So… Since I kind of cheated earlier on, counting short stories as books on Goodreads (and here), I am not counting the re-reading of those two books. That should make it all even, don’t you think?
Anyway, here’s what I read during the week:
May 29: Re-read “Playing the Game” by M.Q. Barber, Book 1 of the Neighborly Affection series, an erotic romance. The blurb and my “review” from when I first read it can be found HERE.
Jun 1: Re-read “Crossing the Line” by M.Q. Barber, Book 2 of the Neighborly Affection series, an erotic romance. The blurb and my “review” from when I first read it can be found HERE.
I enjoyed reading BOTH of these more the second time around. And there were parts of Book 2 that had me in tears the first time around and still hit me hard the second time around. Now, how good is that?
Jun 2: “Healing the Wounds” by M.Q. Barber, Book 3 of the Neighborly Affection series, an erotic romance. There are no safe words. There is only surrender. When
leapt into sexual games with her neighbors Henry and Jay, she didn’t plan to
fall in love. She sure didn’t expect she’d be the switch between Henry’s
commanding mastery and Jay’s submissive playfulness. But now she’s moving in
with them, and she’d better figure it all out – fast. Trouble is, she’s never
been a live-in girlfriend. The day after a traumatic first night at a BDSM club
might not be the best time to start. Struggling to find her place within the
seeks equality in a relationship built on surrender. Learning to lean on Henry
challenges the foundation of her self-worth. He’ll have to lean on her in
return for their triad to find stability. But can her stoic dominant lover
accept her as a confidante as well as a submissive? And will their love be
enough to silence Jay’s emotional ghosts? ONE DAY! I read this book
in one day! Man, I can't believe it's over, either (well, for now, I’ve been
told there will be more—yay!). I loved it. An emotional ride for sure as well
as some hot, hot, sex. I gave it 5 stars on Goodreads. When this series finally
ends up in print (and it should), I will be buying them. And I will re-read
them—again. They are KEEPERS and being on my e-reader just won’t do. Alice
I finally watched the movie “Veronica Mars.” It never showed up around here in the theatre, but I received the DVD for Mother’s Day. I enjoyed it. It was nice seeing everyone again. And I mean, EVERYONE. I think every character from that series had a part in that movie in one form or another. I think the only character missing was Duncan Kane (anyone remember him?).
So… What books/series have you re-read? Was it just as good as the first time, or did you discover you enjoyed them more?