July Reading List

free photo booksYou’d think that having a broken foot would mean that I read a ton in June instead of getting sucked into “Border Security” marathons, but, no, I didn’t read any more than normal. I saved it all for July as a reward for finishing my next novel. Here are some of my new and recommended books and authors.

PLAYING FOR KEEPS (A Neighbor from Hell Novel) by R.L. Mathewson. This author kept popping onto my radar but the hero sounded like such an ass that I kept skipping the recommendations. Then the first book went on sale and I said, “Fine! I’ll try it!” I was right – he was a complete jerk. But then he grew on me. And the love story made me laugh.  It’s a great contemporary book with relatable characters. So I bought the rest of the series.

CRAVING CONSTELLATIONS (Aces MC) by Nicole Jacqueline. Stop me if you’ve heard this before.  This author kept popping onto my radar but the hero sounded like such an ass that I kept skipping the recommendations. Then the first book went on sale and I said, “Fine! I’ll try it!” I was right – he was a complete jerk. But then he grew on me. And the love story made me cry. This is a motorcycle club (MC) book, and runs a little darker than I usually read, but not so dark that I had to stop reading. Also, the first 4 books are a fantastic deal if you buy the boxed set. So I bought the rest of the series.

STEP by Roxie Rivera. Roxie writes the best Russian Mafia stories I’ve found. Step is the first of a related series, with a bad-boy rocker falling for a good-girl hotel maid. It’s a short story but it’s fun to see how outsiders view the characters from Roxie’s main series.

I don’t list all the books I’ve read here, mainly because I have a list of favourite authors and I try to bring new-to-me writers to your attention here. But if you want to keep up with all my books – and even talk about them – feel free to follow and talk to me on Goodreads.