The Cattleman's Unsuitable Wife by Pam Crooks (shudder)
Although I have a few Pam Crooks books, I'm not sure I've read any yet.
In the vast wilds of Montana Territory, strikingly beautiful Zurina Vasco dreams of respectability. When cattleman Trey Wells's betrothed is kidnapped, blame falls on Zurina's brother—and a vengeful Trey demands she help him track them down. The journey is perilous, and Trey is struck by Zurina's courage and strength—and the passion she ignites in him. He realizes she is the only woman for him—but there is much to overcome before he can give her the love, care and true home she deserves….
Texas Wedding for Their Baby's Sake (shudder)
This one sounds much better then the title suggests and at only $2.99 - a squeal of a deal!
Brandon Dumont is not the man he was. Embittered by war, he's now a rugged survivor, a broken hero. Certain he's not fit for society, he finds his lonely self-imposed exile shattered by the arrival of the woman he once bedded and left behind. Since her fiancé went to war, social butterfly Caroline Benét has had to grow up fast. She's held up a stagecoach at gunpoint and left the safety of Charleston for wild Texas territory—all to find a man she no longer knows…for the sake of their unborn child….
Other books in the order:
Storm Watch by Jill Shalvis
There hasn't been a Jill Shalvis Blaze/Temptation book I haven't enjoyed
Make Me Yours by Betina Krahn
I love the idea of a Blaze Historical line and I think I have them all so far
Getting Physical by Jade Lee
I love the idea of a muli-ethnic book and I hope they keep coming out with more. Not only that - it was on for only $2.79!
Reynold de Burgh: The Dark Knight by Deborah Simmons
I read this series many years ago and I'm hoping her new start in them are as good
The Slayer by Cindy Dees
A time travel where the heroine goes back to the Persian Empire and Ancient Greece - kewl!!
At the King's Command by Susan Wiggs
I have a feeling this one is a rerelease since I think she's more women's fiction these days. But that's good with me - either way I haven't read it and her older books were very good and buried treasures me thinks. Maybe our favourite SuperLibrarian will know.
****edited already*****Well crap on a cracker! I DO have the original - oh well - it's in terrible shape as I bought it used.
And far be it from me to do things by half measure - this is the Chapters order which has already shipped too!
The Wild Road by Marjorie M Liu
I loved The Fire King and knew I didn't have this one
Dangerous Passions by Lisa Marie Rice
Lisa Marie Rice + 24% off = Of Course!
Tortured by Amada McIntyre
Tortured Hero + 24% off + Amy's Review = Of Course!
Beyond the Rain by Jess Granger
SciFi/Futuristic + 24% off = Of Course!
When Sparks Fly by Autumn Dawn
Now - did someone review this or was it the review at AAR that put it on my radar? Ackk - I hate getting forgetful!
Anyway - it's a new to me author (hands up anyone who thinks that's her real name though) + SciFi/Futuristic romance = me gots to get!
And that half measure thing combined with a SERIOUS addiction - I was in the Chapters B&M store and couldn't leave empty handed!
Double Play by Jill Shalvis (oooh - that's 2 from her!)
I blame Monroe and Nath for this one (yes, I said blame them - I don't need no more stinkin' books :-) for their review at the revamped Breezing Through. As soon as I saw See Jane Score, I was hooked!
Just Sex by Susan Kay Law
I mourned - really mourned - and then got angry - really angry when Avon cancelled Ms. Law's contract because she wouldn't move her Western setting to England to suit their narrow minded views of what attracts readers (must stop rant)(and I'll be mysterious here and say something is in the works but I'm not telling yet).
I hadn't tried her contempory/women's fiction books but when I saw this one which normally sells for $17.50 trade size - on sale for $3.99 - well, I just couldn't not get it!
The Notrious Bridegroom by Kit Donner
New Author + Good Price = I gotta get
I'm not sure if I'm repulsed or attracted by the fact that I'm sure the guy on the cover is a dead ringer for Brad Pitt.
Sea Lord by Virginia Kantra
This is one I really wanted to get in D.C. but I forgot at the Literacy Signing and they were all out at the publisher signing. Now all I have to do before I buy the next one in the series - if there is a next one - is start reading them! Why do I do this??
Seriously - Brent was over the other day and we got talking about life and stuff including addictions and he said he was so glad I didn't get addicted to anything after Ron died. I looked at him, looked around the living room and said 'ahhh Brent, I do have an addiction!'
And *g* you can tell by the length of this post and the time it took to do it that today is my day off!