What Are You Reading? (670)

Posted March 22, 2024 by Casee in Features | 2 Comments


I’ve been sick for the last two weeks and haven’t had the energy to read. I’m currently trying to get through Legacy of Temptation (Demonica Birthright #1) by Larissa Ione. I think I’ve been reading it for a week and I’m only halfway through. I’m also listening to Silver Silence (Psy-Changeling Trinity #1) by Nalini Singh.


Nothing has appealed to me lately. I’m a mood reader who doesn’t know what mood she’s in. It’s frustrating.

I read Forgotten Queen (Forsaken Mate #2) by Vasilia Drake, but I didn’t enjoy it as much as the first book in the series. I ended up DNFing the third book, Fatal Goddess, because the characters were immature and annoying (you’d think they’d have gotten better over the course of the series, but the opposite was true). I read A Court This Cruel & Lovely (Kingdom of Lies, #1) by Stacia Stark, which was intriguing, but then I wasn’t in the mood for the second book, so I set it aside in favor of re-reading Soul Taken by Patricia Briggs so I could refresh my memory before I read the ARC I received of Winter Lost. But then I wasn’t in the mood for it after I finished. I read and enjoyed When He Dares (Olympus Pride #6) by Suzanne Wright, though it isn’t my favorite of the series. I ended up re-reading some of the other Olympus Pride books, then The Dark In You series.

I read Green Gryphon (Mackenzie Green, #1) by J.S. Kennedy, which I enjoyed, but I wasn’t in the mood for the second book, Green Mage, so I set it aside. I’ve started a number of book since then, but nothing has held my interest. I have no idea what to try next.

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? (670)

  1. Kareni

    Casee, I hope you’ll soon feel better!
    And, Holly, I hope you’ll soon find some books that appeal to you.

    Over the past week ~

    — read Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh which I’ve been reading as I am planning to make a bookmark featuring it. I would have enjoyed this a lot more at about age ten or so, but it was good to read a book I’ve seen mentioned so many times.
    — two scifi/fantasy books by author Barrie Farris, Ingenious and Intuitive. These were set in an intriguing world where men outnumbered women about ten to one and where women were the ruling class. Women typically had three husbands and were required to have four children. Males were required to enter an academy at age eight; at eighteen they could enter the army if they met the qualifications, become a concubine (via a lottery) to an unmarried man for three years, or marry if asked. This was a male/male romance. I enjoyed the first book and quickly read the sequel which featured a second couple.
    — enjoyed The Anonymous Hookup: A Heart-warming MM Novella by Jax Calder in which a relationship develops between two men who plan only to have a one time liaison. It had me laughing. I then read The Unforgettable Hookup which is the sequel and is written from the viewpoint of the second main character.
    — When Glory Wrote to Collin: A Pen Pal Romance by Lola Winters was a pleasant read. I enjoyed the first part of the book most as it included the letters of the two leads from fourth grade through college.

  2. DiscoDollyDeb

    I’m reading Ainsley Booth’s THE SCORING SECRET, a romance between a professional hockey player and a woman who holds an administrative position in a hospital. I’m enjoying it—the style reminds me quite a bit of Kate Canterbary.

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