What Are You Reading? (664)

Posted November 17, 2023 by Casee in Features | 2 Comments


I’ve been going through reading spurts. Sometimes I get home from work and don’t read at all. Sometimes I come home and I read for hours. I’m currently reading Bad for You (Rocktown Ink #4) by Sherilee Gray. I’m really enjoying this series.

I’m listening to Ashes (Dark in You #3) by Suzanne Wright and Things We Left Behind (Knockemout #3) by Lucy Score.


Work and family obligations are kicking my butt this month. I finished re-reading the Dark in You series by Suzanne Wright and listening to Guardian of Torment by Michelle Manus. Then I read The Brightest Light of Sunshine by Lisina Coney, which I found via Bookstagram. It started out really cute, but it kind of fizzled out for me in the last half. I’m currently listening to Things We Left Behind (Knockemout #3) by Lucy Score.

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? (664)

  1. DiscoDollyDeb

    I’m reading Ari Baran’s DELAY OF GAME, the second book in her Penalty Box series of m/m hockey romances. It’s very good—in some ways, it reminds me of Cait Nary’s SEASON’S CHANGE and of KD Casey’s UNWRITTEN RULES.

  2. Kareni

    Over the past week ~

    — For my book group, Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus. I’d read this last April so decided that a reread was in order. Repeating what I said then, “I very much enjoyed it (well, except for the parts that made me sad). I received my PhD in Chemistry in the latter eighties, and the book reminded me of how grateful I need to be for women of earlier decades who fought battles that I did not.”
    — Last Ship Home by Erica Rue was a quick read about a soldier left behind on an alien world. It’s currently free for US Kindle readers.
    — Ignition Point by Jami Gray is a prequel work to her Arcane Transporter urban fantasy series and can be found in the collection, Arcane Transporter Box Set I by Jami Gray. Be aware that it has a lot of deaths.
    — recently finished Bump in the Night (Medium at Large Book 1) by Meredith Spies. This was a contemporary paranormal m/m romance featuring a medium as well as an out of work professor who is hired to serve as a skeptic on a television show about a haunted house. It was a pleasant read, but I don’t see it as a book I’ll reread.

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