Saturday, August 6, 2011

Reading List for July 2011

July has been my biggest month yet, I think? I devoured tons of tasty morsels and a couple that were not as sweet. Definitely a big month of reading. I nearly cleared 1 book a day. Lost a few to some work and other hiccups.

1. Nowhere Near Respectable by Mary Jo Putney
2. Ectasy in Emeralds by Renee Bernard*
3. Lord Langley is Back In Town by Elizabeth Boyle
4. A Little Bit Wild by Victoria Dahl
5. Heiress In Love by Christina Brooke*
6. The Dragon Who Loved Me by G.A. Aiken*
7. Shameless by Anne Stuart*
8. All Through The Night by Connie Brockway
9. Rush of Pleasure by Ryhannon Byrd*
10. Notorious by Nicola Cornick**
11. The Taming of the Rake by Kasey Michaels*
12. Guilty Pleasures by Laure Lee Gurke
13. A Lady's Lesson In Scandal by Meredith Duran
14. How to Seduce a Soundrel by Vicky Dreiling
15. The Marriage Betrayal by Lynne Graham*
16. The Heart of Christmas Anthology by Mary Balogh, Nicola Cornick, and Courtney Milan
17. The Priveledged and the Damned by Kimberly Lang*
18. To Desire a Wicked Duke by Nicole Jordan
19. Who Will Take This Man? by Jacquie D'alessandro
20. Captive of Sin by Anna Campbell
21. A Gentleman Never Tells by Amelia Grey
22. A Midnight Dance by Lila DiPasqua *
23. The Lost by Caridad Pineiro*
24. Bath Tangle by Georgette Heyer*
25. Unclaimed by Courtney Milan
26. Improper Gentleman by Mia Marlowe, Maggie Robinson, Diane Whiteside*

*Review available or upcoming on The Season E-zine
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Let me say right now that I went on a reading binge! It was a ton of fun and I overloaded my mind with romance. Swimming in a sea of romance really. Some of my fave author's are in the group listed above, and several I had not experienced the pleasure of reading until I jumped into this month. FYI: I do believe this is a record for me.
I will say that reading this many books in one month can splinter a person from reality. My entire existence seemed to inhale the written word, and I tended to be quite useless to just about everyone. Plenty more on my TBR list for August and I'm still catching up on some reviews that need to kicked out.


  1. Landra, I had a wonderful time on EE's book chat yesterday, so I wanted to stop by and follow your blog.


    Nice to meet you!

  2. @Phoenix, thank you. I definitely didn't plan on recording breaking reading. Lol!

    @Matthew, I had a great time on the book chat too. Looking forward to next month. Thanks for the follow.