It’s Monday! What are You Reading?

It’s time once again for Kathryn’s weekly meme, It’s Monday! What are You Reading? at Book Date, where we share what we’re reading and have read over the past week.

Hope everyone had a good week – spring rain is sure pushing the tulips and daffodils up. So lovely.

What I Read Last Week

I read 7 books (all of which I rated 5 at Goodreads) – 3 historical romances, a woman’s fiction, a fantasy, a magical-realism, and a picture book

 3 historical romances by Lorraine Heath, from her Hellions of Havisham series – so enjoyed them all.

The Earl Takes All  

The Viscount and the Vixen

 When the Marquess Falls (novella about the grand love of the father – a prequel to the series)


The Midnight Library by Matt Haig. Loved it. Read most of the day yesterday to finish it. A special book – one I had to buy as I couldn’t wait for the huge number of holds at the library. So glad I did.

Archangel’s Sun by Nalini Singh. I have been waiting for this one from the library and had to read it as soon as I got it. Loved this fantasy series and the pairing of Titus and the Hummingbird.

The Friendship List by Susan Mallery. Love stories where there is a life list and so enjoy Mallery’s novels.

Can I Be Your Dog? by Troy Cummings. Absolutely loved this humorous picture book about a dog writing letters to request a new owner. Kids (and adults) will enjoy it.

What I’m Reading Now (Yes, I am still working on these!)

  What You Wish For by Katherine Center

 If I Knew Then by Jann Arden

What’s Up Next

Off Script by Marci Ien

11 thoughts on “It’s Monday! What are You Reading?

  1. Good to hear you liked The Midnight Library – I did too, I saw a few readers who didn’t but I thought it explored the issue of life really well. Yay for Nalini. I am hanging out for her new psy/changeling one mid year.

  2. Thus far I’m only reading Mallery’s Fool’s Gold series. It is nice to know that she has many other books for me to read after I finish that series. Come see my week here. Happy reading!

    • I’ve heard that the narrator can make or break a story. I’m not crazy about listening to audio – too slow for me. I much prefer print. And there are so many different reactions to Haig’s book.

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