On My Wishlist #2

Wow, I honestly cannot believe how rapid my wish list is growing in just few weeks time. I've been bloghopping quite a lot and I've seen too many interesting books read by other bloggers. So, the books that I *really* wish to have for this week are as follows:

I first learnt of Sharon Lathan when I read about her book, My Dearest Mr. Darcy, at Alaine's site. The fact that I love Austen's works so much makes me feel that I must read all these sequels that the author had wrote so far. The detail of the book  feature on the left is:

Book Title: Mr & Mrs Fitzwilliam Darcy
Author: Sharon Lathan
Series: Pride and Prejudice Sequel #1
Pages: 320 pages
Genre: Romance
Beginning on their wedding day, Darcy and Elizabeth are two people who are deeply in love with one another and are excited to begin their marriage. Their courtship was tempestuous; misunderstandings and misgivings nearly tore them apart. But now that they've seen each other without prejudice, their trust, attraction, and delight in each other grows with every passing day. Both are inexperienced and innocent, sharing moments of shyness and boldness as they discover the kinds of intimacies that a newlywed couple shares. As their love story unfolds, they reveal their innermost secrets and feelings, embracing each other in a marriage filled with romance, passion, humor, and drama that will keep you spellbound.
Other Books in This Series:
(1) Loving Mr. Darcy
(2) My Dearest Mr. Darcy

I'm sure that most of you would agree with me when I say that the cover of this book is absolutely stunning. I read a lot of reviews on it and the idea of a tough female protagonist really draw me in. I really hope that I'll get my own copy for this one very soon.

Book Title: Graceling
Author: Kristin Cashore
Series: Graceling #1
Pages: 480 pages
Genre: Fantasy
Synopsis (from Goodreads):
Katsa has been able to kill a man with her bare hands since she was eight--she's a Graceling, one of the rare people in her land born with an extreme skill. As niece of the king, she should be able to live a life of privilege, but Graced as she is with killing, she is forced to work as the king's thug. When she first meets Prince Po, Graced with combat skills, Katsa has no hint of how her life is about to change. She never expects to become Po's friend. She never expects to learn a new truth about her own Grace--or about a terrible secret that lies hidden far away... a secret that could destroy all seven kingdoms with words alone.

Other Books in This Series:
(1) Fire

So, what's on your wish list??


  1. I have Graceling on my shelf but haven't read it yet. I like the sound of Mr & Mrs Darcy! :)

  2. I can not wait to read Graceling. Nice choice!

  3. Yes, both of the books are on my wishlist too! Everything that has to do with Jane Austen sounds good to me! :)

  4. I've seen Graceling all over the place lately, and I've really been wanting to read it. Nice pick!

  5. Heyya ladies. You're right - I really CANNOT wait to read Graceling. The hype about the book is making me MORE eager to read it myself.

  6. hi shy =p

    wow, mr and mrs darcy..kind of interesting.i dont know why every time i hear the name makes me imagining colin firth..

  7. @Darlyn: Perhaps due for two obvious reasons: (1) He acted as Mark Darcy in Bridget Jones's Diary and (2) He also acted as Mr. Darcy in Pride & Prejudice quite sometime ago.

  8. I've read both these books and I'm sure you'll love them. I read Graceling and Fire and since you're adding Graceling believe me you'll want to read Fire as well, I liked it even more!

  9. haha!yeah you're right indeed..i love english accent..or maybe i just love colin firth..* wink2*

  10. @Alaine: You're right, Alaine! I know my wish list is getting *way* longer, but these books by Susan Lathan and Kristin Cashore are among books that I must have. Hoping to find them when I go for a book-shopping spree next month =) I love your review on Lathan's book so much. Thanks for introducing me to this great author!

    @Darlyn: *lol* I also LOVE that posh English accent, but not so much when it comes to Colin Firth :P Maybe because I've my eyes fixed on Hugh Grant, or maybe Jude Law, or maybe Orlando Bloom or maybe Rob Pattinson (He doesn't sound too British to me though, but still...) So yeah... the least could go on!

  11. Graceling is sooooooooo good, and I love anything with Darcy...hence my current read, Mr.Darcy, Vampyre

  12. @Melissa: *lol* I just googled and read the description of the book displayed on your site! It sounds really delicious to me. Will be looking forward on your review for that one!

  13. hey ladies!!!!! haha....i dont really know bout this book...hiks!

  14. Graceling is one of my absolute faves! Get your hands on it asap!

  15. shy! where are you??? long time no update....

  16. Hey Shy! Thanks for stopping by my blog!
    I have Graceling on my to-be-read shelf, I loved Fire so much!
    Kristin is also writting the 3rd book write now, I can't wait for it. THe temporiry name is Bitterblue if I remember right ^^

  17. My Wish List is totally getting out of control. Here it is

    I have decided to give it a total overhaul, and split it into a TBR and a wishlist.

    Occasionally I wish I hadn't started one because I look at it and think 'when will i ever have the time!'!!