Monday, January 26, 2015

To Read List

I am a reader... I think most bloggers are.  Writing and reading sort of go hand in hand, in my opinion.  I am not sure what it is about reading that I love so much, but for as long as I can remember I have been a book worm.  I can take a book and waste an entire day, changing spots and positions and read the whole thing and still want more.

Over time I have started some books and have never finished them, others I have read and re read over and over again.  I also am not prejudiced to how I read them- my Kindle will suffice if I have to have it NOW, other times I love having a paperback to fold pages and wear in for the next reader.  I am not afraid of thrift store books either, unless it's the 50 Shades of Grey series because I have heard some down right nasty science on what lingers inside... GAG!

I am an equal opportunity reader, but I won't lie.... I love, love, love smut novels.  I can't help it.  I mean what is better?  Maybe it's a woman's form of pornography?  Curiosity on how authors view the clutches of passion?  Who knows, but time and again I come back for more.  Smut novels are the lover you cannot take and introduce to the world unless you don't care, then you blog about them, as I am currently doing.

I have compiled a list of books I currently have in my to read stack/que-

Medieval Mistletoe Magic (boxed set)-  I haven't read many "medieval" setting books.  I lean more towards "Regal" era settings, but  I am pretty darn sure this won't disappoint.  I have to admit that I am a, a sucker for Amazon's boxed sets, especially when they are on sale for 99 cents for Prime customers.

Heating It Up (boxed series)- This series is a span across all sorts of eras.  There is regal, medieval, Civil War, western, and a couple others.  I clearly had to add it to my list so I wouldn't forget that I must read it.

Adultery: A Novel- In the last few years, Paulo Coelho has made a name for himself, especially with quotes and that is how I stumbled upon this novel.  I have actually started reading it and I am excited to see if Paulo is worth all the buzz around him.

Queens of Montana series- I am not quite sure how many books there are in the series, but I know there are at least 4 and I have all listed on my to read list.  Western setting of Montana.... Be-still my heart!

I do have some other books on my list, but they are not as titillating as these.  I mean who wants to hear about me wanting to read all about the Earp brothers and the shootout at the OK Corral or about the biographies I want to read.

What do you read?