My Bookcase

My favorite books.

Breathless by Scott Prussing
Taking vampires in a new direction for those who are tired of the Twilight hype and for those who have yet to be grasped by Vampire interest. Introducing an all new mythical being- the Volkaan- Scott Prussing aptly names his book. It will leave you breathless.

In Death series by J.D. Robb
For those who don't know, J.D.Robb is Nora Roberts. While this contains romance and sizzle, it follows the life and cases of Homicide Lieutenant Eve Dallas and her ex-shady gazillionair husband Roark in these futuristic suspenses. Fun, sarcasm, characters real enough to reach out and touch. The first in the series in "Naked in Death" about the murdered LC (licenced Companion) of a senator.

Born In Trilogy   Key Trilogy   The Circle Trilogy  Casing Fire  The McKade Brothers   Hot Ice all by Nora Roberts
Nora Roberts is a phenomenal romance writer. Any fan of romance who hasn't read a Nora Roberts has not found the ultimate in romance masters. The above are just a very few of the many book I have and love of Mrs. Roberts. Check her site for a complete listing.

Twilight Series (Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn- also The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner)  by Stephenie Meyer
Vampires. Werewolves. Eternal love. Heartache. Battles. Ingenious writing. And better than the movies by a long shot. (Just my opinion folks.)

The Host by Stephenie Meyer
This paranormal fiction takes you the the interesting story of a parasite and host experience and how they come to connect and bond with each other. Thrilling.

Devil's Waltz by Jonathan Kellrman
Johnathan Kellerman uses his psychology experience to create truly amazing psychological suspense, my favorite of which are the Alex Deleware novels- such as Devil's Waltz. Alex-psychologist- and his police friend, Milo, solve cases that have you sitting on the edge of your seat with your heart pumping furiously.

Percy Jackson and The Olympians and Heroes of Olympus  both by Rick Riordan
If you like Greek mythology at all these are wonderful books for you.They will capture your interest and thrill you with the many references to mythology. If not, you will still be entertained by the tales of heroes. For those that don't know, Heroes of Olympus is a new series, but it intertwines with the beloved Percy Jackson heroes and Camp Half Blood.

The Eyes of the Dragon by Stephen King
Suspenseful, yet a fork off the road of Kings usual style.

The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks
It's been called a tragedy and the ultimate romance. You decide. The story of Noah and Allie's journey toward each other will touch your heart.

The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton
The Socs vs. The Greasers. The outcast kids learn things are hard all around before getting themselves in big trouble. While hiding out the become local heroes and fight against the harsh road they journey on.

Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling
The Sorcerer's Stone
The Chamber of Secrets
The Prisoner of Azkaban
The Goblet of Fire
The Order of the Phoenix
The Half Blood Prince
The Deathly Hallows
What makes this different from the other stories that deal with teenagers and their issues? Magic and battles!

Sister's Choice by Emilie Richards
Two sisters come together after being estranged for a long time and one makes the choice to fulfill the other's dreams of a family.

How to be Happy Damnit by Karen Salmansohn
A cute, funny, feel good self help book for those of us who'd never be caught dead reading any self help books!

Jack Sparrow series by Rob Kidd (YA)
The adventures of a young, young Jack Sparrow. While a short a simple read per book (there are 12), this series is full of fun, adventure and wonderful explanations of Jack Sparrow and how he came about some of his possessions (like the beads in his hair).

"Ology" books  by various
Fun for kids (8 or 9 and up) and entertaining for adults. These books give the popular and historical views on subjects from dragons to pirates, wizards to aliens, and the more common like mythologies.

Harlequin books
Great for lonely nights when you need a sweet tale, a whirlwind romance, or a hot sizzle to get you through.

 I have plenty more on my shelf, but have a very hard time choosing favorites. I am sure I will be adding to this list; so, check back!

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