Category: Sunday Snippet

Sunday Snippets #107

Posted June 10, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippets #107

Savage Awakening Author: J.D. Tyler Alpha Pack Novel #2 Publisher: Signet Released: April 3, 2012 REVIEW HERE …”Look, I don’t have the answers you want.  I wish I did – then maybe I could help him.” For the first time, her posture slumped.  “That’s all I want, too.  I’d just hoped . . . well, […]

Sunday Snippets #106

Posted June 3, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippets #106

Devil’s Punch Author: Ann Aguirre Corine Solomon Novels #4 Publisher: Roc Released: April 3, 2012 REVIEW HERE By the time Greydusk came back, we had tidied up, Butch was done eating and taking his stroll around the patio, and I was decently covered in Chance’s shirt. The demon paused on the threshold, sniffed, and sighed.  […]

Sunday Snippet #105

Posted May 27, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippet #105

Black Dawn Author: Rachel Caine   Publisher: NAL Released: May 1, 2012 REVIEW HERE   And she saw the wave flood down the steps from the next floor up, thick and murky. It hit Shane in the back and knocked him off his feet.  Then, instead of continuing to fall down the steps as gravity […]

Sunday Snippet #104

Posted May 13, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippet #104

NOTE: I thought a little Mother’s Day love would be a great way for us at That’s What I’m Talking About to wish all of you a wonderful Mother’s Day.  Some moms are blood related and some we are blessed to have adopted all on our own while some have stepped into our lives and […]

Sunday Snippet #103

Posted May 6, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippet #103

Shadow’s Fall Author: Dianne Sylvan Shadow World #3 Publisher: SignetReleased: 27 March 2012 REVIEW HERE Miranda finished the song to deafening cheers.  She rose from her piano bench and bowed, smiling broadly, face flushed with pleasure, hair soaked with sweat from the glaring stage lights. A tech emerged from offstage and handed her her guitar.  […]

Sunday Snippets #102

Posted April 29, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippets #102

Now or NeverAuthor: Michele Bardsley Wizards of Nevermore #2 Publisher: SignetReleased: 6 March 2012 REVIEW HERE “Thank you,” she managed. “It’s nice to be able to speak again.” She eyed the young wizard and then tilted her head up. “Are the globs all gone?” “Y-yes,” said Emmett. “Wow. You have a nice neck.” Taylor made […]

Sunday Snippet #101

Posted April 22, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippet #101

Eternity’s MarkAuthor: Maeve Greyson Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation Released: February 28, 2012REVIEW HERE A chill wind howled around the skirting wall, whistling its way in from the churning sea. An early-evening mist swirled atop the chopping waves battering against the base of the gray, jagged cliffs. Hannah shivered as she scanned the black, weather-worn stones […]

Sunday Snippet #100

Posted April 15, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippet #100

Lover RebornAuthor: J.R. Ward Publisher: NAL HardcoverReleased: 27 March 2012REVIEW HEREAfter a moment, Blay glanced over his shoulder, toward the door into the butler’s pantry. Clearly, it was the beginning of a back-away.Hey, as you leave, Qhuinn wanted to say, will you do me favor? I think my left ventricle is on the floor, so […]

Sunday Snippets #99

Posted April 8, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippets #99

Red’s Wolf Author: PJ Schnyder Publisher: Decadent Publishing Released: August 28, 2010 REVIEW HERE “Jason.” She didn’t know if she whispered his name or shouted it. She only wanted – wanted him with every cell of her body so badly she began to tremble. He froze then, his head shot up and turned towards the […]

Sunday Snippet #98

Posted April 1, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippet #98

Alpha Intinct Author: Katie Reus Publisher: Signet Eclipse 7 February 2012 REVIEW HERE Shaking her head, she started to leave them when a gray wolf cub tumbled past her. “What the …?” A second later, a female jaguar cub followed hot on his tail. The spotted animal raced past her so quickly, it took a […]

Sunday Snippet #97

Posted March 25, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippet #97

Sweet Enemy Author: Heather Snow Publisher: Signet Eclipse 7 February 2012 REVIEW HERE She took a quick step back when the target was thrust into her face. Five shots clustered very near the bull’s-eye. Liliana cleared her throat. “Well done, my lord.” Stratford lowered the target and glared. “Is that all you have to say?” […]

Sunday Snippet #96

Posted March 18, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippet #96

Winging It Author: Deborah Cooke Publisher: NAL 6 December 2011 REVIEW HERE We ran out of conversation at that point. I got my books for the morning classes, sure that he’d leave. He didn’t. He cleared his throat. For the first time I’d ever noticed, Derek looked uncomfortable. He almost shuffled his feet. That made […]

Sunday Snippet #95

Posted March 11, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippet #95

Magic Gifts Author: Ilona Andrews Publisher: Ilona Andrews (please note it is an unedited advance reader copy – a gift from Ilona to her fans) 25 December 2011 REVIEW HERE Jim sighed and headed toward us at a brisk pace. Tall, with the skin the color of rich coffee, and dressed all in black, Jim […]

Sunday Snippet #94

Posted March 4, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippet #94

Clockwork Prince Author: Cassandra Clare Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books 6 December 2011 REVIEW HERE “Look.” Jem raised the hand that wasn’t gripping Will’s shirt, and pointed. “There. Look.” Tessa looked where he was pointing – and felt her insides freeze. They were nearly halfway down the hill above the manor house, and there, above […]

Sunday Snippet #93

Posted February 26, 2012 by Jen in Sunday Snippet
Sunday Snippet #93

Daybreak Author: Ellen Connor Publisher: Berkley 6 December 2011 REVIEW HERE Satisfied with that plan, he settled on his blanket with the intention of turning in. Not because he was exhausted, but because he was tired of people. Tired of conversation. If it wouldn’t be an impractical allocation of resources, he’d shift and sleep as […]