Monday, April 29, 2013

It's Monday What Are You Reading? (140)



Books I read last week:
Nameless by Lili St. Crow
Red Mortal by Deidre Knight


The book I’m reading now:
Edge of Oblivion:
There exists a world beyond our own. It is a world of ancient magic and well-guarded secrets, a world of strict laws and harsh punishments for those who betray them, a world inhabited by the Ikati, a race of gifted people who are so much more than they first appear. Brought together by fate in this world of danger and beauty, two people with dark pasts will meet.

Morgan is beautiful, smart, sexy…and about to die. Convicted of treason against her shape-shifting kin, she is given one last chance at redemption; discover the hidden lair of the enemy intent on destroying every one of her kind, or forfeit her life.

Xander is ruthless, heartless, cold-blooded…and assigned to kill her if she fails in her task. Expecting to feel nothing but contempt for the traitor under his watch, the assassin accompanies Morgan on her search, but as the two race through the heart of Italy while the clock winds down to zero hour, he finds himself drawn into a dangerous web of desire as powerful as it is forbidden. Their passion will test everything they believe in, and endanger the future of the tribe itself.


Books that spark my interest this week:
The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa
Nobody by Jennifer Lynn Barnes


2 comments:

  1. Nameless is on my wanted list - but it's in hardback. I hate when the publishers go from ppb to hardback, their authors get popular, and then they just get more expensive. Or we have to wait longer for the ppb editions. ;( Oh well, that's life, isn't it?

    Have a great week
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