To re-read or not to re-read…

March 27th is a big day in my book world.  I have two series’s that I currently read that have new books coming out.  Kerrelyn Sparks’s Love at Stake has Wanted: Undead or Alive coming out and J.R Ward’s Black Daggar Brotherhood has Lover Reborn coming out.  I have read all books in both of these series’ so I had a serious choice to make.  Which series do I re-read in time for the new book to come out?

I chose to read J.R Ward’s BDB.  I am currently on the most recent book and will be completed the re-read of the series in time for Lover Reborn.  This is not to say that I prefer one over the other.  They are two different series’ but both are about vampires.  I think I chose to re-read BDB because it has a lot more information that you need to be reminded of.  Love at Stake is a little more simplistic and easier to skip a re-read.

I do however suggest that if you are going to start a series start from the beginning.  It is really difficult to jump onto a bandwagon when the story lines have been so thoroughly established.  I would also suggest to not make any misinformed (stupid) assumptions or questions when you haven’t read or re-read the books.  No matter the series.  You just make yourself look bad. 

So, I say re-read whenever you can…and if you can’t well then just skip to the good parts you remember…hahahaha.  🙂

Currently Reading: RE-Reading Lover Unleased by J.R Ward

Currently Listening: The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein

Coming Up: Lost December by Richard Paul Evans, Lover Reborn by J.R Ward, Wanted: Undead or Alive by Kerrelyn Sparks

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