It’s Monday! What are you Reading?

This is a weekly meme now hosted by Kathryn @ Book Date. If you aren’t already, I encourage you to join in on the fun!

 

Hope everyone had a great weekend! I’m thankful for the beautiful weather we are finally getting. The weekend was a busy one, and I wasn’t quite ready for Monday, but here we are.

FINISHED READING

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It Ends with Us is by far my favorite book of 2016. And I was really impressed with The Bird and the Sword, which was my first Harmon book. It’s excellent for all you fantasy enthusiasts! I highly recommend.

CURRENTLY READING

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I was in the mood to start a thriller. This one is interesting and definitely has my attention.

WHAT WILL YOU READ NEXT?

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I had kinda started this one too, and was enjoying it. Probably pick it back up next.

What are you reading this week?

 

It's Monday! What Are You Reading

 

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24 thoughts on “It’s Monday! What are you Reading?

  1. pennma05 says:

    So many awesome looking books! So glad that It Ends With Us is so good! I can’t wait to read that one! I must also check out the Amy Harmon book. It sounds good. I have a copy of Eeny Meeny but haven’t read it yet. Enjoy! 🙂

  2. kimberlyfaye says:

    Eeeeep. I’m so nervous about It Ends with Us. I know I’ll love it. I just suspect that it’ll probably ruin my life a little bit, too. Shattering me into a thousand pieces and putting me back together is what Colleen does best, after all. I met Amy Harmon last year at a signing and she was wonderful. I’ve just not read any of her books yet.

    • Brandie says:

      I thought I was the only one who hadn’t!! Glad I’m not alone! 🙂
      Oh, I don’t think anyone can prepare you for the emotions you’ll have reading It Ends with Us. It’s epic.

  3. Jade @ Reading with Jade says:

    It sounds like you had a great reading week last week – I hope that continues in to this week!

    I haven’t read anything by Amy Harmon, but you have me intrigued. Also, I hope you’re enjoying Eeny Meeny; I’ve had my eye on that book for the longest time now.

    Happy reading!

  4. evaallbooksconsidered says:

    Oh I want to read ALL of these! So glad you loved the Amy Harmon, I need to start it soon!!

  5. Kathryn says:

    Hmm would like to read Falling when it publishes. I just have to read a Colleen Hoover book to see if she is ‘me’. I am enjoying One True Loves but not as much as you or Lori Palmer – what a dilemma though.

    • Brandie says:

      It has it’s slow moments, but it started getting more interesting last night. I admit that I almost gave up on it at first. I just don’t care too much for Helen. But now I need to know who’s behind all these strange abductions!

  6. Kathy Reads Fiction says:

    You’ve made my heart so happy by reading Amy Harmon! She’s to me what CoHo is to you. haha I really want you to read Making Faces by Harmon, now. I admit that I would love to read It Ends with Us. The cover attracts me, and everything else about the book is calling for me to read it.

    • Brandie says:

      I downloaded Making Faces to my Kindle yesterday. It’s going to be my next Harmon read! 🙂 I hope you read It Ends with Us. It’s really exceptional.

  7. Nadia says:

    I’m glad you’re enjoying the Arlidge book – it really is an addictive series. I started reading Falling, but I just didn’t find myself that engaged with it. I might get back to it later on. I know you love Hoover’s books, so that’s awesome how much you enjoyed her latest book 🙂

    • Brandie says:

      Okay, I was thinking it was just me! I tried picking up Falling again last night, because I was craving a good romance. But I just wasn’t feeling it at all!! Maybe Jane Green isn’t my jam?

  8. Michelle says:

    I always here great things about Arlidge’s novels but I have yet to read any of them. I do have the first in the series too. It should be easy for me to pick it up, but you know how it is!

    • Brandie says:

      It was good. Not my favorite thriller, but good enough that I’d consider reading the next book in the series. There was a lot going on, and I didn’t figure out the ‘who dun it’, so that is a bonus in my book.

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