What Are You Reading? (646)

Posted May 12, 2023 by Casee in Features | 3 Comments


I’m still binging the eff out of Suzanne Wright. I’m currently reading Untamed Delights (The Phoenix Pack #8). I was thinking about moving onto When He’s an Alpha (The Olympus Pride #2), but I think I need a break. These are really good books, but since I’ve read them one after another, they get kind of repetitive. I can’t decide if I’m going to read Grayson’s Vow by Mia Sheridan or No More Secrets (Blue Moon #1) by Lucy Score. I’m pretty sure I’m going to move to a contemporary. I also have Resonance Surge (Psy-Changeling Trinity #7) by Nalini Singh. Hmmmm.

I listened to Pretend You’re Mine (Benevolence #1) by Lucy Score & loved it. It was a reread, but I loved it as much the second time around. Definitely on my “Best of” list for 2023. I just adored that book.


I finished reading Echoes of Fire by Suzanne Wright, then finished off the series by re-reading Shards of Frost. I enjoyed the series as a whole, though Echoes of Fire remains my favorite. I DNF’s Air Bound by Jess Mountifield. The premise was intriguing and the writing itself was good, but the plot and storyline were really silly. I was hoping the baby dragon would save the book, but alas. I couldn’t deal with all the inconsistences and TSTL things the heroine did.

I read Knightmaster by Anna Hackett. It was just okay. I don’t think I’ll be continuing with the series. I also read Grave Cargo by Jami Gray, which was also okay. I enjoyed it more than Knightmaster, but not enough to read all 6 books in the series. I may come back to it at a later date, but for now I’m going to look for something else. I may go back to Castle of Dusk and Shadows by Rachel L. Schade, a book I discovered on Bookstagram. I wasn’t in the mood for a fantasy the day it released, but I might give it a try now.

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

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3 responses to “What Are You Reading? (646)

  1. Kareni

    Over the past week ~

    — The Secret Lives of Country Gentlemen (The Doomsday Books Book 1) by KJ Charles was an enjoyable historical romance with two heroes. This is a book that I would happily reread.
    — The Starfighter Invitation (The Singularity Game Book 1) by Andrea K Höst was quite different from the author’s other books; I enjoyed this science fiction novel, but I don’t anticipate revisiting it soon.
    — read a new science fiction novel that I enjoyed, Three Grams of Elsewhere by Andy Giesler. It dealt with the weaponization of empathy, had a main character in his seventies, and was quite unlike other science fiction books I’ve read. It also happens to be 99¢ for US Kindle readers.

  2. DiscoDollyDeb

    I’ve almost finished HERO WORSHIP by Amelia Wilde. It’s a “second-generation” romance featuring the now-adult children of characters from an earlier Wilde series that was loosely inspired by Greek mythology. In HERO WORSHIP, Daisy (daughter of Hades & Persephone) has seizures and an aversion to light. Her cousin Hercules (adopted son of Daisy’s uncle, Zeus—there’s no blood relationship between them) is the only one who seems able to help her. The plot is a little more crazy-sauce than is usual with Wilde, plus there’s a “magical peen” element because sex with Hercules keeps Daisy’s seizures and nightmares at bay. However, HERO WORSHIP is well written and the pages are flying by.

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