What are you reading this June?

I’m now back home again, after my weekend in Denver visiting family. Sorry, guys, no blog post today, but at least I did share some photos of the trip. Right now, I’m unpacking and doing laundry, and getting ready for my work week. 

But I WILL ask you this: what is everybody reading right now? My answer: I picked up Charming, by Elliot James, and the book kept me company on my weekend trip. It’s a solid, entertaining story, and James has a witty voice.

I also picked up Linda Howard’s The Woman Left Behind, Vic James’s Gilded Cage, and Lisa Kleypas’s Hello Stranger, but I haven’t had a chance to dip into those stories yet.

Now… *chin in hands* tell me what YOU’RE reading right now.

5 Responses

  1. Shira says:

    My definite priority this month is Ocean Light by Nalini Singh.
    For the rest of June, I plan to read the Imp Series by Debra Dunbar. I just finished the first book, and it was a fun read. I’m hoping that the entire series goes on with the same kind of fun and adventures.

  2. Esther says:

    I stumbled upon The Mathematician’s Shiva and am absolutely loving it! Waiting for the next Ilona Andrews book.
    I’ve also read the Charming series and enjoyed it.

  3. Kareni says:

    I just finished Lucy Parker’s contemporary romance Making Up (London Celebrities) which I quite enjoyed.

    Prior to that I read an enjoyable collection of essays ~ Pops: Fatherhood in Pieces by Michael Chabon plus the very enjoyable Australian set historical romance By The Currawong’s Call by Welton B. Marsland . The latter is a male/male romance which happens to be on sale for 99 cents for Kindle readers.

  4. JenM says:

    I just got Hot and Badgered by Shelly Laurenston, so that’s going to be my weekend read. I also just read A Girl Like Her by Talia Hibbert with a heroine on the autism spectrum and a lovely caretaker type hero, so I think I’m going to check out this author’s backlist.

  5. Teri Neff says:

    Welcome back! hope your visit was memorable. I listened to Nora Roberts “The Cousins O’Dwyer Trilogy”- was a wonderful set of course, there’s just something special about the Irish, that makes my heart feel like it’s “home”. Dani Harper’s “Grim Series”, was next on the list, and I found myself wishing for another book in that set! Was a truly magnificent series! I just now finished up a book by Jim Butcher “Dresden Files” Book 1. Very different from my “norm”, but it was enjoyable. Wacky Wizard with good morals, and a heart of gold. I stopped in to see if there were any updates/releases on your latest and greatest, and am excited to get to “Braveheart”. Wishing you a fantastic and prosperous week!