The Sleeping Beauty trilogy is Rice's take on erotica. She wrote them under the pseudonym A.N. Roquelaure pretty early on in her career. Usually with that genre, the plot isn't the most important thing. Since they're calling 50 Shades "mommy porn," I'm not surprised Amazon recommended it.
I finished reading everything that I had at home last week leaving only the dreaded Steven Erikson - Gardens of the Moon, I just can't finish this book for some reason. I really don't like moving to a new book until I've finished what I'm currently reading, even if it's terrible but I have tried to finish this one so many times now and just can't seem to get into it ...should have known better when I saw that it had a 5 page list of all the characters at the start to help you keep everyone straight! I was trying to wait until payday so I could stock up again but I just couldn't wait 2 more days, had to go to the bookstore at lunch. I picked up The Dragon Factory by Jonathan Maberry, I wanted to get his new one since I seen it in months ago but they are either super slow to reorder or my timing is terrible.
Thanks guys...I will give that series a pass, then. Anyway, I'm about to start Alice Hoffman's The Dovekeepers. The jacket blurb reminded me a bit of The Red Tent, which I loved.
In theory I'm getting a free copy of The Hangman's Daughter and an advance copy of it's sequel. I'm kind of looking forward to a change of pace in the reading department.