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Favorite Fantasy And Romance Books

Sylarah
 
Dark Lover: Number 1 in series (Black Dagger Brotherhood)
Dark Lover: Number 1 in series (Black Dagger Brotherhood)
"Brilliant and witty vampire series with interesting characters and plots. J.R. Ward's world is very well depicted and easily draws you in."
Covet: Number 1 in series (Fallen Angels)
Covet: Number 1 in series (Fallen Angels)
"Another great series by J.R. Ward. It is witty, action-packed and the romance elements are compelling and sexy."
Mine to Possess
Mine to Possess
"Apart from the cheasy covers, this is a  great sci-fi series that is both witty, sexy and well written. Also has interesting, overlapping plots from book to book."
Hunger Like No Other (Immortals After Dark, Book 1)
Hunger Like No Other (Immortals After Dark, Book 1)
"A personal favorite! I love Kresley Cole's fun, sexy "Immortals After Dark" Series. Amazing, colourful world and nice incorporation of various legendary creatures in the books."
Iron Duke, The (Novel of the Iron Seas)
Iron Duke, The (Novel of the Iron Seas)
"Meljean Brook's new Iron Seas-series is brilliant! Adventure and romance set in a fascinating steampunk setting. She is fast becoming a favorite beside Cole, Ward and Singh"
City of Bones (Mortal Instruments): 1
City of Bones (Mortal Instruments): 1
"Really good fantasy romance series. Don't be put of by the fact it is intended as a teenage book - it's still GREAT!"
The Infernal Devices 1: Clockwork Angel
The Infernal Devices 1: Clockwork Angel
"A new series by Cassandra Clare set in 19th century London. Thoroughly enjoyable read, with lots of mystery, action, wit and interesting characters. Can't wait for the next instalment!"
No Humans Involved: Number 7 in series (Otherworld)
No Humans Involved: Number 7 in series (Otherworld)
"The forty-something necromancer/tv-spiritualist is perhaps the most awesome main character to date. Period."
The Summoning: Number 1 in series: 1/3 (Darkest Powers)
The Summoning: Number 1 in series: 1/3 (Darkest Powers)
"Another very good series with a young necromancer as the heroine by Kelly Armstrong."
Armed and Magical
Armed and Magical
"Along with Cassandra Clare's books, probably one of the best fantasy series I have read in ages, particularly the heroine is awesome! Adventure and wit all the way."
Lord of the Fading Lands
Lord of the Fading Lands
"A very good high fantasy, epic romance series. Kind heroines, alpha heroes and despicable villans gallore! Very well described, albeit the plot is a bit dragged out at times."
Poison Study (MIRA)
Poison Study (MIRA)
"Brilliant, gripping book with an interesting plot and characters."
Dance of the Dead (Ravenloft)
Dance of the Dead (Ravenloft)
"This book is truely worth the read! A fantastic combination of story, great characters and a creepy New Orleans-meets-zombies type mood."
The Hollow Kingdom (Hollow Kingdom Trilogy)
The Hollow Kingdom (Hollow Kingdom Trilogy)
"A really good book, although the writing style takes some getting used to. This is a personal favorite, and I love Dunkle's re-make of classic legends."
The Changeling Sea (Firebird Fantasy)
The Changeling Sea (Firebird Fantasy)
"A sweet and touching faerie-tale-ish story about love, hate and belonging. I can't recommend this short story enough, it is pure magic."
Tithe (A Modern Tale of Faerie)
Tithe (A Modern Tale of Faerie)
"Holly Black combies trailer-park-trashy humans with the cruel fae in her books Tithe, Ironside and Valiant with an amazing result."
Wicked Lovely
Wicked Lovely
"Fae again! Reminiscent of Holly Black's books, this series is darker and sexier but never quite reaches Holly Black's level."
Dragon Bound (Elder Races Novels)
Dragon Bound (Elder Races Novels)
"Harrison is definitely on my new authors-to-watch list. Very good paranormal romance, with a good dose of humor, sexiness and good writing."
The Darkest Night (Lords of the Underworld: Book 1)
The Darkest Night (Lords of the Underworld: Book 1)
"This was the first Showalter book I read, and I loved it! Showalter's books can be quite good and provide nice reading while waiting for the next Cole/Singh/Ward books, but that is it."
Dark Desire: Number 2 in series ('Dark' Carpathian)
Dark Desire: Number 2 in series ('Dark' Carpathian)
"The Dark Carpathian series is a mixed experience. They can be good in small doses, but they tend to be very formulatic and the writing is dull. Only books 2-8 are worth reading, DISREGARD the rest."
Dance With The Devil (Dark-Hunter World)
Dance With The Devil (Dark-Hunter World)
"Like Feehan and Warren, reading Kenyon's books can be kind of a mixed experience. While Kenyon makes really interesting characters, the pacing of the stories and the plots often fall short."
Here Kitty, Kitty
Here Kitty, Kitty
"Shelly Laurenston's books are quite sexy, funny, and the characters are completely crazy (in a good way). Laurenston's books are good, but sometimes the stories are too long or too slow paced."
Dead After Dark
Dead After Dark
"This anthology is worth investing in for one reason alone: J.R. Ward's "The Story of Son". It  is a deliciously good story, and a must for any BDB fan. The remaining stories were forgettable at best."
Burning Up (Berkley Sensation)
Burning Up (Berkley Sensation)
"Another brilliant anthology. Singh never fails to deliver, even in her short stories, and Meljean Brook's Iron Seas Prequel is awesome."
Possess Me at Midnight (Doomsday Brethren)
Possess Me at Midnight (Doomsday Brethren)
"This is one of the countless "brotherhood of supernatural hunks fight evil and find their destined mates"-type series. Unlike virtually ALL the rest, Black's series is amazingly good, sexy and dark."