Endi’s Weekend Reading List #1

Hi guys! So, this will be our very first weekend reading list, and I’m so excited. Without further ado, let’s get into it. Remember, these are the books that I’ve read. You can let me know what kind of books you’d love to read or are reading and I’ll put it up.

Related: Introducing the Weekend Reading List Series

1. Caleb’s Blessing by Jordan Silver

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This book is perfect for anyone who loves the whole damsel in distress shebang. Amanda Stone, the very shy and beautiful lady, is running from her abusive ex and needs a place to hide out. In comes ex Rodeo King Caleb Dunbar, who, along with his band of misfits, provide shelter as well as sweeping her off her feet.

Some of the scenes made me roll my eyes but all in all, it was a good read.

2. Walk Through Fire by Kristen Ashley

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I love love love Kristen Ashley. She is such a good writer. She draws you in with the first word and won’t let you go till you finish the book. Outside of Nora Roberts, she is a lady who’s novels aren’t always predictable. The lovers get together eventually but not before going through a whole lot of trials and tribulations. OK, enough of my ranting.

Walk Through Fire is the 4th book in her Chaos Series. It is a standalone novel so you may not need to read books 1-3 (although I’ll advise you read them just to be familiar with the characters). Millie Cross and Bad boy Logan “High” Judd  fell in love at first sight and life was good, until Millie learned she couldn’t be the woman he needed and made it so he had no choice but to walk away. Twenty years later, High realizes just how Millie walked through fire for her man.

3. Shiftily Ever After – Georgette St. Clair

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If you love all things paranormal, then this is for you. I’m still reading this but so far, I’m liking it. It’s funny, not so cheesy and just plain enjoyable.

This is the 1st book in the Alpha Prime Series. Here, single female shifters from all across the country are flocking to the brand new territory in Greenlands, New Hampshire. Dakota Sheffield, who is impersonating another woman falls hard for the Fenris pack’s Alpha Prime, Miles Williams.

The pack of feral orphans she’s taking care of, her new best friend and a human government all add twists and turns to the story.

4. His Obsession by Sam Crescent

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Sam Crescent is known for her steamy, sexy and sometimes BDSM scenes, and she didn’t disappoint in this book. It’s the second book in her Owner Series (I know I have a lot of series up here, I don’t even know why. However these books are standalone).

Stephen Knox is the billionaire owner of an exclusive gentleman’s club called Possession. He, however, doesn’t believe in what the club represents until Ursula Mills, his cleaner/cook walks into his life.Their passion ignites to a fever pitch neither could have expected.

I have to warn you though, the scenes are too graphic and the book contains anal play and spanking.

5. Making The Cut (The Sons of Templar MC Book 1) by Anne Malcom

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I promise, the next reading list will not have any series (I hope).

This is the 1st book in Anne Malcom’s The Sons of Templar Series. And I really loved reading it.

Gwen Alexandra, after a near death experience with her Harley riding ex, swore off men until she met another bike rider, Cade Fletcher. From the moment she meets him, the attraction sizzles between them. She tries to ignore the attraction between them. But her heart, and her life are in danger once again.

So there you have it. Our first weekend reading list. As you can tell, they are all romance novels. If you’re not a romance addict, let me know the novels you’d love to see me put up in the comment section. As I said earlier, this is not genre-specific.

Love,

Endi

Ps: I love these series we are introducing. You can read about the Be Inspired Series and our interview with the lovely Tosyn Bucknor.

 

 

  • stanley nwanna

    Am more of a political type and it’s more of articles on everyday life,political activities, historical books, that’s all

  • stanley nwanna

    So we that don’t like novels dose it also mean that we don’t read ni?

    • Sorry Stanley. What kind of books do you read? Suggest and I’ll put it up.