Gads, I just love the dynamic duo of Braun and Books in the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences series. Dawn’s Early Light has them traveling to the Americas, in danger and advancing their partnership. James Langton is such an unbelievable pleasure to listen to and I just slip into the world. Steampunk, a suspenseful case, and deliciously good banter had me smiling.
I am hosting a little mini read-a-thon to get us through March. This will be very low-key and offer a small participant prize. The idea is to read and listen to books in your TBR pile. All book must have been published prior to March 1, 2015. Link up and join in the fun! We will interact via Twitter, and there may be some fun little prizes along the way, so be sure and follow using hashtag #TBRreadathon.
Dead Heat is the fourth book in the Alpha & Omega series by Patricia Briggs. I listened to the previous books but was offered an advanced print copy of Dead Heat. Ironically, I could still hear the narrator in my head as I read. For those who are curious, I fully intend to continue the series in audio format. Dead Heat was intense and brought us closer to Charles and Anna.
Beyond Limits by Laura Griffin is the eighth book in her Tracers series featuring FBI agent Elizabeth LeBlanc. Despite not reading any of the previous novels, I was able to jump right in and enjoyed this action packed romantic suspense. A second chance romance and terroristic threat on US soil kept me flipping the pages.
One Kiss More is the second book in the U.S. Marshals series by Mandy Baxter. Romantic suspense with banter and a little heat had me quickly caught up and I consumed this in a single afternoon.
First Time in Forever is the first book in Sarah Morgan’s new Puffin Island series and I fell in love with the characters and island folks. I am packing my bags folks and hope you decide to come with me. The series will center on Emily, Skylar and Brittany. They are friends who met in college and have remained friends who support each other. Each book will focus on one of them and it all takes place on Puffin Island.
At Wolf Ranch by Jennifer Ryan is the first in her Montana Men series. It has so many elements I love from the wide-open spaces to hot, strong, cowboys who just happen to be brothers. Catch me before I swoon! Ryan weaved suspense, a slow-burning romance and did it all in big sky country. I inhaled At Wolf Ranch and cannot wait for more.
I picked up Marine for Hire by Tawna Fenske when some of my favorite blogging buddies said it was a fun, sexy read. They did not have to twist my arm too far, since I loved the synopsis and have a soft spot for a man in uniform. Marine for Hire while predictable was fun, sexy and just so darn sweet. It made me smile.
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I enjoyed the first two books, but Fair Game by Patricia Briggs hooked me and I know without a doubt that I will continue the Alpha & Omega series. Filled with danger, humor and character development I love this world. Our little bunny is turning into one heck of an Omega.
I really enjoyed Silver Wolf Clan the first in the Silver Wolf Clan series by Tera Shanley and dove right into Black Wolf’s Revenge. Fast paced, with twists, drama and danger I quickly consumed this. Despite being a little annoyed to find this was another novella I am eager to continue Morgan and Grey’s story.