What Are You Reading? (561)

Posted April 2, 2021 by Casee in Features | 2 Comments


This has been a good reading week for me. I discovered a new author which is always fun. Her name is Cassandra Robbins and I’m reading her Disciples series which is about an MC. I’m a sucker for MC romances. I’m reading Atone, which is the second book in the series.

I’ve also been listening to Kristen Ashley audiobooks this week. I finished Wild Fire and am now listening to Wild Wind.


I finished The Last Warrior by Jennifer Ashley. It was just okay. A little show in the first half. The second half was better, but it will never be my favorite of the series. I doubt I’ll re-read it. I read Shield-Maiden: Under the Howling Moon by Melanie Karsak, which was wonderful. I really enjoyed it. Fans of Vikings and The Last Kingdom will enjoy it. I’m currently reading the second book, Shield-Maiden: Under the Hunter’s Moon. I’m not loving it quite as much, but I’m only about 30% in, so I hope it gets better.

I listened to Sweep of the Blade by Ilona Andrews. I love that story like whoa, but the narrator was terrible. The voices she used for the vampires were awful. I also re-read Sweet Dreams by Kristen Ashley.


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2 responses to “What Are You Reading? (561)

  1. Kareni

    Since last time ~

    — the contemporary m/m romance Throwing Hearts by N.R. Walker which I enjoyed.
    — the contemporary romance The Tourist Attraction (Moose Springs, Alaska, 1) by Sarah Morgenthaler which made me laugh. And the follow-up short story, A Christmas Bun for Ulysses: A Moose Springs, Alaska Story.
    — the contemporary romance Superfan: A Hockey Romance (Brooklyn Book 3) by Sarina Bowen which I also enjoyed.
    — a contemporary novel that I quite enjoyed ~ Float Plan by Trish Doller.
    Hmm, I hadn’t realized until now that everything I read was contemporary!

  2. DiscoDollyDeb

    I just finished Nyla K’s DISTORTED, which was a very, very dark m/m erotic romance about the relationship between an inmate and a prison guard. There’s a lot of non-con & dub-con, plus psychological suspense and horror elements in the story. I enjoyed it, but I think it’s best to go into the book thinking of it as “romance-adjacent” rather than a romance.

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