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Jackie Fire and Ice Book Reviews (blog) (jackiefireicebookreviews) | 13 comments Mod
What are you currently reading? Are you liking it?


Fictionophile  (fictionophile) | 142 comments I'm now reading "Dear Daughter" by Elizabeth Little.
Only just started.... liking the premise, but don't like the protagonist. Who knows, I'll probably completely change my mind by the end.


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Carmen Blankenship  | 6 comments I'm reading I BELONG TO YOU by Lisa Renee Jones. Great so far.


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Davida Chazan (chocolatelady) | 34 comments I just started reading the English translation of Raphaël Jerusalmy's The Brotherhood of the Book Hunters. Fascinating. And I just got approval for Curtain Call.


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Sandra (the_librocubicultarist) I'm halfway on Before I Go by Colleen Oakley


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Heather Lawson (teevee) I just finished My True Love Gave to Me. About to start The Jumbies tomorrow. Really looking forward to it.


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Davida Chazan (chocolatelady) | 34 comments I just started reading Almost Famous Women Stories by Megan Mayhew Bergman


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Carmen Blankenship  | 6 comments Inside the O'Briens by Lisa Genova. You know how you just cross your fingers every once in awhile that you will get accepted for a certain book? This book is one of those. I am a huge Genova fan and will follow her career as long as she is writing.


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Davida Chazan (chocolatelady) | 34 comments Davida wrote: "I just started reading Almost Famous Women Stories by Megan Mayhew Bergman"

Finished it. My review is here http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/women-...

Now I'm reading A Spool of Blue Thread A Spool of Blue Thread by Anne Tyler by Anne Tyler


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Irene (yorkistgirl) I'm reading The Dungeon House by Martin Edwards, but have to say I'm struggling with it. This is the second book that I've had to really force myself to continue with, but because I was allowed to read it, feel that I must continue. If it was a library book it would be back on the shelf by now! What do you do with books you are not enjoying?


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Irene (yorkistgirl) I am now about half way through The Land of Winter by Patrick Gale.


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CL (cljones) | 20 comments I am reading Stir My Broken Brain and the Meals That Brought Me Home by Jessica Fechtor and "13 Stolen Girls" by Gil Reavill.


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CL (cljones) | 20 comments I also just got approved for Isolation (Faye Longchamp, #9) by Mary Anna Evans and so far it is pretty good.


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Ellie (elliesreviews) | 1 comments I'm reading The Library at Mount Char and Bream Gives Me Hiccups. Both really good so far.


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NormaCenva | 1 comments I am currently reading the Orbs Series trilogy by Nicholas Sansbury Smith.


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Davida Chazan (chocolatelady) | 34 comments I got the author of Frank Derrick's Holiday of A Lifetime to give me an ARC of it (it helps to have giving his first book a five star rating)!


message 17: by CL (last edited Jun 15, 2015 02:10PM) (new)

CL (cljones) | 20 comments Just finished: The Safe Word by Karen Long Killing Secrets (Nan Vining Mysteries #5) by Dianne Emley and Wicked Charms (Lizzy & Diesel, #3) by Janet Evanovich and I just started A Song of Shadows (Charlie Parker, #13) by John Connolly


CD {Boulder Blvd} (boulderblvd) | 50 comments I'm currently reading To Love a Texas Cowboy (Wishing, Texas Book 1) by Julie Benson


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CL (cljones) | 20 comments Just finished Peerless Detective by Michael Raleigh and now started Silent Creed (Ryder Creed, #2) by Alex Kava


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Fictionophile  (fictionophile) | 142 comments Enjoying a historical mystery set in 1920s Cork, Ireland.
A Shameful Murder A Shameful Murder by Cora Harrison by Cora Harrison.


Avid Reads - Martha Zavala (avidreadsblog) Truth & Temptation I'm a few chapters in and really like this one!


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CL (cljones) | 20 comments Just finished Silent Creed (Ryder Creed, #2) by Alex Kava just started Trust No One by Paul Cleave

Silent Creed was a really fast paced read and I liked the story line about the rescue dogs and Ryder Creed. Would definitely like to read more books about that character.


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Tara Manna (hobbes4626) Hello All, I am so new to this! I just got my first book, House Trained. I am halfway done, and enjoying it so far. I set up my blog, and I have never blogged before. So hopefully it will all come together. I'll browse through the discussion folders; I'm sure I will find a lot of useful information for a blooger/reviewer.


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Maxine (Booklover Catlady) (BookloverCatlady) | 4 comments Currently reading Black Eyed Susans...interesting read.


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Susan | 28 comments Currently reading The Protector, second in a historical mystery series featuring William Falkland. Loved the first book and enjoying this very much.


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Susan | 28 comments Currently reading The Disappearance of Signora Giulia. Have high hopes for this, as I love Pushkin Press.


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Carrie Beth | 2 comments Currently reading These Shallow Graves by Jennifer Donnelly . Pretty good historical mystery. :)


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Fictionophile  (fictionophile) | 142 comments Now reading "The Euthanist". The Euthanist by Alex Dolan
A page-turner so far.
Not really what I expected - don't know why...


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Susan | 28 comments Sewing the shadows together Sewing the shadows together by Alison Baillie
Good so far.

Also, was approved for Dynasty: The Rise and Fall of the House of Caesar
Dynasty The Rise and Fall of the House of Caesar by Tom Holland
Looking forward to reading that next.


message 30: by Penmouse (last edited Aug 03, 2015 07:44PM) (new)

Penmouse | 32 comments I'm am done reading Esther. The book was pretty good and the writing was easy-to-read. Sometimes my fingers and brain do not communicate hence the correction :-) I did read the book and it was very good.


message 31: by Dorie - Cats&Books :) (last edited Aug 20, 2015 02:12PM) (new)

Dorie  - Cats&Books :) (dorie--travelingsister) | 346 comments I'm currently reading Did You Ever Have a Family by Bill Clegg Did You Ever Have a Family and it's very very good. If you haven't requested it yet I highly recommend it. Also I finished Fatal Complications by John Benedict Fatal Complications, a great medical thriller, a 5 star review from me.


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Susan | 142 comments I just finished Wildest Dreams (Thunder Point, #9) by Robyn Carr book nine in the series......I loved it!


message 33: by CD {Boulder Blvd} (last edited Aug 23, 2015 08:42PM) (new)

CD {Boulder Blvd} (boulderblvd) | 50 comments I just finished Nantucket by Nan Rossiter but haven't gotten a review written yet.


Dorie  - Cats&Books :) (dorie--travelingsister) | 346 comments I just started Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff and I'm liking it so far. I've been watching and reading about this book for a while, it's supposed to be a BIG deal this Fall. If you're interested you should nab it before it's off of NetGalley. Just a suggestion of course.


message 35: by Susan (last edited Sep 01, 2015 07:34PM) (new)

Susan | 142 comments CD {Boulder Blvd} wrote: "I just finished Nantucket by Nan Rossiter but haven't gotten a review written yet."

I have that one too. How did you like it?


message 36: by CD {Boulder Blvd} (last edited Sep 01, 2015 07:57PM) (new)

CD {Boulder Blvd} (boulderblvd) | 50 comments Susan wrote: "CD {Boulder Blvd} wrote: "I just finished Nantucket by Nan Rossiter but haven't gotten a review written yet."

I have that one too. How did you like it?"


I liked it. I thought Liam was a memorable character, but I did think that the writing style felt somewhat simplistic and thought in some areas the story should have been taken deeper and in other areas a little less day to day. All in all it makes a nice clean read. I'm working on a review.


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Susan | 142 comments thank you!!!


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Penmouse | 32 comments I just started reading Little Woman in Blue and I'm liking the book very much.


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Jane | 7 comments Read "The Queen" - I loved it! I was so thankful that i got this one!
Next is a book about Wicca, "Mechanica" and "Fast Forward".
:-)


Dorie  - Cats&Books :) (dorie--travelingsister) | 346 comments Irene wrote: "I'm reading The Dungeon House by Martin Edwards, but have to say I'm struggling with it. This is the second book that I've had to really force myself to continue with, but because I was allowed to..."

Hi Irene: I have several times just sent Feedback to NetGalley explaining why I won't be finishing the book or rating it. One time the book was just too violent for me, another time one was excruciating slow. So you can just send them feedback and that won't affect your ratio. It has never effected my approval rate. Hope this helps.


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Elizabeth | 1 comments I just finished The Silver Touch by Rosalind Laker. It's historical fiction and I just love it!


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Diane (ladieswholunchreviews) | 8 comments Just finished How Forever Feels by Laura Drewry and Here He Comes Again by Melissa Shirley. Loved them both! I concentrate on romance and women's fiction.


Dorie  - Cats&Books :) (dorie--travelingsister) | 346 comments This group has been surprisingly quiet, hm m m m where has everyone gone??


message 44: by Diane (new)

Diane (ladieswholunchreviews) | 8 comments Forgive me, Ive been reading like crazy! Trying to keep up with the ARCs I have and my blog. I think I always find too many books that sound like fun to read at net galley and then have to play catch up. Just finished Christmas Chocolat and posted a review.


message 45: by CD {Boulder Blvd} (last edited Sep 24, 2015 09:26PM) (new)

CD {Boulder Blvd} (boulderblvd) | 50 comments I just got back from a week vacation and I surprised myself by not having any time to read. Usually I find time to read on vacations.


I'm reading Shadow Fall (Tracers, #9) by Laura Griffin and I'll Never Let You Go (Morgans of Nashville, #3) by Mary Burton . I'm really excited to read and review these books.


Dorie  - Cats&Books :) (dorie--travelingsister) | 346 comments I just startedThe Longest Night and it's pulling me in quickly, I think it will be good, based on a true story.


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Angie Elle (angieelle) | 24 comments I am reading Double Down, and it's so good! I'm hoping to finish tonight. I don't have much left.


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Carlene Inspired (carleneinspired) | 36 comments I am reading Delayed Penalty (Pilots Hockey, #1) by Sophia Henry , Delayed Penalty. I don't have thoughts on it quite yet, but will share on a review once completed.


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Angie Elle (angieelle) | 24 comments Carlene wrote: "I am reading Delayed Penalty (Pilots Hockey, #1) by Sophia Henry, Delayed Penalty. I don't have thoughts on it quite yet, but will share on a review once completed."

Oh, wow. That is a NICE cover! LOL


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Carlene Inspired (carleneinspired) | 36 comments Angie Elle wrote: "Carlene wrote: "I am reading Delayed Penalty (Pilots Hockey, #1) by Sophia Henry, Delayed Penalty. I don't have thoughts on it quite yet, but will share on a review once completed."

Oh, wow. That is a NICE cover..."


Isn't that one handsome man?! Book two has a good looking on as its cover too.


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