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message 1: by MashJ (last edited Sep 11, 2010 06:37AM) (new)

MashJ | 733 comments Note of my TB read/TB finished list for future challenges:

Samuel Richardson- Pamela
Here be Dragons - Sharon Penman
The Ideal Wife- Mary Balogh
The Malloren Series by Jo Beverley-Tempting Fortune, Something Wicked, Secrets of the Night, Devilish, WInterfire, A most unsuitable man, The Secret Duke
Shana Abe- The Smoke Thief
Mary Balogh's Slightly series.
Mary Jo Putney's Petals in the Storm and the rest of the fallen angel series.
Liz Carlyle- Never Lie to a Lady and Never Deceive a Duke. & new series- One Touch of Scandal.

OK- I can start to see the spell October challenge coming together.

One Touch of Scandal- LC (released 28 Sep)
Carlyle, Liz- Never Lie to a Lady
The Smoke Thief - Shana Abe
One Perfect Rose, Mary Jo Putney
Balogh, Mary- The Ideal Wife
Emily and the Dark Angel- Jo Beverley(released in Oct)
Richardon, Samuel - Pamela.

One Touch of Scandal by Liz Carlyle Never Lie to a Lady (Neville Family, #1) by Liz Carlyle The Smoke Thief (Drakon, #1) by Shana Abé One Perfect Rose (Fallen Angels, #7) by Mary Jo Putney The Ideal Wife (Dark Angel, #5)  by Mary Balogh Emily and the Dark Angel (Regency Romance) by Jo Beverley Pamela Or Virtue Rewarded (Oxford World's Classics) by Samuel Richardson


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MashJ | 733 comments Of course I also have to read:

Travis
1. Sugar Daddy (2007)
2. Blue-eyed Devil (2008)
3. Smooth-talking Stranger (2009)

I did agree to read BED in October I think (or was it November- I need to check). So I could substitute that one for The Ideal Wife. First I need to read Sugar Daddy though.


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message 4: by MashJ (last edited Dec 11, 2010 09:59AM) (new)

MashJ | 733 comments Author list

Must read more of:
Anne Stuart
Laura Kinsale
Mary Jo Putney
Marsha Canham
Meredith Duran
Judith McNaught
Anne Gracie
Mary Balogh
Sarah MacLean
Jo Beverley



No more at the moment
Charlotte Featherstone
Liz CARLYLE
Eloisa James
Julia Quinn
Diana Gabaldon
Tessa Dare
Shana Abe
Sabrina Jeffries


Never again!!
Gaelen Foley
Stephanie Laurens
Amanda Quick


message 5: by MashJ (new)

MashJ | 733 comments My Christmas reading list c/o KarenH

Books that will make you laugh ~

Like No Other Lover by Julie Anne Long
HR/country house party,different classes
Some "laugh-out-loud" scenes but a few touching
moments as well. One of my top 5 all-time faves.

A Matter of Class by Mary Balogh
HR/arranged marriage
Probably her shortest book but my favorite by MB.
Has a twist to the plot that rocks!

The Perfect Rake by Anne Gracie
HR/hero love at first sight
Sweetest story about a feisty heroine & the
gorgeous rake determined to win her heart.

Books that will make you cry ~

Ride the Fire by Pamela Clare
HR/strangers to lovers
Intense, emotional story set in the American
wilderness about 2 tortured souls healed through
the power of love.

Wicked Angel by Julia London
HR/forbidden love
Heartwrenching story about a duke who falls
hopelessly in love with a country girl...yet
he is engaged to someone else. Still my all-time
favorite HR!

Laird of the Mist by Paula Quinn
HR/medieval, sworn enemies
If you've never read a medieval/Highlander romance
this is a great place to start. Callum MacGregor
is one of the hottest kilt-wearing heroes ever.

Books that will make you *sigh* ~

The Duke by Gaelen Foley
HR/different classes
Mshj, it looks like you haven't had much success
with Ms. Foley, but this book will remedy that.
A passionate love story that breaks through the
barriers erected by Regency England society.

Lady Isabella's Scandalous Marriage by Jennifer Ashley
HR/second chances
Sweet, romantic story about an unconventional
hero who is determined to win back the love
of his estranged wife.

Seduced By His Touch by Tracy Anne Warren
HR/forced marriage
Most *sigh-worthy* of them all. See my review
www.goodreads.com/review/show/71797196


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