What Are You Reading? (588)

Posted November 26, 2021 by Casee in Features | 2 Comments


My reading continues to be slow af. I’m reading Immortal’s Honor by Rebecca Zanetti. I’m really enjoying Honor. She is very feisty which I like. I haven’t listened to any audiobooks recently. My reading is really sad right now.


I continued listening to the Hidden Legacy series by Ilona Andrews. I finished Sapphire Flames and Emerald Blaze. I’m ready for the final book in the trilogy to come out. I read One Night of Sin and One Night of Scandal by Elle Kennedy. They were quick light reads that I enjoyed.

I’m currently listening to The Inadequate Heir by Danielle L. Jensen, the latest release in The Bridge Kingdom series. I plan to reread the Kinsman series this weekend so I can read Fated Blades by Ilona Andrews.

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

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2 responses to “What Are You Reading? (588)

  1. Kareni

    Since last week ~

    — continued re-reading the Guardsmen series and finished Rescued: A “Parker’s Sanctuary” Story (this is a FREE short prequel), Parker’s Sanctuary, Second Chances (an epilogue available from the author), and the novella Mismatched: A Guardsmen Romance Novella all by Cooper West. My favorite of these are the Parker’s Sanctuary pieces.
    — the contemporary male/male romance Role Model (Game Changers Book 5) by Rachel Reid which I enjoyed.
    — reread Silent Blade (The World of Kinsmen Book 1) by Ilona Andrews; this was an inadvertent reread as I only recognized the story after I began reading. It’s a fairly short work, and it was a pleasant read albeit with violence.

  2. DiscoDollyDeb

    I’m reading Katie Golding’s WRECKLESS, the second book in her Moto Grand Prix series (after last year’s FEARLESS). It’s an antagonists-to-lovers/sports-rivals romance between two motorcycle riders who have been competing against (and flirting with) each other on the Moto circuit for ten years. Moto is apparently one of the few sports where women and men compete against each other, so that makes the sports-rival angle credible. I’m enjoying the book—it’s very much a slow-burn with a lot of technical detail and competence p*rn. I think if you like Pamela Clare’s Colorado High Country or Kari Lynn Dell’s rodeo romances, you would like Katie Golding’s Moto romances.

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