What Are You Reading? (634)

Posted January 27, 2023 by Casee in Features | 2 Comments


I’m reading Promise Me Always (Redemption Hills #4) by A.L. Jackson. It’s good so far, but the writing may not be my cuppa. I’m still rereading Rock Addiction (Rock Kiss #1) by Nalini Singh. I’m going to be out of town this weekend & hope to have a ton of reading time.

I’m listening to Things We Never Got Over (Knockemout #1) by Lucy Score. I am loving it so far!


I finished The King’s Shadow by K.M. Shea, before realizing the third book in the trilogy doesn’t release until next month. I read The Snow Queen trilogy next, which I enjoyed, though not as much as some of her other books. I also listened to Pride and Prejudice (narrated by Rosamund Pike).

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? (634)

  1. DiscoDollyDeb

    I’m reading COERCION, the third book in Amelia Wilde’s Controlling Interest trilogy about a woman who embezzles from her boss and the unorthodox “repayment” method he demands. COERCION—which cannot be read as a standalone—takes a turn toward romantic suspense when the heroine’s father gets tangled up with some really bad guys and endangers the heroine and her younger siblings.

  2. Kareni

    Over the past week ~

    — The prequel (and currently free) novella, A Sight for Psychic Eyes (Piper Ashwell Psychic P.I.) by Kelly Hashway, was not what I’d hoped for; I don’t plan to read on.
    — reread with pleasure Stray (Touchstone Book 1) by Andrea K. Höst. This science fiction novel is permanently free to US Kindle readers; it is appropriate for teens and adults.
    — Book Marks: An Artist’s Card Catalog: Notes from the Library of My Mind by Barbara Page. The book sounded fascinating to me, and I put in a purchase suggestion at my library. They declined the suggestion, and I placed the book on my Amazon wishlist. Some months later, the book went on sale, and I bought a copy. I promptly read the prologue and the first chapter…and then the book languished on my coffee table for fifteen plus months until I picked it up again last week. Go figure! I definitely enjoyed this book; I think it would appeal to both book lovers and artists.
    — very much enjoyed Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin. It’s a book with a bit of everything (friendship, life, death, disability, love, jealousy, creativity, and infidelity to name a few) and a whole lot of game designing and playing.
    — another reread which I enjoyed once again ~ Lab Rat One (Touchstone Book 2) by Andrea K Höst.

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