Vote for the Next AAR Book Club Selection (Poll Closed)

First of all, the easy part:  Thanks to everyone who suggested books to be considered.  Now, it gets a bit more complicated.

I wanted to stick with in print contemporaries and romantic suspense.  I also wanted to hold over three titles from the last poll.  It also seemed to be fair to limit the selection to just one choice on the list from each author.

Another note: Books by Nora Roberts were suggested multiple times, but there was no consistency in titles put forward.  So, I’m going to table the author for now and see what happens in our next book club poll.  Hey, I know, there’s an impressive backlist there and choosing just one isn’t easy.

So, with the understanding that creating this poll is as much art as it is hard math, here are the books up for your consideration for the next AAR Book Club.  I think we’ve got a nice variety of choices here so I hope you’ll find a book you’d like to see on the table.   The poll is open until Tuesday, October 6th at midnight eastern time.

Date and time for the next discussion TBD, but it will be announced here soon.

-Sandy AAR

What Book Would You Like to Discuss in Our Next AAR Book Club?

  • Welcome to Temptation by Jennifer Crusie (23%, 52 Votes)
  • Nobody's Baby But Mine by Susan Elizabeth Phillips (21%, 49 Votes)
  • Paradise by Judith McNaught (21%, 47 Votes)
  • Cry No More by Linda Howard (17%, 38 Votes)
  • Black Ice by Anne Stuart (14%, 31 Votes)
  • Truly Madly Yours by Rachel Gibson (5%, 11 Votes)

Total Voters: 228

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6 thoughts on “Vote for the Next AAR Book Club Selection (Poll Closed)

  1. Perhaps a future bookclub poll could be devoted to picking a Nora Roberts book for discussion.

  2. I would love to do J.D.Robb’s first one, NAKED IN DEATH. The one that started this amazing and long running series.

  3. I need an excuse to read Anne Stuart. She’s one that I’ve somehow missed over the years.

  4. This poll was difficult, because I love “Truly Madly Yours”, “Cry No More”, and “Nobody’s Baby but Mine”. In the end, I chose “Cry No More”, because it had such depth. Unfortunately, it’s only at 17% so far in the polls!

  5. I voted for Black Ice. It sounds very interesting and different. I’ve never read Anne Stuart, but I’ve always meant to give her books a try.

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