Well, I finally got the book I was publishing finished, so that means I finally got to read more. Yay!
The ebooks currently waiting to be read are: Tom's Inheritance (fantasy), Magic Born (urban fantasy), Resurgence (urban fantasy), Sabercat (SF), Before the Wedding (cozy mystery), and Shade Chaser: City of Crows #2 (UF).
Here's how the week shook out for me:
59) Suddenly Sorceress by Erica Lucke Dean (8/24/18) - Paranormal Romance* - 5 stars. New to me, but not underappreciated.
paranormal romance with plenty of magic and a whole 'comedy of errors'
thing going on. A bit too spicy for my tastes, but I flipped past the
sexy bits and the story held up well without them. The twist at the end
58) A Scone to Die For by HY Hanna (2/23/18) - Cozy Mystery* - 4 stars. New to me but not underappreciated.
A nice, light read and just what I needed to cleanse my reading palate.
If you're a fan of British mysteries, you'll probably like this. I
can't really say too much about what I really liked without giving away
spoilers. Suffice it to say, the mystery wasn't a total shocker, but it
was a bit of a surprise how it all turned out."
57) Under the Assassin's Moon by Silver James (2/22/18) - Paranormal Romantic Suspense* - 5 stars. New release, but these books definitely aren't new to me. Too bad they are WAY underappreciated.
This book was awesome! I love the Wolves. Always. But this is Ms.
James' best yet. So good. And the little twist with Zeta's heritage?
56) Soul Breaker (City of Crows #1) by Clara Coulson (8/20/18) - Urban Fantasy* - 5 stars. New to me but not underappreciated.
that was freakin' awesome! So much awesome dipped in awesomesauce and
covered with sparkly awesomesprinkles. The only reason it took me so
long to read is I started it and then got really busy with my own work.
When I had time, I sat down and inhaled the rest of the book, ignoring
pretty much everything else around me for a couple hours until I
finished. I definitely need to get the next book. Like now. And then
once I get over the book hangover this gave me, read that, too."
(If you didn't catch it at the beginning of this post, I did buy the second book, but I have scads to read right now, so I haven't started it yet.)
I'm currently reading a paperback - Band of Brothers by Stephen Ambrose. (Yes, the WWII book about Easy Company that the mini-series was created from.) Sometimes a gal needs to read real paper. And sometimes she needs to go NF. But after that, I will keep making my way through the new ebooks. And I'd get through them all if I stopped downloading things that look interesting. ;o)