What Are You Reading? (560)

Posted March 26, 2021 by Casee in Features | 6 Comments


I’m reading a book called Tattered by Devney Perry. It’s a second chance romance which is a trope that I really love. I also read the Closer to You series by A.L. Jackson. Holy crap, but that series packed an emotional punch. It was hard to move on after I read the series because I couldn’t stop thinking about it. Those are the books that become the greats.

I finally got back into audiobooks this week. I’m listening to Wild Fire by Kristen Ashley then plan to move to Wild Wind.


I didn’t read much this week. Things have been kind of crazy and I had a hard time focusing. I listened to One Fell Sweep by Ilona Andrews and re-read Tiger Magic and Tiger Striped by Jennifer Ashley. I’m almost finished with The Last Warrior. I’m not sure what I’ll read next.


I only read one book this past week and it was The Switch by Beth O’Leary. I hadn’t finished it by the time my monthly Zoom call with my book friends started but I did finish it up earlier this week and then I immediately jumped into Wild Sign by Patricia Briggs but then I also started Haikyu, a volleyball anime and I never went back to Wild Sign but I’m on season 2 of Haikyu. I’m hoping to get back to Wild Sign over the weekend but we shall see. What I’ve read so far has been good so I know I’m going to enjoy it. Also, I enjoyed The Switch by Beth O’Leary more than my book friends did.

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

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6 responses to “What Are You Reading? (560)

  1. DiscoDollyDeb

    My favorite book this week was Tamsen Parker’s THE INSIDE TRACK about the romance between a rock star with severe ADHD and a former child star now financial advisor with severe agoraphobia and panic attacks. I thought Parker did an excellent job of showing how these two people—both struggling with mental health issues—were able to connect. I also liked that neither MC was miraculously cured by falling in love: they will both continue to work hard to manage their mental health.

  2. Glenda M

    I read several Tawna Fenske books and was reminded why I enjoy her books so much! The books were: Dr Hot Stuff (the last of the Ponderosa Resort series); Snowbound Squeeze (a re-read); and the 2 Juniper Ridge books that are out Show Time & Let it Show.

  3. Bronwyn

    I’m trying to read at least one book from the TBR every week. This week it was a mystery by Richard Osman entitled The Thursday Murder Club. It was wonderful on many levels. Then I got caught up on the In Death books by J. D. Robb. I’m trying to hang in there until the author gets done (53 books and counting) but I don’t know if I will make it. A lot of “same old” without the humor and the life developments of the supporting cast. Now I am reading Daddy Crush by A. Anders and it is surprisingly good so far.

    • DiscoDollyDeb

      I really enjoyed DADDY CRUSH, I just wish it had had a different title. Yes, there is an age-gap and some (relatively minor) Daddy-kink in the story, but I felt it was more about the journey of a young woman, raised in a very oppressive home, who learns to be true to herself and her artistic vision. Great book, misleading title.

  4. Kareni

    Since last time ~

    — quite enjoyed Heart of Malice (Alice Worth Book 1) by Lisa Edmonds and went on to read the novella Blood Money as well as books 2 and 3, Heart of Fire and Heart of Ice. Now I need to get my hands on the remainder of the series!
    — read and enjoyed One’s Aspect to the Sun (Nearspace Book 1) by Sherry D. Ramsey. I’d read on in this series; however, my library does not own the sequels.
    — the anthology Fantastic Hope by Laurel K. Hamilton, Patricia Briggs and more. As with most anthologies, I found that I liked some of the stories, was ambivalent about others, and did not finish several. My favorite story was “Asil and the Not-Date” by Patricia Briggs; it featured Asil from her Alpha and Omega series.
    — and a host of samples.

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