What Are You Reading? (568)

Posted June 11, 2021 by Holly in Features | 5 Comments


It’s Friday & it feels so good. I have been a reading machine this week. I read two books. Yep. Two books. I’m still reading the Mallick Brothers series by Jessica Gadziala. I finished Ryan (#2) & am about halfway through Mark (#3). I am really looking forward to reading Eli (#4).

I listened to The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave. It was really, really good. I’m going to be starting The Midnight Library by Matt Haig. Both books are for bookclub.


I am still re-reading Lisa Kleypas. I tried a few other books, but none held my attention so I gave into the inevitable. I finished Devil in Spring, then read Devil’s Daughter and I Will. I took a break to re-read Lord of Scoundrels by Lorretta Chase for my book club this weekend, then started re-reading The Hathaways series. I finished Mine Till Midnight, Seduce Me at Sunrise and Tempt Me at Twilight, and I’m just about to start Married by Morning. It’s been great revisiting these characters.

I was listening to Duke in Shining Armor by Lorretta Chase, but I set it aside in favor of Shifters in the Night by Molly Harper on audio, the latest in her Mystic Bayou series (included in Audible Plus).


Happy Friday, y’all! I finished Devil in Disguise by Lisa Kleypas and now I’m reading Lord of Scoundrel by Loretta Chase. It’s a re-read for me and I remember loving it so much the first time I read and this time around? You bet your bottom dollar I still love the hell out of it. Jessica is the best!! I’m also still reading The Siren’s Lament but I took a break from that this week to watch The Conjuring movies.

I think I’m going to jump back in my review pile next, probably read So We Meet Again by Suzanne Park and Battle Royal by Lucy Parker.

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? (568)

  1. Rita Wray

    I’m reading Talk Bookish to Me by Kate Bromley. I love it and have been laughing out loud.

  2. DiscoDollyDeb

    Over the past few days, I’ve read Claire Kingsley’s five-book Miles Family series (BROKEN MILES, FORBIDDEN MILES, RECKLESS MILES, HIDDEN MILES, and GAINING MILES). The books are about a family of adult siblings & their mother who run a winery in the Pacific Northwest. Although each romance is self-contained, there is an overarching storyline about the family’s attempts to hang on to the winery when the patriarch takes off, leaving debt and children from a secret family in his wake. Highly recommended.

  3. Glenda M

    I finished Jade Lee’s Lords of the Masquerade series with Lord Ares and Lord Satyr and I’m still kinda halfway reading Lizzie Goes Brains over Braun. There was a lot going on this week and I didn’t have as much reading time as some weeks despite being on an airplane for 3 hours.

  4. Kareni

    I’m eager to read Battle Royal and look forward to your review, Rowena. Holly, I agree that Lord of Scoundrels and The Hathaways series are great reads.

  5. Kareni

    Over the past week ~

    — completed my reread of the Touchstone series with Snow Day (Touchstone Book 6) by Andrea K Höst which I enjoyed once more.
    — Enduring Fear by Jessica Wilberforce; I enjoyed this but I’m not sure if I’m motivated to continue.
    — Runaway Fate: A Paranormal Women’s Fiction Novel (Moonstone Cove Book 1) by Elizabeth Hunter; I enjoyed this and will likely read on if the sequels should present themselves. It sounds strange to say, but it was rather nice to see a happily married couple in a book.
    — the final three books in a five book series: Time Taken , Time Turns, and Out of Time all by C.B. Lewis. Each book features a different m/m couple; however, there is a storyline that begins in the first book and concludes twenty year later in the fifth book. I enjoyed all the books, but I recommend reading the series in order.
    — enjoyed rereading The Curse of Chalion by Lois McMaster Bujold.

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