What Are You Reading? (519)

Posted March 6, 2020 by Holly in Features | 5 Comments

Casee: I just finished Shadow Flight by Christine Feehan a few minutes ago. I really enjoyed it. I love Taviano Ferraro. I’m also reading Lethal Game by Christine Feehan. I’m about to start Knight Awakening by Rebecca Zanetti. I am so
excited for that one.

I started listening to The Boy I Grew Up with by Tijan on audio, but I wasn’t feeing the narrators. I’m planning on reading it instead of listening to it. I’m now listening to The Deal by Stella Gray. She is a new-to-me author and so far it’s interesting.

Holly: I had a slow reading week. I said I was going to read all the books while on vacation, but I didn’t. We ended up being too busy. I listened to Better Homes and Hauntings by Molly Harper on the plane, DNF’d the audio of Satisfaction Guaranteed by Lauren Blakely and read Smoke Bitten by Patricia Briggs. I just finished a re-read of Magic Bleeds by Ilona Andrews. That’s it for the past two weeks.

I’m currently reading The Orchid Throne by Jeffe Kennedy.

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? (519)

  1. DiscoDollyDeb

    My favorite read this week was Molly O’Keefe’s HOME TO THE RIVERVIEW INN, the third and final book in a trilogy about three brothers finding love in the title place. Lots of angsty drama, tears, and pain before the final, joyful HEA.

  2. Kareni

    Looks like some fun reading!

    Since you skipped a week, here’s what I’ve read over the past two weeks ~

    — Stars Beyond (Stars Uncharted Book 2) by SK Dunstall. I enjoyed this; however, the Linesman series is still my favorite Dunstall work.
    — the historical romance A Wicked Kind of Husband (Longhope Abbey) by Mia Vincy; this had some amusing dialogue that had me laughing aloud. I’ll definitely be happy to read more by this author.
    — enjoyed reading/browsing Drawing and Painting Beautiful Faces: A Mixed-Media Portrait Workshop by Jane Davenport though I did not do any of the projects. I did take away some ideas.
    — a new book Kingdomtide by Rye Curtis. This was an interesting and relatively quick read; it had many dysfunctional characters and an abundance of merlot … much merlot … megaliters of merlot.
    — Hello Forever by Sarina Bowen which is a contemporary male/male romance; I enjoyed it.
    — enjoyed the historical romance novella Transformation by Kim Fielding though it was far less gripping a story than some of her longer books.
    — slowly read Three Parts Dead (Craft Sequence Book 1) by Max Gladstone over the past two weeks. The world in the book is complex with magic, gods, gargoyles, and law firms. It’s definitely not this world which made the presence of vodka, cigarettes, and business cards rather anachronistic. I may continue on with the series at some point.
    — enjoyed Bringing Down the Duke by Evie Dunmore which is a historical romance set in Victorian era England. I’ll happily read more in the series.

    — Love Lettering by Kate Clayborn. It’s a contemporary romance which I quite enjoyed. I think those with an interest in calligraphy, design, fonts, or New York City might find this a fun read. I’m likely to reread this.
    — the contemporary romance Team Player by Julianna Keyes; I quite enjoyed it and will likely reread it. I also look forward to reading the follow on book about two different characters that were introduced in this book.
    — Evergreen: An M/M Sci-Fi Novella by Cari Z. which I enjoyed.
    — Murder in Deep Regret: Doyle & Acton #11 by Anne Cleeland is the newest book available in one of my favorite series; I bought it and finished it in one day. I enjoyed it but not as much as some of the earlier books in the series.
    — False Value (Rivers of London) by Ben Aaronovitch. I enjoyed it, but I’d forgotten details of the prior books. It would probably help to start with book one and do a reread of the entire series.

  3. Glenda M

    I’m a little over 3/4 through Anna Harrington’s newest An Inconvenient Duke and totally loving it. Anna has said the new series is sorta superhero based and there’s an evil group that will be throughout the series, but I do keep distracting myself trying to figure out which superhero the duke is supposed to be. lol

  4. Rita Wray

    I’m reading It’s Not Me It’s You by Mhairi McFarlane. This is the third book I have read by this author and I’m really enjoying it. I only just recently discovered Mhairi and she has become one of my favorites.

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