WWW Wednesday

Hello lovelies!

It’s time for WWW Wednesday! This meme was originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm but was revived by Sam from Taking on a World of WordsIt’s a place to talk about the books you’ve been reading, plan to read and have read. This week is FULL of ARCs. I’m glad to be progressing through them despite having a few on my plate!

To take part all you have to do is answer the following questions:

What are you currently reading?

What have you recently finished reading?

What are you going to read next?

Currently Reading

After reading the premise and excerpt of Hexes and O’s, I was EAGER to get my hands on a copy! This book is ridiculously funny and oh, so sweet! When Book Sirens approved me for the novel, I snatched it up and have been blissfully content reading it ever since. Lisa Wells is a new-to-me author that I’ll be keeping an eye on after this!

Recently Finished

As a mixture of Norse and Greek mythology, this action-packed paranormal romance novel was practically written to be on my TBR. Seriously, there aren’t many books that tick so many of my go-to tropes and themes. While the haters-to-lovers romance wasn’t as well written as I had been anticipating, the side characters and action were more than enough to make up for it. For my Four Star review, click here.

Reading Next

Continuing on with my indie book goal this year, Beneath Cruel Fathoms is an up-coming fantasy read featuring merfolk, dark magic and ancient powers that was provided to me as an eARC from the author. Not only is the cover adorable but it features MERFOLK. Who could resist that??

After reading Wylde Fire ARC by Sarah Robinson a few months ago, I was excited to be asked to join the blog tour for Misadventures in the Cage. Early reviews for this book seem promising and I’m always a sucker for a sports romance.

// what have you been reading this week? share your thoughts down below! //

Jen

15 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday

    • HAHA they’re indie and as of last week I didn’t know many of them either. It’s a great way to try new books and NOT have read many reviews on them. I feel like I’m going in blind when I read them which is a weird feeling since I’m so used to reading reviews before picking a book up now! Ooh, I can’t wait to try the Spellslinger series soon! Your review of the first book made me add it to my TBR 😀

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