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Initial post: Sep 8, 2012 9:48:13 PM PDT
cbela says:
hey readers!:)

what are books/series that you must read again and/or really liked?

my re-readable books...
Dreaming of You (Gamblers)
Something Wonderful
Cowgirl Up and Ride: Rough Riders, Book 3
Strangers When We Meet (Men in Uniform)

I really liked books/series...
LL, SD, GD by Kristen Ashley
Beautiful Disaster
Moreno series by Elizabeth Reyes
Club Shadowlands [Masters of the Shadowlands 1]

Posted on Sep 9, 2012 12:03:09 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Sep 9, 2012 1:45:08 AM PDT
smess NZ says:
Books ive read more than once would be

Black Dagger Brotherhood
Bronze Horseman Series
Bridgerton Series Julia Quin

Thats all i can think of at the top of my head right now. Guess those are the stand outs anyway

Posted on Sep 9, 2012 12:25:19 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Sep 9, 2012 12:27:39 AM PDT
MegMeg says:
Chicago Stars Series- Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Sookie Stackhouse Series- Charlaine Harris
Hunger Games Trilogy- Suzanne Collins
Bridgerton Series- Julia Quinn
Lords of Vice- Alaxandra Hawkins
Wallflower and Hathaway Series'- Lisa Kleypas
Early Stephanie Plum Series- Janet Evanovich
Breeds Series- Lora Leigh (The first 19 books)
Belong to Me- Shayla Black
Pennyroyal Green Series- Julie Anne Long
And I'll just say it, I'm probably going to end up reading Twilight trilogy again... lol

Posted on Sep 9, 2012 5:16:12 AM PDT
Liberating Lacy - Anne Calhoun
The Mighty Storm - Samantha Towle
Love Unscripted (although Taryn's a bit insecure), the second book in the series is due out next week - Tina Reber
Thoughtless (book#1), Effortless (book#2) - S.C. Stephens
literally got to the end of these books and flipped back to the beginning to reanalyze
enjoy the recommendations of others - thanks!

Posted on Sep 9, 2012 6:00:15 AM PDT
Sunshine says:
Books I've read more than once and will most definitely read again:

Smooth Talking Stranger by Lisa Kleypas
Then Came You by lisa Kleypas
Just the Sexiest Man Alive (Berkley Sensation) by Julie James
Natural Born Charmer by S.E. Phillips
Call Me Irresistible: A Novel by S.E. Phillips
Kiss an Angel by S.E. Phillips
She Went All the Way by Meg Cabot
Double Standards by Judith McNaught
A Kingdom of Dreams by Judith McNaught
Chasing Daisy by Paige Toon
Midnight's Wild Passion by Anna Campbell
Trust in Advertising by Victoria Michaels
Truly Madly Yours by Rachel Gibson
Tempt Me Tonight by Toni Blake
The Courtship Dance (Hqn) by Candace Camp
Ashes in the Wind by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss
Wicked Angel by Julia Landon
After the Night by Linda Howard
Man of My Dreams by Johanna Lindsey

Posted on Sep 9, 2012 8:16:07 AM PDT
C & O's mom says:
Anything by Kristen Ashley.
Loved Hearts of Darkness and Sheltered. Thinking of rereading them today as a matter of fact

Posted on Sep 9, 2012 9:41:06 AM PDT
Dena J says:
I second anything by KA--I am addicted to her books.
Fever series and Highlander books by Karen Marie Moning
On the Island: A Novel Tracey Garvis Graves
Valiant (New Species, Book Three) Laurann Dohner
Force of Law Jez Morrow (m/m)
first 7 BDB by J R Ward
Most Kresley Cole, Gena Showalter, Linda Howard, Lynda Chance, Lynne Graham, Charlotte Lamb, Margaret Way and early Diana Palmer. long list I know but if I'm in a slump I can always go back to these fave authors.

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 9, 2012 11:26:45 AM PDT
gbaby says:
I second Kresley Cole (anything by her), Lisa Kleypas' Wallflowers and Hathaways series, Beautiful Disaster, some Kristen Ashley (Rock Chicks series).

Posted on Sep 9, 2012 5:53:18 PM PDT
Aussie Girl says:
Favourite books I've re-read...

First four Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
BDB by J R Ward
The Wolf and the Dove and Shanna by Kathleen Woodiwiss
Fever series by KMM.
Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, Bronte Sisters.
First Downside Ghosts Trilogy by Stacia Kane
The Raven Prince by elizabeth Hoyt

Posted on Sep 9, 2012 6:20:11 PM PDT
Sydney Rose says:
The Twilight Saga Complete Collection

Beautiful Disaster: A Novel

On the Island: A Novel

Fifty Shades of Grey: Book One of the Fifty Shades Trilogy

Sempre (Forever)

Posted on Sep 9, 2012 9:24:05 PM PDT
Jbgator9 says:
Louise Penny, Chief Inspector Gamache series, starts with Still Life. The characterizations, and scenery are wonderfully written. They are Mysteries and the people in the town of Three Pines outside of Quebec are quirky, you will love them and they reappear in future books. Several of her books have won major prizes. The last one out is The Beautiful Mystery and takes place among monks in a monastery. I always hate to see each one end so I try to read them slower than others.

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 9, 2012 10:48:11 PM PDT
D. Campbell says:
J Boggs,
Can you tell me more about the Louise Penny "Inspector Gamache" series - I've read the e-sample of "Still Life" from amazon, but it's not very informative. I'd like to know about the main recurring characters, and how they relate to each other in general.
Thanks for any help you can give.

Posted on Sep 10, 2012 1:10:51 AM PDT
read4fun says:
I second Hathaways and the Wallflowers by Lisa Kleypas.
The Malorys(up until book 5) by Johanna Lindsey.
Paradise, Perfect, Something Wonderful and Almost Heaven by Judith McNaught.
The Robin Hood Trilogy, The Wind and the Sea, The Pride of Lions and Blood of Roses by Marsha Canham.
Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase.
Flowers from the Storm by Laura Kinsale.
Love by numbers series by Sarah MacLean.

Posted on Sep 10, 2012 4:03:58 AM PDT
Lbadger99 says:
The Cynsters series by Stephanie Laurens.
Griffin Powell series by Beverly Barton.
Judith MacNaught books.

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 10, 2012 4:38:35 AM PDT
Dog Lover says:
D. Campbell,

You might find this thread on the Mystery Forum of interest - http://www.amazon.com/forum/mystery/ref=cm_cd_pg_pg1?_encoding=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2M2KAK12HD871&cdPage=1&cdThread=Tx260CU32WYS577

DL

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 10, 2012 9:52:57 AM PDT
Jbgator9 says:
Inspector Gamache is from the Surete and finding the murderer. The little town of Three Pines contains an artist couple, a poet, two gay men running the cafe and inn. Others move in and out. The inspector is a kind and intelligent man teaching other inspectors how to listen. It is an absolutely wonderful series, and has won awards. Louise Penny also has a web site and authors page and sends newletters.

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 10, 2012 10:00:15 AM PDT
Jbgator9 says:
thanx I did find it interesting. Have loved all her books. Already finished The Beautiful Mystery.

Posted on Sep 10, 2012 2:11:54 PM PDT
Bill Bee says:
I regularly reread books by Jane Austen, but I don't know if her books are considered romances.

I have reread the first five books in the Bridgerton series by Julia Quinn

My favorite author next to Jane Austen is Mary Balogh. She has written 70 plus books. I have read all but 16 of them. I reread the following 17 books by Mary Balogh:

The Secret Pearl (1991, 2005)
Dancing with Clara (1994)
More Than a Mistress (2000 )
A Summer to Remember (2002)
Slightly Married (2003)
Slightly Wicked (2003)
Slightly Scandalous (2003)
Slightly Tempted (2004)
Slightly Sinful (2004)
Slightly Dangerous (2004)
Simply Unforgettable (2005)
Simply Love (2006)
Simply Perfect (2008)
First Comes Marriage (2009)
Then Comes Seduction (2009)
At Last Comes Love (2009)
The Proposal (2012)

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 12, 2012 7:39:54 AM PDT
D. Campbell says:
Dog Lover

Thanx for the Mystery Forum thread - it helped lots. Except that now my book purchases will exceed my budget again. LOL

Posted on Sep 12, 2012 9:19:49 AM PDT
luvs2read says:
these are the books that i had to reread! they were just THAT good!!
Crow's Row
Beautiful Disaster
Sempre (Forever)
Bared to You: A Crossfire Novel
The Boy Who Sneaks in my Bedroom Window

ALL OF THESE WERE THE KINDS OF BOOKS THAT TUG AT YOUR HEART!!

Posted on Sep 12, 2012 9:46:37 AM PDT
Romance Diva says:
I have so many book in my TBR pile that I have to REALLY like a book before I re-read it, there are them:

Beautiful Disaster
Lover Eternal (Black Dagger Brotherhood, Book 2)
Lover Revealed (Black Dagger Brotherhood, Book 4)
Smooth Talking Stranger
At Peace (The 'Burg Series)
Knight (The Unfinished Hero Series)
Sweet Dreams (Colorado Mountain Series)
Wild Man (Dream Man)
Sarah's Surrender (Ranchers of Chatum County)
Staking His Claim
Blackmailed Into Bed (Louisiana Liaisons)
To Die For: A Novel

Posted on Sep 12, 2012 11:00:22 AM PDT
willis9301 says:
"On Dublin Street" is on my reread list

Posted on Sep 14, 2012 11:08:39 AM PDT
KC says:
My top re-read series: In Death by J D Robb There's always one open somewhere in the house.

Other series: Cynsters by Laurens, esp. the first 7 (what can I say, I love when Chillingham realizes his major mistake!) Dragons of Pern by McCaffrey. Andre Norton's Witch World. Club Shadowlands by Cherise Sinclair. Dark series by Feehan. And the Sister's series, but I forget the name. Not her Shadows (games?) series. I know there are others, but the mind goes.

Authors with specific books, but not really series: Krentz/Quick/Castle, Lowell/Maxwell, Howard, Grace, Burrowes, Heyer, Austen, Balogh, Sarah McCarty, Sinclair, more Andre Norton, more McCaffrey, and more here, but they just won't come to mind!

Posted on Sep 20, 2012 8:16:27 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Sep 20, 2012 8:20:38 AM PDT
Vdy says:
--- For me the most re-read are - In Death series by JD Robb , Psy Changeling series by Nalini Singh, Archangel Series by Nalini Singh, Lisa Kleypas' historicals, Nora Roberts - Birthright , Black Rose, Sea Swept. And books by Krentz/Quick/Castle.
---
Hi KC,
I too always have one JD Robb open somewhere in the house ! :) Most re-read series. I do like the Cynsters as well as the Bastion club ( esp the first one ... :) )
I was interested in some authors that I have not tried - could you suggest some "best" of their books to start with ?
- Sarah McCarty
- Lowell/Maxwell
- Grace Burrowes

I presume Dragons of Pern by McCaffrey. Andre Norton's Witch World are the best books to start those authors with ?

Tx ...

Posted on Sep 20, 2012 9:31:24 AM PDT
KC says:
Hi, Vdy; for McCaffrey, I consider her Dragons of Pern series her best work, altho' others would disagree with me. I also love her Killashandra series, but the Dragons are tops. Not that happy with the most recent ones that she's been writing with her son, etc, but they're okay.

Andre; depends on what you want, she has a very wide range of books and often gets classed as YA; another one I disagree with. I truly mourn her death; she got me hooked into the sword & sorcery side of SciFi. Witch World was the first book of hers that I bought, but I own everything, altho' I've drawn the line as they keep re-issuing/re-packaging the short stories. Daybreak 2250 is considered one of her best stand-alones, originally published as Star Man's Son.

On both series, start with the first book; Dragonflight for McCaffrey & Witch World for Norton. And now I have an urge to go dip back into one of those worlds...

Sarah McCarty; she is erotic romance and I don't know how you feel about that. I just finished her Shadow Wranglers series (and want more!) & have started her Hell's Eight series.

Grace Burrowes: new author but has a series based on a Regency (I think) era family, all the legitimate & illegitimate brothers & sisters are getting books. First: The Heir, then The Soldier, then The Virtuoso...and so forth. I had a bit of trouble with The Soldier, but inhaled The Heir & The Virtuoso, and Lady Maggie's Secret Scandal. The new ones are on pre-order.

Elizabeth Lowell/Ann Maxwell: I started with her as Elizabeth Lowell back in the 80's in Silhouette Desire & Intimate Moment stories. Yes, dated, but I still love them. Her Medieval Series (Untamed, Forbidden, Enchanted), The Donovans (contemporary) Only... (Western Historical) I love; others don't. What I love most about her; her descriptions. One of her early Desire's hooked me on weaving & I still weave, mostly tapestry. Her most recent novels have a very dark view of our world (they're all contemporary), but the men and women are still strong & honorable (the good guys, not the bad ones). Silk & Shadow is very good as a stand alone, altho' it's a bit of a series tie-in. Some of her Silhouette Intimate Moments have been "expanded" a touch & re-issued under new names. I didn't think they needed it, but I still have them...

Get me going & I'll talk forever about my fav's. I may have given you more than you wanted. Oh well, give them a try & let me know how you do. Enjoy!
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