Duchess Nicole Duchess Nicole's Comments (member since Mar 13, 2011)



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Apr 30, 2011 01:23PM

30628 Not really a Larissa Ione fan, so I'll try How To Marry a Millionaire Vampire.
Apr 13, 2011 05:03PM

30628 I just finished this one, and I really liked it. I agree that this was a transition book. What with Tate's acceptance of Cat and Bones, Cat's ultimate acceptance and embracing of her love for Bones, and Vlad and Veritas having a little more 'air time', it seems as if we're reaching a different level in the Night Huntress series. I'm excited to see the new characters to freshen up the story lines and as always, the humor was surprising. I laughed so freaking loud when I read Bones "ask me if I sparkle" comment. Hilarious!!!! Somehow, I just can't associate sparkling with Bones! Maybe smokin'. I think its great the way Frost adds in the not so perfect moments such as the flying sequence. Keeps it real, and I really loved it.
30628 J. wrote: "I love love love KMM. She is a fantastic writer. When I got my Shadowfever book in the mail I set the whole weekend just to read it, which is hard to do when your husband wants your attention, bu..."

I'm with you there! I mentally compare every series I read to the Fever series and they all fall short.

I just got my husband to listen to the audio. Score one for me! He's actually enjoying them and will call me from work to tell me about exciting parts. I'm so stoked to be discussing this series with him!
Apr 04, 2011 05:47PM

30628 The third book is out, also. Not sure when the next one will come out, but I'm looking forward to it. My Fair Succubi (Succubus Diaries, #3) by Jill Myles
Apr 04, 2011 05:46PM

30628 I just read Jill Myles Succubus series. Gentlemen Prefer Succubi (Succubus Diaries, #1) by Jill Myles Succubi Like It Hot (Succubus Diaries, #2) by Jill Myles
She also has some free short stories that go along with the series, but you may not want to read them first, as they are supposed to be read after the second book, I believe. I really liked them, and she is a pretty new author. Steamy and with a little bit of humor. Sort of Katie MacAlister, but better! I highly recommend her.
Mar 22, 2011 08:48AM

30628 Your Personality: Serial Eclectic Reader!

Your responses show that you are both a serial reader and an eclectic reader, which indicates that you both read widely and frequently.

As a serial reader you're loyal to your favorite authors, but as an eclectic reader you're also open to new ideas and new writers, and are not wedded to a particular genre. That you manage to both keep up with your favorite authors and explore new writers indicates that you are likely to be what the research companies like to term a "heavy reader"
Mar 22, 2011 08:31AM

30628 Thanks, Melissa. I guess I'll wait. :{ I'm so surprised I had never heard of this series before joining this forum. They are really amazing!
Mar 21, 2011 10:34PM

30628 I'm on book three of this series. Are the books in the Night Huntress World series as good? And would it be bad to skip them before moving on to book four? I already have it, and I'm aching to keep reading, but I read on her website that the NHW parallels NH, and I don't want to miss out on any pertinent info. Any comments?
Mar 17, 2011 11:09PM

30628 I'm so ready for Chase and Hunter's stories! Kiss of Midnight is probably my favorite, but honestly that's probably only because it introduced this series to me. I actually bought KOM on clearance, thinking, what the heck, I'll give it a try. I went and bought all the rest the next day. I'm really surprised that the series isn't more popular than it is. They are definitely straightforward vamp books, which is cool b/c a lot of series mix other creepy crawlies together, which leads to many, many explanations and somewhat drawn out plots. I'd recommend this to anyone who likes sexy alpha males, hot love scenes, and a little bit of gore. Hunter can hunt me down. I'll be his heroine!
Mar 17, 2011 10:47PM

30628 This is for sure my next series to read. I didn't read all of the previous posts b/c I don't want to find spoilers, but another thread was talking as if the series is finished. Is this right?
Mar 16, 2011 10:51PM

30628 I just started this series. I had seen it at the library and heard about the HBO series. I know its silly, but the covers sort of threw me off. I liked the first book, and have liked books 2 and 3 more and more. There are so many different characters, and aside from the fact that they are all vamps and weres and shapeshifters, they all seem like some down home people. I know everyone hates on Bill, and he has done some awful stuff, but I sort of feel bad for him, too. Maybe that's just because I understand him better than Eric or Alcide at this point in the series. I'm hoping that I enjoy the later books more than ya'll have, because so far it's rockin!
Mar 16, 2011 10:40PM

30628 I really like her Trylle books. And we should remember, also, that these are YA books, so they're a little less involved than a lot of books we may normally read. I really didn't read many YAs until I read the Twilight and Mortal Instruments series. I must say, those are still probably the best! Is she a fairly new author?
Mar 16, 2011 10:34PM

30628 Gotta love me some Rhage and John Matthew. Anyone know who's story will be coming out after this next book? What about the doctor?
30628 KMM is one of my absolute favorite authors, but next time she starts a series, i may have to hold off on starting it until all of the books are written! I do sort of wish that there could have been a tiny bit more closure on the Barrons issue. But maybe that's why he's so fascinating...he is the epitomy of mystery!