This has been a week that I can only describe as 'pants mcpantus'. I have had a week of almost 100% stress at work and looked forward to escaping into some really good books. I was mostly successful on this front.
For those of you have been checking out my 'week in review' you will know that last week I discovered Alex Bledsoe's Eddie La Crosse series. I enjoyed Blonde Edged Sword
and Burn Me Deadly
so much that I rushed to buy the third and fourth books of the series. I decided to be magnanimous and let the 'hubinator' read book 3 - Dark Jenny
- before me. I hope to be able to tell you a bit more about what I thought of these books next week.
Applause everyone!! I finished The Scrivener's Tale
by Fiona McIntosh. This book has taken me an unusually long time to finish but I am reviewing it soon so keep your eye out what I thought of it.
OK....I confess.....I started a new series rather than reading one of the many, many books on my TBR. I got lured into buying a free book from my Kindle recommendations (can you buy a free book?) and am now on book 4 of the series. So what tempted me to the dark side...the side of buying new rather than reading what I already have? I ran across Lindsay Buroker's The Emperor's Edge series. Book 1 - The Emperor's Edge
was for free, free, free, from Amazon and I really liked it so decided to get book 2 - Dark Currents.
As my week turned more and more stressful from work I kept going on the series that I was already enjoying rather than risking something I hadn't read yet. So I finished Deadly Games
today which was quite grisly and had a tiny bit more romance between our hero and heroine. I just started Conspiracy
and its turning out to be another consistently good book from the series. These are self pubs and you won't be wowed by the covers but its what's inside that counts, after all.
I also started Mike Shevdon's The Eighth Court
(Courts of the Feyre 4).
I have enjoyed this series, especially the first two books. I am not that far into the book as I will be reviewing it and didn't want to read it too closely to The Scrivener's Tale.
Lucky me also got J.T. Geissinger's new book Rapture's Edge
from NetGalley. I have really enjoyed the Night Prowler series so far and I am certain to like this next installment. The nice people from Kindle also offered Mark T. Barnes's The Garden of Stones
for £1.99 so it is now gracing my TBR. Another week of making my TBR grow rather than making it smaller! At least I have some goodies to read next week.
I would love to know what you are reading so leave a comment or send me a tweet @mellidrama. Wishing you a great week and Happy Reading!