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It's Monday! What are you reading? May 7

So my plan is, each Monday to update anyone who reads this on what I'm currently reading and what I may have finished in the last week.

Currently Reading:

Title: Jane Austen, the Secret Radicial
Author: Helena Kelly
Date Started: May 7
Note: Jane Austen book club selection

Title: Circe
Author: Madeline Miller
Date Started: April 22
Note: Book of the Month selection

Date Started: January 1
Note: Roof Beam Reader Read the Bible as Literature Event

Currently Listening:

Author: Ayn Rand
Narrator: Christopher Hurt
Date Started: August 23, 2017
Note: On part 5 of 7

Finished Reading:

Title: Shoeless Joe
Author: W.P. Kinsella
Date Finished: April ??
Stars: 4

Title: Before We Were Yours
Author: Lisa Wingate
Date Finished: April 12
Stars: 4
Note: Book Club selection

Title: The Thief (Black Dagger Brotherhood #16)
Author: J. R. Ward
Date Finished: April 19
Stars: 4

Title: Dead After Dark
Author: Various
Date Finished: April 21
Stars: 3
Note: Read for the Sherrily Kenyon and J.R. Ward short stories.

Title: Phantom Lover (Dream-Hunters 0.5)
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
Date Finished: April 27
Stars: 3

Title: A Hard Day's Night Searcher (Hunter Legends Series #10.5)
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
Date Finished: April 27
Stars: 3

Title: Hard Ever After (Hard Ink #4.6)
Author: Laura Kaye
Date Finished: April 28
Stars: 3

Title: Bite Me If You Can (Argeneau #6)
Author: Lynsay Sands
Date Finished: May 1
Stars: 3

Title: Knit Tight (Portland Heat #4)
Author: Annabeth Albert
Date Finished: May 3
Stars: 4

Title: Wrapped Together (Portland Heat #5)
Author: Annabeth Albert
Date Finished: May 6
Stars: 4

Title: Danced Close (Portland Heat #6)
Author: Annabeth Albert
Date Finished: May 6
Stars: 4


  1. Amelia enjoy your new reads! Happy reading and have a great week.

    Angelica @ Paperback Princess


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