Blog Hopping Friday #7

Hosted by: Bitten by Paranormal Romance, Crazy For Books, A Few More Pages, Parajunkee.com

Parajunkee's question: If you have, or would have a daughter, what book would you want your daughter to read?

My answer: I don't want a daughter. Never ever ever ever ever.

Book Beginnings

Currently reading Something Wicked by Michelle Rowen which begins...
"Would you look at his place? Equal parts lust and desperation. It's fantastic."


Redd said...

you know it's not friday yet, right? XD

Ragan (Location 2571) said...

It is somewhere. LOL Seriously, Parajunkee posted, so it's on!

Redd said...

woo hoo! the dig out the margaritas!!! XD

Alison said...

Hopping through from the book blog hop and follow friday. Have a great weekend!

Darcy said...

Hopping by from Follow Friday. I am following you and would love it if you follow me back at Open Book Empty Cup.


Mad Scientist said...

Following the mechanical bunny around... Already a follower.

Anything bookish... A library at my fingertips at all times. Luckily I have my Nook :D

A book to recommend to my figurative girl, Twenty Boy Summer & Speak!!

Sorry no post for hopping tonight but I have a new book review up.

Mad Scientist

Celine said...

On the FF-ride..

New follower (:

Have a great weekend,
Celine @
Nyx Book Reviews

Sondrae Bennett said...

Hopping on through. Already a follower. Have a great weekend. Oh, and did someone mention margaritas?!

Howard Sherman said...

I have a four year old daughter and while she's not up to it yet, I'm really going to encourage her to read Nancy Drive


(Thank God It's Follow Friday!)

Anonymous said...

hi there! I'm just stopping by from the hop (already following).

have a great weekend!

mykozykorner.blogspot.com (my book blog)

Crystal ♥ said...

Just poppin' on by to say "Hi!" this Friday. Already a follower.

Have a fantastic Halloween!



Anonymous said...

Hey there. I found your site from the 18+ tag, and I must say that your page is beautiful and so put together! I will definitely be back to follow.

Hilary St. Laurent said...

I've never wanted a daughter either! The line from Something Wicked has a great tone to it. Found your blog through follow friday. :) New follower!

Carmel said...

Hey! Just hopping by! I'm an old follower. Have a great weekend!

Carmel @ Rabid Reads

Wenj said...

Hi :) You have a wonderful blog here! I'm a new follower and found you through the 18+ blog hop. You really have put this place together marvelously and I can tell from your taste in books that I'll be back often. Anyway, have a wonderful Halloween!!


Lover of Romance said...

Just stopping by for the hop!!! Thanks for visiting me!!! Hope you are having a good weekend so far!!

Happy Halloween!!

Danielle @ Romance Book Junkies said...

I'm stopping by for the tag along and I love to see our list of 18 & Over blogs grow each week. I'm a old follower.

Steph said...

Stopped on the hop. in the about you summary you say one man and one woman and always get their virgin. Does that affect your reading and reviewing policy? Just curious. The blog looks great! I will cover any kind of paranormal romance. Since I am straight I tend to gravitate that way with what I read but I don't mind a same sex relationship between experienced adults. Love, I feel is love however it manifests. I read pnr and UF and fantasy in adult and adult formats. News, reviews and commentary.

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Ragan (Location 2571) said...

Hi Steph. Does what affect my reviews? If he/she doesn't get their virgin, or if there's more than one man or one woman?

Cuz, yes. Everything affects my review. If the man or woman doesn't get their intended then I'm left bereft and pissed.

Typically, I don't go for books with multiple partners. I don't do infidelity in my fantasy and I've never grasped the idea of loving two people at once.

I do like it when the characters are sexual virgins, but in this case I leaned toward the more informal definition of the term (any person who is uninitiated, uninformed, or the like). Such characters who have found themselves in a new situation.

Since I read romance... I prefer characters who have never been in love before. Their past though, I can overlook if, once they find the one they want, each remains loyal to the chase.

I hope that answers your question, however you intended it. And thanks for your curiosity. =)