Not that it matters, but RITA finalists I've read

Yeah, doesn't really matter and I don't ever make it a point to read the RITA books, but here are the one's that I've read:

Rules of Engagement by Kathryn Caskie
The Runaway Duke by Julie Ann Long (I liked this one and need to buy her next one, saw it in the store, so it's out)
Julia Quinn's short in Lady Whistledown Strikes Back
Codename: Princess by Christina Skye (Codename: Nanny made me glom Skye, but I haven't read too many of them yet. I loved Hot Pursuit and have a couple more SEALs on the shelf to read)
Blue Moon by Lori Handeland ( I LOVED this book.)
Divided in Death by J.D. Robb
Visions in Death by J.D. Robb (eh, they're good, but they're just more In Death. Not to say that I don't like these, as new books here are those rare books I buy in hardback, although cheaply.)

I do have a few more in my tbr pile. Interesting. Yeah, there really is no point to this post. *g*


Jill said...

Loved Blue Moon, love all Skye books, and still love love love JD Robb ...

Amy said...

I have Code Name: Nanny on my TBR pile...guess I better get to it, huh?

I've read American Idle (good), Time Off for Good Behavior (very good...she's now on my must-buy list), The Ocean Between Us (also loved it) and A Family Christmas. I have a couple others on my TBR pile that I'm sure I'll get to one of these years. :) Thanks for sharing. Not useless at all, because now I'll move Skye's book up. :)

Nicole said...
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Kate R said...

okay, so you're wright. right. correct.

Can I use illness as an excuse? Or is that too obvious?


BJ Deese said...

It's a good post, Nicole! :)

I read Kathryn Caskie's 2nd book, LADY IN WAITING, and it was very entertaining. I do have ROE on my bookshelf, and hopefully I'll get to it soon...

sybil said...

Julie Ann Long's book is out? Damn I haven't seen it yet. Loved the first one! Glad to hear you liked Blue Moon, I have both of them but haven't read them yet.