Hello beautiful people! It’s been a week. Not a bad week. Just an “I left the guest sheets in the washer” kind of week. Yup, I did that.
What I read this week:
Visions In Death by J.D. Robb
The 19th book in the In Death series. As to be expected, I enjoyed myself reading this. It has been pointed out that I have been remiss in mentioning that this excellent series takes place in the near future. Like the 2050s and 2060s. In all seriousness, thanks for pointing that out Janette! By the way, you should check out her blog. It’s great! By the way, check trigger warnings for this book, for all the books in this series really.
The Impossible Us by Sarah Lotz
I had complicated feelings about this book. It’s about two people who meet online after one of them sends a rather scathing email to the wrong email address.
All The Feels by Olivia Dade
I loved this sequel to Spoiler Alert. This one is about Alex, an actor who gets into trouble and finds himself assigned a minder in the form of Lauren (name twins!). I listened to the first half of this as an audiobook and for the other half, I read the paperback. I recommend both forms of reading this book, I just got impatient and wanted to know how it was going to end.
Survivor In Death by J.D. Robb
This is, so far, my favorite book in the In Death series. When Nixie is the sole survivor of her family’s brutal slaughter, and only witness, Eve takes the 9 year-old into her protection. It was a blast watching Eve and Roarke be so completely out of their element.
Tuesday was a Top Ten Tuesday. This week’s topic was all about Bookish Items I’d Love to Own. I had fun sharing with you the things on my bookish wish lists.
WWW Wednesday was a hit with, my various books I had chosen to read. I managed to finish three of them. And, you’ll be happy to know I sent the damaged book back for replacement so I can finish reading it now!
Thursday saw the publication of my review for The Impossible Us. You can see my full feelings here.
First Lines Friday was a book that got picked for book club next month. Let’s see if I actually read this one!
In Other News:
One of my fave book series has been optioned by Amazon Prime for a TV series! That’s right, the Mercy Thompson book series may be turned into a Prime show! Squee!! I’m so excited. I hope it actually gets made. There is a lot of lore in the Mercy-verse that they can use, and it would be awesome to see an indigenous person as the lead of their own show.
How was your week?