Series: The Spellster and the Hound
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading ~ Second Wind by A.L. Lester
A lovely addition to the Theatr Fach shared-world series. ❤️
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading ~ In Pain and Blood by Aldrea Alien
A fantastic epic bi-awakening fantasy.
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading
Oh my goodness, I LOVED this book!
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading ~ Two Steps Back by Lyn Gala
My last #AmReading was a Sci-Fi book by Lyn Gala. This time, same author, but contemporary.
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading ~ Regi’s Goddess by Lyn Gala
I’ve enjoyed every book I’ve read by Lyn Gala so far, and this was no exception. It’s book two in her most recent space series (Gods of Misfortune), following Regi’s Huuman.
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading ~ The Weight of It All by N.R. Walker
I’ve been meaning to read this for a long, long time, and when I (once again) saw it being recommended somewhere, I figured it was time I did something about it.
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading ~ Face Blind by JL Merrow
Of course I preordered this book back when that option first became available because…JL Merrow. Need I say more?
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading – The Sixth Sense Series by Sarah Madison
This has long been one of my favorite series, and I’ve read it countless times. And I plan to read it again and again.
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading ~ Dear Diary by Holly Day
Despite the premise being about a diary written on the advice of his therapist by a man undergoing treatment for depression, it’s quite a bit of fun. I love his wry sense of humor.
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading ~ London in the Rain by Ellie Thomas
There’s a soft spot in my heart for gentle historical romance, and this lovely story caressed that spot perfectly.
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading ~ Around Seven by Ofelia Gränd
A guy with a crippling case of self-doubt meets a nice guy who seems made to nurture. ❤️ Grips at your heartstrings and leaves you with hope for their future.
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading ~ Out of Focus by A.L. Lester
I love me some hurt/comfort! And a happy sigh for “easy charm and a quick smile” paired with “a down to earth attitude.” Combine that with a little mutual unrequited attraction meets forced proximity, and we’ve got a winner!!!!
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading ~ Sundowners by R.L. Merrill
I love a unique take on vampires, and Sundowners by R.L. Merrill delivers just that!
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading ~ Us Again by Nell Iris
❤️🩹 Second chance + sweet + emotional = *happy sigh* ❤️🩹
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading – Spun! by JL Merrow
Another lovely book by JL Merrow!
#Treadmill & What I #AmReading ~ Crazy Joe by Ofelia Gränd
🌲 A lovely novelette by Ofelia Gränd 🌲
#Treadmill Update & What I #AmReading ~ Out! by JL Merrow
Third in the Shamwell Tales, a series of four standalone books set in the same village.
TREADMILL Week 192 & What I #AmReading – Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall
📚 From Monday: “He’s not hopeless. He’s an uptight git. Um, like in general. Not because he was bothered by me nonconsensually kissing him. Okay, let me rephrase: he’s an uptight git who, independent of his uptightness and gititude, isn’t into me.”
TREADMILL Week 191 & What I #AmReading – Boyfriend with Benefits by Allison Temple
📚 From Sunday: “Are we watching another one?” he asks as he crosses in front of the TV with Bernard riding his shoulder. The screen has that obnoxious Are you still there? message on it. Fuck you, Netflix. Don’t judge my life choices.
TREADMILL Week 190 & What I #AmReading – Secret at Skull House by Josh Lanyon
📚 From Sunday: The familiar, comforting, theatrical scents of aged wood, fabric, mothballs, and sewing-machine oil greeted Ellery as he walked into the costume room at the old theater on Wallace street Monday evening. It was clear, from the sudden cease fire, that everyone had been talking about him. Even the blank papier-mâché faces on the masks on the prop shelf looked vaguely guilty.
TREADMILL Week 189 & What I #AmReading – Murder at Pirate’s Cove by Josh Lanyon
📚 From Tuesday: On the one hand, it was nice to experience a profitable day. On the other hand, Scene of the Crime was probably not a sustainable business model.
TREADMILL Week 187 & What I #AmReading – Axios: A Spartan Tale by Jaclyn Osborn
From Sunday: He pressed his forehead to mine, still loosely holding my chin. “I see someone who is kind and sho stops to see the beauty of the world. Someone who likes to watch the birds fly in the sky, wondering where they go… wondering what it’s like to soar amongst the clouds. I see an intelligent mind who ponders what makes the sky blue and where the sun goes at night. But mostly… I see my truest companion.”
TREADMILL Week 186 & What I #AmReading – Having Her Back by Ann Gallagher
📚 From Tuesday: He shrugged and popped the tater tot in his mouth. Talking around it, he said, “One of our friends is trans.” It came out so casually, like he’d just said someone’s dad had gotten orders or it was hot outside. Normal day. Nothing to see here.