Friday, July 19, 2019

Friday Book Club

Friday Book Club time! What reads are you loving this week?


Patricia Schlorke said...

I'm re-reading Archangel's Consort. Also read Sweep of the Blade by Ilona Andrews. It's the newest Innkeepers book. I loved it. :)

library addict said...

I enjoyed Nora Roberts's latest single title, Under Currents.

Currently reading Carla Neggers' Captivated an old Harlequin category. So much mid-eighties fashion(!) but I'm enjoying it.

Eva said...

Find You In The Dark y Nathan Ripley. Loved this triller, because it was a bit like chess between killers.

Anonymous said...

I finished Ocean Light and am reading Wolf Rain. Also listening to Shadow Warrior by Feehan on audio book in the car. I like audio books occasionally so I know how to pronounce some of the names. (grin) I've requested the audio book for Ocean Light from interlibrary loan, since my library doesn't have it, maybe they will take the hint and buy it. Not as much time for reading lately.

Anonymous said...

I read a lot this week.
The Devil's Own Chloe by Alix Nichols: (new author for me) Contemporary and emotional romance that lifted my heart.
Alien Prisoner by Honey Phillips: Another strong entry in this new series. The supporting characters were very well done.
Cyberevolution II Total Recall by Kaitlyn O'Connor: (new author for me) This one made me laugh out loud several times as the cyber crew argued and fought over the captain. They are nearly indestructible, but she was completely in the dark about the reasons for the fighting.
Void by Coralee June and Raven Kennedy: (new author for me) I don't generally like bully romance and I'm not a big fan of new adult, but I liked this one. It was well done and easy to fall into and leave my world behind for a bit.
Team 52 (entire series) by Anna Hackett: (new author for me) I'm not sure I can recommend binging on the entire series because that's a good way to start feeling snagged by the natural repetitions all authors have in their work. But these were good action packed romances. They read like I was watching a movie - quite vivid.

Anonymous said...

Didn't read much this week. Read Sweep of the Blade by Ilona Andrews and Bonds by RJ Blain. Liked them both a great deal and will re-read them.