Friday, 16 March 2012

Feature and Follow {5}

Hi everyone, now most of you will have heard of the weekly meme hoted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read called Follow Friday. Its purpose? To connect bloggers all over the world. Sooo, I'd like to say thanks for hopping by and I hope you'll drop me a comment. I always follow back :)

This weeks question comes from JoAnne at The Fairytale Nerd...
Q: What is the best book you've read in the last month? What is the worst book you've read in the last month?

Hmmm....ok. Toughy again. Oh I know!!!

Best - Archangel's Kiss by Nalini Singh (Guild Hunter #2). It's about the 3rd time I've read Archangel's Kiss and I'm still blown away by the writing. I love Elena and Raphael as a couple...they just fit so well, I can't wait for more from them. PLUS we are introduced to all members of Raphael's Seven - including the mysterious Aodhan (though my heart will always belong to Illium *sigh*). Cannot fault it one bit.

Worst - The Harlequin by Laurell K Hamilton (Anita Blake #15). To be honest I'm getting rather tired of this series. What started out as a very promising series has been grossly stretched out so much that I no longer see the elements that made me fall in love with Guilty Pleasures. I mean, who exactly is Anita in a relationship with?? She just seems to sleep with anything that moves! I am seriously contemplating giving up completely!

What are your best and worst?
Talk soon!


Jenni said...

I haven't read either of these, I'll have to check out Archangel's Kiss! Thanks for sharing :)

My FF.

Alison Can Read said...

Hopping through. I need to get to Singh's books. I've heard great things about them.
My Hop

Miss Vain's Paranormal Fantasy said...

Hi :)
I LOVED Archangel's Blade as well, isn't Dimitri just delicious!!;))

Happy Friday!
I'm a New GFC, Linky, & Email follower btw


Jessica (Peace Love Books) said...

I haven't heard of either of those, but Archangel's Kiss looks really good! Glad you enjoyed it. Hope you have a good Friday :)

Here's my FF!

K.D.Aziz said...

There are very few series that can last more than 5 to 7 books. Babysitters club, nancy drew, Ramona....

Harry Potter, honestly, probably could have done it.

new follower, from

Unknown said...

Hi there :) just hopping through... I haven't read the second book in "The Guild Hunter" series yet, at least I know it will be good now.

I'm also your newest follower :) Here is my choice...

Feature & Follow

Jessi (Geo) said...

I've heard a few people say exactly the same thing about the Anita Blake series but I'm still going to give it a try. Haven't heard of the other one but I've been hearing great things about her books so I may give it a try!
New follower here, your blog is so cute! :)
My Friday Hops

Amber (Books of Amber) said...

I've only read one of her series, but I love Nalini Singh! Her writing is fantastic. I'm glad you enjoyed it!

Books of Amber

Unknown said...

Oh, I still enjoy all of Anita's books, some more than others. :)
I'm a new gfc follower!

Amy Neftzger said...

Found your blog through Parajunkie's blog hop and just started following - looking forward to reading more of your posts!


Anonymous said...

I haven't read any of those two books yet, but I think I might give the first book series a shot!

New GFC Follower

My FF :

Rabbit said...

Haven't heard of these, but glad to hear you liked the first one! New follower through GFC! Feel free to check out my F&F here.

Rumana @ Relook the Book

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_yay_ said...

I love, love, LOVE Nalini Singh.
Haven't heard of this other series you mentioned. It's sad when one starts out great, but goes on and on and on to become just so-so or even rather *blah!!*
Happy Friday :-)
I'm an old follower

Anonymous said...

The way you feel about Anita Blake is the exact way I feel about HON. I refuse to go within five feet of those books without hissing. I loved them so much in the beginning that I devoured them. Now? I can't even bear to look at the covers.

Vikki said...


I'm assuming you are talking about the House of Night series and I feel the same about that too...the ones up to book 4 were good but I haven't loved the later ones.
Really debating whether the next one is worth the time, I can only give a series so many chances!

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