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Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge: Books That Need a Sequel

It’s time again for the Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge hosted by Long and Short Reviews.
Today’s topic is: Books That Need a Sequel
This was HARD. Apparently I really like series… most of what I read are part of one, so already have a sequel or sequels in place. I wracked my poor, tired brain and finally came up with a couple:
Agnes and the Hitman by Jennifer Crusie and Bob Mayer
I love this book SO MUCH. It’s warped, and fun, and unexpected. It’s one I re-read quite a bit and it just doesn’t get old. I’d love to see what happens with some of the secondary characters. And OMG what a hoot it would be if Agnes was preggo! HAHAHAHAHA …
It’ll likely never happen, but I can dream.
A Knight in Shining Armor by Jude Devereaux
I loved this book. I first read it as a teenager about 30+ years ago (wow, that just made me feel old) and, while it’s a really amazing book, I was frustrated at the open-ended ending. It’s a romance after all and it ends with a meet cute (of sorts). I don’t want to give spoilers, but let’s just say it’s not a HEA, we just have to assume it will be. I’d like to see it on the page. Again, one that’ll never happen, but there you go.
I’m sure I’ll think of dozens of books in a week or two I could have added to this post, but for now I’m on empty… can’t wait to read YOUR posts and then slap my forehead and say, “Yeah! That book!”. *G*

This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Too funny…. except for our choices of books you and I apparently feel the same about books and series πŸ™‚ And, you know, I still haven’t read Agnes and the Hit Man. I need to remedy that. My post is here.

    1. You should definitely read Agnes and the Hitman. It’s about my fave book Jenny Crusie wrote.

  2. I loved the Jennifer Cruisie book with Bradley (name escapes me) because of the dog. That could use a book two with another dog that falls down. Such a fun book. Agnes was great, too. I’ve never read Jude Devereaux. I’ve shelved a lot of copies of them for the book sale, though. Huh… Will have to check her out. Good Post!

    1. Getting Rid of Bradley … which was the first Jennifer Crusie book I read and sold me completely. I’ve read everything since!

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