What AWer book are you currently reading?

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Mine, of course. I'm reading it as I write it. It's fantastic! ;)

Also, Up Against It, by M.J Locke. It's fantastic, too.
 

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Several months ago, I read Elo'esh: The Whisper of Angels by our own Kaylea May...

...Lurved it!

(I'm a sucker for a good love story, ya know) ;)
 

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Forgive me while I flash my noob - is there a place here in the forums where we can see a list of AWers' books? Or do you just find them through discussions and signatures?
 

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Currently reading Long Time Coming by scarletpeaches. Before that, I read Light Switch and the sequel Reconstructing Meredith by thethinker42.

Gotta love the Kindle. :D
 
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I got a facebook announcement from Willie Meikle that said he was linking to his book, MIDNIGHT EYE FILES: THE AMULET, for a free kindle download. I said, what the heck and downloaded it. I'm about a third of the way through and am really enjoying this Private Eye story that takes place in Scotland.
 

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Not currently, but I recently finished a few. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet (instantly went in my top 5 fave books) by Jaime Ford, Hunted by the Others by Jess Haines (excellent UF), and Becoming Mr. Brooking by Marguerite Butler (beautiful historical romance).
 

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I'm reading Nora Robert's Lovers and Dreamers. It's three books in one.

Does Nora post on AW under a pseudonym or have I just missed her completely? *lol*

Right now I'm reading Jill Myles' My Fair Succubi, and enjoying it. Definitely the best of her three Succubi books. Then again, I've always been a sucker for Zane over Noah!
 

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Just about to finish The Speech of Angels by Sharon Maas (aruna on AW). I had read her other books before - Of Marriageable Age and Peacocks dancing - and only picked the current one when I discovered her identity. I am a fan and look forward to her next book.
 

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Break by Hannah Moskowitz (Shady Lane). It arrived this morning and I started reading when I opened the package. I only meant to read the first few pages or so but a few hours later I had finished the whole damn thing. It's one of only about 3 books that I've ever read that's had me in tears. Beautifully written and I loved the characters :)
 

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"the Last Druid" by PL Crompton. Wonderfully lurid Dark Ages mysteries!
 

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I just finished John Levitt's(rugcat) Dog Days series- fantastic!
 

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Reading KA Stewart's A Shot in the Dark. Don't remember her username here, but I read the first one, A Devil in the Details, when it came out last year, and PM'd her about how much I love samurais.
 

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I'm just about to finish Possess, by AWer Blondchen (Gretchen McNeil). So much teh awesome!
 

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I have read an Adam Slade novella, need to get next in series...

I have read Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet.

I read Stacia Cane's Unholy Ghosts, CIty of Ghosts, and the other in that series this past weekend...

All fantastic! Highly recommend!
 

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Just spent 3 hours finishing up Stacia Kane's "Unholy Magic," book 2 of her Downside series. Jumped up thinking, "I'll go get book 3!" and then remembered that with the local Borders closed :rant: the next bookstore is 15 miles away.

Crap. And the library doesn't have it, for some reason. So I can't get it until next week, when I'll be down near the bookstore.

Unless I make a special trip. Which I might, because I really want to continue on with the story, like right now. Or I could download it onto my phone, maybe. But I'd like to have a paper copy.
 

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Just finished Red Hot Fury by Kasey MacKenzie, and loved it. A little slow in the beginning. Lot of backstory and world building (I was completely immersed in her world), so it was necessary. I hate reading an UF that doesn't explain anything, or that just info dumps. Casey did it well. The last half of the book was action-packed, and I couldn't put it down. Heroine was one of my faves. And there are several little twists at the end. Cannot wait to pick up the next one.
 

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Last week I read Kevin Hearne's Tricked. Liked it but thought it wasn't as strong as the first three books. Probably because I really like Leif so...yeah, I'm not saying more than that. Read the books and you'll see what I mean. ;)

And now that I'm looking for a new book to read, am strongly considering Stacia's latest, Sacrifical Magic. Love the Downside series.
 

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