What Are You Reading? (629)

Posted December 9, 2022 by Casee in Features | 5 Comments


I’m reading Heart’s Inferno (Fallen Guardians #6) by Georgia Lyn Hunter. I am really liking it a lot. She is a new-to-me author & I’ve been enjoying all her books. I’m listening to The Perils of Pleasure (Pennyroyal Green #1) by Julie Anne Long. Not sure how I feel about the audio at the moment.


I haven’t had much reading time. I finished In a Jam by Kate Canterbary. It was a cute contemporary romance. I look forward to reading more from the author. I did some re-reading and now I’m reading The Duke Alone by Christi Caldwell.

I’m on the hunt for some good holiday anthologies. If anyone has any recs I’d appreciate them.

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

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5 responses to “What Are You Reading? (629)

  1. DiscoDollyDeb

    I just finished Maisey Yates’s latest HP, FORBIDDEN TO THE DESERT PRINCE, about a man in love with his older brother’s fiancée. It’s very angsty—which is par for the course with Yates and Harlequin Presents.

  2. Kareni

    Over the past week ~

    — Ascendant (Songs of Chaos Book 1) by Michael R. Miller which was about a teen who saves a dragon egg which is about to be destroyed because of a flaw. The dragon that hatches and bonds with the teen is blind. This was a fairly lengthy fantasy; while I enjoyed it, I don’t plan to read on at this time.
    — The Woman Upstairs by Claire Messud for my distant book group. Do you ever finish a paragraph and turn the page for more only to find that you’ve finished the book? That was my experience with this book. I have mixed feelings about this book, but it definitely led to a lively discussion.
    — quite enjoyed Ocean’s Echo by Everina Maxwell which is a science fiction m/m romance. It is set in the same world as the author’s first book, but it absolutely stands alone. I enjoyed that first book, but I liked this one more. (This book would be a fine read for teens as well as adults.)
    — stayed up late to finish Tic-Tac-Mistletoe by N.R. Walker; it was an enjoyable m/m contemporary holiday romance.

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