Friday, January 13, 2012

What are you reading?

I have three books that I am trying to decide which one that I am going to read first. The three books are as followed:

The True Love Quilting Club by Lori Wilde

The pattern of a quilt will always lead you back home.

Trixie Lynn Parks changed her name to Emma, shook the dust of Twilight, Texas off her shoes, and vowed to make it big in the city. But after twelve years of shattered dreams, and aching for a soft place to land, she heads home—back to the ladies of the True Love Quilting Club, who cared for her when no one else did…and to her first love, Sam Cheek.

But even though Twilight is as embracing as she remembers, some things—and some people—sure have changed. Sam has grown from a carefree boy to strong, serious single dad. And even though the chemistry between them sizzles hotter than ever and his kisses still light her up like a bottle rocket, Trixie Lynn quickly discovers she must choose between the fame and fortune that have finally come her way—or the one true love who has the power to mend her patchwork heart.

The Turning: Book One by Jennifer Armintrout
Romance Suspense | Romance Paranormal

I'm no coward. I want to make that perfectly clear. But after my life turned into a horror movie, I take fear a lot more seriously now. I finally became Dr. Carrie Ames just eight months ago. Then I was attacked in the hospital morgue by a vampire. Just my luck.

So now I'm a vampire, and it turns out I have a blood tie to the monster who sired me. The tie works like an invisible leash and I'm bound to him no matter what I do. And of course he's one of the most evil vampires on earth. With my sire hell-bent on turning me into a soulless killer and his sworn enemy set to exterminate me, things couldn't get much worse--except I'm attracted to them both.

Drinking blood, living as an immortal demon and being a pawn between two waring vampire factions isn't exactly how I'd imagined my future. But as my father used to say, the only way to conquer fear is to face it. So that's what I'll do. Fangs bared.

Goddess of Spring by P.C. Cast
Romance Paranormal | Paranormal

To save her failing bakery, Lina trades souls with Persephone, the Goddess of Spring--and starts falling for hunky Hades.
Lina's bakery in Tusla is proving to be less than lucrative--and she needs a plan. When she stumbles upon an Italian goddess's cookbook. Lina can't help but think she's found her answer--even if it means summoning an ancient goddess....
Soon enough, Lina finds herself face - to - face with the goddess Demeter, who proposes tht Lina change places with Persephone, the Goddess of Spring, who'll breathe new life into the bakery. In return, Lina, embodying the lovely Persephone, must bring Spring to a world of spirits. But when handsome, brooding Hades kindles a spark in her heart, Lina wonders whether the dark Lord of the Underworld is her worst nightmare -- or the man of her dreams...

All three books sound good. I might wait on reading Goddess of Spring, since it is the second in this series. I don't think I need to read them in order, but I like to read series in order if I can. Maybe I will just read them in the order I have listed here.

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