1. The Boy With The Painful Tattoo by Josh Lanyon
The third installment in The Holmes & Moriarity Series by Josh Lanyon delivered a satisfying mystery; tender, sexy moments between the main characters; the reappearance of old friends and the introduction of quirky characters to keep Kit in a perpetual knot and J.X. in an off-kilter quandary. These men are such opposites and they are so real, you root for them as their rocky relationship develops. Lanyon writes like no one else. He knocked it out of the park.
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1.The Boy With The Painful Tattoo by Josh Lanyon
This latest series installment heralds the return of two of my all- time favorite characters. The dynamic between Kit and JX is intense and powerful. Their serious relationship issues were dealt with painfully realistically while being juxtaposed with madcap murder & mayhem. Love Kit’s snarky, yet warm and straightforward POV. More please! Continue reading Dianne’s best of ’14
1. Written in My Own Heart’s Blood by Diana Gabaldon
It’s Gabaldon. It’s Outlander. It’s Claire and Jamie. It’s my favorite book of the year. Continue reading 2shay’s best of ’14
Solidly written mystery that had me constantly revising my theories right to the end. Speaking of which; Oh my freaking god! There better be a second book!!! Awesome twist.
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I read many, many books during the past year. Many wonderful fantastic books! Some stinky books too–books I loved but wanted to drive to the writer’s house and kick them in the knee for making me tired and grumpy and for creating SUCH.AN.ASSHOLE. (you know who you are, Aleks!) I made a grand list… and it was too long. I was slapped on the wrist and given a rule. A Helpful Rule. Only books published within the year 2014. Shew! That helped immensely! So, here goes: Continue reading Holly’s best of ’14
1. Beneath the Stain by Amy Lane
This was just my style Amy Lane. Little doses of pain and angst dished out weekly because I read it as a serial. The rags to riches trope was brilliantly done. The rock star and his manager forbidden love story made me melt ❤ I even scored a t-shirt with the band logo! Continue reading Whit’s best of ’14
It’s time for the obligatory best of lists. Okay, it’s a little past time. I wanted to make sure I didn’t encounter something amazing at the end of the year and the crazy of the holidays is pretty much over. So, without further ado, here are my favorite books of 2014 in no particular order. Continue reading Faye’s Best of ’14