Finished galleys for Hunting the Demon! Yayyyyy! :cheer:
One project down, and just in time to start a new book. However, it’s supposed to be 86 degrees today, and it’s Biker Dude’s day off. What do you think he’ll want to do today? :charlie:
Which means I’ll probably knuckle down and dig into Demon on the Run tomorrow :giggle:
The good thing about reading through Hunting the Demon so thoroughly is that it’s giving me a great jumpstart into the next book, refreshing my mind on where I left off, so that I can wrap my brain around ‘what’s next’ in the Demon Hunter’s series. By the time I got to the end of the book last night, I was so ready to dive into the next book it was hard not to grab pen and paper and start right then.
But then The Apprentice came on, and I just had to see who The Donald was going to fire. Heh.
Some awesome news! Fallen Angels Reviews has given Nothing Personal a Recommended Read! Thank you Missy! :boobie: Here’s what she had to say about the book:
Have you ever read the blurb of a book and fell in love with it because that’s what happened to me with this book? It’s Cinderella and Romeo and Juliet come to life. I could perfectly understand the feelings that each person was going through in doubting their love. I love the way that Ryan brings the better side of Faith to life with a makeover he’s not sure that he can handle when he sees the results. However, this book is about more than looks; it’s about a couple that listens to the other person and finally comes to learn that they are both worth loving. It’s been quite a while since I’ve read a Ms. Burton book, but Jaci for this one you get a 5 angel review, a recommended read and the chance for me to go back to your backlist and see what all I’ve missed.
Just makes you want to run right out and download the book from Samhain Publishing, doesn’t it? Which you can do right here. :sasmokin: