Hello, lovely ladies and gent (<—– for my hubby, the lone male voice on our blog as far as I know) 😉
How are you this fine weekend? I had a much better reading week these last few days, so here’s hoping for another epic reading streak.
As you can see, I’ve been playing with a new look for the blog. I’m not quite done yet, but this will sorta’ be it. I hope you like it!
Also, recently I reread the This Man trilogy by Jodi Ellen Malpas. I absolutely ADORE these books, and even after dipping into them a third time, I’m happy to report that they haven’t lost their luster at all. Sadly, I could not find the same joy with her One Night series, but she is launching a new one shortly: The Protector. I’m more than willing to give it a go, and what’s more, she’s made an official book trailer! I love, love, love this new trend, the notion of putting pictures to the words we love so much. I’ll share the book trailer with you guys in a moment, but first, let’s just take a minute to remind ourselves how good the Lord of the Manor was… And Jessie Pavelka as Jesse Ward? SWOON!
These two are fan made trailers, but still nice to look at! 😉
The Protector – official book trailer by Jodi Ellen Malpas:
I think it’s a fantastic idea to have a visual teaser for a book. Thank you, Susan 😘
Before I start dissecting my reads from this last week, check this out….
Huh. I wonder what it tastes like? LOL! 😂😂
This week I read:
Worth the Fight by Vi Keeland, book one in the MMA Fighter series, was a great start to these Alpha fighters’s stories. I’ve been working my way through this wonderful author’s books and I have yet to find one I didn’t like. She writes reliably readable, entertaining books filled with strong men, sassy women, and the heat they inevitably generate. #CantGoWrong
To Have and to Hold by Lauren Layne, book one in The Wedding Belles series, was a lovely surprise. I’ve not read this author before, but I will be looking out for the rest of these sweetly romantic books.
Currently I’m reading:
Ransom by Callie Hart, book three in the Dead Man’s Ink series. I’ve been sitting on this one for a while. The first two were good, just what you’d expect from this slightly somber writer, but again, I had to work myself up to finishing the series. I don’t know why I’m being such a softie, but as the world’s heart turns blacker, I find myself reaching for light and love, rather than the twisty tales that make up the darker side of our genre, no matter how good they might be.
I had a little giggle at this pic Sharon sent me:
I can certainly see the confusion… LOL! 😂
Have a stunning weekend, girls. Don’t be shy to share your wonderful reads with us.