What Are You Reading? (602)

Posted April 15, 2022 by Casee in Features | 3 Comments

Casee

I’ve been waffling back and forth on what to read. I started Here With Me (Adair Family #1) by Samantha Young. It was a good story, but it had more of a romantic suspense storyline. I’m not remotely interested in that genre right now so I decided to go back to my dark roots and read Jester (Masters of Mayhem #2) by Renee Rocco. After that I am planning on reading Havoc (Masters of Mayhem #3). I was into lighthearted books for awhile, but I think I’m officially back in my “dark” phase.

I listened to Say It’s Forever (Redemption Hills #2) by A.L. Jackson. I read it last month, but wanted to listen to it because I love Andi Arndt & Joe Arden. <3

Holly

I’m still reading the Immortal Guardians series by Dianne Duvall. I finished Night Unbound, then read Shadows Strike, Blade of Darkness and Phantom Embrace. I’m currently reading Awaken the Darkness.

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


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3 responses to “What Are You Reading? (602)

  1. DiscoDollyDeb

    I just finished (as in, a few minutes ago) THE THORNS REMAIN by Jennifer Hartmann and Chelley St. Clair. It’s an uber-angsty book about a man who sets out to seduce the wife of the man his own wife was having an affair with. Of course, things backfire spectacularly when he starts having feelings for his intended “victim.” Hartmann & St. Clair really put their characters through the wringer in this one. If you’ve read other books by Hartmann (like STILL BEATING or THE WRONG HEART), you know what to expect: high highs, low lows, and lots of melancholy and angst. I liked it, but YMMV.

  2. Kareni

    Over the past week ~

    — A Peculiar Combination: An Electra McDonnell Novel by Ashley Weaver; this was an enjoyable mystery with a safe cracker set in world war two England. It also happens to be on sale for $2.99 for US Kindle readers.
    — enjoyed the historical romance Someone Perfect (The Westcott Series Book 9) by Mary Balogh.
    — reread Quarter Share Book 1 of 6: Trader’s Tales from the Golden Age of the Solar Clipper by Nathan Lowell which I enjoyed once again. One of the nice things about this space opera series is that it does not include battles; rather it’s about day to day life on board a trading ship.
    — read Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus and was one-more-chaptering until I finished the book at midnight. I very much enjoyed it (well, excerpt for the parts that made me sad). I received my PhD in Chemistry in the latter eighties, and the book reminded me of how grateful I need to be for women of earlier decades who fought battles that I did not. There is a very good review at Dear Author.

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