This weekly meme is hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words.
What are you currently reading?
I picked this up today since I had previously read three stories so all I need to do is read the last one. I started this this afternoon and I only have fifty pages left. These are all fun historical romances although the one I’m reading right now by Joanna Shupe is probably my least favorite of the bunch.
What have you recently finished?
I’m only posting about The Matzah Ball here because I mentioned during my last WWW post. Unfortunately, the author decided to include a joke about the genocide of Palestinians during a flirty banter between her characters and for that reason I decided to not review the book. The way it was placed just felt very inappropriate to me.
I finished The A.B.C. Murders last night and I really loved it. Agatha Christie is the queen of crime for a reason.
Love at the Fall Festival was a super cute and atmospheric small town romance. I would love to read her Christmas Festival one this month!
Every Jason Reynold’s book I’ve read has been a five star read and Ghost was no exception. I didn’t realize that this is the first of a quartet and I will definitely be picking up the rest of them next year.
What do you think you’ll read next?
The holidays have never been her thing. But Christmas in Rose Bend has more than one surprise in store…
Grieving ER nurse Nessa Hunt is on a road trip with her sullen teen half sister, Ivy, and still reeling from her mother’s deathbed confession: Nessa’s dad wasn’t really her dad. Seeking answers, they arrive in Rose Bend to find a small town teeming with the kind of Christmas cheer Nessa usually avoids. But then she meets the innkeeper’s ruggedly sexy son, Wolfgang Dennison.
Wolf’s big, boisterous family is like a picture-perfect holiday card. Nessa has too much weighing on her to feel like she fits—even though the heat between her and Wolf is undeniable. And the merriment bringing an overdue smile to Ivy’s face is almost enough to make Nessa believe in the Christmas spirit. But with all her parental baggage, including lingering questions about her birth father, is there room in Nessa’s life for happy holidays and happily-ever-after?