What Are You Reading? (656)

Posted August 25, 2023 by Casee in Features | 2 Comments


I’m currently reading Edge of Darkness (Night Prowler #4) by J.T. Geissinger. This is a series about shapeshifters & how they try to protect themselves from humans. It’s very angsty, so it’s taking me a little time to read it because I keep having to put it down. It’s really annoying.

I’m listening to Maggie Moves On by Lucy Score. I just love this author & can’t wait to get further into the book.


I re-read Heart of Obsidian by Nalini Singh to get me out of my reading funk and then read The Hook Up by Kristen Callihan, just because. I read Bewicched by Seana Kelly, which was just okay. I liked the premise, but the lack of emotion in the writing kind of killed my enjoyment of it. Cold Hearted by Heather Guerre was another disappointing read. The first half was pretty good, but it went downhill quick in the second half. Choosing Theo by Victoria Aveline was an okay read. Some parts of it frustrated me, but I enjoyed it enough to start the second book, Freeing Luka.

I’m desperate for an amazing PNR or Fantasy romance. Any recommendations?

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? (656)

  1. DiscoDollyDeb

    I just started Kate Canterbary’s SHUCKED, and it’s a complete trope-fest: best friend’s sister, grumpy-sunshine (literally—the heroine’s name is Sunny), opposites attract, antagonists-to-lovers. I’m enjoying it so far.

  2. Kareni

    Over the past week ~

    — Beyond the Next Star by Melody Johnson was a science fiction romance. When the story begins, it’s been five years since the heroine was abducted from earth. She’s now on a planet that loves unusual pets and has just been purchased as a companion animal by a new owner who has PTSD. It was an unusual story.
    — reread a book I read last week and enjoyed it again ~ Lucky by Gigi DeGraham. This was a romance featuring three older teens at an elite prep school; one is a scholarship student who lives in a trailer park. There were definitely some things that strained credulity, but I liked it and can see rereading it again.
    — a contemporary romance that I enjoyed ~ Codename Charming by Lucy Parker. It featured a personal assistant and a bodyguard both of whom work for the husband of a princess. It made me laugh a number of times.
    — plus a host of book samples.

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