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December 21st, 2006
Thursday Thirteen, #8 – Books I want to Read
Thirteen Things about MG Braden1. Wilde by Katherine Warwick – I’ve read both Dancing With His Heart and Noon. I liked Dancing With His Heart and I LOVED Noon. I can’t wait to read Wilde.

2. Sweet Revenge by Fern Michaels – part of a series of books of hers called the Sisterhood of the Revenge. I think I picked it up with book 3 but still I have enjoyed them. THey get a bit intese and one scene in the last book was horrifying; however, we all have to admit there are times when we wish we could exact punishment on those who get away with murder. I’m not saying that being a vigilante is good, it is not but it makes for good reading, especially in Ms. Michaels’ adept hands.

3. Succubus Blues by Richelle Mead – I’m not generally in to this sort of book but I have heard great things and lately my reading material has surprised me.

4. On the Edge by Shannon Stacey – OK, no she hasn’t finished writing it (it’s in draft form though – hooray!) but still I do want to read it and one can always hope that there is a Christmas miracle and it comes out next month! Nah, you can’t rush good suspense writing so I’ll back off (for now – muahahaha).

5. Over the Line by Cindy Gerard – I read To the Brink and loved it. It was fast paced and heart-pounding fun. That’s my kind of book.

6. Solomon’s Seal by Deborah Smith – This is a book she’s got online at present as she isn’t sure she can find a home for it. I’m not sure why as it is brilliant and different (ahhh maybe that’s why LOL). You can read it here . I searched Ms. Smith’s website out after reading The Crossroads Cafe which was one of the best books I’ve read in forever. I found Solomon’s Seal and began reading it. Perhaps if I had known what it was about I might not have started reading it but I did and I’m hooked. Publisher’s take note.

7. Gone by Jonathan Kellerman – I love his Alex Delaware novels and am ready for the next installment. What can I say, I think I’ve mentioned before I’m a sucker for continuity series.

8. Mad River Road by Joy Fielding – Puppet had a twist I did not expect, in fact I re-read it just to be sure. Having read the blurb on her latest release I believe I will have to read it. Of course, only when dh is home and all the lights are on!

9. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by JK Rowling – Nope, it’s not out until next July but I can’t wait. But yet, I can. It is the last one and I want to know so bad I can taste it. I also don’t want it to end. Sigh.

10. False Impression by Jeffrey Archer – I haven’t read him in a long time. Kane and Abel is one of my all time favourite novels. This one looks good so it’s on my list.

11. Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen – it just sounds intriguing to me. The circus, a boy turning into a man, dangerous romance. What’s not to like?

12. Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin – borrowing your friend’s fiance? Hmmm.

13. Love’s Blessings by MG Braden – LOL yes, well I want to read my own book once it’s out in April 2007. What can I say, I’m excited!

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