today, LOL.