What Are You Reading? (515)

Posted January 31, 2020 by Casee in Features | 5 Comments

Casee: I have actually read/listened to a good number of books in the last week. *pats self on back* I finished Vendetta Road by Christine Feehan. That book was pretty good. I really like the sense of family in the series. Today I’m going to start The Thing About Trouble by Juliana Stone. It is the first book in her Crystal Lake series. I read her shapeshifter series way back in the day and really enjoyed it. The series sounds really good.

I’m listening to Husband by Penelope Sky. I honestly don’t know why after the first book. It’s a conundrum.

Holly: Holly is on vacation right now, but she will be returning next week.

Rowena: I hope Holly is reading all of the books while she’s on vacation and drinking all of the pretty fruit drinks for us back home. This week I finished Chasing Cassandra by Lisa Kleypas and really enjoyed it. I thought it was a sweet romance and I just really enjoyed both Tom and Cassandra (and Bazzle). It was the perfect romance for what I was in the mood for and immediately after, I started and finished Yes No Maybe So by Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed. That was another cute romance that was also a really quick read for me. I read it in one sitting. Now, I’m reading House Rules by Ruby Lang and so far, so good. I should finish this within the next hour or so and then I’ll be jumping into One Last Chance by Therese Beharrie.

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

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5 responses to “What Are You Reading? (515)

  1. Kareni

    Recent reads ~

    — Novice Dragoneer (A Dragoneer Academy Novel Book 1) by E.E. Knight which I enjoyed. It started a little slow, but by about page seventy, I was engrossed. My library has this categorized as adult fantasy, but I think it would be a fine read for older teens and up. A blurb on the front cover recommends it to fans of Tamora Pierce’s Alanna, and I’d concur.I
    — reread The 5th Gender: A Tinkered Stars Mystery by G. L. Carriger which I enjoyed once more. (This is a pen name of Gail Carriger that she uses for her queer fiction.) It’s a science fiction mystery romance.
    — And many book samples.

  2. I’ve been read The Chalk Hill series by Lily Malone. It’s Australian rural romance which I am enjoying as evidenced by the fact that I read them back to back.

  3. DiscoDollyDeb

    I’m reading Ruth Cardello’s THE WILD ONE, part of her Corisi Billionaires series. So far, I don’t like it as much as the previous book, THE BROKEN ONE, but I’m not actively disliking it. A couple agree to a no-strings-attached fling in Paris. But when has no-strings-attached actually worked in Romancelandia? I foresee angsty misunderstandings ahead!

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