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Right now I'm reading Changeling by Yasmine Galenorn. Haven't gotten too far into it, but so far it's good.
I'm also reading Personal Demons by Stacia Kane. So far the heroine in that one is a little TSTL, but otherwise it seems alright. Kane's got a knack for cramming a lot into one scene.
I'm a bit behind on my Karen Traviss. I still haven't read the book that came before Judge (can't remember the title at the moment). I like to read her books on the plane because they take my mind off flying. Since I have to fly a few times a year, I save them until then. Have you read the Jani Killian series by Kristine Smith? I really liked those, and the style is similar to Traviss's.
I read Grimspace as soon as it arrived at my house, and thought it was really good, too---especially as a first novel. I was really happy to see the sequel coming out so soon after the first one. It'll be interesting to see what happens next.
Haven't read Karen Traviss.
I'm still reeling (in a good way) from Touch of Twilight, the new Vicki Pettersson. So so good.
Grimpsace is such an awesome name.
Right now I'm working my way through A Lick of Frost by Laurell K. Hamilton. It's going well---a lot more plot in this one than some of the previous installments, which I like.
I read and loved Jennifer Rardin's Jaz Parks series. It is one of the few series that I'm willing to buy brand-new (ever since I discovered PBS my new book purchases have plummeted). She has a really refreshing writing style. I always feel like I'm watching a long-awaited movie motion picture, like a new episode of the X-Men or Star Trek crossed with James Bond when I read her books.
ETA: I just finished Wicked Gentlemen.
i adore her Meredith Gentry serie, with the seelie and the unseelie court.. i sooo wanna read "a lick of frost" gimme.. ^^
im with booklover79 on her vison... i would cry if she stopped writing about Frost and Darkness... seriusly.
vicouslittlething-- Rob Thurman's Cal Leandros series is one of my favorite Urban Fantasy series.
I just finished a good Paranormal (fantasy/steampunk) Romance--
NEW BLOOD by Gail Dayton
Amanusa is a half-English, half-Romanian healer/hedge-witch who lives in a cottage near a forest in Transylvania and is plagued by vicious rebels living in the hills who demand she help their wounded men. Jax is a centuries-old servant to a Blood Sorceress, who, before she is killed in the 17th century, commands Jax to seek out her successor and give her the knowledge she puts in his head. He's been looking for two hundred years and finally finds Amanusa. She's hesitant to trust him (she's been abused by men in the past) but she wants freedom from the rebels and justice for the murders of her parents and brother. Lots of harrowing action and adventure ensue.