Between the covers book club

Hello, lovely ladies

I hope this post finds you well and enjoying a relaxing weekend 🙂

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This week I read:

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Wild Child by M Leighton was a great read. I love this author despite the recipe she follows. Fragile Bonds by Sloan Johnson was a little different. Much sadder than my normal reads and definitely not as hot, though the two main characters had plenty of chemistry. If you like a tear jerker you will enjoy this melancholy tale.

Currently I’m reading:

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Seven Day Loan by Tiffany Reisz, a novella in the Original Sinners series. I ADORE this writer, in fact, I have a lot of respect for her writing style and her character depth. The BDSM theme is in your face, and not as tame as in FSOG, but still, so well written.

On my shelf I have:

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Sweet Temptations by May Banks

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Thanks to Kereny I’ve updated the Spanish version of Meander with chapter 26 😉

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Here’s a cute word on acceptance….

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Good advice to live by 😉

Happy reading, ladies!

Monique x

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9 thoughts on “Between the covers book club

  1. Katherine says:

    Good morning Monique,
    I have so many books on my shelf to read but just need something juvenile at the min so I started ‘re-reading the Twilight books 🙂
    Awful but doing the job lol.
    I need a good book I can really get my teeth into and get me out of this slump x

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  2. Katherine says:

    Yeahhhh I can comment again 🙂

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  3. crazy4bam says:

    You have been one reason I have so many books and not enough time. LOL! You will enjoy “Sweet Temtations”. There is a hole series for “Sweet” and they are all good. I like a lot of Ms. banks books, I have read a lot of them. Thanks again for the recs.

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  4. Sharon says:

    Still recovering from the shock of Meander ending…but that is on my shelf to enjoy again. Love, love Tiffany Reisz. Can’t wait for The Saint to come out on iTunes! Currently reading the Highlander series by Karen Moning. I bought the set of seven books, which was good because I wasn’t nuts about the first two books. Read them from the back to the beginning (yes, strange I know. But if I like the ending, then I’m willing to work thru the beginning.) Then I LOVED the next two books, and am enjoying #5. Enough that I may have to go find a Highlander to take advantage of me. (Hey, allow me my fantasies, please!) Love your acceptance comic. Works both ways, doesn’t it? Enjoy your week!

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    • Monique Lain says:

      LOL! Yes, that is strange, but hey, whatever blows wind up your skirt! When you find the Highlander, please send him our way!! LOL! And, yes, it certainly does work both ways!

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  5. Sheila H. says:

    I have also read the book Fragile Bonds by Sloan Johnson, and yes I did have a moment when a tear escaped from my eye, all in all though it was a good story. I read another of the author’s short stories Truth or Dare, it was a good read but for a short story it was nothing to write home about, so I would give that one a miss if you are thinking or reading it. I also moved onto another historical novel called True to the Highlander (The Loch Moigh) by Barbara Longley. I was born in England but all my family are Scottish, well someone has to be the black sheep of the family 🙂 Anyway back to the book, it is about a young lady from the 21st century who is transported back to the 15th century and meets a highlander. This was such a great book to read and I loved every word of it. I also read Drawn by Lilliana Anderson and it was a strange book, but it was the kind of book that made you want to read it all. I notice that there is another book Drawn 2 due out in the summer so I will be getting that book as well. The main character is Damien and he is very controlling but not in the Christian way.
    Have a lovely week my fellow readers.

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