What Are You Reading? (672)

Posted May 3, 2024 by Holly in Features | 3 Comments


I’ve been heavily into UF and PNR the last few months. I’ve found some good authors through KU. The Eternal Mates series by Felicity Heaton has been one of my favorites. I finished Primal Mirror (Psy-Changeling #8) by Nalini Singh. I’m going to pivot and go back to contemporaries for a while. I’m going to try King of Wrath (Kings of Sin #1) by Ana Huang. This is my first book by this author. I’ve seen some really good reviews of her books, so I’m hopeful.

I reread (on audio) the Dark in You series by Suzanne Wright. I am now listening to The Mercury Pack series by the same author.


I’ve just been re-reading non-stop. I’ve read hundreds (might be a slight exaggeration) of samples and nothing is grabbing me, so I just kept re-reading. I finished the Kate Daniels series on audio, then listened to Blood Heir, Iron and Magic and both Wilmington Years books; Magic Tides and Magic Claims. I also read Repeat and Pause by Kylie Scott.

The only new-to-me books I finished this week were Ignite by Melanie Harlow and When Love Sparks by Chelsea Harmon.

What are you reading this week? Any new favorites or books that drove you crazy? Share!

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3 responses to “What Are You Reading? (672)

  1. Kim

    I finished Simply the Best by Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Speculations in Sin by Jennifer Ashley and My Season of Scandal by Julie Anne Long. All were very good reads.

  2. Kareni

    Over the past week ~

    — continued reading books by Nathan Lowell. I reread the final book in the initial series, Owner’s Share. Skipped over the next trilogy and continued with a reread of School Days before reading the new to me Working Class and Hard Knocks. I enjoyed all of these science fiction/space opera books.
    — read Expiration Dates by Rebecca Serle which I quite enjoyed due in part to its unusual premise. The main character, from the fifth grade on, receives a message (post card, note under her door, paper stuck on her shoe in the street) that lists the name of the new romantic interest in her life and the amount of time it will last. That time might be two months, three years, or one night. When the story begins, she has just received a note with a name but no time period.
    — read Some Writer!: The Story of E. B. White by Melissa Sweet, a biography intended for older children (and people like me). In addition to enjoyable text, this had wonderful artwork by the author/illustrator.

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