Booking It–Oldies but goodies Back to Blog

Lately, I have been in the mood to re-read books.  When I have a few minutes, I snag one from the shelf and plop down on the couch for some nice, relaxing time. And when I am particularly time pressed, I like to re-read novellas.

Here are a few of my re-reads:

Angela Knight’s “Blood and Kisses”  novella in Secrets, Volume 3 (Angela’s work later inspired me to write for Red Sage)

Sherrilyn Kenyon’s” Dragonswan”

Kresley Cole’s “The Warlord Wants Forever” in Playing Easy to Get

Linda Howard’s “Lake of Dreams” in Everlasting Love

Jill Barnett’s “David and the Angel” in A Holiday of Love

Since I am trying to finish up the rough draft of my latest novel, free time is at a minimum for me, and these novellas are perfect for that time pinch!

Do you have any favorite novellas that you’d like to share?

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3 responses to “Booking It–Oldies but goodies”

  1. Edie says:

    I don’t remember the title, but Loretta Chase wrote one that I loved. I read it in a library book and was alredy out of print. I thought it was so great, I hunted it down in a used bookstore.

    There’s a great one I read: “Spellbound” by Cynthia Eden. :)

  2. Brandy says:

    My absolute favorite novella is by Janet Miller in DreamQuest. Which is now out of print.

  3. Willa says:

    I am not a huge fan of novellas – I like to sink my teeth into a story and not let go for 300 pages *grrrr* or I find I have paid full price for one authors work and 3 others that don’t appeal. But occasionally you come across a goodie – like Linda Howards Strangers In The Night which is a compilation of 3 short stories by her, featuring Lake Of Dreams, Blue Moon & White Out. 😀

    Nalini Singh has also written 2 shorts – Stroke Of Enticement (in the Magical Christmas Cat) & Beat Of Temptation (in An Enchanted Season) which I both enjoyed – great characterisation and roughly 100 pages of pure romance *sigh*