Hello again. Thanks for stopping by.
I picked up one new ebook this week - a mystery. Still have four unreads left - 2 UF, paranormal mystery, and MG fantasy. No new hardcopies.
74) For Fox Sake by Emma Dean (8/8/19) - Paranormal Romance/UF* - 5 stars. New to me, but not underappreciated. Free off the Robin Reads newsletter.
it, even if it was a little spicier than I like my paranormal romance.
But loads of thrills and action, too. I picked it up because it sounded
different - fox shifters, after all - and I wasn't disappointed. Loved
the premise, loved the plot, loved the sister and the grandma. Totally
lurved the foxes and their witch who isn't a witch."
Extra Note: I want to read the second book, but it's breaking rules I set for myself - calling itself a 'reverse harem' book and frontloading keywords in the title. Plus, it's outside my budget right now.
73) Curiosity Killed the Cat by TH Hunter (8/5/19) - Paranormal Mystery*# - 5 stars. New to me and underappreciated as far as reviews go. Free off the Free Kindle Books FB Group.
Review: "Fun paranormal mystery! I loved the characters, the setup, the premise... and, of course, the whodunnit!"
72) Omega Games (Stardoc #8) by SL Viehl (8/3/19) - SF - 5 stars. Not new to me but could be appreciated way more. I've had this book for years and I've read it before. I'm slowly making my way back through this series since I originally read it out of order and skipped several in the middle.
read this once, years ago, but I didn't remember it, so it was like
reading it new all over again. Inhaled it. Awesome 8th book in an
71) Maggie's Run (Outback Brides #1) by Kelly Hunter (8/3/19) - Romance* - 5 stars. New to me, but not underappreciated. Picked up for free from the Book Doggy newsletter.
Review: "Everything a romance novel should be. Plus, Australia! I have a weakness for romances set in Australia."
8/7/19 - Mystery. Free. I should've known better than to start a series at book #5, but I picked it up by accident and figured what the hell. It was too cluttered with reminding readers about stuff that happened before while also being way too cluttered with new stuff. This happened and this happened and this happened and this happened and here's a puppy. It all got very 'short attention span theater' and confusing and I gave up.
Currently reading... Nothing. I did stuff yesterday, then I went fishing, then it was Live PD night. So I didn't pick up another book to read. I'll find something to read later today.
What did your reading week look like?