WWW Wednesday: July 10, 2019


WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking on a World of Words.

What are you currently reading?


The Killing Tide (Coastal Guardians #1) by Dani Pettrey. I’ve really enjoyed other books by this author, but this one just isn’t clicking with me so far. I think it’s partly due to this mood I’m in, but also because I find the female lead REALLY unlikable. I’m hoping it gets better for me, though, especially since I’m supposed to be part of the Suspense Squad to promote it.

What did you recently finish reading?

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Bred by Ginger Scott. This was an addictive read and enjoyable, but not quite as enjoyable as I wanted it to be.

What do you think you’ll read next?


The Summer of Sunshine & Margot by Susan Mallery. I have this from the library, so I want to get to it before it expires, but I’m  not sure if I’m in the right mood for it.

What are you reading?

11 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday: July 10, 2019

  1. I was wondering what you would think of Bred. It was good, but it was so different. I didn’t always know what to think about it. I was looking through her KU books, if I had to pick another for you to read it would probably be How We Deal with Gravity and then Hold My Breath. I don’t think you would like Memphis, but I could be wrong.

  2. It’s a shame the main character of The Killing Tide is so unlikeable… That definitely makes it a lot harder to enjoy the story. Have a wonderful week and happy reading!

  3. I’ve never read a Susan Mallory book. I think I tired one years ago and wasn’t a big fan. This one is an option to listen to on Hoopla, and I was considering it. I’ll be interested to see what you think!

    • She’s a little hit or miss for me. I was actually supposed to see her on book tour for this book, but we didn’t end up going – which was fine. With my current mood I’m thinking I probably won’t get to this before it expires, but fingers crossed!

  4. I’ve just finished (like 10 min. ago) Love Heart Lane by Christie Barlow
    I am now reading A Race for Paris by Meg Waite Clayton, and after that, I plan to read My Maine by Bette Stevens.

  5. Pingback: July 2019 Recap | Stephanie's Book Reviews

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