Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday (10)Top Ten Books I Wish Could Have Had Sequels

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Top Ten Books I Wish Could Have Had Sequels (they were complete stories but you just could have read more and more about these characters or set in that world) 

1. Eden's Promise-Cassie Edwards
Cassie Edwards has quite a bit of series, but pretty much all of those are native american oriented. She has written other single titles that I have just adored but wished they could have been a part of a series.

2. Lair of the Lion-Christine Feehan
Lair of the Lion is one of the few single titles by Christine Feehna. It is a bit of a more gothic style historical romance, but one of my favorites. Even though it ends pretty good, I do wish that Feehan had written a couple more books related to this one.

3. Her Sanctuary -P.Q. Glisson
Her Sanctuary I read a few years back when this author requested a review for it. Out of all the shifter romances, Her Sanctuary was one of my favorites. I have always hoped she would carry this into a series, but so far this is her work. Emotionally driven story that will bring a tear to your eye.

4. Bride Enchanted-Edith Layton
Bride Enchanted is a beautifully written story with a hint of magic mixed in that I fell in love with, and wish I owned. Bride Enchanted isn't part of a series, its a stand a lone, but I always keep hoping that someday Layton will write a book or two that is connected to this one.

5. The Maiden Warrior-Mary Reed McCall
The Maiden Warrior is the first book I read from this author. She hasn't written anything in a few years now, but The Maiden Warrior is a classic historical romance, and its style is one of the main reasons I fell in love with romance novels in the first place.

6. Silver Angel-Johanna Lindsey
Silver Angel is a single title. It has a harem theme to it, but is a top favorite, and definitely in the "Re Read" category. There is a certain sweet side to it.

7. Of Noble Birth-Brenda Novak
This is the only book I have read from this author. As far as I know this is her only historical romance, and well done it was!! I only wish that Novak would write more historicals, or even a connecting book to this one.

8. Where Dreams Begin-Lisa Kleypas
9. Petals on the River-Kathleen Woodiwiss
Petals on the River is one of my favorites of this author. Its a bit longer, but its a sweet and poignant romance set in the colonial period. Definitely always wanted this to have a couple of connecting books to it.

10. Prince Charming-Julie Garwood
Prince Charming is a bit different than some of her other books. But an amazingly written story.

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