November 25, 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 was suffering the worst slump I've experienced in a long time. I think it's finally over. I found some great reads this past week, lifting my spirits up and encouraging me to try to complete my reading goals before the end of the year. I hope you all have been having an amazing week!

What I've Read

reads of the week
1. Lord of London Town by Tillie Cole - ★★★★★ - like a modern-day Peaky Blinders, this story tore me right out of my reading funk!
2. Die, My Love anthology - ★★★★☆ - this horror piece messed with my head. There were no good guys, a lot of psychotic moments, and in the end, I was laughing because it was horrific. Great job!
3. Son of Chaos by Lexi Foss - ★★★★★ - I found this author's work this year and I'm so glad I did. She writes supernatural stories that are engaging and entertaining and so amazing! I'm in love with these characters and can't wait to continue the series!
4. Torn by Ditter Kellen - ★★☆☆☆ - A fallen angel, desperate to make it back to Heaven, falls in love with a deathly ill mortal. It was sweet, but I was bored for most of it.
5. Unsuitable Companions by Erin Lee - ★★☆☆☆ - loads of potential...
6. Arija and The Burning City by Zachary Paul Chopchinski - ★★★★☆ - this was a suprisingly great read. I've never even heard of this author before, but I really liked what I found here.
7. Chasing Fate by J.R. Thorn - DNF - I was set to dive in until I realized that it was a reverse harem story. Yeah... no.

What I'm Reading

Devil's Claim by Dariel Raye & Muffy Wilson - Generations ago, he died for her. Now, it’s her turn.

Pride kept them from looking at one another, but their bodies could not lie. Recognition lived in their souls, rekindling memories of passion, love, betrayal….and death.

Apache Elder Aidan Stringfellow, V, is a very wealthy man with one wish – to free his only son, the brilliant, yet abrasive David, from the curse that has plagued his family for generations. When his controversial plan for a cure is revealed, shock and disbelief are only the beginning, for David has deadly, yet beguiling secrets of his own.

Choosing to honor Aidan’s wishes, David and Katala unwittingly awaken an ancient evil desperate to lay claim to the last-born Stringfellow – David. The tumultuous consequences of a vengeful pact spanning generations, defies time, tradition, and death itself.

Katala finds herself falling in love with a man whose gaze and touch ignite long-forgotten passion, propelling her to fight for his life. She unearths one devastating clue after another on her winding journey toward the truth, but unseen forces escalate their attack as truth collides with myth. Clinging desperately to her own sanity, she must find a way to reconcile the two, for even her own identity comes into question. Trust no one. Not even David.

Time is running out. Promises will be kept, and if the devil has his way, souls will be claimed.

What I'll Read Next

My old crush here sums it up nicely. I'm still going with the flow because it's working!!

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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, Natalie


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