Really, I am. This is my 2nd post in the last week. I think that's an improvement over a month, don't you? I'm going to try something a little different today. I'm going to do Part 2 of my e-book focus. There are so many wonderful e-books hanging out in e-book land that I don't think most people have even heard of. I feel it's my duty...nay, my obligation to bring these books to your attention. :)
Here are the books in no particular order (ah, who am I kidding? They're in alphabetical order):
Blade's Edge by Val Roberts (Samhain Publishing): It's a fantasy, sci-fi, futuristic hodgepodge of insanity. Great writing, fun action and a great storyline. I really, really enjoyed it.
Dare to Believe by Dana Marie Bell (Samhain Publishing): I love Ms. Bell's Halle Puma series and her book Very Much Alive, but this one's my favorite so far. It's her take on the Fae and it's a good one. This one is your standard m/f, but the next is a menage and I can't wait! It should be fabulous! :)
Hunting Season by Shelley Laurenston (Samhain Publishing): I first got into Ms. Laurenston with her Pack series. This is a totally different look at Gods and such. I really liked it. The sex is beyond smokin' hot, the interplay between the h/h is great as is the interplay between their 2 kinds. I won't go into anymore detail, but trust me...it's lovely.
Pack Alpha & Pack Enforcer both by Crissy Smith (TotalE-Bound): These weren't too bad. The first one was rec'd by Tracy. I don't care for the website all that much, but the stories were pretty good.
Primal Hunger by Sydney Sommers (Samhain Publishing): An interesting look at Gargoyles, though I don't think her idea and my idea of gargoyles mesh. lol. Still, a hot story with a couple of interesting twists.
Silent Blade by Ilona Andrews (Samhain Publishing): It's Ilona. 'Nuff said.
And now for a couple of complaints. Here's the thing; I hate it when an author writes a great book with obvious sequel bait and either doesn't deliver OR there's such a long delay in waiting for the next book that you kind of lose interest. Case in point? Evangeline Anderson. I read her book Wishful Thinking when it first came out with Samhain. LOVED IT. Super sweet romance, sexy beyond belief and you know the other 2 sisters are going to/should get their own books. It's been almost 2 years since that book came out. I'm waiting, but not very patiently. What is up with that? :(
Anyhoodles, I hope I've brought your attention to some great books. I've got a lot on my plate right now, but am going to try to do much better in keeping up to date over here.
Also, don't forget that I'm giving away a book. It's in the previous entry. Have a great Sunday, everyone!