Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Reader's Addiction

"I've traveled the world twice over, Met the famous; saints and sinners, Poets and artists, kings and queens, Old stars and hopeful beginners, I've been where no-one's been before, Learned secrets from writers and cooks All with one library ticket To the wonderful world of books. " ~Anonymous ~
I went back and counted the books that I read during the month of January, shocked myself, which I do reviews for several sites as well as reading for pleasure. I read 9 POD books and 7 EBOOKS, that's 16 books. Talk about an addiction. And so far for this month I have finished two books from Harlequin and one EBOOK from Denyse'. I seriously think I have a reader's addiction.
If you know me then you know I love a man with an accent. If you agree you have to check out Devil of the Highlands BY Lynsay Sands. The Scottish laird may be cold and deadly, but the heat he inspires within Evelinde is untamable.

Go to for more info on this book or go to to purchase a copy of this book.

The Wild Rose Press has some good releases too this month. Such as my favorite read thus far,

"This is your lucky night. I just happen to be wearing black silk boxers." That was exactly the kind of confirmation Lydia Carmichael was looking for. Proof positive that the drop-dead gorgeous date provided by Mr. Complete Escort Services was a gigolo. All she had to do was lure that bad boy into her bed and she'd put the slimeballs out of business. But Lydia soon learned she wasn't cut out for this kind of under-the-covers work. Luke was not only hot with a capital H, he was also a considerate, caring man. As she discovered, there was a lot more beneath the surface than his sexy underwear and she found herself wanting to leave her tidy white-cotton life behind. If her secret wishes could come true, their bought-and-paid-for beginning would lead to a happily-ever-after ending that had nothing to do with money and everything to do with love. Rose PRINT ISBN 1-60154-428-6(268 Pages) Rating (spicy)
And from Kesington books we have The Nightingale by Morgana GallawayA rare glimpse into war-torn Iraq—where a woman must choose between honoring the customs of the past and her own hopes for the future. Morgana Gallaway’s compelling debut novel offers a side of Iraq you won't see on CNN. “A powerful story.”—Laura Fitzgerald for more info on how to purchase this book and to find other great books to read.
J.D. Robb AKA Nora Roberts has a release coming out February 24, 2009. Promises in Death.
Click this link to read an excerpt:
These are some great reads for this month and I can't wait to get my hands on them. Once you read them comment back and let me know what you think of them. Also remember to check out my column as well for great reads from Harlequin and Silhouette.


  1. Tonya, we share lots of authors in common! I love Lynsay Sands, though I've only read her vamp books. She's funny, which I love. And JD Robb...Roarke and Eve are pretty much my all-time favorite book couple, though I'm a few books behind. I really need to make the time to get caught up. :)

  2. Hi, Tanya it' Barbara from Happily Forever After. I just wanted to tell you that you commented on the wrong post, lol. To win the Pamela Clare books you have to post here:

    If you were interested in the other books, that contest is being held by my friend, Anna and it's seperate from the Pamela Clare Contest.

    Love your Blog BTW! :)

  3. Thanks Barbara, my mistake. I will make the right corrections.

    And I loved your blog also, with the Sleeping Beauty theme.

  4. I love the In Death series by J.D. Robb...AKA Nora Roberts. I think they are some of the best books she has ever written.

    And what girl doesn't love a man with an accent! Although I perfer a guy from down under!