What Are You Reading? (590)

Posted December 17, 2021 by Casee in Features | 2 Comments


I’ve been glomming the Realm Enforcers series by Rebecca Zanetti this week. I’m reading the fifth and final book which is Wicked Bite.

I’m listening to Getting Real by Emma Chase.


I ended up DNF’s Little Fire by Hollee Mands. It was slow going, but I was determined to push through until the heroine had a temper tantrum, complete with name-calling and shin-kicking (not an exaggeration). That was kind of the final straw for me. Aside from that I haven’t had a lot of reading time. I’ve been skim-reading some old favorites, but that’s about it. Hopefully I’ll have some reading time during the holiday break.

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? (590)

  1. Kareni

    It’s been a busy week, but I’ve managed some reading.

    — Hitting the Wall: A Stonecut County Romance by Cate C. Wells.
    I enjoyed this full length contemporary romance.
    The following are all shorter works which I enjoyed ~
    — A Lovely Drop: A Story of the NeverNeath by Darynda Jones… Contemporary paranormal male/female romance
    — One Bed for Christmas: A Baldwin Village Novella by Jackie Lau… Contemporary male/female romance
    — Lost Along the Way (Tales of the Curious Cookbook Book 3) by Marie Sexton… Contemporary male/male romance
    — Christmas Angel (The Christmas Angel Book 1) by Eli Easton… Historical male/male romance
    — In Case of Emergency by Keira Andrews… Contemporary male/male romance

  2. DiscoDollyDeb

    I just finished Eve Dangerfield’s RETURN ALL. It’s the second book in her Rebirth series (also the second romance she’s published since she returned from romance-writing hiatus/retirement). It’s a second-chance romance between a football player (he’s the friend/teammate/housemate of the hero of Dangerfield’s earlier BEGIN AGAIN, AGAIN) and the woman he loved a decade ago—she now runs a non-profit that builds and provides affordable housing to the economically-disadvantaged. As in Dangerfield’s ACT YOUR AGE, there is an element of Daddy kink in the couple’s dynamic, but it’s all fully consensual. I thought RETURN ALL was a bit more downbeat and a bit less humorous than Dangerfield usually is, but I still enjoyed it.

    I’m now reading Maisey Yates’s CLAIMING THE RANCHER’S HEIR, a very good antagonists-to-lovers/unplanned pregnancy romance between rival winery owners.

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