Recent reads for March

And to finish up the March posts: recent reads this month…

I recently had the great privilege to share coffee, great homemade muffins and chat about writing with a couple of friends of mine. One is a lovely lady and a great writer who’s on the cusp of being published (yes, Sandra, it’s you I’m talking about!) and the other is a published writer; a wonderful, generous lady who I feel privileged to know. She gave us both a signed copy of her latest book: “Ashblane’s Lady” and I stayed in bed most of this morning to finish reading it – which tells you just how compelling it is. Her hero, Alexander, and heroine, Madeleine, took my breath away and she transported me into their world so effectively I don’t even remember eating the breakfast or drinking the coffee my husband brought me.

‘Sophia’, thank you for gifting me with a signed copy of a book that’s definitely a keeper and one I will treasure. And thank you even more for taking the time to not only read one of my manuscripts, but ring me to tell me how much you liked it. That sort of compliment about my writing means more to me than I can ever express.

Other reads this month included:
-Menage a Magick by Lora Leigh
-Glass Houses by Rachel Caine
-Divine by Choice by P.C. Cast
-White Tigress by Jade Lee
-To the Nines by Janet Evanovich
-The Spanish Doctor’s Convenient Bride by Meredith Webber
-Reckless Conduct, In Bed With the Boss, by Susan Napier
-Flirting With Danger by Susan Enoch
-See Jane Score by Rachel Gibson
-The Paladin by C.J. Cherryh
-Working for the Devil by Lilith Saintcrow
-Breath of Magic by Teresa Medeiros
-Blood Bound by Patricia Briggs
-Visions of Heat by Nalini Singh (yay, Nalini! It’s a superb read – again!)
-Scandalous Lovers by Robin Schone
-Full Moon Rising by Keri Arthur
-The Dream Hunter by Sherrilyn Kenyon
-Moon Awakening by Lucy Monroe
-Cross Bones by Kathy Reichs
-The Bitten by L.A. Banks

Gotta go. It’s time for lunch and I’m still in my dressing gown.



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