It’s time for September’s Whatcha Reading! If you’re new here, Whatcha Reading is the post where we gush or gripe about all the books we’ve been reading this month. And sometimes, it’s awfully terrible on our wallets. We wish we could say we were genuinely sorry about that.
Sarah: I am very much looking forward to this month’s discussion of what you’re reading. I’ve DNFd several books in a row for a variety of reasons, so I’m now carefully researching newer-to-me sub-genres. Based on Amanda’s recommendation, I’m going to try Highland Dragon Warrior by Isabel Cooper ( A | BN | K | G | iB ). But I’m watching this thread like damn, hell, and whoa to see what you’re enjoying – so thank you in advance for sharing your recommendations!
Amanda: All right, Sarah. Strap in. Because you’re probably going to want to glom up both of these books.
I have two books on my Kindle that come out in October and I don’t know what to read first.
There’s Grigori by Lauren Smith ( A | BN | K | G | iB ). The heroine is working on her PhD in mythology and she totes believes there’s evidence that dragons are real. And of course, the hero is a dragon shifter.
Then there’s Take the Lead by Alexis Daria. It’s a contemporary romance that takes place on a dancing reality show. The heroine is a dancer and in the latest season, she’s paired with a dude who stars in an Alaskan Wilderness nature show. HELLLLOOOOO.
Sarah: OK I AM LISTENING TO ALL OF THIS.
I also, after finishing a disappointing book (and because of a conversation on the Book of Faces), just reread Anne McCaffrey’s Dragonflight ( A | BN | K | G | iB ), which I still like, in spite of McCaffrey’s myriad of Capital-I-Issues.
Elyse: I just started Deep Dark by Laura Griffin which features a white hat hacker heroine!
Carrie: I’m reading Unwanted Girl by M.K. Schiller ( A | BN | K | G | iB ). It’s a romance between a wealthy writer who is a recovering addict and a woman from India who is studying to be a teacher. I like it so far because both characters tend to defy stereotype.
What have you been reading? Anything good or disappointingly bad? We want to know all the details!
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