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posts on 8/29/2006 11:42:46 PM md-I enjoyed The Bride and The Wedding equally. I will admit however that The Wedding had a slower start. I agree that there is a story in Quinlan and Brenna's sister getting together. I also think that if you don't mind Alex and Jamie getting older there is probably a story in their daughter Grace. That little one had a lot of energy. LOL
posts on 8/29/2006 11:16:06 PM thanks I will. I was over on the other site here for Linda Howard and I saw you folks talking about a book but I didn't know which one you were talking about for 9/5. this must be it.
posts on 8/29/2006 10:04:52 PM md, The author is JR Ward and the third book in the Black Dagger series comes out next week. You do not have to read them in order because each stands alone. But you will want to read them all. Block out time because the brotherhood will take over. It is pretty intense and HOT but does not cross the line to tacky. The names are spelled old world so don t let that be a reason to avoid. Lover Awakened is about Z, such a bad boy that needs love, and will be released Sept.5. Try it.

posts on 8/28/2006 4:39:46 PM a sequel to Quinlin's story with Brenna's sister would be wonderful. I like him too.JG certainly left the end of the story room for a sequel no doubt. I found the Wedding to be not as good as Ransom for some reason. Yet I adored the Bride. Saving Grace was also terrific. I felt so bad for her when her brother was sent away even though her husband had just cause.
posts on 8/28/2006 2:15:26 PM MD, Yes I agree with you! The Secret is my favorite, probably b/c it was the first one I read. Ransom is a great sequel and The Bride was great also. The Wedding was a good follow up to The Bride. It would be nice if she did a sequel to the wedding with Quinlin's story.
posts on 8/28/2006 8:10:25 AM does this site allow you to post right after another or do you have to wait for the next person to post and then you can again? I was having trouble continuing with a post last night. 3 yrs! that is sad. you are right the mckenzie men would not have waited 3yrs no way no how,LOL. I heard it was very slow and boring. I didn't care for Kiss Me While I Sleep either much. I guess her more recent suspense works are not doing it for me. Are you referring to Mary Janice Davidson? If so I tried but couldn't get into her,maybe b/c I am not a vampire kind of person. I lean toward werewolve and paranormal. But I am willing to give her another shot and I would love to hear any author suggestions if you have them. Love
posts on 8/27/2006 11:33:27 PM md, You're one of the lucky one's if you didn't suffer through LH Cover of Night. Ugh. Boring. The hero had waited for 3 years for the widow to notice him and it took 300 pages for any action between them. If after a 3 year wait that's the best he could do...When I think of Gray and Joe and their intensity. If you're interested in another author I'll pass it on. She's real new and creating quite a buzz. It's about Vampires. Now before you say 'I don't like Vampire books', I was relunctant to try her but I am so glad I did. Totally fresh look.
posts on 8/27/2006 10:56:28 PM exactly.I have been so disappointed in LH's last several books that I didn't even buy this last one. I have no interest in reading it. Yet I can't wait for her to release her next book the sequel to To Die For. It was this book that I really learned to like writing in the first person. The roses series of JG's was not what kept my attention.
posts on 8/27/2006 9:54:49 PM md, LH last three books have been less than they could be. It's quite disappointing, too. Before that there was not a single book, well except for the very,very early ones that I didn't love and of course keep. Who would you be the model woman for? For the Roses was beautiful, but like you said the Roses series was not as good. It felt like they were almost churned out.
posts on 8/27/2006 9:43:48 PM LOL I will let her know about your request.I am so looking forward to her next book. I find she is one author along with Linda Howard that I just keep reading her books over and over again. I found that JG's Rebellious Desire is one that I had to read a second time after the first to better understand it. It was a historical time but not the middle ages like so many of her historicals.
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