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*~What Are You Currently Reading?🌈📚~*

Happy Sunday Fun Day lovelies! I wanted to check in and see what my fellow bilbliophiles are currently reading! So if you don’t mind I would love for you to share!

I’m currently reading Silent Lies by Kathryn Croft. It is an intense psychological thriller and has me on the edge of my seat! This book has me guessing like crazy!

I hope everyone has a fantastic day and would love to hear what you guys are reading as well! Happy Reading!📚📱🌈😍

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39 thoughts on “*~What Are You Currently Reading?🌈📚~*

  1. I am reading Venturess by Betsy Cornwell.

    Happily ever after is just the beginning.

    Nicolette’s Cinderella story is over, and she’s finally living her own fairy tale happy ending. She’s a successful inventor now, free of her horrible stepfamily, and content in her loving friendship with Caro, a palace servant, and Fin, the prince of Esting.

    Then she receives a message from her long-lost housekeeper, now a revolutionary, begging her to bring the prince to Faerie for a diplomatic meeting. Nicolette fears a trap, but decides that the chance to end the bloody war waged by their kingdom is worth the risk.

    Together with Fin and Caro, she ventures across the monster-filled ocean to the lush continent she’s always dreamed of visiting. There, mechanical armies and dark magic await as they uncover devastating secrets about the past and fight for a real, lasting happily-ever-after for two troubled countries—and themselves.

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  2. I have read Tara Conklin’s book about slavery and art, from three perspectives. “The House Girl” has a story of reparations, the little girl who was taught to read and paint. When a slave owner, the Mistress of the house claims wrongfully to have painted a picture, a new young female lawyer chases down the past. I read six books this summer and wrote up blog reviews. . . My favorites were Carol Balawyder’s book, “Getting to Mr Right” and Shehanne Moore’s “Unraveling of Lady Fury.” 😊

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      1. You’re welcome, Dani. The two I listed have blogs under their names, Carol Balawyder and Shehanne Moore. S.M. is very nice and comments often! She wrote historical romances which are naughty and fun.

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  3. I’m reading The Stars Are Fire by Anita Shreve. It’s about a wildfire that destroys coastal Maine in 1947 that leaves a woman and her children homeless after her husband goes missing. I can’t put it down!

    I might have to check out your book. I love psychological thrillers!

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    1. That sounds great!!! I will have to check out that book! Thanks for sharing!😍🌈📚 The book I’m reading is definitely a psychological thriller! It gives me goosebumps! I recieved it off NetGalley it should be coming out in the next couple weeks or if you are on NetGalley you can check it out!📚🐉🌈

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    1. That emoji always cracks me up!! Lmao. Yeah I saw her review and was like hey! Im reading the same! Its a great psychological thriller so far! Very intense and has me guessing! That sounds like a good reas! I have never read any of his son’s works! I need to check them out!😉 Then I will be having nightmares!😱😱😱👻💀☠

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  4. I’m currently reading Leigh Bardugo’s The Language of Thorns. It’s really good so far! Wish I had more free time to burn right through it in one sitting, but oh, well. 😛
    Hope you had a great weekend! Sounds like you’ve got quite the exciting read going on. 😀

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    1. That sounds like a good read!!! Thanks for sharing this title with me! I’m going to have to check it out! I love hearing about all these different books. I unfortunately been nursing a virus this weekend! I hope you had a great one though! Thanks again for your awesome feedback!🤘😉📖📚 The one I’m reading is a pretty intense pyschological thriller! I might have nightmares!😱😱😱

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  5. Her Last Secret by Barbara Copperthwaite, which has on the cover ‘a gripping psychological thriller that you won’t be able to put down.’ @ 38% I would expect to be gripped by now. I ‘m not. I find it easy to put down and hard to pick up again. 😧

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