What Are You Reading? (660)

Posted October 6, 2023 by Casee in Features | 2 Comments


I’ve been reading a new-to-me author. I read Royal Savage (Savage & Ink #1) by Victoria Ashley. It was very reminiscent of J.T. Geissinger, who I absolutely adore. I also read Slade (Walk of Shame #1) which is about male strippers. It was just okay. I’m all for male strippers, but Hemy (Walk of Shame #2) was just awful. I DNFed it at 33%. I just couldn’t do it. Now I’m reading Rogue Darkness (Immortal Guardians #12) by Dianne Duvall. I really love DD, so I’m hoping that this will get me out of my reading funk.

I’m leaving on vacation next week (driving), so I’m going to listen to Things We Left Behind (Knockemout #3) by Lucy Score. I am really looking forward to it and dreading it at the same time.


I finished The Wolf and The Wildflower by Stacey Reid, which was really good. The premise was interesting and I was on the edge of my seat waiting to see how things would turn out. I read and listened to The Faceless Mage and The Unseen Heir by Kenley Davidson, both of which I really enjoyed. I haven’t decided if I want to continue with the series, so I started Traitor’s Masque by the same author, which is a Cinderella re-telling.

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? (660)

  1. DiscoDollyDeb

    I just finished Julie Kriss’s latest, WHAT HAPPENED THAT NIGHT, a boss-employee romance with both the work situation and the consent handled very well. Now I’m reading Willow Dixon’s FAKERS WITH BENEFITS, an m/m romance about a fake relationship between a wealthy businessman and a stripper.

  2. Kareni

    Over the past week ~

    — For my distant book group, The Mothers: A Novel by Brit Bennett. As you might surmise, much of it is about mother/child relationships, but it’s also about friendship, dating, relationships, infidelity, suicide, church, gossip, and more. The Mothers are a group of elderly women who are much involved at a church; the main character is a girl/teen whose family attends that church.
    — enjoyed the contemporary m/m romance Unguarded by Jay Hogan. This featured a young man, now homeless, who has just left an unfaithful partner and a vet (a single parent after being widowed) in dire need of office help.
    — reread with pleasure Blonde Date by Sarina Bowen; this is perhaps my favorite new adult romance novella.
    — enjoyed a reread of a favorite urban fantasy novella ~ Alpha and Omega by Patricia Briggs.

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