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Circus of the Damned
Laurell K. Hamilton
Loving Lauren
Jill Sanders
Guilty Pleasures - Laurell K. Hamilton

It wasn't what I was expecting from book, it kept me interested in the overall story. The main character, Anita was hard to related to in the begin with, but as the book went along you hard some idea on what she was doing and why she was doing it.

I was a little annoyed on having 4 characters that where important with the story line "killed" through out the book. Saying this it hasn't stopped me from starting the 2nd book in the series.

Mockingjay - Suzanne  Collins

Well end of a  series lol it took me a while to get into the book but I enjoyed it all the same. 


My heart broke when Finncher was killed

Mockingjay - Suzanne  Collins

Well end of a  series lol it took me a while to get into the book but I enjoyed it all the same. 


My heart broke when Finncher was killed

Catching Fire - Suzanne  Collins

Like the previous book, just couldn't put it down. 


Even though the movie's are based on the books and there is no comparison. 


So many details that seems important to the story line in the movie are in the book.  


If you don't like movies based on books this is one that will not disappoint on the book front. Easy to read, you can imagine the characters interacting with each other. This emotionally roller-coaster that Katniss goes on with her feelings for Gale and Peeta. 


The only thing I didn't like and very minor, is Katniss's over thinking about everything she does that has flow on effect to her family and friends. 


The Hunger Games - Suzanne  Collins

Oh my good!!!!!! It is the quickest book I have read in the longest time.


I couldn't put this book down. It has so long time since  I have been able to  relate with a character in such a that I did with Katniss. To prove the Capitol wrong, protecting Rue and Prim the way she did, but also the improvisation with the romance with Peeta.


Recommended this book to anyone who likes books that have a futuristic theme.

The Wounded Hawk  - Sara Douglass

Really enjoy read Sara Douglass's books, there have very similar themes but when I reread her books I find something that I didn't see before. 


This is the second time around of reading this book and still enjoy the characters, seeing how the characters change the way people in real life change and once someone thinks that 's who you are they are surprised how wrong with what they thought. 


This is the second book of the series but if you aren't sure about these types of books this series is a good place to start. 

Her Last Love Affair - Clara James

It was a okay book for me. The reason is because it was slow and hard for me to get into. 

Club Shadowlands - Cherise Sinclair

All I can say is that I could not put this book down. 

Teasing Trent - Minx Malone

Liked how the book warns the reader what to expect(eg sex and toys are used) before reading the first page. 


Nice for a novella, it as a pre-sequel hmmm didn't interest me to read more. 



Offside - Juliana Stone

Really enjoyed reading this book, again another series of books I will be reading. 

Secret Seduction - Jill Sanders

Really enjoyed the book, it kept me wanting more and couldn't get enough of the characters. I was disappointed that you didn't find out who was behind one of the plots until the very end but for me it ensured that I read the other books in the series.