Sunday, March 31, 2024

What Deanna Read #94: February 2024

Y'all, it's the end of the month. LITERALLY!!! It's the 31st of the month and I have about 5 hours left of March. I figured I better get the books I read in February out. Oof! Where did March go? I've been so busy and the month blew by. Plus I had a monster deadline and hubby took me away for my holiday. It was fun.

Here's what I read for the last month.

Midnight Shadows by Lisa Marie Rice
Midnight Shadows
Advanced by Delta James
Midnight Angel by Lisa Marie Rice
Midnight Angel
Silver Silence by Nalini Singh

Sip of Pleasure Anthology by Laylah Roberts
Sip of Pleasure
Finding Love by Cameron Hart
Finding Love
Access All Areas by Cassie Mint
Access All Areas
Resonance Surge by Nalini Singh
Resonance Surge

Storm Echo by Nalini Singh
Storm Echo
Daddy's Little Cupcake by Everly Raine
Daddy's Little Cupcake
The Night Island by Jayne Ann Krentz
The Night Island

I didn't have much time to read in February because we went away for a work thing for hubby and unfortunately, I caught the lurgy while away. That knocked me out in February for 2 weeks leading into March. Oof! Not fun. Plus some of the books I read were pretty long. I'm looking at you, Nalini Singh.

That said, I've caught up on all the Psy-Changeling Trinity books in preparation for the new one coming out later this year. I think I've put it into my calendar for release day but I forget when that is. Ah okay, I went to look. It's called Primal Mirror and it's coming out the third week of July. I also reread Silver Silence which is the first book in the series because after I was done, I wasn't quite ready to let the world go, and I really, really wanted to read about the bears again. Next I need to catch up on the Guild Hunter books. I'm about three or four books behind on that one.

I read the latest in Jayne Ann Krentz's The Lost Night Files series, The Night Island. Another fabulous book and I'm so intrigued by what's going on and the deeper mystery there. Can't wait till the next on comes out.

Other than that it was just a few short books and a lovely sweet one from Cassie Mint called Access All Areas which my brain needed when it was feeling particularly burnt out.

That's it from me. What did you read lat month?

It's so late into the year, I'm not even sure it's worth doing my top 10 from 2023 anymore. What do you think?

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  1. Another good month in February. Yes I loved the JAK too. Please do a best of 2023. If it's a faff to show the covers you could just list them.

    1 The Sitcom Star by Jackie Lau. Chu’s Restaurant #1. Canada, Toronto

    2 Fighting for Hailey by Katie Reus. Redemption Harbor Security #1. USA, Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina

    3 Meet me in Millfield by Jackie Lau. Chu's Restaurant short story. Canada, Ontario

    4 Wild Fire by Christine Feehan. Leopard People #4. A reread. Panama

    5 Rokhan by Veronica Scott. Badari Warriors #18. Space

    6 All Night Long by Jayne Anne Krentz. USA, California

    7 Random in Death by JD Robb. In Death #58. USA, New York

    8 The Secrets of Blythswood Square by Sara Sheridan. 19th century Scotland

    9 Alien Disgraced by Cara Bristol. Forbidden Bonds #4. Space

    10 The Reluctant Heartthrob by Jackie Lau. Chu's Restaurant #2. Canada, Toronto

    11 The Cuban Heiress by Chanel Cleeton. USA, Cuba

    12 Code Name:Outlaw by Janie Crouch. Zodiac Tactical #5. USA, Wyoming. One from the tbr jar

    13 The Phoenix Crown by Kate Quinn and Janie Chang. USA, San Francisco/Argentina, Buenos Aires/France, Paris

    14 Leopard's Hunt by Christine Feehan. Leopard People #15. USA, Louisiana/Russia/Panama

    15 Falling for Mr Bad by Melissa Foster. The Bradens and Montgomerys Pleasant Hill - Oak Falls. Love in Bloom series. USA, Vermont, Maryland. Mexico

    1. This is an excellent reading month for you. I need to check out All Night Long by JAK. Is it one of her older books?

    2. Yes, it's from 2011 originally. Still good though

    3. I've started Flash by JAK that's an older book too. I got it recently when it was on sale.