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Believer’s Top 5 Books 2011

Submitted by Doll Believer on January 8, 2012 – 6:58 am2 Comments

What a great year for PNR/UF!!!! There were a ton of books coming at me left and right this year but I’m making a TOP 5 to share with YOU!

  1. Hunt the Moon Cassandra Palmer #5 by Karen Chance – Phenomenal!!!! Full of action and tearing down secrets left and right Chance delivered!
  2. by J.R. Ward – The scenes between Butch and Vishous put this book on this list. The WARDen took us on a ride and gunned it 180 mph going through BDSM hell!!! When will Ward finally embrace the call to write psychological thrillers? From our mouths to her ears!
  3. by I am hooked!!! The debut to the three book series was one of the most exciting books of 2011 hands down.
  4. by This was the year when the dam broke and the Fever series came to a mind blowing conclusion. Twist and turns on every page – no one could pry the books from our fingers!
  5. by This is my pick for the most exciting book from a debut author in 2011. Macallan came to the party with all guns blazing! Stay tuned for more good things to come from Macallan in 2012.
Once upon a time there was a little girl who loved to read story books. She devoured them because they were full of magical possibilities with every turn of the page. Then the little girl grew up and school work occupied more and more of her time. Eventually the little girl graduated from school, trading in poets & prose for business management & autobiographies. Magic was left behind in her quest for the top and the world became a place filled with “paradigm shifts”, ROI & financial reports. Before she knew it, the girl was a woman who felt out of touch with the world’s magic until she met Birth and her sister Death. While Birth filled her with wonder & happiness; Death filled her with sadness & loss. And so one day she set aside the management books and instead picked up a paperback story filled with vampires, shifters & telepaths. Lo and behold, her passion for these stories blossomed and the woman became a believer in the magic of reading, again. My name is Believer9200 and I believe in the magic of stories because they give me hope.
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  • says:

    Great list! I’ve only read two out of the five so I’m off to add three additional books to my TBR list.

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  • Diane says:

    Wonderful books! What a start to the New Year.

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