Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks! Such a fun meme to start in, if you want to know more or join up click here
i saw this at B&N and knew I had to pick it up…that gorgeous cover and the blurb…and the ratings of this book are fairly high so since I loved the previous book I just wanted to try this one out. And its the same price as the e book…so I do love a good paperback.
Captain Jack’s Woman is the first book of the Cynster’s…which I have never read…and I had though I had read all of the earlier books in the series (which I adored) so I can’t wait to delve into this one…and don’t you love this beautiful cover…I love the redesign…with the red cape and the ocean shore behind them and I do love a man in a simple white shirt.
I have read all of this author except this book…and those of you who have never read this author…well quite frankly you are missing out!! She is amazing! Her books are all contemporary, but they have a mystical or magical theme to them…and most of them include some sexy scots from the past….you can’t get better than that…I am thinking this summer to do a re read of her whole connected series…anyone want to join in…let me know 🙂
Okay…well I have never read this author, and I heard great reviews of this one….and I know “virgin” but I feel a kinship to virgins, I tend to relate with them more and so I love the blurb of this one…looks like it will be a good adventure.
I have started to get into the “New Adult” genre, and I am starting to really love it, and its rare to find interracial romances and so I thought that it was due. The only other author I have read that does interracial is Beverly Jenkins…so I am excited to see how this author does.
I have read the first two books in audio…and as much as I would have liked to listen to it, I just had to read this one…because quite frankly she and the youngest “Mercy” are my two favorite sisters of the four. I just finished it today and really liked it, and thankfully I was prepared about how her sisters treat her or I would have been as mad as a hornet at them.
Now I love gritty and tough romances…and this sounds just up my alley. You don’t find too many contemps like this one, that would appeal to me, but I love those recommendation…and even though I really shouldn’t be adding more books to my pile…I couldn’t resist in this one.
Now who doesn’t love this author right? I mean its JULIE GARWOOD of all people. I have been on a kick lately to listen to all of her historical audios…and I am almost done (sad)….but this one I am currently listening to and almost finished with it. But I love this story because its raw in emotion and I love the way Garwood paints her characters…especially her heroines…because even when they make foolish decisions (don’t we all though??) they make up for it in spunk, tenacity and the will to fight for their men. And those who have read this one….the whole battle in the forest scene is fantastic!!