For What It's Worth

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Waiting On Wednesday

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.
For my first WoW I have two books from the paranormal genre....but both ends of the spectrum. One YA and one decidedly not! :-)

I'm lucky - the two books I'm waiting for are almost here!

The Reckoning (Darkest Powers, Book 3)

The first one is The Reckoning (Darkest Powers, Book 3) by Kelley Armstrong. It will be nice to have a conclusion to at least one of the series I'm reading! Plus I'm looking forward to more Derek. (April 6, 2010) 

Lover Mine: A Novel of the Black Dagger BrotherhoodThe second one is Lover Mine: A Novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.R.Ward. This book tells John Matthew and Xhex's story. John Matthew probably has the most continuous storyline in this series, so it will be nice to see how it gets resolved. I'm also hoping for a little Blay/Qhuinn action...but I doubt that's where she'll go with that *sad face*. (hardcover April 27,2010)
What about you? Post a link for your WoW selections in my comment section and I'll go check it out!


  1. Omigosh, I'm dying for the nexy J.R. Ward, too! Her books are The Crack. (Crhackh?) I like JM, though I'm not all that into Xhex, but what I really want is Tohr's book. *whimpers* Why won't she write Tohr's book?

    Here be my WoW for this weeK:

  2. Thanks for sharing my contest. I've been looking forward to getting into the Kelly Armstrong books!

    And on a side note- Tiger Holland? Are you the Tiger I know from Nashville?

  3. It's a good series - I like the adult ones better but they are in the same "otherworld"! I enjoy your blog btw..

    Tiger is from Nashville so I'm guessing she's the same one....I would think that there weren't too many Tiger's from Nasville around :-)

  4. I have the summoning but haven't read it yet, looks like a great series though!

  5. I'm excited for The Reckoning too! I have to catch up on BDB, I think I have two more books to go before this one. But it'll be nice to have John's story told!

    Found you on the blog hop.