What Are You Reading? (642)

Posted April 7, 2023 by Casee in Reviews | 2 Comments


I finished up Ancient Warrior (Ancients Rising #8) by Katie Reus. It was much better than the previous book. I really enjoyed Harlow & Aodh. I also finished Finally Mine (Benevolence #2) by Lucy Score & am now reading Protecting What’s Mine (Benevolence #3). I can’t believe I missed this series because I am absolutely loving it.

I’m still listening to Things We Hide from the Light (Knockemout #2) by Lucy Score. I haven’t had much time to listen to audiobooks, so it’s been slow going.


I finished Guardian of Chaos by Michelle Manus, the first Nyx Fortnua book. I really enjoyed it and I look forward to reading the rest of the series. I’m a little bummed that there are no audiobooks for the rest of the series, though. I listened to Of Mice and Murder by Steffanie Holmes, the second in the Nevermore Bookshop Mysteries. It was good. I really enjoy the narrator. I also read Siren’s Song by Michelle Manus), the first book in the Aspect Society series. The writing wasn’t quite as good as in the Nyx Fortuna book I read, but I did enjoy the story overall.

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? (642)

  1. DiscoDollyDeb

    I’m reading STR8 B8 by K.C. Wells. It’s about a down on his luck construction worker who participates in gay-for-pay p*rn and finds himself falling for his co-star. It’s a bit exposition-heavy—and it’s not going to make my favorites of the year list, lol—but it’s been a quick read so far.

  2. Kareni

    Over the past week ~

    — reread Written In Red (A Novel of the Others Book 1) by Anne Bishop. I enjoyed this once again; the real question is whether I’ll be able to resist reading on in the series. Be warned that this series contains violence and gore.
    — For my distant book group, I read Clock Dance by Anne Tyler. I found this contemporary fiction to be a very quick read; it’s about the life of a woman at about ages 10, 20, 40, and 60. I enjoyed the last section of the book the most but found the ending rather abrupt.
    — quite enjoyed All Gremlins Great & Small by T.M. Baumgartner. I look forward to reading the book that follows this contemporary fantasy novella which takes place after portals from other worlds have opened up on ours.
    — enjoyed yet another reread of Stray (Touchstone Book 1) by Andrea K. Höst. This science fiction book is FREE for Kindle readers. This is one of my comfort books.
    — reread another favorite, Quarter Share (Trader’s Tales from the Golden Age of the Solar Clipper Book 1) by Nathan Lowell, which I’d describe as mellow slice of life science fiction. Then read the next in the series, Half Share.

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