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Old 06-27-2013, 10:30 AM   #1786
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Currently reading Book #44 of 65, "Sand Castle Bay". I'm ordinarily a Sherryl Woods fan and this doesn't disappoint-I know within the first few pages who's pairing up (either in this book or subsequent ones), I'm almost 40% thru and so far no steamy scenes, and it takes place near the ocean. What's not to love!? I think I might raise my goal to 75 books, but I'm thinking it should stay at 65 and I'll just secretly (well, it's no secret now!) hope for 75.
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Old 06-27-2013, 10:59 AM   #1788
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I was in a rut for awhile there! I think I left off at....

37/50: Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. Meh.

38/50: Wicked Games by Jessica Clare

Abby Lewis never pictured herself on the survival game show, Endurance Island. She's just not the 'survival' type. But when her boss offers her a spot on the show and the opportunity of a lifetime, she packs her bags and heads to the tropics to be a contestant.

Once in the game, it's clear that Abby's in over her head. The game itself is full of competitive, aggressive people, and no one's more aggressive than sexy, delicious - and arrogant - Dean Woodall. Sure he's clever, strong, good at challenges, and has a body that makes her mouth water. He also hates Abby just as much as she hates him. That's fine with her; she'll just ignore the jerk.

But the rules of Endurance Island are working against them. Abby and Dean are teamed up - alone - on the beach. It's either work together, or go home. Stuck with no one else's company but their own, they learn they do make a good team after all.

And that with just a little bit of kindling, the flames of hate can quickly turn to flames of passion. This book features enemies, lovers, enemies who become lovers, and lots and lots of tropical heat...


I read this because I love SURVIVOR, and it's pretty good, for a Kindle freebie!
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Old 06-27-2013, 11:09 AM   #1789
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I was in a rut for awhile there! I think I left off at....

37/50: Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. Meh.

38/50: Wicked Games by Jessica Clare

Abby Lewis never pictured herself on the survival game show, Endurance Island. She's just not the 'survival' type. But when her boss offers her a spot on the show and the opportunity of a lifetime, she packs her bags and heads to the tropics to be a contestant.

Once in the game, it's clear that Abby's in over her head. The game itself is full of competitive, aggressive people, and no one's more aggressive than sexy, delicious - and arrogant - Dean Woodall. Sure he's clever, strong, good at challenges, and has a body that makes her mouth water. He also hates Abby just as much as she hates him. That's fine with her; she'll just ignore the jerk.

But the rules of Endurance Island are working against them. Abby and Dean are teamed up - alone - on the beach. It's either work together, or go home. Stuck with no one else's company but their own, they learn they do make a good team after all.

And that with just a little bit of kindling, the flames of hate can quickly turn to flames of passion. This book features enemies, lovers, enemies who become lovers, and lots and lots of tropical heat...

I read this because I love SURVIVOR, and it's pretty good, for a Kindle freebie!
I think I'd like this one! Thanks!
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Still on 41 out of 80 books. Didn't get to finish reading the books I mentioned in a previous post on here. Had to bring them back to the library because there couldn't be renewed again.

Now I am reading: The House Girl by Tara Conklin and The Giving Quilt by Jennifer Chiaverini.
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I just completed A Girl Like You by Maureen Lindley. I really enjoyed this book. It is about a half-Japanese girl who is a tough upbringing under her harsh father but loving Japanese mother. Her father enlists in World War II and ends up being killed at Pearl Harbor. The girl and her mother are sent of to a "camp" for anyoen with a drop of Japanese in their blood.

This story shows a shameful part of the U.S. history as well as showing the predjudices the girl must deal with for being half Japanese/half white.

The book has a quite a bit of sadness in it but also some hope, joy and recovery.

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Old 06-27-2013, 09:12 PM   #1792
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Been too long since I posted my updates here. Also, I have not been in much of a reading mood lately, so have fallen way behind on my reading goal.

Books 37, 38 & 39 of 100

Book 37: Happy Ever After (Bride Quartet #4) by Nora Roberts

Summary by Goodreads:
Parker Brown turned the quartet's childhood game of Wedding Day into their dream jobs. And now she's the face of Vows—the one who meets every bride's demands; keeps every event on schedule; and brings Emma's romantic flowers, Laurel's delicious treats, and Mac's stunning photgraphy together in one glorious package. She knows how to make dreams come true...

Mechanic Malcom Kavanaugh loves figuring out how things work, and Parker Brown—with her mile-long legs—is no exception. But as a good friend to Parker's brother, Mal knows that moving from minor flirtation to major hookup is a serious step.

No man has rattled Parker in a long time, but the motorcycle-riding, raven-haired Mal seems to have a knack for it. His passionate kisses always catch her of guard, much like her growing feelings for him. Parker's business risks have always paid off, but now she'll have to take the chance of a lifetime with her heart


As with the rest, I love these books.

Book 38: Pros and Cons (O'Hare and Fox #0.5) By Janet Evanovich & Lee Goldberg

Summary from Goodreads: Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg have teamed up for a dynamic new series featuring an FBI agent who’s on the hunt—and a master con artist who’s enjoying the chase. The con is on in this eBook original short story that’s a triumphant prequel to The Heist.

FBI special agent Kate O’Hare has made it her mission to nail international con artist Nicolas Fox. When she discovers his plot to plunder a venture capitalist’s twentieth-story Chicago penthouse of all its cash and treasures at the same time that the self-proclaimed “King of Hostile Takeovers” is getting married, Kate is 85 percent—okay maybe 92 percent—sure that she’s finally going to bag Nick Fox.

Problem is, first Kate has to convince her boss, building security, and maybe even herself, that wedding planner Merrill Stubing is actually Nicolas Fox. Second, she has to figure out how to corner and capture him without disrupting the event of the year. And third, what’s going to happen once O’Hare finally gets her hands on Fox? It’s going take a pro to catch a con before the fireworks over Lake Michigan go off.

Includes a sneak peek of The Heist, the first novel in the highly anticipated new series from Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg!


This was a short story, and I had to turn around and buy the new book out The Heist, which I am now reading.

Book 39: Justice In Her Funny Bone by Lolly Raliegh

Review from B&N Website: Meet loveable but quirky Detective Molly O’Brien.
And meet her next assignment… a serial killer loose in Cranberry County.
As the murder list grows, Molly’s problems grow just as fast; her partner Jake follows the letter of the law, and is ruthless in his pursuit to find the vigilante. Devilish FBI agent Luke Foreman is assigned to the case and carries his own secrets. A bumbling detective compromising crime scenes. A hyperactive Chippendale Dancer who happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and worries he’s a suspect. And a gun found by Molly in her best friends closet that matches the one used in the crimes. Molly soon finds the boundaries of friendship, romance, and the law tested as justice fades to gray. This humorous mystery will keep you laughing and wondering ‘whodunit’ until the surprising conclusion.


This was a fun little summer read. I was kind of intrigued that it is a self published book, and as such has no chapter headings. If you are looking for for a thought provoking challenge, this is not it. If you want light fluff that will make you laugh, give it a try. Not the best book I have ever read, but certainly fun and kept me guessing throughout.
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Old 06-27-2013, 09:33 PM   #1793
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I just completed A Girl Like You by Maureen Lindley. I really enjoyed this book. It is about a half-Japanese girl who is a tough upbringing under her harsh father but loving Japanese mother. Her father enlists in World War II and ends up being killed at Pearl Harbor. The girl and her mother are sent of to a "camp" for anyoen with a drop of Japanese in their blood.

This story shows a shameful part of the U.S. history as well as showing the predjudices the girl must deal with for being half Japanese/half white.

The book has a quite a bit of sadness in it but also some hope, joy and recovery.
Wow, that sounds good...I'm putting it on my wishlist
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Old 06-27-2013, 09:34 PM   #1794
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Books 12 and 13 (goal of 40): Royal Assassin and Assassin's Quest

These are books 2 and 3 of The Farseer Trilogy by Robin Hobb. I really enjoyed this series, but the first book is my favorite. I enjoy books with lots of character development and dialogue, not so much action. The first book is all about relationship building, life at court, political intrigue- my cup of tea, completely. The next two books had a lot more action before returning to the relationships, plotting and intrigue that got me hooked on the series. A lot of the endgame was broadcast imo, but it still had an impact. I never cry at books and the last book did make me cry once. while reading. And, uh, once more when I thought about it again later that evening. I guess I consider that a good thing that the book moved me so.

Not sure what's next. Something not 800 plus pages, that's for sure.
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Old 06-27-2013, 09:58 PM   #1795
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Argh! I can't find my last post with my numbers (if anyone know how to do that, please let me know). And I haven't been keeping really good track,anyway. But here are the latest:

36. Laguna Heat, T. Jefferson Parker (decent, I may look for others by him)
37. Inferno, Dan Brown (better than his last one, the one set in DC, which I never finished)
38. Whiskey Beach, Nora Roberts (OK, so I like Nora Roberts -this was good)

There are a couple more - I'll have to find them.

Unfortunately for my reading, I've been on a Falling Skies tv show obsession lately. And I'd been working two jobs until earlier this week, so I'll get back to it! My stack of yet-to-reads is getting out of control.

ETA: I found it, so I put the numbers in. But if you know a better way than going through every page, please let me know!
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Thanks, sounds good! I couldn't find that particular book but my library had others by her. I checked out one and have another on hold. I like twists & turns that aren't obvious.

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What a great thread ... had fun reading through and seeing many books that I have read/enjoyed and others that I was not aware of. I did like Gone Girl and thought about checking out the above. Would be great to hear what you think. I just finished Earth Afire by Orson Scott Card.
It's getting better! I think I had just come from a string of fluffy summer books and this tone is so dark. The beginning was disturbing but now I am enjoying the changes in perspective and time periods. Sometimes I get tired when books flip from character to character and change time periods but it works here. I'm halfway done.
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Argh! I can't find my last post with my numbers (if anyone know how to do that, please let me know). And I haven't been keeping really good track,anyway. But here are the latest:
Go to your profile. There's a tab titled "statistics" where you can look up all of your posts. If you post frequently, you will still have many pages of posts to go through, but at least you can skim the thread titles in the list to find it more easily than skimming pages of this thread. I keep track in my sig, as do several others. That's the easiest way.
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I've only just started Zoo, but it has my interest so far! Last night I was out driving in the dark and started imagining lions, LOL! I have an overactive imagination!

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Oh no! You can't just "secretly" mention you are hoping for 75! You're already well over halfway there! I'm updating your goal!
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Finished #23 out of 50 (and still behind schedule, sigh).

Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter

Set in the present day and in the past in Hollywood and Italy, BEAUTIFUL RUINS is the story of a small group of men and women whose lives become entangled and forever joined from a scandal on the set of the legendary Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor film, CLEOPATRA.

The epicenter of the novel occurs on the coast of Italy in a forgotten town where a young man dreaming of becoming a hotelier and transforming his forgotten land into a tourist destination meets a dying actress who comes to stay with him. The time they spend together has a profound effect on both of their lives.

I'm not sure where to begin with this book. It was sad, but rewarding, poignant, full of regret, but yet with promise too. I only wish that the author would have developed the main characters of Dee and Pasquale more and spent less time on minor characters such as Claire and Shane.

I will probably reread this book at some point. It had so many great lines and messages contained within such as living in the moment rather than always waiting for the next big thing to happen in your life (a fault of mine). Some of my favorite quotes are:

Sometimes what we want to do and what we must do are not the same. Pasquale, the smaller the space between your desire and what is right, the happier you will be.

This is what happens when you live in dreams, he thought: you dream this and you dream that and you sleep right through your life.


And the biggest message of all that I absolutely hold dear to my heart because I personally struggle with this is this.

All we have is the story we tell. Everything we do, every decision we make, our strength, weakness, motivation, history, and character-what we believe-none of it is real; it's all part of the story we tell. But here's the thing: it's our *******ed story! (or goshdarnned since it asterisked out, lol)

The message here was not to let anyone else write YOUR story for you. Nobody has that right, but YOU. Nobody else gets to tell you WHO you are and how your life should be. Not your spouse nor your children nor your best friend nor your boss... and the list goes on and on.

And the saddest of all... and what I think is the main crux of the book:

His life was two lives now: the life he would have and the life he would forever wonder about.

OK, I should quit now, but it's hard. This book had so many gems!!

Next up: Zoo by James Patterson (I'm really excited to jump into this one!)
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Last post of mine I could find was book 46 so to continue....

47 sweet stuff by donna kauffman
48 before i fall by lauren oliver
49 night circus by erin morgnenstern
50 match me if you can by susan elizabeth perkins (3 stars)
51 what stays in vegas by beth labonte (4 stars - great light read)
52 this tangled thing called love by marie astor
53 dark chocolate by love barkhurst (3 stars)
54 a wedding in apple grove by c.h. admirand (3 stars)
55 admission by jean hanff koreliltz (2 stars)
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