What Are You Reading? (402)

Posted November 3, 2017 by Casee in Features | 2 Comments


Casee: I’ve actually finished two books since last Friday. Whoop! I can’t believe how much reading helps my stress levels. Honestly, how could I forget?

I discovered a new-to-me author, Laura Kaye. I’m reading Ride Rough which is the second book in her Raven Riders MC series. Her backlist is long and I’m really looking forward to glomming her.

Holly: I didn’t have a lot of reading time this week. I finished Bountiful by Sarina Bowen and reread Archangel’s Consort by Nalini Singh. I’m feeling kind of blah about contemporary romance right now. I may try a historical next.

Rowena: I still haven’t really gotten into the swing of reading anything. Not after the way that my Dodgers lost the World Series. 🙁 Oh well. I’m reading, I’m just reading really slowly. I’m making slow progress through Changing the Game by Jaci Burton and so far, it’s pretty good.

What are you reading this week? Any new favorites or books that drove you crazy? Share!

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2 responses to “What Are You Reading? (402)

  1. Kareni

    My favorite book by Laura Kaye is her Hearts in Darkness.

    Despite the twenty or so new library books awaiting my attention, I’ve been primarily reading favorite books or authors.
    I re-read
    — Anne Cleeland’s Murder In Thrall (A New Scotland Yard Mystery Book 1) which the Great Pumpkin kindly brought me for Halloween.
    — the contemporary romance novella His Road Home by Anna Richland
    — Lyn Gala’s alien male/male romance novels: Claimings, Tails, and Other Alien Artifacts, Assimilation, Love, and Other Human Oddities, and Affiliations, Aliens & Other Profitable Pursuits as well as her shorter FREE prelude that you can obtain at the publisher’s site. The link is here: http://www.loose-id.com/prelude-to-claimings-tails-and-other-alien-artifacts.html
    — I also read for the first time Lyn Gala’s shorter piece The Only Way Out Is In
    — I just finished Lisa Marie Rice’s Midnight Vengeance (Men of Midnight Book 1) which is a contemporary romance with an element of suspense; it was a pleasant read.

  2. CelineB

    I’ve been reading the same book for a week- The Scandalous Flirt by Olivia Drake. It’s fine, but nothing special. I’ve just been too busy to concentrate on reading. I have been taking advantage of my free trial of Audible’s Romance Package by listening at work. Through that I listened to Hold Me by Courtney Milan which I really enjoyed, a couple by Lauren Blakely which were fun, low-conflict, not very deep reads (or listens), Defending Hearts by Shannon Stacey which I was disappointed by, A MacKenzie Clan Gathering by Jennifer Ashley which I enjoyed, and Save a Truck, Ride a Cowboy by Molly Harper which I liked, but it suffered from being too short since it’s a novella.

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