What Are You Reading? (611)

Posted June 17, 2022 by Holly in Features | 2 Comments


I decided to try a new author this week. I read Fury Unleashed (Forgotten Brotherhood #1) by N.J. Walters. Now I’m reading Arctic Bite (Forgotten Brotherhood #2). I am also still reading Free by Kristen Ashley.

I’ve been trying to listen to Shadow Music by Julie Garwood. Trying being the operative word. It is an awful book. I am starting Chapter 25 and the h/h have yet to meet. DNFing a reread sounds strange, but I think that’s exactly what’s going to happen.


I set aside Soul Taken by Patricia Briggs because I was feeling a little lost and wanted to re-read Smoke Bitten first. I requested the audiobook, so I should go back to it soon.

In the meantime I read Things We Never Got Over by Lucy Score, a new-to-me author. I really enjoyed the story. I’m excited to have found a new author to glom. I re-read Bad Apple by Elle Kennedy (formerly published under the title Midnight Encounters), though I didn’t realize it was a re-read as it has been updated and renamed by the author. I’m currently reading Undying Stars by Anna Carven, the latest installment in the DarkStar Mercenaries series.

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? (611)

  1. Kareni

    Since last time ~

    — For my local book group, I read Anxious People by Fredrik Backman which proved to be a far more entertaining read than many of our prior books; it was also silly and poignant. This is my first book by this popular author. If you have read this and others of his books, would you say this is representative of his works?
    — enjoyed We Are Legion (We Are Bob) (Bobiverse Book 1) by Dennis Taylor; this was a fun science fiction read. If my library had the next book, I’d happily read on.
    — enjoyed rereading Written on His Skin by Simone Stark; this is a contemporary romance with some epistolary content. It’s a fairly explicit novella.
    — and a host of book samples.

  2. DiscoDollyDeb

    I just finished Kelly Hunter’s LOLA AND THE SINGLE DAD, part of the multi-author Wirralong series set in the Australian Outback. An actress returns to Wirralong and falls for her neighbor—a widower with a young son. I like Hunter’s uncluttered style and the emotional maturity of her characters. I would definitely recommend it.

    I’m now reading Garrett Leigh’s SAINT’S SONG, the second book in her Rebel Kings MC series. It should be read as a duet with the first book, DEVIL’S DANCE. It’s an MMM-ménage and very angsty and quite violent (it is a motorcycle club romance, after all). I would recommend reading it, but check the content warning first.

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