Three ummm… Lists Make a List?

This post is more of a bookmark for myself – but ICYMI, here are three themed recommendation lists, with quite a few additional recs in the comments.

8 thoughts on “Three ummm… Lists Make a List?

  1. Came over from Hilcia’s blog… trying to follow through on my promise 🙂 I can recommend Elle Kennedy, really nice writer. Her characters are believable and the stories are engaging. Hope you enjoy them as well.

    Haven’t read Kristen Callihan, but will need to check it out.

    • Thanks for stopping by! I’ve only heard positive things about Elle Kennedy, so definitely want to read her books. I’m starting to hear Kristen Callihan’s NA books mentioned in the same breath as Kennedy’s, so my impression is that they write in a similar vein.

  2. As soon as you have more than one item, then it’s a list in my opinion 😛

    NA sports romances are really popular at the moment and it makes sense to me. Still wished authors would tackle more amateur sports though. Not the promise of making hugely big. Also, I would space reading Elle Kennedy and Kristen Callihan. Otherwise, you might find a lot of similarities.

    • Hey nath! How are you? That happened to me reading Patricia Briggs and Eileen Wilks… had to re-orient myself with the mythology of each of their series.

      I’ll wait a while before delving into Kristen Callihan, as I’ve already read Elle Kennedy’s NA books.

    • So now I’ve to make a decision between Elle Kennedy and Kristen Callihan??!! Ha.

      Miranda Kenneally does some “amateur” sports – I really liked her most recent, BREATHE, ANNIE, BREATHE (about a girl who’s training for a marathon).

      I’m glad I’m not the only one who mentally classes Patricia Briggs and Eileen Wilks together.

      • I haven’t read Eileen Wilks in so long, so that hasn’t been an issue for me. Although every time I see one of her books, I tell myself i should start her again.

        LOL, perhaps you won’t have that issue. I know plenty of people who read The Hook Up and The Deal and loved both. Personally, after reading The Deal, I felt it was a cross between the Ivy Years series by Sarina Bowen and The Hook Up and that affected my enjoyment.

        I know. I loved Breathe, Annie, Breathe. That one was a great one.

        Mearias – I’m good! hopefully, I’ll catch you this summer in NYC 😛

  3. I’ve read Sarina Bowen’s books too… Those are similar as well, although I did prefer Elle Kennedy’s writing style a lot more.

    Will have to check out Miranda Kenneally as well 🙂

    • I am a big fan of Sarina Bowen’s writing! I love her Harkness College books. After this conversation, I’m starting my Elle Kennedy this weekend 😉

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