Tuesday, January 10, 2012

What's The Last Book You Really Enjoyed?

Yesterday I asked Twitter what their last good book was and got some new to me suggestions so I thought I'd do a post here asking the same question.

Comment and share what the last book you read and really enjoyed was - maybe you'll introduce a new author or book to our other readers!

Here are a few of the titles mentioned on Twitter yesterday to get the ball rolling:

Dragon Actually by G.A. Aiken














The Pleasure Of Your Kiss by Teresa Medeiros




What about you - What was your last good book? It doens't have to be a new release, just the last book you really didn't want to put down or end!

6 comments:

  1. Oracle's Moon by Thea Harrison and before that, Serpent's Kiss by Thea Harrison. LOVED. BOTH.

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  2. "Tales From The Crib" by Jennifer Coburn! It's a Chick/Mom Lit and even though I'm not a mom, I loved the laugh out loud humor! This is definitely a book I'll never forget!

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  3. The last books that I truly, truly enjoyed were DAUGHTER OF SMOKE & BONES by Laini Taylor and PRIDE & PASSION by Charlotte Featherstone. Both are about love and passion that goes above & beyond!

    I *highly* recommend those two!
    ♥Isalys / Book Soulmates

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  4. I just finished reading Shaedes of Gray by Amanda Bonilla and I really loved it. A fantastic kick ass heroine, lots of unusual supernatural creatures, and an action packed story that kept me guessing. I can't wait for the next book in the series. The other recent read that I absolutely fell in love with was Cherie Priest's Bloodshot, another really fantastic paranormal story with an unusual cast of characters.

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  5. Shiloah - I've heard so many great things about Thea's books and she was the most mentioned author when I asked this question on twitter. I really need to read her!

    Loving these other suggestions too - all new to me authors!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Divergent was my first read of the year and was a fantastic choice. LOVED IT. More recently I read Henry's Sisters and loved that one too :)

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