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    Hi. One series that I think has gone on waaaay too long is Lynsay Sands' Argeneau series. Right now the series is at book 27. Same old plot, different characters.

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    If a series is good it doesn't matter how long it is. Some should never have been started. Love Nalini Singh's series.

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    Tymber Dalton's Suncoast Society is massive and I fell behind probably 40 books ago and never want to the effort in to catch up. She is on book 72! I mean come on...and it seems a new book every 3-4 weeks. If you want to read other authors as well as her it is just impossible.

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    For me it was the Bridgerton Series by Julia Quinn

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    Quote Originally Posted by meike View Post
    JR Ward's BDB? ====> Give up....

    Lora Leigh's Breed Series? ====> Bored

    J.D. Robb's In Death ====> Still interested, coz each book each story/criminal case, so not so monotone...
    J.D.Robb - never read any - maybe I should st

    Lora Leigh - haven't read the latest ones, but I liked them, so I will go back and re-read!art!!

    JR Ward's BDB - I gave that one up because of what happened, not the length

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    I absolutely love J D Robb in death series, have read them twice now and read the new ones as soon as they come out :-)

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    For me, actually every series is too long, even if I like the action it just always feels like it drags on for too long in every next book. Three books in the series are the maximum that I can read, if I don't want to lose interest. Later I have to take a break before returning to the next books. Really, I've probably never finished any series in 100%. It turns out that I'm not a fan of the series that have more than three books

    Series that I like neverless I was not able to finish them: JR Ward's BDB, Immortals After Dark Kresley Cole, A Game of Thrones George R.R. Martin

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    I don't care how long Kresley Cole series Immortals After Dark is.... Read them all and will keep reading any new ones!

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    The Skulls and Chaos Bleed by Sam Crescent.

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    Totally agree with May Banks she started the the Tangled Hearts Trilogy in 2013 I read the first one but no more.
    As for series I think 3-4 are good at a push 5-6 but after that I give up. So many of these writers do not finish the
    trilogy that alone more.


 
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