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What Are You Reading? (648)

Posted May 26, 2023 by Casee in Features | 3 Comments


I finished When He’s Torn (The Olympus Pride #5) by Suzanne Wright. Now I’m all caught up & eagerly awaiting When He Dares (The Olympus Pride #6). It won’t be released until 2024. ::sob:: At Holly’s recommendation, I am now reading Magic Forged (Hall of Blood and Mercy #1) by K.M. Shea. This will be the first book I’ve read by this author. I’m keeping my fingers crossed.

I haven’t been listening to audiobooks, but I have a few Lucy Score books in my library that I will probably start listening to in the next few days.


I finished my re-read of the Phoenix Pack series by Suzanne Wright with Untamed Delights. I still have decision fatigue about what to read next, so I started the Olympus Pride series, which is a spin-off. I read When He’s Dark, When He’s an Alpha and When He’s Sinful, then moved on to When He’s Ruthless, which I hadn’t read before. I’m going to finish the final book in this series, When He’s Torn, then I’ll figure out what to read next.

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

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What Are You Reading? (647)

Posted May 19, 2023 by Casee in Features | 7 Comments


I finished Untamed Delights (The Phoenix Pack #8) by Suzanne Wright which wraps up The Phoenix Pack for me. I decided to move back to contemporaries for a minute, so I read Grayson’s Vow by Mia Sheridan. It was alright. Nothing spectacular. I’m currently reading When He’s an Alpha (The Olympus Pride #2) by Suzanne Wright. These are just such fast reads & they’re pretty engaging. I’ll probably finish up this series in the next few weeks, then who knows what I’ll read after that.

I haven’t been listening to audiobooks much lately, but I did pickup Protecting What’s Mine (Benevolence #3) by Lucy Score. I loved Pretend You’re Mine (Benevolence #1) on audio, so I decided to grab this one up.


I’ve been re-reading the Phoenix Pack books by Suzanne Wright. I’ve read and/or listened to Feral Sins, Wicked Cravings, Dark Instincts, Savage Urges and Wild Hunger. I want to read something new, but I haven’t had a lot of time or energy to look for something and these are easy reads. Plus, I already have them all on audio. I’ll probably finish out the series with Untamed Delights.

My pre-order of Edge of Wonder by Jenna Collett showed up this week, so I plan to dive into that one, soon. I really enjoyed the other books in the series and I’m so happy to have a new book from her. After that I’m going to read Magic Claims by Ilona Andrews. Can I just say once again how freaking happy I am to get more Kate Daniels books? Because I am really freaking happy.

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

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Sunday Spotlight: Ghostly Game by Christine Feehan

Posted May 14, 2023 by Casee in Features, Giveaways | 3 Comments

Sunday Spotlight is a feature we began in 2016. This year we’re spotlighting our favorite books, old and new. We’ll be raving about the books we love and being total fangirls. You’ve been warned. 🙂

I read this book back in March. It was one of the better books in the series!

Sunday Spotlight: Ghostly Game by Christine FeehanGhostly Game by Christine Feehan
Narrator: Jim Frangione
Series: GhostWalkers #19
Also in this series: Predatory Game, Street Game, Ruthless Game, Shadow Game, Power Game, Murder Game, Covert Game, Toxic Game, Phantom Game, Ghostly Game
Publisher: Berkley
Publication Date: May 2, 2023
Point-of-View: Alternating Third
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 400
Length: 11 hours and 15 minutes
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Series Rating: four-stars

It's fight or flight in this sultry, suspenseful GhostWalker novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan.

Gideon "Eagle" Carpenter is used to rolling with the punches life has thrown at him. It's the only thing that's kept him alive. He and his team of GhostWalkers have seen and experienced it all. He does his best to live with all the sins written on his soul. Then he hears the laughter of a woman with the ability to erase--even for a few previous moments--the darkness of his past.

Laurel "Rory" Chappel has always been a nomad. She's accustomed to taking care of herself, despite the physical challenges she lives with. She thinks she's too weak to find real love, but that doesn't stop her interest in Gideon from turning into a full-on addiction. He's all rough edges and danger contrasted with a tenderness that makes her feel safe. Still, after a life spent in motion, she's not sure she knows how to stay in one place.
Gideon hopes he can persuade Rory to take a chance on him with every electric touch. But soon, life conspires against him, forcing the GhostWalker to risk everything to protect the woman he loves....


The waitress approached the table and set a beer in front of Gideon. “Ice-cold. Compliments of our bartender.” She picked up his warm bottle. “She doesn’t like anyone drinking warm beer.”

Gideon’s gaze jumped to Rory’s. Those emerald eyes met his. He felt a jolt through his entire body like a white-hot bolt of lightning. His vision focused completely, using the piercing gaze of the eagle, and it was easy enough to see the sweep of her long dark lashes and the smattering of freckles spread across the bridge of her nose. He gave her a smile and lifted the bottle, mouthing, “Thank you.”

She inclined her head, which caused the overhead light to shine on the mass of curly dark cherry–colored haired pulled up into that messy knot. Instantly his body reacted with an unfamiliar tightening that was far more than an ache. Then another customer claimed her attention. She’d noticed him in a roomful of people. That gave him some satisfaction. It also sent his warning system going off big-time.

“She doesn’t go home with anyone, and she doesn’t allow anyone to go home with her,” Gideon mused aloud. “I have to do something different, something to intrigue her enough that she might take a chance on me.”

“She’ll take a chance on you,” Javier said. “You’re the only person in the bar she sent an ice-cold beer to. Notice mine is still warm. I don’t think she knows I’m alive.”

Gideon appreciated the cold beer even more because Rory had sent it to him. “Women fall all over you, Javier. It’s just as well she didn’t notice you, and I don’t have to shoot you when we leave.”

Javier laughed. “You’ve got it bad.”

“Look at her.” It wasn’t just about her looks. If that was all it was, Gideon could have passed on her, even with the incredible chemistry. The draw was the woman. Her laughter. The way she treated others. Everything Javier had reported about her. What his little sparrow spy had shared.

“I’m looking at you, Gideon. I don’t need to look at her.”

“Help me figure out how to hook her. She’s leery.”

“Half the battle is getting her attention. You’ve managed to do that,” Javier pointed out. “She won’t let you go to her apartment. She won’t want to go to your place. Not at first. That will freak her out if you ask her. She’s going to want to feel like she’s safe.” Javier looked Gideon over. “You don’t look safe, bro. In fact, if I was a woman, I wouldn’t ever be alone in the dark with you.”

Gideon gave him the finger, making sure to keep it along the neck of the beer bottle away from the bartender. Javier was having way too much fun at his expense.

“Maybe we should have the women befriend her. They could come to bar and talk about what a great guy you are.”

“Fuck you, Javier. You know they’d be worse and more invasive than your investigations.” Which was true. Jaimie, Rose and Rhianna were fiercely protective of the men in GhostWalker Team Three. Jaimie and Rhianna had grown up on the streets with them, and Rose had married into the team. Gideon wasn’t about to unleash those women on Rory.

“I’ll figure it out.” If he was going to win his lady, he was going to have to do it on his own.

He heard a soft sound emerge, the perfect replica of a field sparrow, the little female singing her song. Looking up, Rory was singing the notes as she made several drinks at once.

Gideon looked down at the ice-cold beer she’d sent to his table and responded by sending back the notes of the male field sparrow. The song was short and to the point, asking the little female if she wanted to meet him later.

She sang the notes again as she worked, and he answered her a second time. Startled, Rory looked up, her eyes meeting his. A small smile lit her face. Her nod was nearly imperceptible. But he didn’t miss it.

Excerpted from Ghostly Game by Christine Feehan Copyright © 2023 by Christine Feehan. Excerpted by permission of Berkley. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.


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Sunday Spotlight: May 2023

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About Christine Feehan

Christine Feehan Author

I live on the beautiful Northern California coast and draw much inspiration from the beauty around me. I've always been a writer, for as long as I remember. My sisters were forced to read all of my books from the time I could write a story on paper.

I love family. I love my brothers and sisters, my children, my grandchildren and my great grandchildren. My home was always full of kids and children give me so much joy.

I also love my "sisters of the heart", those friends who have supported me through my life, laughed with me, cried with me and loved me regardless of how crazy my life got. I am a strong supporter of women helping each other which is why I became a third degree black belt and taught self-defense to women who'd been abused.

I love people and dogs, good books and great coffee and I'm lucky to know just how blessed I am.

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What Are You Reading? (646)

Posted May 12, 2023 by Casee in Features | 3 Comments


I’m still binging the eff out of Suzanne Wright. I’m currently reading Untamed Delights (The Phoenix Pack #8). I was thinking about moving onto When He’s an Alpha (The Olympus Pride #2), but I think I need a break. These are really good books, but since I’ve read them one after another, they get kind of repetitive. I can’t decide if I’m going to read Grayson’s Vow by Mia Sheridan or No More Secrets (Blue Moon #1) by Lucy Score. I’m pretty sure I’m going to move to a contemporary. I also have Resonance Surge (Psy-Changeling Trinity #7) by Nalini Singh. Hmmmm.

I listened to Pretend You’re Mine (Benevolence #1) by Lucy Score & loved it. It was a reread, but I loved it as much the second time around. Definitely on my “Best of” list for 2023. I just adored that book.


I finished reading Echoes of Fire by Suzanne Wright, then finished off the series by re-reading Shards of Frost. I enjoyed the series as a whole, though Echoes of Fire remains my favorite. I DNF’s Air Bound by Jess Mountifield. The premise was intriguing and the writing itself was good, but the plot and storyline were really silly. I was hoping the baby dragon would save the book, but alas. I couldn’t deal with all the inconsistences and TSTL things the heroine did.

I read Knightmaster by Anna Hackett. It was just okay. I don’t think I’ll be continuing with the series. I also read Grave Cargo by Jami Gray, which was also okay. I enjoyed it more than Knightmaster, but not enough to read all 6 books in the series. I may come back to it at a later date, but for now I’m going to look for something else. I may go back to Castle of Dusk and Shadows by Rachel L. Schade, a book I discovered on Bookstagram. I wasn’t in the mood for a fantasy the day it released, but I might give it a try now.

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

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Monthly Recap: April 2023

Posted May 10, 2023 by Casee in Features, Giveaway Winners | 3 Comments

Hey guys!

The Monthly Recap is exactly that, a monthly recap of what we’re reading, reviewing, and blogging about on Book Binge. We’ve also got some winners to announce for our monthly giveaways. If you missed anything on the blog last month, we’ve got you covered.

Here’s what you missed on the blog…

What We Reviewed

Ancient Sentinel (Ancients Rising #7) by Katie Reus | 3 out of 5
Lassiter (Black Dagger Brotherhood #21) by JR Ward | 2.5 out of 5

What We Posted

Books to Binge On: April 2023
Monthly Reads: March 2023
What Are You Reading? (642)
Happy Birthday, Casee!
What Are You Reading? (643)
What Are You Reading? (644)

Giveaway Winners


Monthly Reads: March 2023

Winners: Please shoot us an email at admin[at] then let us know which book you choose, and where you would like us to send your prize. You have two weeks to get back to us before we choose another winner.

That does it for this month’s recap. We hope that you’re all having a great day and we hope you look forward to what we have in store for May.

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