Saturday, September 08, 2012

Sweetness Georgia series by Stephanie Bond

Baby, I'm Yours
Baby, Drive South
Baby, Come Home
Baby, Don't Go

This set of books based in Sweetness, Georgia, a fictional town in the mountains north of Atlanta is a cheesy but fun one. The characters are easy to like and the sentimentality of trying save a small town made for pleasant reading.

Another Sweetness GA story Baby, I'm Back is In the anthology "SEAL of my Dreams.". I will be checking it out as soon as I find time.

Fever series by Katen Marie Moning

Read this series earlier this summer and loved it. The titles are: DarkFever, BloodFever, FaeFever, DreamFever and ShadowFever.

It's a mix of fantasy and romance with a defined contemporary timeline. The series is complete with the fifth book, but the possibility of further books was left open. I would love for her to explore the lives of some of the other supporting characters in this series.

Thursday, September 06, 2012

Baby, Don't Go by Susan Andersen

This is a re-read but I enjoyed it just as much the second time around.

The characters are flawed but funny. They have just enough honesty to them to compel you to continue reading after the hero of the story is set up as a flake in the prologue.

The supporting cast are a good time as well... And I'm fairly certain there are no follow up books to connect to this one, but the author could have easily continued with this world.

Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Finished the Body Movers series

Perhaps finished is not the best description. I have read all the available books up to 6 Killer Bodies. Book four is called 4 Bodies and a Funeral and five is 5 Bodies to Die For.

Totally surprised at the conclusion of book six! Which is something that rarely happens to me.

Definitely want to recommend this series, especially if you are a fan of the Bubbles, Plum or Eve Dallas books. I think those readers will enjoy these books. Lots of mystery surrounding the supporting cast to keep you following the storylines.

Stephanie Bond's "Body Movers" series

I just fished book three of this series... And the writing has improved with each one. Surprisingly, other than the second book I have been surprised at the reveal of the "bad guy" at the end. The titles are Body Movers, 2 Bodies for the Price of 1, and 3 Men and a Body.

I must admit, I'm hooked. If we are choosing men... I'm going to go with Jack, but a lot of people will likely choose Coop... :) I suggest at least getting through the first book. If you like the two main characters you too will continue to the next story very quickly.

They move quickly, so you won't need to set aside a long time to finish them.