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Amiee_Novelnose
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Do you have a book you've read more than three times? What are they?

I have read and reread almost all of

 

Sherrilyn kenyon's Dark-Hunter novels

Kresley Cole's IAD series

most of my Julia Quinn novels

A few Johanna Lindsey Malory's

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Lexa555
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Most of the ones I have re-read are mostly YA books before I started getting my huge TBR pile. But of course I love V so I've read his story and I re-read parts of it all the time.

 

Battle Dress

  

Kissed by an Angel Trilogy (Kissed by an Angel Series)

  

Lover Unbound (Black Dagger Brotherhood Series #5)

  

 

Pages of Forbidden Love
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Charmed  

Hearts Victorious 

 

The Sherbrooke Bride (Bride Series) 

Suddenly 

 

 

 

 

 

Of course i could keep going as i have tons of favorites. But these are the ones i could think of off the top of my head. LOL

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When Darkness Falls  I know there are a ton more and I just woke up so the brain hasn't started working yet. I know for sure I've read this one a least half a dozen times. It's also the first romance novel I've ever read so it holds a special place in my heart. Besides, the hero, Lucian, he's probably one of my all time favorite heroes.

 

Katie
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My All Time Favs I've read and re-read over the years:

 

1. After the Night by Linda Howard

 

2. Mackenzie's Mission  by Linda Howard

 

3. Sea Swept; Inner Harbor; Rising Tides & Chesapeak Bay series by Nora Roberts

 

4. See Jane Score by Rachel Gibson

 

6. True Confessions by Rachel Gibson

 

7. McKettricks [2 trilogies ] by Linda Lael Miller

 

8. Creeds of Montana trilogy by Linda Lael Miller

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I've read Elsie Lee's The Nabob's Widow at least half a dozen times over the last 30 years--and for twenty of those years I couldn't find a replacement copy!  It is my all time favorite Regency romance--and that even includes Georgette Heyer's wonderful regencies and my own, A Very Merry Chase.  It is an old fashioned Regency romance; but written from the hero's point of view.  All of the characters are totally delightful, and because it is written from a male point of view you get lots of great male characters to fall madly in love with. In fact, all of the characters in the book are great--even the animals, and the matchmaking servants and the entire cast of annoying family members.

Teresa Thomas Bohannon

A Very Merry Chase

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I have reread most of Diana Palmer's books more than 3 times.  She is a great storyteller.   You can't go wrong with Diana.

Heartless 

 

Tough to Tame  

Fearless  

Magnolia  

Renegade  

Cattleman's Pride  

Lord of the Desert  

Fearless  

Lawman  

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I like Diana Palmer from back when she wrote category romance:

 

http://www.dianapalmer.com/backlist.html

 

 

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Hi Everyone - There are several books that I have had for many years, one of them is Katherine by Anya Seton. This was one of the first "real" historical that I read. I think that is why I love all historical fiction so much. I've probably re-read it 10 times over the past years. 

 

Anne

 

Katherine 

 

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Typically, anything written by Cherise Sinclair is in my re-read pile.  I find her books to be highly romantic and anything but vanilla! :smileywink:

 

Master of the Mountain 

 

The Dom's Dungeon  

Lean On Me  

Breaking Free  

Masters Of The Shadowlands

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I NEVER tire of these!  

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I have read twilight saga by stephanie myers like 10 times along with stephanie myers The host which an awesome book, a little slow to start but a great read all in All! Also,the mortal instruments series and the merry gentry series. Both awesome READS!!!!!!
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I have read many of Susan Elizabeth Phillips books numerous times. The ones I have read more than three times by SEP: Nobody's Baby but Mine, This Heart of Mine, Heaven Texas, honey Moon, and Just Imagine. 

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My entire Georgette Heyer collection and the Secret History of the Pink Carnation series by Lauren Willig.  I just got the two newest, so they have only been read a couple of times.

'Of wings and words and dancing milkweed seeds...'

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I've read these at least three times and the others in the series more than once:

 

Lover Awakened by J.R. Ward

Ecstasy by Jacquelyn Frank

The Twilight Saga by Stephanie Meyer

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I've read "The Far Pavillions" by MM Kaye more times than I can count.