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QUESTION OF THE WEEK: #32 – The Best Series…

Boys in our Books Friday Question of the Week!

Each week we’ll ask a question about your reading experience. Our review team will give our answers and we encourage you to join in and comment with your answers as well!  Let’s talk about BOOKS! :)

QUESTION:

What are your top 3 favorite SERIES (series being 3 or more books)?

Tracy –

1- Adrien English by Josh Lanyon
2- Psycop by Jordan Castillo Price
3- A Charm of Magpies by KJ Charles

Sara –

1 – Adrien English Mysteries by Josh Lanyon
2 – The Flesh Cartel by Rachel Haimowitz & Heidi Belleau
3 – Enlightenment by Joanna Chambers

Rachel –

1. The Administration Series by Manna Francis
2. Captive Prince by S.U. Pacat
3. No.3 is a hard decision for me, if this question was posed a few months ago I would have said “In the Company of Shadows”, but I am not feeling the rewrite. The cast of ICoS characters probably ranks 3rd for me, but not the story line. So I am going to have to go with …
Channeling Morpheus by Jordan Castillo Price

Ami –

1 – Adrien English
2 – Love Lessons
3 – A Charm of Magpies AND Enlightenment (I cheated, I know, but you cannot make me choose. Cannot *stamp foot and pout*)

Katinka –

1) The Administration by Manna Francis
2) Adrien English mysteries
3) Captive Prince (the third book is on its way so it counts, right? :o)

Jenni –

Hardest question ever. *bites nails*
1. Acclamation by Vee Hoffman
2. Tyack & Frayne by Harper Fox
3. TIE: Adrien English by Josh Lanyon and The Administration by Manna Francis

Xing –

1) The Rifter – Ginn Hale
2) The Administration – Manna Francis
3) Adrien English mysteries

(I’m with Rachel with ICOS. I’m not feeling the rewrites, but I’ve only read volume 1. Maybe the other volumes will change my opinion when they are released…)

Sheri –

1. Cut & Run by Abigail Roux
2. The Administration by Manna Francis
3. The Rifter series  by Ginn Hale

Ilhem –

1 – The Administration by Manna Francis (now and forever)
2 – Special Forces by Aleksandr Voinov & Marquesate / ICoS by Santino Hassell & Ais (You can’t make me choose!)
3 – Infected by Andrea Speed

Susan –

1. In the Company of Shadows by Sonny & Ais (even with the DC versions…head and shoulders above EVERYTHING)
2. PsyCop by Jordan Castillo Price
3. And if you’re all gonna cheat than so am I! :) Tied for 3rd would be the Enlightenment series by Joanna Chambers and the Whyborne & Griffin series by Jordan L. Hawk.

…but as soon as Vol 3 of Captive Prince comes off, I can’t IMAGINE it not getting snuck up in my cheater top 3 somehow!

HOW ABOUT YOU?

71 comments on “QUESTION OF THE WEEK: #32 – The Best Series…

  1. Sabine
    September 19, 2014

    1. Adrien English series by Josh Lanyon
    2. Holmes and Moriarity by Josh Lanyon
    3. Dangerous Ground series by Josh Lanyon

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  2. Robert Anthony
    September 19, 2014

    1. Adrien English Series, Josh Lanyon
    2. Dangerous Ground Series, Josh Lanyon
    3. Holmes and Moriarity Series, Josh Lanyon

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  3. Jinai Singh
    September 19, 2014

    1. Sinner’s Gin series Rhys Ford
    2. Adrien English Josh Lanyon
    3. Matter of Time Mary Calmes

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  4. Ingeborg
    September 19, 2014

    1. Adrien English Serie – Josh Lanyon
    2. Cut and Run Serie – Abigail Roux
    3. I spy Serie – Josh Lanyon
    and I have to add one more:
    4. North Star Serie – Posey Roberts

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  5. Cheryll Athorp
    September 19, 2014

    1 Adrien English Series Josh Lanyon
    2 I Spy Series Josh Lanyon
    3 Dangerous Ground Series Josh Lanyon

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  6. Kirsten
    September 19, 2014

    Whyborne & Griffin, Jordan Hawk
    Tyack & Frayne, Harper Fox
    Dangerous Ground, Josh Lanyon

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  7. Catarina Correia
    September 19, 2014

    1 – Adrien English, Holmes and Moriarity by Josh Lanyon
    2 – Psycop by Jordan Castillo Price
    3 – Infected by Andrea Speed

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  8. Justine Anderson
    September 19, 2014

    1 – Adrien English series and Dangerous Ground series by Josh Lanyon (can’t choose just 1)
    2 – Cut & Run series by Abigail Roux
    3 – Psycop by Jordon Castillo Price

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  9. Lisa
    September 19, 2014

    Everyone has listed most of my favorites, but here are a few more :)

    Hard Fall (Deputy Joe Novels) by James Buchanan
    Angel and the Assassin by Fyn Alexander
    Vasquez & James by Lou Sylvre

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  10. MariaX
    September 19, 2014

    Mahu by Neil Plakcy
    Whispering Pines Range by SJD Peterson
    In The Company of Men by Lynn Lorenz
    And
    Soul Mates by Jourdan Lane – the first books i read that started it all for me

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  11. Denise Dechene
    September 19, 2014

    Favorite series…hmmm
    1. In Death series-JD Robb
    2. Sinners Gin- Rhys Ford
    3. Campus Cravings, Cattle Valley-Carol Lynne
    4 (since the first isn’t M/M) Andrew Greys Range Series

    There are so many more series I love and read often by others such as Stormy Glenn, Lynn Hagen, Marcy Jacks, Stephani Hecht, Posy Roberts, Garrett Leigh, Charlie Richards..um you get the picture. :)

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  12. Barbra
    September 19, 2014

    1. Adrien English
    2. Psycop
    3. Holmes & Moriarity
    tie
    Albright & Romano (LB Gregg)

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  13. H.B.
    September 20, 2014

    This was so hard:
    Psycop by Jordan Castillo Price
    A Matter of Time by Mary Calmes
    Cut & Run by Abigail Roux (and Madeleine Urban)

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  14. Andrea M
    September 20, 2014

    So difficult to choose but here goes:
    Coda by Marie Sexton
    Life Lessons by Kaje Harper
    Third place is a tie between Change of Heart and A Matter of Time, both by Mary Calmes

    This is a great topic – gives me new to me authors to try.

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  15. Debbie McGowan
    September 20, 2014

    1. Adrien English by Josh Lanyon
    2. Holmes and Moriarity by Josh Lanyon
    3. Deadly…series by Victor J Banis

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  16. Sofy Marroquín
    September 20, 2014

    1- Adrien English Series, Josh Laynon
    2- Cut & Run series by Abigail Roux
    3- Holmes and Moriarity Series, Josh Lanyon

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  17. Ana
    September 21, 2014

    1-Special Forces by Aleksandr Voinov & Marquesate
    2-In the Company of Shadows by Sonny & Ais
    3-Stockholm Syndrome by Richard Rider

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  18. catsgoleor
    September 21, 2014

    1. Adrien English Mysteries – Josh Lanyon
    2. Henry Rios Mysteries – Michael Nava
    3. Benjamin Justice Series – John Morgan Wilson

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  19. Karen H.
    September 22, 2014

    So many to choose from, my favourite 3 are:
    1. Vasquez & James by Lou Sylvre
    2. Adrian English by Josh Lanyon
    3. Pulp Friction 2013 especially Wicked’s Way by Haven Fellows (and in the spirit of cheating all the other wonderful series that I’ve read and don’t get to list here)

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  20. Marlobo
    September 23, 2014

    1.- By Degrees by Taylor V. Donovan
    2.- Dark Horse by Kate Sherwood
    3.- Hidden Wolves by Kaje harper

    BUT… I have in my currently-reading shelf: ICoS, The Administration and Special Forces (regarding Captive Prince, I’m waiting for the third book).
    SO… In a month more or less this list could change

    * In-Death Series by JD Robb, being one of my top-favorite series, is out of this dispute since it isn’t MM Fiction.

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  21. Margaret
    September 27, 2014

    1. ICoS
    2, The Flesh Cartel
    3. Dark Soul
    Fallocaust will jump to #2 as soon as third book is released next month… Each book is 900 pages so it should qualify anyway… ha… now off to check out Adrien English & Psycop… Thanks for list…

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