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    Fireside, book 5 in the Lakeshore Chronicles by Susan Wiggs
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    Latest one? Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer... Basically all her books which cost a LOT. lol

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    Latest book: A Voice in the Wind by Francine Rivers

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    The Ghost and Mrs McClure by by Cleo Coyle. Hmmmmm. I hope the remaining books in the series are less boring then this first book, because I ordered the entire series from Amazon instead of just giving the first book a test drive. I guess I was captivated by the title, which triggered the fond memories of staying up late and watching the movie "The Ghost and Mrs Muir" with my mom when I was young. Hope I get more into the series after I have this first one under my belt.
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    Re: Your latest book purchases

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    The Ghost and Mrs McClure by by Cleo Coyle. Hmmmmm. I hope the remaining books in the series are less boring then this first book, because I ordered the entire series from Amazon instead of just giving the first book a test drive. I guess I was captivated by the title, which triggered the fond memories of staying up late and watching the movie "The Ghost and Mrs Muir" with my mom when I was young. Hope I get more into the series after I have this first one under my belt.
    I thought of that as soon as I heard the title, let me know Mike'sgirl if its worth reading.

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    Bone Crossed by Patricia Briggs - book four of the Mercy Thompson series - really great twist on the paranomal werewolf theme.
    "When life gives you lemons, squirt lemon juice in your enemy's eyes."

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    Bone Crossed by Patricia Briggs - book four of the Mercy Thompson series - really great twist on the paranomal werewolf theme.
    Oh, this sounds interesting. Thanks. I'm realizing I like this genre. I just purchased the first 4 of the GhostWalker series by Christine Feehan; accidentally read book 4 first, Conspiracy Game, it was fantastic.

    It's X-Men like, military, lots of action and love. Good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talldede;3391023;
    Oh, this sounds interesting. Thanks. I'm realizing I like this genre. I just purchased the first 4 of the GhostWalker series by Christine Feehan; accidentally read book 4 first, Conspiracy Game, it was fantastic.

    It's X-Men like, military, lots of action and love. Good stuff.
    Check out her website. She had 3 series currently going, The Ghostwalkers, the Jaguar series and of course The Carpathians.
    "When life gives you lemons, squirt lemon juice in your enemy's eyes."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bearcata;3396678;
    Check out her website. She had 3 series currently going, The Ghostwalkers, the Jaguar series and of course The Carpathians.
    Thanks, I checked out her site, very comprehensive.

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