Again with the AAR recap (51-60)

Will this never end?  Well, yes, eventually, I just have to get to 100.

51.  Slave to Sensation by Nalini Singh
Paranormal published in 2006
Haven’t read it.

52.  Sugar Daddy by Lisa Kleypas
Contemporary published in 2007
Meh.  Hated the vilification of Liberty’s childhood friend (who is, of course, redeemed in the next book so he can be the hero).  Also, not really engaged by the story generally, which (to me) verged on women’s fiction.

53.  Dream A Little Dream by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Contemporary published in 1998
Based on the visceral reaction I have to the mere mention of this book, I’m pretty sure I read it and hated it.

54.  Then Came You by Lisa Kleypas
European historical published in 1993.
Haven’t read it.

55.  After the Night by Linda Howard
Romantic suspense published in 1995
Is this the one with the sex in the bathroom at the court house?  I think so.  Thought the hero was a monumental jerk but I liked the heroine.

56.  Lady Sophia’s Lover by Lisa Kleypas
European historical published in 2002
Haven’t read it.

57.  Lover Eternal by JR Ward.
Paranormal published in 2006
Read it back was I was still addicted to the crhack that is Ward’s BDB.  

58.  Devil’s Bride by Stephanie Laurens
European historical publlished in 1998
This is the template for all of her work, I think.  Read it, enjoyed it.  Am a little surprised that this is the only book of hers on the list and that it is so far down.

59.  Morning Glory by Lavyrle Spencer
Americana published in 1990
Read it, do not care for it.  Like the setting (pre and post WWII), just don’t really care for the characters or the plot.  Although other readers consistently list it as their favorite of Spencer’s work, I think her other Americana books (like Vows, The Gamble and Hummingbird) are better.

60.  To Have and to Hold by Patricia Gaffney
European historical published in 1995
I’ve never managed to get past the opening chapter of this book.

Mostly books I haven’t read or am not interested in trying.  Eh.

 

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