Wow, what an intense question, right? To pick the one single best book I read this summer. To say I read a lot, is putting it mildly. And I read a lot of different genres, including quite a bit of nonfiction. So, to have to pick just one book . . . yeah . . . here goes. And, really, I’m going to TRY to keep it to just one book. *snicker* NOT!
One of my favorite authors ever, Nalini Singh, published Ocean Light. The next book in her Psy/Changeling series. I love this series so much. I’ve read it a bunch and can’t even tell you how many times I’ve listened to it. I love the characters and how each story fits together, like a puzzle. She’s amazing at plotting huge arcs.
If you’ve never read any of her books you are so missing out. I’d suggest you run out right now and start this series as well as her Archangel series. So much awesome.
The next book, I told you I couldn’t pick one, is Shelly Laurenston’s newest Hot and Badgered. I love her Pride series and, like Nalini’s books, I’ve read and listened to them over and over. This book, just as her others, is so funny and has many of the characters from her Pride Series, so win win.
I’ve read a ton of other books, but these are the two that really stick out for me. Now, go and see what book(s) Bronwyn, Jessica and Paige chose.
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My complements. You did good picking only two books. I don’t know that I could pick any favorite. My favorite is usually the book I am currently reading, but I have also read some really good ones this summer. From Bronwyn Green’s Charmed to Laurell K. Hamilton’s newest Anita Blake Vampire Hunter – Serpentine. I am currently reading a historical romance by Chasity Bowlin that is pretty good. Not sure it’s the best of the season, but definitely readable. Well, I need to go read now.
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It was really difficult to only hold to two. I just picked the first books that came to mind. 🙂
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Um…excuse me, but is that a HONEY BADGER SHIFTER BOOK????
Why yes, yes it is!! And it’s awesome!!!!!
Omg that cover of Nalini Singh’s book is AMAZING!