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Now I know some that love her later work. I think it's because I read her books years ago, when Bloody Bones was a new release and it developed my love of the genre and it went off in a way that I didn't like. I didn't mind the Merry Gentry series as it started out clear in it's plot lines, however I do like plot with the sexy scenes. I pick them up second hand to read and usually list them on bookmooch shortly after.
Reading LKH encouraged me to find other authors, like Patricia Briggs Jim Butcher Kelley Armstrong etc which are other authors that I love. I can't get enough of Harry Dresden and I love where Butcher is taking him.
I LOVE series, so it bums me out when they go bad. I think that's why sometimes trilogies or other series that have a clear end in sight (like harry potter, meg cabot's ghost series, etc) are so good.
I'm trying to think of other series that have put me off but i'm blanking.
The Merry books didn't bother me because they started out that way. I didn't like them as much, but they didn't piss me off either.
I can't abandon a series once I fall in love with it, so are there other series out there that I should avoid?
Oh, I know that feeling well. I was in love in love with the Night World series by L.J. Smith when I was a teenager, and the last one in the series was supposed to come out in spring of '99. I say "supposed to" because it still hasn't come out. Every so often, she says that it's almost done, and will give a new release date. She's done that at least half a dozen times. I gave up long ago on ever getting to read Strange Fate.