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Old 09-28-2012, 03:25 AM   #267
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Jill Shalvis is what one blog compared Stacey's writing to. Would you agree? I haven't read her stuff yet.
Butting in to say I read both authors. I think Shannon Stacey writes a tad more humor in her stories, especialy her Kowalski series. Many of Shalvis' books have humor, but not all of them do (some of her early categories for example). I love the Kowalski books so far. I had some issues with the heroine in the second book (Undeniably Yours), but overall I have enjoyed them all. But I do think if you enjoy Shalvis you would enjoy Stacey and vice versa.

I've been reading a bunch of the Silhouette and Harlequin Treasury titles I got during their big sale last year. Some are well-formatted but others have a gazillion scanning errors. Harlequin is good about fixing them when I email them, but I think they should have all been checked before being sold. Most of the ones I've read this past month were new-to-me stories. Of the gazillion books I bought, half were faves I own in print and half were new-to-me books. I bought a ton of Shalvis, Cindy Gerard, Marie Ferrarella, etc. Many by authors I discovered after they went single title.
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