I'm reading "The Mane Event" by Shelly Laurenston. It's a fantasy/romance series. The Heros are shapeshifters such as human to lion or human to wolf. They are all alpha males, jealous and possessive and protective. Love these type heros.
I just picked up a 25th Anniversary edition of Terry Brooks' The Sword of Shannara trilogy and am already nearly 200 pages into it :3 I'll probably pound out another 100 or so pages today. I really wanted to pick up his new book, but my OCD is telling me I need to read the rest of the Shannara books before I start any new ones :p
I share that affliction: being unable to read something else by the same author until I have finished a series of theirs I have begun reading.
Enshadowed by Kelly Creagh. The second book in the Nevermore trilogy. I really hope it's good cause I've been waiting for it for quite some time now.
After that I have Unwholly by Neal Shusterman and Defiance by C.J Redwine to read.
I also have to finish the Iron Fey series by Julie Kagawa because I'm really excited to read the spin-off, The Lost Prince which is Ethan's side of story. 2 more books to go still. :/
I just finished "City of Lost Souls" loved the series so far can't wait for the next one to come out! I think I'll read the "Clockwork Angel" and "the Clockwork Prince" again...I really liked those stories!
I finished Unwholly by Neal Shusterman last night and DUDE! Mind=blown. My emotions can't be put into words. Recommended for fans of dystopian. Even if you're not a fan, give it a try. Unwind is the first book, this is the second. You won't regret the decision.
I'm currently reading Golden Lily by Richelle Mead. It's Book#2 to Bloodlines. I started reading it last night and I'm like...60% done with the book. I like it.
just finished The Palin Truth by Jodi Picoult
very good read, and had a surprise twist at the end ( which I'm told is very typical from this author)
nice to read a book that wasn't part of a series, let alone one that wasn't finished...
I am reading The Great Gatsby for the first time.
I really really need to read that. :)
I'm re-reading the Hex Hall series. I absolutely love it and definitely recommend it. I'm surprised that it's not as popular as it deserves to be.
I'm also reading "Last Breath" which is the 11th book in the Morganville vampires series. I used to love this series, but the last few books have been a disappointment. Some authors just need to take a class on learning "When to stop writing a series." 15 books in a series? REALLY? After quite a long time, I've decided to continue reading and this book isn't that bad...so far.