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Harlequin Blaze Books Update – December 2010 & January 2011

I brought the Harlequin Blaze books up to date today. I even added some through February 2011. :-) I have my friend Heather to thank, because she was kind enough to send me much of the information so I could update the database. Thanks Heather! I appreciate all your help!

December 2010

January 2011

Enjoy!

Recent Reviews Added to the Website

I’ve been on a serious reading binge and have just posted reviews for a few of the books I’ve enjoyed reading over the past few weeks. Here are some links to help you find them. :-)

Burning Up is an anthology made up of stories written by four different writers of paranormal romance. Of the four stories in this excellent anthology, my favorite was Shifting Sea, but of course, since I’m a huge fan of Virginia Kantra’s Children of the Sea series, I’m partial to her tales. Read More

If I wasn’t hooked on Virginia Kantra’s Children of the Sea series before Immortal Sea, I would be now. But who am I kidding? I’ve loved this series ever since Sea Witch was released. Immortal Sea is the story of Morgan of the finfolk and Dr. Elizabeth Rodriguez, a woman with whom Morgan spent one night of pleasure with about 16 years ago. Now Elizabeth has two children, and it becomes apparent quite quickly that Morgan fathered her teenage son, Zack. Morgan is sure Zack is also finfolk and wants only to take him and return to the sea. Only his desire for Elizabeth keeps him from doing just that. Read More

Body Master is a science fiction romance set on Earth after an alien ship has crash-landed on the planet. The aliens have the ability to use human DNA to reproduce human bodies for themselves and they’ve used that ability to blend into the human population. Some want only to build new lives for themselves…some want to take over the world. Read More

Don’t Kill the Messenger is an entertaining paranormal romance told through the eyes Melina Markowitz, a woman who operates as a Messenger for supernatural beings. Early in the story, Melina gets caught up in trouble and has to come to terms with that fact that she is eventually going to have to take a stand instead of letting everyone else deal with the problems that sometimes pop up. There’s a sexy vampire, but the real hero of this story is the normal human cop watching out for Melina. Read More

Counterpoint: Song of the Fallen (Volume 1 of 2) is an erotic tale of fantasy and romance between an elf and the prince who has captured him. Set on a world where elves and humans live apart because of a war waged between the two many years ago, this story has a well-built, full, and rich universe. Read More

Jungle Heat is a compelling revisit of Tarzan. During an expedition to Africa, James finds a man who has been living in the jungle, having apparently been raised by the Gorillas of the Congo. Odd One, or Michael as he’s later called, is drawn to James, who begins teaching him about Man. Read More

Seducing the Highlander by Emma Wildes Reviewed

I just posted a new review to the site.

In Seducing the Highlander, Emma Wildes introduces three Scottish heroes who can’t help but come to the rescue of three damsels in distress. The included stories are Seducing Ian, Seducing Robbie, and Seducing Adain, and although each story is a stand-alone novella, this anthology is actually made up of three connected stories that make this book hard to put down. Read the rest of the review for Seducing the Highlander…

Updated Heat book lists

Today I finished an update to the Heat book lists I’ve had in the works. I split out the NAL Heat and the Berkley Heat titles since I’ve discovered that the books can actually be quite different.

I hope to have some reviews to post soon.

I started I Spy a Wicked Sin last night, and so far it’s been hard to keep myself from revisiting it today even though I’ve got stuff to do. ;)

Books are like that sometimes—they make it hard to concentrate on the real world!

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Blaze series books updated on The Erotic Reader website

It’s that time again. Although I still have many, many updates to do to bring my book lists up to date for 2010 (Berkley Sensation, Heat, Brava, Blacklace, Avon Red, Aphrodisia, etc..) I have brought the Harlequin Blaze books up to date with all the Blaze-y goodness from February and March.

I’m also trying to update some of my audio and ebooks links, so my formats available lists for each book will be accurate. If you notice in the Blaze lists, I’ve already done some of this and you’ll see lots of new audio links for the 2010 books.

Hope you enjoy the site! — TER

Harlequin Blaze books – January 2010; Spice Books – December 2009

I just added the first of the 2010 books to the site, for Blaze! I can’t believe it’s already this close to being next year. 2009 has gone by so fast…

There’s also a new Spice book out this month.

I’m also gearing up to input some reviews I’ve been working on. I’ve read several good books lately, and I’d like to get the reviews up soon.

Updates to the Blaze list for August 2009 Books

I’ve just updated the Blaze list for the August 2009 books. Many of them are already available for order on the eHarlequin.com website.

August’s books include:

Only the first two (#483 and #484) aren’t part of a Harlequin miniseries. August’s Harlequin Blaze books are part of these miniseries:

You can check out other series on the site on the series list. I also put up the titles and authors of the upcoming September – November Harlequin Blaze releases, but my information is incomplete at the moment. I’ll update when I get more details about the books!

The July Harlequin Blaze print books are still available, so get them new while you can. :)

June 2009 Blaze books include books by our favorite authors and a book from someone new

Today I quickly updated the site to include the June 2009 books from Harlequin Blaze. Lots of great authors have books out this coming month, including Tori Carrington, Rhonda NelsonKate Hoffmann, Crystal Green, and Cara Summers. There was also new Blaze author in the lot, Heather MacAllister.

I always enjoy seeing new authors and reading their books to see if they’ve brought anything fresh to the series.

What about you? Do you enjoy trying the new authors or do you avoid them?

Added April and May 2009 Blaze

A few days ago I added the April 2009 and May 2009 Harlequin Blaze books to the site. Oh, and the latest Spice & Spice Briefs too. :) I know it wasn’t anyone’s intention that I do so, but every time I type Spice Briefs, I think of underwear instead of books…

I’ve read quite a few great books lately and have several reviews in the works. I hate that I’m so far behind with them, but I just can’t seem to put down the books long enough to type out the reviews for the one’s I’ve already read!

If you want a sneak peek at what I thought of some of them thought without having to wait for the reviews, just check out the ratings and the recommended reads. If I recommended it, I really liked it. :)

What’s newly recommended

Mirror, Mirror (Spice Briefs) by Amanda McIntyre is a Recommended Read.  I love a good mystery and this short, erotic read delivers! Read my review

Would-Be Witch (Berkley Sensation) by Kimberly Frost is a Highly Recommended Read, but I have to warn you, there’s not a lot of sex in this book. I couldn’t stand not to recommend this book though—it really was that good. This book pulls off sexy without much sex and is the most fun I’ve had reading in ages!

Ravenous: The Dark Forgotten (Signet Eclipse) by Sharon Ashwood is a Highly Recommended Read. There’s plenty of sexual tension in this vampire/witch romance, but it was light on the sex. Still, it’s a sensually appealing romance that’s great reading and I couldn’t stand not to recommend it.

Pretty Poison (Luv Luv) by Yutta Narukami is a Recommended Read. This isn’t my first erotic manga, but it was the first one I’ve been able to recommend without reservation. It’s a surprisingly good “Ladies’ Comic” of the erotic romance variety. If you enjoy comic books, graphic novels or the like, you really might like this one.

Really Unusual Bad Boys (Kensington Brava) by MaryJanice Davidson is a Recommended Read. This imaginative and fun book is an anthology of 3 connected short stories! I really enjoyed the dose of humor in this one.

I’ve got reviews in the hopper for each of these books. I just have to make the time to get them done! (Not so easy when I just want to be reading…)

Have you read anything great lately?

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