LAST YEAR I WAS READING…(March 03, 2021)
This meme was created by Reading Marie. It’s a great meme because it’s nice and easy to do.
Here are the rules:
Take your current read and compare it to what you reading this exact time last year. Which one do you like better? What is different about the books? Any special facts/things you want to make note of or bring attention to
This Year I Am Reading…
I just finished this and boy, what a ride!
Another riveting, action-packed L.A. Witt & Cari Z creation, where our heroes go through rings of fire. This is the first book of a duology and ends with an cliffy HFN.
Last Year I Was Reading…
My reviews of The Vampire’s Club serial is mostly me squeeing incoherent emojis. These books have been my obsession in 2020. They’re that good.
My 5-star review here.
We have a romantic suspense and a paranormal romance today.
Double or Nothing is about US Marshall Rich Cody assigned to escort hacker Leotrim Nicolosi to a safehouse when all goes to shit. The book is mostly about them on the run with the mob hot on their heels. This is a slow-burn, enemies to lovers, criminal/cop romance with lots of flying bullets and explosions.
The Vampire’s Club 5 is the continuation of Lucas Daniels and Konstantin ‘the Wolf’ Volk’s love story. Secrets come out in the open and Konstantin revealed his true identity to Lucas. This is set in a world where vampires and witches have a millennia long feud and Lucas somehow found himself in a unique position. The romance is very insta, taking place in a matter of 5 days but written in such a way that the timeline feels longer. And written with such intensity I was reduced to this:
* ｡✰ ✧♡✧。♡〜٩(⋈◍＞◡＜◍)۶〜♡。✧♡✧ ✰ ｡*
Rich and Leo’s slow burn, enemies to lovers is totally my jam but Lucas and Konstantin’s whirlwind romance had me melting into a warm puddle of goo.
I’m ending the post with a book I’m looking forward to reading.
I just watched Ocean’s 8 so I’m in the mood for some heist stories. This one perfectly fits the bill with its promise of some great romance, suspense and action.
What were you reading this time last year?
(I hope it’s as riveting as Morticia’s book)