Friday, February 27, 2009

One Romance Meme

AmyC blogged about this meme last week, I'm just getting around to it. I'm not gonna tag anyone, so feel free to play. :)


1) One romance book you've read more than once.
Dead Until Dark- Charlaine Harris

2) One romance book you want on a desert island.
Night Play- Sherrilyn Kenyon

3) One romance book that made you laugh.
Not a romance, but Mark Henry's Happy Hour of the Damned had me laughing out loud.

4) One romance book that made you cry.
Broken Wing- Judith James

5) One romance book you wish you had written.
Kushiel's Dart- Jacqueline Carey

6) One romance book you wish you could alter the ending of.
Lover Unbound- J.R. Ward, Not the whole ending just part of it.

7) One romance book you are currently reading.
To Seduce A Sinner- Elizabeth Hoyt

8) One romance book you have meant to read.
Dirty- Megan Hart
which is on my March list

9) One romance book that changed you or your views in some way.
Changed my views pertaining to romance.... Not a book but an Author, Lisa Kleypas. Reading her books really made me fall in love with Historical Romance. I use to dread reading Historicals. Now I'm a bit addicted to them now.

10) One romance book made into a movie that you liked both the book & the movie.
The only one I can think of is Twilight. While the movie wasn't as good as the book. I did enjoy it.

8 comments:

  1. I saw this by Amy too and it's cute. I think I'll give it a shot.

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  2. Oh and YAY!!! I'd like to think I had something to do with your new found love of historicals!

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  3. Yes I would definitely say that is true. :)

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  4. Ugh, I hate these new followers things. I can't tell if I'm still following or what! It's drivin me batty, lol!

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  5. I just noticed the new followers thing. Your still following me.

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  6. Ohhh, Jacqueline Carey. I would love to be able to write something so complex as her. I really wish I had kept the first book. I never did read the whole thing. Sometimes I still think about it. At the time it wasn't working for me but man, I remember she could write.

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  7. Yes, she really created a wonderful world with complex and interesting characters.

    Kushiel's Dart sat on my shelf for the longest time. When I first started reading it, it was a hard to get into. But once you get past the first few chapters its great.

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  8. I too love Night Play and I'm would have to go with Lover, Unbound as well when thinking of a novel that cries out for a different ending!

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