Wednesday, December 24, 2008

What I'm Reading...

I have finished my last paperback of the year. For what's left of the year, I'm gonna catch up on my ebook reading. I bought quite a few this year and just haven't gotten around to them. So, here's what I've been reading....

The Celtic Witch and The Sorcerer is the second book in the Celtic Series. It was a fast enjoyable read. But I have to say I enjoyed the first book a lot more.

Book Description: As a Celtic Witch, Gavenia Roberts possesses the power of good magic. With a few simple words, she can command the weather to do her bidding, ensure a bountiful harvest despite a severe drought, and even summon a star down from the heavens. But all the magic in the world cannot grant Gavenia the one thing she desires most… her freedom.

As powerful as he is ruthless, Laird Tremayne Campbell lives in a world of shadows and carnal perversion. Though he has the ability to wield dark magic with a mere thought, all of his powers cannot protect him from an evil curse that threatens his very existence. To lift the curse, the sorcerer must spill the enchanted blood of a Celtic witch. But after imprisoning Gavenia in his tower, he is enchanted by her beauty and inner light.

Can Tremayne sacrifice Gavenia to save his life and eternal soul? Or will he face the fires of hell for the love of a Celtic witch?

Lyn Armstrong
Buy here: Resplendence Publishing

Stone and Sea I bought on a whim. Just looked like a good one. I'm about halfway through it. Love the cover. This is the first time I've read a book by this author. The story is of shape-shifters, a selkie and a gargoyle. So far I'm really liking it, very steamy. Which is always a good thing. :)

Book Description: Sent to Atlantic City to retrieve an ancient artifact vital to the future of his clan, gargoyle Remy Rocher meets sexy selkie Marina Bell and ends up getting shot for his efforts. Now he has to find the chalice and keep Marina and himself alive — all while dealing with the hottest sex of his life and emotions that scare him more than evil wizards or mobsters with guns.

Cindy Spencer Pape
Buy Here: Ellora's Cave

Regina in the Sun is the first book in the Children of the Goddess series. I just started this one last night, but what I have read so far this book looks like its gonna be a good one.

Book Description: There’s only one place left to run—into forbidden arms. When she arrives at Ye Olde Haven Pub, the sanctuary for Trueblood Vampires, Regina is wounded and desperate. Her only thought is to save the Deva Clan, her family, from the dangerous Loups De L’Ombre, the Shadow Wolves. She knows she will not exactly be welcomed with open arms. She is, after all, an Unborn, the lowest caste of Vampire. As a natural born from the purest line, Zander Sariel knows the rules are sacrosanct—a Trueblood mates with his own kind. But one taste of the young Unborn is all Zander needs to know that rules were made to be broken. With enemies at every turn, Zander risks everything to save Regina from the monster that hunts her, his own kind’s ignorance and—if he must—her lack of faith in her own unique abilities. Only together do they have a chance to defeat the shadow that haunts their future, and save their entire race from extinction.

R.G. Alexander
Buy Here: Samhain Publishing


  1. That Stone and Sea does sound good. I'm gonna upload it into the ereader today. I have three ebooks I'd still like to read before I pick up a paper book. The Lorie O'Clare one, Bound By Steel by Kirsten Saell and now Stone and Sea. None of them should take too long to read.

  2. Stone and Seas was really good, I was actually surprised how good it was for a short book. Right now I'm reading R.G. Alexander and Lora Leigh, both are turning out to be good ones too.

    I probably won't pick up a paperback till next week. I have Christine Feehan's Fever set out to start.

  3. I just got Regina in the Sun on e-book today!!! Can't wait to get started. :)


  4. Oh, I think your going to like it. I know I did. Book two is out. I got to pick that one up this week.



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