Today author A.M Hargrove stopped by to share with us her top ten. Before we get to that, here is her latest book which is on tour with Candace's Book Blog & CBB Book Promotions. I will be posting the review in February. If you'd like to win a copy of Dark Waltz, the rafflecopter is at the end of this post.
Dark Waltz--A sizzling legend of loss, lust and love.
It’s the year 2030 and the human population has been annihilated by a virulent form of small pox. Liasare Davidson is desperately searching for her brother, who has been missing for three months. It’s been eighteen years since she was evacuated from Earth and she is horrified to see it’s become a cesspool of unimaginable things.
In her quest to find her brother, she meets Jurek, a powerful and enigmatic being that frightens her, yet she is unable to resist. When things begin to unfold between them, they both discover a paralyzing truth that puts Liasare at grave risk. She must make a choice to join Jurek and find her brother or fulfill a role she believes she is ill equipped to undertake.
I was asked to list my top ten favorite books and when I sat down to actually do it, the list turned into about two hundred. So then I thought about what these different books had in common. Was it the genre, the characters, the period they took place in, the mystery, or what? It turned out to be none of the above. It seemed that my taste in books is as eclectic as my taste in music. So instead of giving you my top ten favorite books, I’m going to give you my favorite male characters and favorite female characters. The reason for this is there are many books I’ve read where I’ve loved the story but didn’t love the characters, but then there are books where I loved the characters but were so-so on the story. That means when you read this, you won’t know if these characters came from books I loved or just felt indifferent about. But you will know I loved the characters in them. Oh, and just so you know, these are NOT listed in any specific order or preference...just how they popped into my head. You may have to even guess which books they came from ;-)
Bones and Cat (that ones easy!)
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