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Old 08-06-2012, 12:08 AM   #70
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I'm reading Lily right now and enjoying it enough that I bought Rose already. You know, just in case it goes off sale before I finish.
I hope by the time I read them that I'll have the entire series.
I am just past 50% in and comparing the people I've met thus far to the people in the descriptions for the rest of the series, you can read them out of order. I think they are just connected by theme. By the by, the negative review at Amazon is spot-on and I was compelled to make a comment on it. The one particular scene mentioned was pretty, uh, awful, but the rest has been very good.

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This year is just not a year for reading historical romance for me. I don't know why but I just been reading books set in a modern setting.
It's funny, I've been the complete opposite this year and last. I have been reading historicals almost exclusively, when in years past I'd read a little bit of everything. I've picked up some contemporary freebies, but send 'em directly to my archive to read later.

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I was reading a series that is like that where the villain is later the hero. I haven't started the book because it's a historical but if you haven't read it yet you might want to check out Karen Hawkins' Abducted series. I love the authors books and own them all except her teen book which is hard to find.
I love Karen Hawkins! I've read one here and there, but decided to go back and start at the beginning and read everything in order. I think I finally have them all; if not, I'm pretty close. I need to finish getting them into Calibre. On her website, she says she re-wrote her first novel to tie it into two of her series. I'll be reading them soon, but not sure when. I've completed collecting a few other series (one by Suzanne Enoch) and haven't decided which direction to go yet.

P.S. I follow her on Facebook and she is a hoot! She recently bought an antique trunk at an estate sale and had a very big drama about trying to open it and find out what was inside, that was very funny. She also posts lots of pictures of handsome men in kilts.
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