So I did. Maili gave instructions for book hopping on her blog. I’m such a follower (not really, but I can pretend) so I’m going to do it.

Directions:

1. Take first five novels from your bookshelf.
2. Book 1 — first sentence
3. Book 2 — last sentence on page 50
4. Book 3 — second sentence on page 100
5. Book 4 — next to the last sentence on page 150
6. Book 5 — final sentence of the book
7. Make the five sentences into a paragraph.
8. Feel free to “cheat” to make it a better paragraph.
9. Name your sources
10.Post to your blog.

This morning, I wandered to my bookshelf and pulled books randomly from the EC section to do one Ellora’s Cave entry. I also had five books sitting next to my chair waiting to be read so I used those for my second entry rather than pulling from my bookshelf. I didn’t cheat, just entered them as I found them.

Ellora’s Cave:

“Trust Me!””The bedroom is fine.” He replaced his hand with his lips and kissed her stomach, working his way down. Nothing to do about it now, except enjoy the day. And they never looked back.

1. Power Exchange by Madeline Oh
2. Promises Linger by Sarah McCarty
3. Lover’s Talisman by Ashleigh Raine
4. Paradise Awakening by Jaci Burton
5. Waiting For It by Rhyannon Byrd

From my TBR pile:

She seemed to float above the ghostly evening mist like a menacing beast rising from the primeval ooze.The police spoke in quiet voices among themselves and treated Rashid with wary courtesy, as if they weren’t convinced he had no part in whatever crimes had been committed but had no wish to offend a man with wealth and influence. He groaned, which cause several female heads to swivel in their direction. He looked at the stack of newspapers for a moment and then reached for The Times. “I won’t,” he said fiercly.

1. Sahara by Clive Cussler
2. The Veiled Web by Catherine Asaro
3. Derik’s Bane by Mary Janice Davidson
4. Lie By Moonlight by Amanda Quick
5. Full Pursuit by Jasmine Cresswell

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