Another list. Another case of *grabby hands*
Hmmm an interesting topic! I'm going to do a few for each.What Books Did I Loved Less/More Than Everyone Else?
So. Some books/series I really wasn't digging as much as I know others did.
- Twilight Saga by Stephanie Meyer-- I just. No. I do not get the love for these at all. The writing was so very simplistic. And nothing special about the characters or story.
- Rescue Me Saga by Kallypso Masters-- I really liked the intro novella and then they just fizzled for me with average writing.
- Hard Ink series by Laura Kaye-- I usually LOVE Kaye but this series seems to have kicked off hers not working for me. But EVERYONE I know seems to love them. I liked her "before she was popular" stuff, I guess.
- Black Knights, Ink by Julie Ann Walker-- Awesome lady. Just the writing wasn't for me. Such heavy use of cliches. But again all my friends LOVE them.
- Romancing the Clarksons series by Tessa Bailey-- another favorite author and I know a lot who love this series. It started okay for me but fizzled.
And some I loved that others were like, eh.
- Midnight, Texas series by Charlaine Harris-- I love the dusty town and that she pulled secondary characters from various other series to be main characters for this series. .
- Boys of Fall by Shannon Stacey-- Not as funny as her other series but I love the hopeful message of the town that's trying to save itself.
- Play by Play series by Jaci Burton-- Some of my first loves of sports romance. I've had a little trouble with some of the recent ones but oh I love these guys and their ladies!
Firemen! Woohoo! I love this series and the ones that came before it.
Detective Melissa Ryan may be the new cop on the block, but she s no stranger to Sugarland. It s where she lived with her violent, criminal uncle a man she needs to see behind bars. But when she meets Clay at a crime scene, the down-but-far-from-out firefighter makes her rethink her priorities.
Getting close to Clay is intoxicating, but Melissa must keep her wits about her if she s to protect them from a man with deadly intentions.