Out of Darkness by Ashley Hope Pérez
suspect I'll be reading this one in fits and starts because it's a grim
book and not what I normally read. Since I've criticized the whiteness
(and blandness) of the current district reading list, I'm making an
effort to broaden my kidlit horizons as well.
Also Reading: About That Kiss by Jill Shalvis
second book I purchased this year, despite vowing not to. But it's Jill
Shalvis, so I'm giving myself a pass. She's an almost local author, and
her books are always that perfect combination of sexy and funny. They
make me smile, and sometimes, that's exactly what I need.
Covet by JR Ward
long ago abandoned the Black Dagger Brotherhood, and I remember the
disappointment about this book when it came out. BUT... It's still
sitting in Mt. TBR, and I thought I'd give it a shot before donating it.
All About Love by Stephanie Laurens
started listening to my absolute favorite Stephanie Laurens book last
week: A Secret Love. I'm a sucker for a enemies-to-lovers/boy next door
romance, and this is the best historical version there is IMO.
started, I had to finish the Bar Cynster, so here I am listening to
Lucifer's story. No one writes not-quite-purple sensuality like Laurens.