WWW Wednesay - July 29

July 29, 2020


WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words.

The three W’s stand for:

What did you recently finish reading?
What are you currently reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?


I actually got a lot of reading done since my last post. I read a few ARCs, some books that were generously sent to me, and I even read a book that I've been dying to read for far too long. The books I've finished are:

Hardest Fall by Juliette Cross - after reading the first and last book in this series, I always wanted to read the second book to get into the details I missed and I finally did! It was magnificent and if you love paranormal/fantasy romance, you'll love these books!

The Wolf by Jade Marshall - after getting a copy from the author, I dived into this MC romance and I have no regrets. Gritty premise, gritty characters, gritty world. It gave me the right impression for her writing and I look forward to more.

Rogue by Olivia Hayle - a sweetly romantic second chance love story. Boy is from the wrong side of the tracks, girl is part of the privileged class. Tons of angst and drama and etc. A solid intro to this author's work.

Slammer by Tabatha Vargo - a heartbreaking tale of a nurse falling in love with someone deemed the most dangerous inmate in the super max prison she works in. It had a dirty, taboo feel and I actually really enjoyed it.

Lured by Rina Kent - this author has been recommended to me quite a few times, for this series in particular, but after this read, I'm not really seeing why. Her writing was excellent so I might give her another try.

The Comedian by Sean-Paul Thomas - a short story about a middle aged man confronting his demons. Thomas has a lyrical way of writing that I like a lot.

The Letter by Sean-Paul Thomas - another short story, this one tells the tale of a young woman who finally steps out of her comfort zone.

The Conviction by John Matthews - this thriller takes the reader on a journey of justice... vigilante justice.

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I'm currently reading:

Leo by Jay McLeanHeartless by Marissa MeyerVixen by Rebecca Zanetti

Leo by Jay McLean - a YA/NA romance that I'm hoping to love as much as I loved his brother's books. After falling in love with this author's More Than series, I didn't doubt I'd love these Preston boys :D

Heartless by Marissa Meyer - I'm really struggling with this book. I'm still at the beginning and I put it down a few days ago and I'm trying to find a reason to pick it back up. HELP!

Vixen by Rebecca Zanetti - I'm a huge fan of this author and a HUGE fan of this series. There was no way that a new book would be coming out and I wasn't gonna read it. I've got an ARC and I'm super happy!

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What I'm reading next:

Who knows? I hope to surprise myself and I might do a poll at some point to figure out what will be next.

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What are you reading right now? Tell me below or leave me a link so I can check out your post.

Happy Reading! xo

18 comments

  1. Wow looks like you're on a bit of a roll!

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    1. Let's hope I can keep it up. I love knocking books off of my TBR :D

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  2. I'm diving into Flock by Kate Stewart today! 🙌🏼 I just finished up Nightfall by Penelope Douglas.😍

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    1. I'm telling you now... I'm scared to read Nightfall. How was it? And I NEED to get onto Flock. I've seen the hype and I don't think I've ever tried Kate Stewart's books before.

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  3. I like the sound of The Conviction. Thanks for sharing, and for visiting my blog. Enjoy your reading.

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  4. Rogue!! I definitely love a second chance romance!

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  5. Wow, you've read quite a bit! Sean-Paul Thomas' books sound interesting - I like stories that are about self-discovery in characters. Happy reading!

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    1. Sean-Paul Thomas has a very unique voice and I'm always delighted by whatever I read from him. No two themes are alike. Thank you, Julie Anna!

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  6. Loved your comment on Heartless because I've felt that way about books I expected to love. It's chemical, like romance, the way we feel when we start a book. If the spark isn't there, it's just not there.

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    1. Yeah, I think I'm giving up on it for now. I hope the spark comes back because I really wanted to read it. Maybe some distance from it will help.

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  7. Another very impressive week of reading, Natalie, even if a few were short stories. I am sorry to hear you are struggling with Heartless though, as that sounded intriguing. I hope it picks up for you or you're able to make the tough decision to put it aside. Happy reading! 😃

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    1. Thank you, Jessica! xo
      Yeah, I'm definitely going to put it aside... for now. Hopefully I can pick it back up soon :)

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  8. Wow, looks like you got quite a bit of reading in! The Wolf sounds really interesting. I hope your poll helps you pick a good book to read next. ;) Sometimes choosing the next read is the hardest part of these posts, isn't it? lol. So many books to choose from.

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    1. You're so right! I really hope I can figure out my next read now that I've put Heartless aside :)

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  9. I remember having a bit of a struggle with the beginning of Heartless. Actually, with most of it lol! I’m in the minority, I think. I hope you are enjoying your reading! :)

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    1. Well, I'm in the minority too, I guess :D
      Thanks Leslie! xo

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