What Are You Reading? (671)

Posted April 12, 2024 by Casee in Features | 2 Comments


I’ve been reading the Eternal Mates series by a new-to-me author, Felicity Heaton. I just finished Taken by a Dragon (Eternal Mates #7) and am going to start Marked by an Assassin (Eternal Mates #8). I also have the two new Nalini Singh books, but I don’t want to read them because I don’t want to be done with them and have to wait another year.

I’ve been rereading the Dark in You series by Suzanne Wright on audio. I really love this series. This is the third time I’ve reread it. I’m currently listening to Omens (Dark in You #6) and it’s one of my favorites of the series.


I’ve mostly been re-reading this month.

Kristen Ashley Re-reads: The Gamble, Sweet Dreams, Games of the Heart, Own the Wind, Ride Steady, Play it Safe, The Will, Soaring, The Time in Between.

Ilona Andrews: One Fell Sweep. Graphic Audios: Sweep of the Blade, Sweep with Me, Sweep of the Heart. Magic Bleeds, Magic Burns, Magic Strikes.

Suzanne Wright: Burn, Blaze, Ashes, Embers, Hunted.

The only new-to-me book I’ve read so far in April is Bait N Witch by Abigail Owen.

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? (671)

  1. Kareni

    This has been a romance reading week.

    — I quite enjoyed Kiwi Rules and Stone Cold Kiwi by author Rosalind James. These are both contemporary romances set in New Zealand. Much of the second book was set in Dunedin where my husband and I visited our daughter who did her study abroad there. I could see rereading these books and would happily read more by the author. (It was also rather nice to read a book with a character named Karen where the name/person was not treated with disdain.)
    — I also reread a number of contemporary romance works by Sarina Bowen: The Year We Fell Down (this is one of my favorite new adult romances), The Year We Hid Away, Blonde Date (a favorite novella), and The Lucky One (a story).

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