What Are You Reading? (638)

Posted February 24, 2023 by Holly in Features | 2 Comments


I’m reading A Trial by Blood (The Thornheart Trials #3) by Sherilee Gray. I love this series & can’t wait until the next book comes out.

I’m leaving on vacation tomorrow & I have Things We Hide From the Light (Knockemout #2) by Lucy Score on audio for the flight. I just hope it’s as good as Things We Never Got Over.


I read Say Yes and Body Check by Elle Kennedy. Body Check was just okay for me, but I really enjoyed Say Yes, even though it was short. I also read Moonlighter and Loverboy by Sarina Bowen. I liked Moonlighter, but Loverboy did not work for me at all. I didn’t like the premise or the romance and the mystery plot was awful. I don’t know if she plans to continue the series, but I won’t be reading any future releases in this series. Things We Hide from the Light by Lucy Score was just okay. I found myself frustrated by Nash for the majority of the book. I’m not sure if it just my reading mood or the book, so take that with a grain of salt.

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? (638)

  1. Kareni

    Safe and happy travels, Casee. Hope that your reading mood will rise, Holly.
    Since last week ~

    — enjoyed reading the young adult science fiction novel A Beautiful Friendship (Honor Harrington – Star Kingdom Book 1) by David Weber. This novel tells the story of humans’ first interactions with treecats; it’s a standalone story in the Honor Harrington world and features her ancestor.
    — quite enjoyed the contemporary romance Ship Wrecked by Olivia Dade; the author’s wit appeals to me and had me laughing aloud several times. The book is about two actors and spans some six years.

  2. DiscoDollyDeb

    I’m reading FOR THE FANS by Nyla K. It’s a very tropey (antagonists-to-lovers, opposites attract, stepbrothers) m/m about college-age stepbrothers who start hooking up to earn money on OnlyFans. Nyla Al’s books are usually super-duper dark, but (so far) this one is a little more humorous—although it’s clear that one MC has unresolved trauma in his past. It’s a fast read, but very long (over 700 pages), so I’m not sure where the story is going.

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