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What I’m Reading Wednesday

EPIC FAIL /o\ It has been OVER A MONTH AGAIN *sigh*. I honestly intended to post last week but RL got the better of me. With baseball coming to a close, school coming to a close, and a move looming ever closer, not to mention deadlines /o\, I’m running around like a chicken with my head cut off /o\

Okay, it’s not REALLY that bad. This is not our first rodeo *coughmovecough* and it WILL be our shortest move, but still stressful. And you’re not here to read abt my complaints so ON WITH THE BOOKS!

Heart of the Sea by Nora Roberts M/F – the final installment in The Gallagher Brothers Trilogy. I enjoyed this a great deal, mostly because the heroine was definitely NOT your typical “swoon and fall at the feet of the hero” type woman. She was strong-willed (almost to the point of me wanting to slap her AND him upside the head) and independent. Believe me, I was almost finished and had NO idea how this was gonna end up HEA, but …SPOILERS 😀

What Wendy Wants by Nikki Sex M/F – Author’s name aside, I LOVED the premise of this book. Husband finds out wife’s secret fantasies when he accidentally takes her Kindle to work instead of his and then proceeds to make them come true. I mean, COME ON, who WOULDN’T want this to happen? IN the end they had some massively hot sex and it strengthened their marriage – because COMMUNICATION!!!

Once In A Blue Moon by Delilah Devlin M/F – This is the first in a series I think? The Beux something Coven series. It’s about a coven of witches that are in hiding because if found demons can enslave them. The leader falls for a local construction worker who turns out to be a troll (the lowest on the supernatural food chain) her coven and his ‘group’ must band together to save the witches from the demon they escaped from years ago. Being a Charmed fan, I LOVED this book and I’m planning on buying the next book in the series. The sex happened fast and was a little rushed, but I still enjoyed the chemistry and the plot.

Kink by Nikki Sex M/F – This was actually mentioned in the previous Nikki Sex book so I thought I would give it a shot. This was almost a DNF for me, but I pushed through. I had some issues with the consent in this book. And also some of the BDSM is definitely not to my taste, but mostly for me it seems the consent, although given freely, seemed IDK…not necessarily forced but it just made me uncomfortable. I bought a third book by her, it will probably be a long while before I attempt to read it, if ever :(((

Cupcakes by Sean Michael M/M – Cute, short novella. Chef owns a cupcake shop and falls for a customer, cupcake shop gets swindled out from under him 😡 (that really made me angry tbh) but I still enjoyed the book. It was a quick fun read and ended satisfactorily 😀

Cut and Run Series
by Madeline Urban and Abigail Roux M/M – I’m not going to go through ALL the books here outside of listing them – or at least the ones I’ve read so far…nope I didn’t finish it yet…I needed a breather before tackling the end of the series /o\ as Button calls it, a palate cleanser before the final course 😀

Cut and Run, Sticks and Stones, Fish & Chips, Divide and Conquer, Armed and Dangerous, Stars & Stripes (and I also read a few of the oneshots Abigail has on her Tumblr). I had forgotten JUST HOW GOOD THIS SERIES WAS. I was immediately sucked back in. I LOVED that Ty and Zane started out hating each other, I always find that is such an interesting dynamic, how such a volatile relationship can be volatile in the completely opposite direction. They are both such interesting characters, Ty with his Force Recon background along with PTSD and secrets galore and Zane with his dead wife, guilt, and addictions. Neither of these men are perfect and they don’t pretend to be and yet somehow they are perfect together. I love that theirs is a SLOW BURN and that the relationship is realistic and they aren’t spouting “I love yous’ immediately. It makes it so much more believable. I’m almost ready to go back and finish the series off :((((

I needed some light-hearted stuff after that run…

A Piece of Cake by TM Franklin M/F – really cute novella about a matchmaker who refuses to use her talents to match people and instead uses a computer. But her talents cannot be denied when they recognize her own match. I loved the touch of supernatural and just the hint of Gypsy touch to this pairing. I plan on reading more of TM’s work in the future.

Laying Down the Law by Delilah Devlin M/F – Woman flees her cop boyfriend when it’s clear he’s framing her for the bank robberies he’s been committing and runs right to her ex, the man she hasn’t seen in 16 years and is now the Sheriff of her hometown. There’s a hint of D/s to their sexual relationship and the first time it happens it’s a little shocking but overall, it made their sex SPICY and definitely added another layer to why she ends up trusting him with saving her life. I enjoyed it and will probably read more in this series in the future.

Sea Change by Darlene Marshall M/F – I don’t normally read historical fiction, but apparently I’ve found my niche? This is the second Woman disguises herself as a male physician on a ship book that I’ve read. I REALLY enjoyed this one. Although several people found out throughout the book, her identity is kept a secret from the male lead for almost 2/3 to 3/4 of the book. Which enabled some interesting sexual tension and some rather funny situations. I love the social implications of her trying to do a man’s job as a woman, and how it’s important to her that the crew accept her even after her identity is revealed. This is one I’ll probably read again. And if you have any more like this? Send them my way.

Next up – Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead – M/F? – Yes, I know this became a movie and apparently the movie sucked, but given how much I enjoyed the Morganville Vampires by Rachel Caine (and she and Richelle seem to be Twitter buddies) I thought I would give this one a try. It was made into a movie for a reason. I’ve read the first three books so far – Vampire Academy, Frostbite, Shadow Kiss, and I’m reading the fourth right now, Blood Promise.

The premise is that vampires are real and there are different kinds. The Moiroi who are actually alive and the Strigoi who are dead. The Moiroi blend in with humans and fear becoming a Strigoi – who are dead and without souls. The Moiroi are protected by Dhampirs (Half Moiroi Half Human) called Guardians. Vampire Academy is the story of Rose Hathaway, a guardian in training who has bonded with her best friend Lissa, a Moiroi. Rose is impulsive, reckless, and a complete and total BADASS. She ends up falling in love with her mentor, Dimitri, another guardian who is seven years older than her. Because of their society, their love is forbidden, because Dhampirs are destined to guard Moiroi and cannot have children together anyway. So, take living and dead vampires, half vampires that are either Blood Whores or Guardians, mix in politics (because ofc the vampires have royalty and a Queen that has a secret agenda) and Hogwarts style high school, throw in a little elemental control ability, the ability to heal and walk in dreams and super strength and speed, and mix it all up with a little star-crossed love…and yeah, there’s so much to these books, way more than meets the eye. It’s been an enjoyable read so far and I’m anxious and dreading finishing the series. (Although there is a spinoff series called Bloodlines that I will probably start at some point). Also, it’s making me want to REREAD The Morganville Vampires – but that series is like 16 books long so….

But when I finish, I’m going back to Cut and Run and read the final adventures of Ty and Zane.

And THAT is What I’m Reading 😀

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Katherine

What I’m Reading Wednesday

First, sorry it’s been a month AGAIN /o\ I blame Spring Break and travel 😀

Second, I have GOOD NEWS – actually TWO pieces of good news. First – I’m listening to audiobook auditions for Fixing the Hole! I can’t believe it! I’m so thrilled I cannot even express it. Second, I signed a contract with Torquere for Life Happens, my contribution to the Family Time Anthology. There will be more about this particular story in upcoming posts. Now, onto what I’ve read in the past month!

Jewels of the Sun by Nora Roberts (M/F) I did finally finish it. It did move slower then the other two trilogies, BUT, it picked up by the end and I actually really enjoyed the book. Lots of Irish folklore and mythology to keep me entertained.

Next up – The Long Shot Series by Christine D’Abo Double Shot is the first of the series and focuses on Sadie (the middle sibling if I remember correctly) and how she finally hooks up with her best friend Paul and ends up having a steamy threesome with his boss Josh (who owns Mavericks, a BDSM club). The second book is A Shot In The Dark and focuses on Paige, the oldest sibling, and how she falls for Carter, a firefighter who also happens to be a Dom. Sex was hot & it was nice to see Paige get her HEA. Pulled Long is the third book and focuses on Ian, Paige and Sadie’s younger brother. Ian has fantasized about a customer named “Blue Eyes” except when he gets his chance, he finds out Blue Eyes is in the process of getting divorced. Ian has no desire to be Blue Eye’s rebound, first gay relationship and shuts him out. But when circumstances force Ian to return Jeff’s briefcase, Ian may get his HEA as well. The first one was M/F +M, the second strictly M/F, and the third M/M. All were great reads and I just found out today there are two more books in the series, so expect to see them show up soon.

Tears of the Moon by Nora Roberts (M/F) – second book in the Gallahger Trilogy. I enjoyed this one much more than the first, so I’m glad I didn’t give up on the first, because this one was a gem. The heroine was Brenna O’Toole and she was a joy to read about. More mythology and Irish folklore, and stubborn MCs abound.

Remarkable Restraint by Devon Rhodes (M/M) – Friends to lovers and OH was it good. Just the right amount of angst and pining to make it enjoyable but not overly emotional. Chaz is attracted to his straight roommate, and after an explosive encounter, Justin (his roommate) takes off for an already planned trip to Central America. The lack of communication was VERY believable and ramped up the tension. Will be rereading this one in the future.

Roped by Eliza Gayle – (M/F/M) Short quick read about a woman into Shibari who finally gets a turn with the two men who do the Shibari at her local club. I enjoyed this a great deal, the scene was hot, and the way they made her feel (she’s plus-sized) like a Queen? Was A++ in my book. However, I should not have read the “Coming Soon” because it showed a scene from a later book where she has become the slave to their Master and alluded to them sharing her with strangers. Which is fine, just not something I’m interested in, at all. So that was kind of a let down. I would recommend the book, but yeah, don’t read past the ending if you’re like me.

Discipline Down Under by Patricia Green (M/F) I ALMOST didn’t continue reading this one. The start was slow, the heroine was a brat, and IDK, she just annoyed me so much. The story did improve but I probably will not be rereading this.

Coming Home by April Zyon (M/F) This was a okay read. The male MC has just been discharged from the Marines (there were several military terminology mistakes along with several medical mistakes) and the female MC is a doctor. (So the mistakes bothered me a great deal and severely detracted from the story – for me) Once I got past the mistakes, the story was decent and enjoyable. But yes, the mistakes were early and pulled me out of the story so…

Complicated by Megan Slayer (M/M) This was a decent read. The typical superstar spots movie extra and they fall for each other. I’m glad I read it.

Hard to Be Good: A Hard Ink Story by Laura Kaye (M/M) – I honestly don’t know when/why I pre-ordered this one. It was obviously NOT the first one in the series and that made it difficult for me to follow the storyline. That aside, the characters were likable, I rooted for them, and the side characters were entertaining.

A Civilized Mating by Maria Harte (M/F with some M/M and M/F/M) This was a complete AU and I would recommend it strictly for the world-building because it was really well done. The let down came when the female MC finally hooked up with the two Male MCs – before she was tough, strong, independent, then she seemed to get lost and making her the sole female warrior of the tribe, kind of only paid lipservice to who she was before the ‘mating’ so that was a bit of a disappointment. Still a good read though.

Hidden Prey by Cheyenne McCray – (M/F) Woman witnesses a drug cartel murder and ends up running into a Fed who protects her until she is kidnapped to Mexico and then of course he has to rescue her. The storyline was entertaining, I didn’t give too much thought to the details or what might be wrong because honestly, I just wanted to enjoy the story, and I did. The ending was slightly unbelievable, but it was still a really entertaining read.

And now…I’m reading, the final book in the Gallagher Trilogy by Nora Roberts and no, I can’t remember the name right this second LOL.

But that’s all for now, I may not be around next week because the parents will be in town, but the next week I will 😀

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Katherine

What I’m Reading Wednesday

Wow, it’s been a MONTH since I did this O___O. Oops. So sorry, this will be a longish one. BTW, just fyi, I still read fanfic, but I don’t list it here and don’t intend to, but just so you know, some of my reading time is spent on fanfic.

So let’s get started.

Wood, Screws, and Nails by Piper Vaughn and Kade Boehme. (M/M) I enjoyed this SO MUCH. The romance, the jealousy, the sexual tension, the ANGST, oh the angst was delicious. This one will definitely be on my reread list and I’ll definitely at least look at what else the authors have written.

Wolf Fight & Wolf Games by Marian Tee. The first one was free and ended on a cliffie, I bought the second one because of that, but I REALLY don’t like the whole bait and switch so I will not be buying anymore. The story wasn’t that good.

The Coach’s Discipline by Katherine Deane – (M/F) I, um, *blushes* bought this kind of because the model on the front cover looks like Gideon Emory. It’s about a 30’s something woman who is a recovering from an eating disorder and is getting back into training for a marathon. It does have domestic discipline but really what I liked about this story was her empowerment and how it wasn’t just her, but the whole team she trained with.

The Perfect Gift
by Dani-Lyn Alexander – (M/F) I will be reading this every Christmas from now on. Really cute little story about two single parents after the same Christmas gift for their little girls. Definitely makes me want to check out more of her writing.

Choosing You by Jenny Trout – (M/F) This was a decent read. I enjoyed it, although the heroine made some dumb choices in my opinion but it wouldn’t have been a story without those mistakes so…I thought the end was a bit rushed, but it was still a good read.

Borderline by T.A. Chase – (M/M) SO GOOD. Texas Ranger, F.B.I. agent on the track of a serial killer, both with secrets in their backgrounds that could get them killed or off the case. This one made me wonder just why I have not read more of T.A. Chase’s stuff, you can believe I’m going to be looking for more.

Passing Through by Jay Northcote – (M/M) A lovely story about love and loss and inheritance and acceptance.

Dark Witch by Nora Roberts – (M/F) The first in the Dark Witch trilogy, reminded me of Charmed and OH how I loved it!!! Oh and also The Secret Circle! Already bought the second book and will be starting it soon.

The Moon by Sean Michael – (M/M) Quick short read, typical Sean Michael stuff about shifters.

The Cougar’s Timid Little Lynx
by Jenika Snow – (M/F), yes I know, should have learned my lesson before, but honestly? I should have read this one first. It was actually fairly decent, although I thought a bit rushed. At least this one had a well-thought out plot.

Caution To The Wind by Mary Jean Adams – (M/F) SO GOOD. A woman disguises herself as an older brother to her younger brother when he accepts work on an American Privateer’s ship during the Revolutionary War time period. She finds herself falling for the Captain (who also finds himself strangely attracted to the young boy who is his new steward). My only disappointment was I thought the ruse was up too short and when it was it felt like she backslid into normally ‘accepted’ roles. Other than that? SO GOOD.

How To Howl At the Moon
by Eli Easton – (M/M) SO GOOD. This is the second book I’ve read by Eli and oh man, she is quickly moving up my list of auto buy authors. This was funny and angsty and romantic. Young man stumbles onto a town with a secret, Sheriff in trying to protect town falls for said young man and of course makes ALL the mistakes. So much fun! I heard there might be a sequel, I really hope so.

Cupcakes by Sean Michael – (M/M) I enjoyed this one a great deal. Cute story, some great angst (that really made ma angry LOL) and of course hot sex.

Red Dirt Heart 1 by N.R. Walker – (M/M) First of the Red Dirt Heart Trilogy. WHY have I never read N.R. Walker before? This story took me right to Down Under, had me right there on their station working with all the characters. Charlie runs it, Travis is interning and with his father’s hatred in his ears, Charlie ends up falling for Travis and attempting to sabotage their relationship because of the memory of his father’s bigotry. Such a great read. I have already bought the second and will start reading soon.

Blue Dahlia by Nora Roberts – (M/F) First of the In The Garden trilogy and man oh man did I love this one. So much! Ghosts, flowers, single moms, surly gardeners, a huge mansion, and ELVIS. Srsly, what is not to love? Again, bought the second book and will be reading soon.

And finally, Jewels in the Sun by Nora Roberts – (M/F) First of The Gallagher Brothers trilogy. This one is still in progress, it’s not moving quite as fast as the other two, but I’m still enjoying it. More when I finish.

*PHEW* And I’m done. Hopefully it won’t be a month before I do the next one. *fingers crossed*

Happy Reading!

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Katherine

What I’m Reading Wednesday

Wow, the 28th of January was the last time I did this /o\ So many books since then *hides*

Ok let’s start.

First, When Love Flue In by Lillian Francis – SO MUCH LOVE FOR THIS ONE. Granted, I might be a teensy bit biased because I’m friends with Lillian, BUT, this was just a sweet romance, perfect little read for the holidays and having read the original version AND the new updated version (and also having been one of her beta readers) I would be hard pressed to point out which scenes were added, very seamlessly done. You should check it out if you’re in the mood for a lovely little romance.

Then I read a short by Sam Schooler, Write Your Own Ransom Note, and I got sucked in immediately and wanted more. My big complaint, it was too short and I felt the ending was a bit rushed, but OOH I’m adding Sam to my list of authors to watch out for! SO GOOD!

Natural Instincts by My Raiya – this was not at all what I expected and there were some elements that made me a bit uncomfortable. The writing was solid, the story was solid, I think this one just wasn’t my thing.

Then I started The Secret Circle Series by L.J. Smith because I LOVED the tv show so much and remembered loving the books when I was younger. I powered through the first three, The Initiation, Captive Part 1, and Captive Part 2. I will say, on reading them again as an adult, I really felt the first one dragged a bit, and I was really angry with Faye taking advantage of Cassie (and Cassie letting her) in books 2 and 3 and I don’t remember being that angry about it when I was younger. I remember feeling sorry for her…so I guess that’s the thing that comes with age, your perspective changes LOL.

Then back to the THIRDS series. Rack and Ruin (book 3) and Rise And Fall (book 4) I read them back to back because I had been warned that book 3 ends in a terrible cliffhanger and it DID. Both books continued to deliver what the first two promised and finally answered some questions about the past and of course brought up new ones. I’m looking forward to the next books in the series, whenever they come out.

Guilty pleasure time /o\ ARE had a sale on their ALPHA series so I um *cough* bought a few. The Bearly Controlled Alpha and Lifting Tail For The Alpha by Jenika Snow. They were on sale. Enough said. The Brat, The Bodyguard, and the Bountyhunter by Loki Renard (come on man LOKI!!!) this was slightly better in that it at least had a plot and in the end the woman finally stood up for something she wanted and believed in, so there was that. But like I said, guilty pleasure /o\

Back to The Secret Circle Series with The Power, The Divide, The Hunt, and The Temptation. The final three were actually written by Aubrey Clark (there’s a WHOLE story behind that, too long to go into here, Google it along with The Vampire Diaries books). Having read all of them back to back, it is easy to see the change in writing style. However, if I had not done that? I’m not sure I would have noticed it that much. The big difference was pacing. The fourth book had a faster pace then the previous three and the final three had a faster pace then the fourth. I blew through the final three because I couldn’t put them down. I’m not 100% on board with Cassie’s choice of “soulmate” but that’s why it’s her choice and not mine LOL. Still, very entertaining books, glad I have them all on Kindle and I look forward to reading them again in the future. (Although I may skim the first three LOL) I think at some point I will attempt The Vampire Diaries, but not right now.

Right now I’m reading (almost finished with) Wood, Screws, and Nails by Piper Vaughn and Kade Boheme. May-December romance (which I didn’t know going in – I got this during November when DSP was doing their tweetaways) and I am LOVING IT. The angst isn’t TOO MUCH, it’s just enough, the sex has been super hot and delicious, and I’m anxious to see how it ends.

And *phew* I’m all caught up now!

See you on Friday for Fun Friday!

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Katherine

What I’m Reading Wednesday

HEY! I’m here! I missed a post on Monday but I had a sick husband at home and it was my kid’s birthday, so I’m definitely giving myself a pass this week. But I hope to start posting Manic Mondays on Monday ;p

On to today’s topic! Obviously, not as many books as last week as only seven days have gone by. I did not read as much as I thought I would have. I think mostly because the weekend was busy with birthday stuff and frankly, Champion, although massively entertaining was not necessarily an easy read.

So the list:

Champion by Marie Lu, the final part in the Legend Trilogy. I did finish it and although it was not an “easy” read, it was still really enjoyable and without spoiling I will say the ending was satisfying. No Deus Ex Machina, no super fast fix it, there was some angst, but overall it was a satisfying ending.

Then I started the THIRDS series by Charlie Cochet. Read the first two – Hell & High Water and Blood & Thunder. I stopped after the second one because I know book three has a MASSIVE cliffie and book four hasn’t been released yet. And given my propensity to HATE CLIFFHANGERS or anything that puts one of the MCs in danger or their relationship in permanent danger (both of which are big NOPEs for me), I will probably wait until my friend *coughButtoncough* has read book 4 and pre-screened it for me 😀 A quick note about the series – it’s very fast-paced, the sex is HOT and the world-building is A+++++. THIRDS is a multi-person taskforce/team made up of humans and Therians (genetically mutated/evolved humans that can shift into animals) and boiled down to the lowest common denominator – think of them as SWAT or a SEAL team on US soil.

Finally, I’m in the middle of When Love Flue In by Lillian Francis. Because frankly, I needed something a bit slower and with more romance LOL. More on this next week when I finish but for now? It’s definitely A+++++

And that’s what I’m reading so far!

Have a great Wednesday.

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Katherine

What I’m Reading Wednesday

Well, here we are, I think this is my first official post of the New Year /o\ I have failed LOL. It’s the twenty-first of January /o\ Oh well, I will endeavor to do better. Along those lines, I am keeping a log of every book (NOT FANFIC – only BOOKS) I read during 2015. I will discuss them here (albeit briefly) every Wednesday – so you all can have some idea what I’m reading, what I like, what I didn’t like. These will NOT be reviews as I don’t consider myself a review type of person, just merely what I enjoyed and what I thought was just okay.

So, without further ado….*drum roll please*….

I have read fourteen books so far O__O – WHO KNEW? Well, okay, I kind of did because when I get onto a book I like, I DEVOUR it.

First up: The Brit Boys:On Boys Collection. This collection included eight books, some of which I liked, some of which were SMOKIN’ hot, and at least one of which just wasn’t my cup of tea. No bother, I read it, I can definitely see other people liking it, it just wasn’t for me. As I bought this off Amazon for 99 cents, I would highly recommend it because there is definitely something for everyone in this collection. A lot of great authors too, including Clare London, Lucy Felthouse, and Josephine Myles.

Second up: The Light Switch Duo by Lauren Gallagher (some of you may know her as L.A. Witt) – this was a het BDSM/Polyamory duo and if you’re looking for something to recommend for ppl who *cough* are reading that ~other book, I cannot recommend this one highly enough. Mind you the second half of the duo dealt with some pretty heavy themes, specifically the aftermath of a NON CONSENSUAL BDSM relationship and there were parts that were pretty tough to read, BUT Lauren handled it respectfully and very realistically. I will most assuredly be reading more of her work.

Third up: The Crewel World Trilogy by Gennifer Albin – I read all three of these in a relatively short amount of time. The first one was a bit difficult to get into because at times the world building seemed a bit too heavy handed and confusing. The idea behind it was a bit hard to wrap my brain around, but eventually I was able to just go with it and enjoy it. There was a surprise guest appearance by an historical figure during the latter part of book two that I had mixed feelings about. Part of me thought it was a bit over the top and ridiculous and the other part thought it made perfect sense in the world that had been built up. In the end, I enjoyed it, but there were other dystopian ones I enjoyed more.

Fourth up: Prodigy by Marie Lu – this is the second book in her Legend Trilogy and it was a bit difficult for me to get through. I kept stopping and starting…not because the book wasn’t good or I didn’t care about the characters, mostly because I just wasn’t in the mood? I’d read the first one last year and I definitely wanted to see this one through to the end, but Idk, there were days I was just like “Meh, I don’t feel like reading this today…” but I’ve finished the second and am now onto the third and racing to the finish line.

And that’s it for now. Hopefully next week there won’t be so many seeing as how it will only be seven days and not twenty-one O__O.

Have a good Hump Day and see on you Friday for Fun Friday!

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Katherine

Happy Friday!

*waves* Hi everyone!

It’s been a whirlwind two weeks for sure! Blog tour for Fixing The Hole just ended. It was loads of fun, but wow, I’m exhausted. And I had originally planned for this to be just a short post (it still will be but now I have a topic LOL) to say have a good weekend. But then I saw Lillian Francis’ post about her October Reads.

At first I thought, hmm, she reads a LOT. But then I commented and realized I do too! So, I’m going to start posting about what I’m reading 😀 Not super long posts with reviews, not even sure I’m going to star them tbh because I kind of suck at that LOL. Plus, I really don’t want to step on any toes O___O. But just what I’m reading.

Right now? The Morganville Vampires Series by Rachel Caine. Seriously, I’m up to book 9 because I just can’t stop reading them. There are 16 books and book 16 is the final one in the series. But reading this makes me want to go back and finish her Weather Warden Series that I kind of stalled out on – mostly because of RL stuff. But now…I’m rethinking that.

Before that, I read the final three Sookie Stackhouse books. And all I will say is that I was EXTREMELY satisfied with how the series ended. And I think I might, eventually, reread the entire series someday.

I also read two freebie short m/m stories and they were free, enough said.

So that’s me and what I’m reading. What is everyone else reading? Because I only have 7 more Morganville books left…I need some suggestions 😀

Have a great weekend!

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Katherine