What Are You Reading? (619)

Posted September 9, 2022 by Casee in Features | 4 Comments


I am still binging Abigail Owen. I’m currently reading The Traitor (Fire’s Edge #5) which is the final book in the series. After that I’m either going to read Garrett’s Destiny by Rebecca Zanetti or Archangel’s Resurrection by Nalini Singh.


I’ve hit a wall. I re-read White Hot and Wildfire by Ilona Andrews and Repeat by Kylie Scott this week, but nothing new that I started worked for me.

I have no idea what I’m in the mood for. I may want to read a SciFi romance. Any recommendations?

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


4 responses to “What Are You Reading? (619)

  1. DiscoDollyDeb

    I’ve read two books I’ve been anticipating for ages and yet somehow failed to see they’d both been released the last week of August: JUST A BIT HEARTLESS, the 13th (!) book in Alessandra Hazard’s Straight Guys series. This is an m/m romance with one MC in a fake relationship, falling for someone else and unable to tell him he’s not really in a relationship. The other book is Taylor Fitzpatrick’s AND THEN, the follow-up to COMING IN FIRST PLACE. This continues the story of an m/m couple, both professional hockey players, one of whom is clearly on the autism spectrum. It’s good but the couple spends much of the book apart. It’s more a heartbreak book than a romance.

  2. Kareni

    Over the past week ~

    — the science fiction romance Eclipse the Moon by Jessie Mihalik which I enjoyed. You should definitely start with the first book in the series to best understand this story.
    — for my distant book group, I read The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich; this was an intriguing book with a touch of magical realism that is set mostly on a Native American reservation in the 1950s.
    — The Call: A Psychic Paranormal Romantic Comedy (Building the Circle Book 1) by Maggie M Lily. I found the book confusing in parts particularly the psychic element which I’d imagined would concern the hero or heroine but did not. That said, I do think I will go on to book two which features one of the brothers of this book’s hero.

  3. Kareni

    Holly, some of the science fiction romances I’ve enjoyed:

    Lyn Gala’s Claimings series
    Quite a few books by Jayne Castle/Jayne Ann Krentz
    The … in Death series by J.D. Robb
    Michelle Diener’s Class 5 series

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