Hello, lovely ladies 😉
How are you this fine weekend? Here in Aussie we’re enjoying a long weekend. Yay! I vote for permanent 3 day breaks. Whaddaya say, girls?
And as it’s almost Remembrance Day (or ANZAC Day here in Aus), let’s take a moment to think of the brave souls that defend and protect the liberties we so enjoy.
As far as I know, not much is going on in our FSOG universe at the moment. If you come across something juicy, please feel free to share.
Let’s look at my reading week….
So, I finally bit the bullet and finished Hush by E. K. Blair, book three in the Black Lotus series. I can honestly say that I’m happy to be done with this one. The writing is good, and the storyline is certainly meaty, but I cannot say that I actually enjoyed reading it. The dreadful premise is so heart wrenching and, at times, very graphic. By book two it got so much that I wondered why the author bothered to keep the main character going. I would have written her straight out of her misery. Luckily, book three wasn’t quite as harsh, but the twist at the end was… interesting. Not that it was a great, big shock, I’d often wondered if this particular tale would deliver a HEA. If you’re into dark reads, you might want to take a peek at this one.
Dirty by Kylie Scott, book one in her new series, Dive Bar, was the complete opposite to Hush. I LOVED it. Again, this came as no surprise considering how much I adored the Stage Dive series. And colour me happy: my fav from book two, ADD drummer, Mal Ericson, put in an appearance along with new-story hottie, Vaughan who’s now made it onto my book boyfriend list. It was a great read. I can’t wait to see what the rest of the series brings. As a side note: these books can be read as stand alones.
Currently I’m reading:
Rock Chick Regret by Kristen Ashley, book seven in the Rock Chick series. This is my first forray into the Rock Chick saga, though I’ve read other books by Kristen. I have to say, so far, it feels quite different from her previous stories. I’m curious to see how it pans out.
Here’s a little something I saw on Facebook that I think most women will relate to:
Ain’t that the truth? LOL!
(Caption credit to Facebook user)
I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend, lovelies. Remember to check in and share your best reads with us!