My local library's e-book site took my recommendations a lot more quickly than normal and now I have three new books to add to my already growing reading list. I always make a tentative reading list each month and now the flow is slightly disrupted.
This is why reading lists cannot be written in stone!
The other book I had recommended was Daughter of the Forest by Juliet Marillier.
It's a plethora of library book reads for the coming duration as I had also checked out and am currently reading Tami Hoag's Cry Wolf, the third in the Doucet series, and Mercedes Lackey's Beauty and the Werewolf, the last book in her Five Hundred Kingdoms fairy tale retelling series. So while finishing off selections on other Reading Challenge lists, I am now adding onto the big ol' TBR list in the sky.
This will be an interest next two-three weeks... and only slightly over-whelming...
Ever get that feeling of "I don't know what to read!", not because you can't find something to read, but because you have so many books to read at the moment and you don't know where to start? I may or may not have to pull a Russian Roulette for this list...
In other news, another Kindle Daily Deal has graced my e-mail this morning with an anthology compilation of various romantic suspense authors: SEAL of My Dreams, with such authors as Kylie Brant, Cindy Gerard, Leslie Kelly (all three of whom I love), and a select few other authors I have been eyeing for some time now like Roxanne St. Claire and Stephanie Bond. It feels weird not reading some of their books already before reading from the anthology, but the whole point of an anthology like this is to give you an idea of how these author write... right?
Anyway, for a nice little price I now have a large collection of several short stories in the romantic suspense categories, written by well known romantic suspense/romance authors.
Now I'm also awaiting a chance to get a hold of or read another anthology: The Mammoth Book of Special Ops Romance, which also sounds interesting and include a barrage of few other romantic suspense authors I'm familiar with, even if not the ones I have a particular soft spot for--Shannon K. Butcher, Sydney Croft, Laura Griffin, Gina Robinson, Shiloh Walker, Gennita Low, and several others. Pending my reading lists or pricing, I may or may not get to this one.