4 Responses to “Vacation books…”

  1. Cathy September 13, 2007 at 4:35 PM #

    An ebook series that I really enjoyed was by JB Skully. The first book is Dead to the Max, with a total of 5 books in the series. Each book is a new storyline, though I would recommend reading them in order because an important part of each plot does carry over in each story. I had them all loaded on my last road trip, and read them all back to back. Got them over at Fictionwise.

  2. tvaddictgurl September 13, 2007 at 4:53 PM #

    It’s too bad they don’t have the Shomi books as e-books. I just finished Driven at lunch today and it was really good. I enjoyed it more than the other book I’ve read in the line.

  3. Cass September 13, 2007 at 7:55 PM #

    Here are a couple that might be worth your while. 😉

    Solomon’s Jar by Alex Archer
    Charmed to Death by Shirley Damsgaard

    Also if you like shorter, erotic fare:

    Wicked Temptation by Cora Zane
    I Put A Spell On You or Compulsion by Cassandra Curtis
    (shameless self-promotion) LOL

  4. Bev Stephans September 14, 2007 at 2:58 PM #

    Even though these e-books come from a rival e-pub, I highly recommend them:

    Out Of This World
    A Lick And A Promise

    Both are by Ann Wesley Hardin and are available at Ellora’s Cave. If you do purchase them, read Out Of This World first. It is funny and steamy at the same time.

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