Of course I have to say I'm my favourite romance author I really like Christine Feehan's Carpathian series. I love her sexy vampires. Also MaryJanice Davidson's Undead series.
I'm sure we'll hear these authors repeated a million times over, but here are my fave paranormals:
Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark-Hunter series -- incredibly original universe and was first recommended to me by Amazon after I read KMM's stuff
Charlaine Harris -- vampire series starring Sookie Stackhouse! CH said at a book-signing that she writes the series as a mystery genre, but I still think of it as paranormal. The T.V. series of it is coming to HBO soon!
Maryjanice Davidson -- the Betsy Taylor vamp queen series is hilarious. I find her other stuff too cheesy, but her Betsy books have a poignancy that I love.
Katie McAllister -- I think the Aisling Grey series is a little far-fetched, but I love it anyway. Who could possibly be immune to Drake's hotness?
Jennifer Armintrout -- a new fave. Very, very dark and very, very well-written vampire series
Jim Butcher -- all hail Harry Dresden!
Helen Fielding -- forget about the movie; if you haven't read "Bridget Jones' Diary", get it immediately!
Sophie Kinsella -- can't vouch for the newest Shopaholic book, as I thought it was dumb beyond all imagining, but the rest of the series is pretty good (when I read the first book five years ago, I had GB's image implanted firmly in my mind as a perfect choice for Luke).
Ann Brashares (I know I spelled that wrong) -- I still dig young adult novels, and her Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series is actually really good for adults too
Jane Austen -- no description necessary; forever and ever, world without end, amen
And as always, my old stand-bys: Anne Rice, Stephen King, L.M. Montgomery, etc.
Return of the Highlander
Secrets of the Highwayman
Passions of the Ghost
He fitted himself to me and begin a , driving erotic, rhythmic bump and grind.
A Viking Princess masterpiece
Is he yummy or what?
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Nora Roberts - Specifically this series:
Dance of the Gods
Valley of Silence
Christina Dodd - Darkness Chosen series
No one has mentioned Nora Roberts yet. She is all over the board in what she writes so there is something for everyone. I also recommend Jean Auel her books a pre history ice age but absolutly wonderful.
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Definitely, Pamela Clare historicals and romance/suspense, Emma Holly, Sherrilyn Kenyon, J.R. Ward BDB, Katie MacAlister.
Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series;
Linda Howard, especially Son of the Morning (a highlander book), and Cry No More;
Melissa McCarty's highlanders;
Many of Nora Roberts, particularly her Irish trilogy: Jewels of the Sun, Tears of the Moon, Heart of the Sea.
Lynn Kurland: though I've only read one of hers so far (Stardust of Yesterday), I loved it!
Julie Garwood: I've read The Wedding and The Bride so far and recommend them!
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