What Are You Reading? (649)

Posted June 2, 2023 by Casee in Features | 4 Comments


I am still going strong with Suzanne Wright. I finished The Olympus Pride series. I didn’t love it, but it was entertaining. I really didn’t know what to read after that, but decided to stay with SW since she has yet to disappoint. I’m currently reading Ashes (Dark in You #3) by Suzanne Wright. I really love this series because each couple has several books within the series. It feels like one giant epilogue, which I am really loving.

I’m still not listening to any audiobooks, which makes me very sad.


I DNF’d When He’s Ruthless by Suzanne Wright, the 4th book in the Olympus Pride series. I just couldn’t deal with the immature actions of the FMC. Then I read When He’s Torn, the final book in the series. I hadn’t read it before and I ended up really enjoying it. It’s tied for my favorite of the series with When He’s Sinful. I am currently reading Must Love Hockey by Sarina Bowen.

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

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4 responses to “What Are You Reading? (649)

  1. Kareni

    Over the past week ~

    — quite enjoyed Tommy Cabot Was Here by Cat Sebastian, a historical male/male romance novella set in 1950s New England featuring two once good friends who are reunited after 15 years.
    — enjoyed a reread of the science fiction novella The Sentinel by Eden Winters which features an augmented soldier, a baby he rescues, and a man on the planet to which they escape. It’s about family and is a lovely romance.
    — Fourth Wing (The Empyrean Book 1) by Rebecca Yarros; I enjoyed this fantasy (even if it did have a cliffhanger ending). Though this features young people, it is definitely NOT a young adult novel. It is set in a war college training candidates to ride dragons into battle; days at the college begin with a list of those who died in the last day.
    — enjoyed Murder in Admonishment: A Doyle & Acton Mystery by Anne Cleeland which is the twelfth? thirteenth? book in a favorite series. I don’t even try to solve the convoluted mysteries, I simply enjoy spending time with the characters. If interested, do begin with the first book, Murder in Thrall.
    — enjoyed and found poignant Of Sunlight and Stardust by Christina Lee. The book features a couple falling in love in the present day (one man is grieving the recent death of his wife and the other has just served four years in prison); the men discover a journal which tells of two young men in love in the forties when homosexuality was a crime.
    — read Crazy Foolish Robots (The Robot Galaxy Series 1) by Adeena Mignogna. This was a pleasant story about a young woman running away from home (an asteroid) and getting kidnapped by a robot. I don’t plan to continue on in the series.

    • DiscoDollyDeb

      I loved OF SUNLIGHT AND STARDUST. It was one of my favorite books from a couple of years ago. That being said, it’s not an easy read: only one couple gets an HEA, and what happened to the couple in the past is difficult to read, even if there is a closure of sorts in the present day. It’s a beautifully-written book, but an emotional roller-coaster.

      • Kareni

        I remembered you having recommended it, @DDD, so thank you! I agree with all you said.

  2. DiscoDollyDeb

    I’m reading Marley Valentine’s WHAT WE BROKE, an m/m romance about a married couple whose relationship falls apart after a tragedy. The story goes back in time to trace how they met and fell in love, then what tore them apart. It’s very, very angsty, which I love, but YMMV.

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