What Are You Reading? (553)

Posted January 22, 2021 by Casee in Features | 5 Comments


I’ve been reading by butt off lately. I’m reading Monster by Jessica Gadziala. This is a new-to-me author that I’m enjoying thus far. I’ve read that she’s very Kristen Ashley-esque & I have to agree.

I’m listening to Lick by Kylie Scott which I am liking a lot. I was hoping to finish it by today but haven’t had time to listen to it. I also listened to Archangel’s Blade by Nalini Singh which was amazing.


I’m re-reading The Others series by Anne Bishop this week. I started listening to them on audio and have been switching back and forth between reading. I finished Written in Red, Murder of Crows, Vision in Silver and Marked in Flesh. I’m about halfway through Etched in Bone. I didn’t intend to read the whole series, but it’s hard to stop after the first one. I haven’t decided if I’ll read the next two books (which are set in the same world but about different places) or not. I guess I’ll see how I feel when I finish this book.


Happy Friday! I’ve been so busy with a lot of things going on at work so my reading hasn’t been too hot. I did finish reading the first short story in Training Camp by Wesley King and it was a pretty solid beginning to the entire story. I’ll be making slow progress through this book and will read the next story next month since I’m reading that with my friends. I also started The Roommate by Rosie Danan and so far, I’m really enjoying it. I’m hoping to get that one finished up over the weekend. After that, I’ll be jumping into The Intimacy Experiment by Rosie Danan.

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? (553)

  1. DiscoDollyDeb

    I just finished STOLEN HEARTS by Molly O’Keefe—published as M. O’Keefe, which is the name she uses for her darker books. It’s the first book in either a duet or trilogy and ends on a cliffhanger. I thought it was good, but I was astonished as to how much it reminded me of Skye Warren’s work. If I had been handed the book without knowing the author’s name, I would have guessed it was written by Skye Warren before the end of the first chapter.

  2. Rita Wray

    I’m reading another one of my books from the Virgin River series, Hidden Summit by Robyn Carr.

  3. Kareni

    I reread Written in Red a few weeks ago, Holly. I was hard pressed not to continue on! Enjoy your reread.

    Since last week ~

    — I enjoyed Michelle Diener’s Class 5 story “Dark Ambitions” which is in a 1499 page anthology, Pets in Space 5.
    — I very much enjoyed a recently published collection of works in one of my favorite series: Kensho (Claimings) by Lyn Gala.
    — The Address: A Novel by Fiona Davis which I read for my local book group. I mostly enjoyed it (there were times of dread); however, there were a number of elements that strained credulity.
    — I returned to the series I was reading last week with Caszandra (Touchstone Book 3) by Andrea K Höst which I enjoyed. Because this series is written in diary form with short entries, it’s dangerously easy to keep “one more chaptering” until it’s nearly midnight. Ask me how I know!
    — then Gratuitous Epilogue (Touchstone Book 4) by Andrea K Höst. While the first three books covered one year in near daily diary entries, this book spanned one year in monthly diary entries. I enjoyed it.
    — In Arcadia (Touchstone Book 5) by Andrea K Höst: unlike the first four books which were written in diary format, this book was written in the third person and focused on a new character. It could stand alone; however, I think it is best read after the other books. I enjoyed it.
    A reminder that the first book in this series is FREE for Kindle readers, Stray (Touchstone Book 1).

  4. Glenda M

    I finishedmy reread of A Duke in Shining Armor by Loretta Chase; read Alyssa Cole’s How to Catch a Queen; and am reading both Dianne Duvall’s The Segovian and Grace Burrowes’ Truly Beloved . (Yeah I’m reading different books on different devices… I also just started a paperback of Julia Quinn’s Splendid )

  5. denise

    I’m reading Never Kiss a Man in a Christmas Sweater. I just finished Love at the Icicle Cafe`. Yes, I know Christmas is over.

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