It’s Monday! What are you Reading? (4/15/19)

Happy Monday everyone! I ran across this post on Book Date and liked the idea of sharing what I’m currently reading, so here goes!


Playing for Keeps (A Heartbreaker Bay Novel) by Jill Shalvis

First Sentence Read: ‘Sadie Lane walked through the day spa, closing up for the night, alone as usual.’


Storm Cursed (Mercy Thompson #11) by Patricia Briggs

First Sentence Read: ‘” So what did YOU do, Mary Jo?” Called Ben in his crisp British accent.’

Ahh, a new week! Monday’s are great because you can start over, get rid of all the bad things that happened the previous week and START A NEW BOOK!

What are you reading this fine Monday?



9 thoughts on “It’s Monday! What are you Reading? (4/15/19)

      1. This is interesting because it starts in 1912. I haven’t read many from that time. And it’s America and Russia, which is also interesting . Especially since I recently read “a Gentleman in Moscow”

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      2. I loved A Gentleman in Moscow. It seems as if novels set in Russia are popular right now. I’ve read some YA and Fantasy novels with Russian elements and am slated to read Romanov soon which is YA-Fantasy. Growing up in the US the history of Russia wasn’t a part of our education, only the Cold War era. I find it fascinating! Hopefully you’ll write about the book so I can see what you think!

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      3. I loved Gentleman as well….favorite that I read this year! And you’re right, there does seem to be a Russia thing going on in literature. Will tell you after I read it!

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