Since my last bookstand post (which you can read here) the only book that I made any progress on was “The Change” by Kirsten Miller, which I loved. It was a refreshing and empowering way of looking at menopause and has me waiting for the powers I am sure are just a little delayed. They can come any day now…
You can find my review here: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/5124736134
“Fairy Tale” by Stephen King, is one of my next reads, but I do have “The Oddessy” by Homer/Translated by Emily Wilson as the next read I am tackling. In addition to that, I do have another book by Dana Nussio that will be sneaking onto my list very soon. Check out the blurb:
A rancher confronts the past
With a fearless agent’s help…
Rancher Micah Perry always suspected his father was murdered. Now FBI agent Deirdre Colton is seeking his help investigating his former stepmother, a potential serial killer. The case is Deirdre’s chance to redeem herself with the Bureau. But Micah wants only to protect his son and find out who is sabotaging his ranch. Working together demands they overcome their differences…and their searing attraction.
From Harlequin Romantic Suspense: Danger. Passion. Drama.
I still haven’t finished “the titles”Babel” by R.F. Kuang or “The Priory of the Orange Tree” by Samantha Shannon, but I did manage to sneak in a review of a debut “Promposal” by Raechell Garrett. If you like Contemporary YA, with smart and sassy characters and a diverse cast, you will want to check this one out. You can find my Goodreads review here, and the cover is below: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/5447421810
In the meantime, I have added a couple of beautiful books to my collection, which I hope to showcase on some bookshelves very soon! They are long overdue in my office, and I really need to get them up so I can display my library properly. The new additions are “Belladonna” by Adalyn Grace and “Medusa” by Jessie Burton. Aren’t they gorgeous? You should see the art in “Medusa” by Olivia Lomenech Gill! Stunning!
What books do you have on your TBR pile right now? I would love to know! Especially if you have just read something that knocked your socks off! I am especially looking for suggestions on anything Witch, Witchcraft, and of course, Mythology! Drop me a line anytime at email@example.com or comment on any of my social media links which you can find here.
In the meantime, happy reading and all my love and wishes that you stay happy and healthy! XO