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Review: Embers by Suzanne Wright

Review: Embers by Suzanne Wright

Embers (Dark in You #4) by Suzanne Wright is the final installment of the Knox/Harper storyline in this series. I enjoyed the action in this one, as well as the mystery of Asher. I especially liked that the Horsemen storyline was wrapped up and I thought the way that was dealt with was pretty satisfying. […]

What Are You Reading? (663)

Posted November 3, 2023 by Holly in Features | Tagged: , , | 5 Comments
What Are You Reading? (663)

Holly I’m a mood reader who isn’t sure what she’s in the mood for. It’s frustrating because I want to read, I just don’t know what I want to read. I read Fortune’s Pawn by Rachel Bach, a new to me author. I enjoyed it enough to continue the series. I thought Honor’s Knight, the […]

Review: Ashes by Suzanne Wright

Posted October 30, 2023 by Holly in Reviews | Tagged: | 1 Comment
Review: Ashes by Suzanne Wright

Ashes (Dark in You #3) by Suzanne Wright follows Harper and Knox as they navigate their relationship and try to determine who the Four Horseman are. As with the previous books in the series, I purchased the ebook and requested the audiobook from the library so I could switch between reading and listening. I am […]

Review: Blaze by Suzanne Wright

Review: Blaze by Suzanne Wright

Blaze is the second book in the Dark in You series by Suzanne Wright. I purchased the book and downloaded the audiobook from the library so I could switch between reading and listening. I ended up listening to more of this book that I read. I enjoyed the narrator more than in the first book. […]

What Are You Reading? (662)

Posted October 20, 2023 by Holly in Features | Tagged: , , | 3 Comments
What Are You Reading? (662)

Casee October hasn’t been a kind reading month to me. I’ve DNFed two books already. Hemy (Walk of Shame #2) by Victoria Ashley and Wolf Marked (Magic Side: Wolf Bound #1) by Veronica Douglas. I finally read Rogue Darkness (Immortal Guardians #12) by Dianne Duvall and really enjoyed it. I’m currently reading Don’t Forget Me […]