Book Talk: What have you been reading lately?

Welcome to this week’s Book Talk!

Since we took the month off from Book Talk, let’s talk about your favorite reads from the month of December! My selections are:

The Blame Game by Sandie Jones is another outstanding mytery that I truly enjoyed. Great plot twists and super fast paced. I greatly enjoyed it.

Debut author Kathleen M. Willett’s Mother of All Secrets is a great read. The storyline is compelling and there are some great twists. My only complaint is it was a little repetitive.

Shelter in the Storm is the first romance I’ve read by Laurel Blount and I loved it so much I immediately bought the next book in the Johns Mill Amish Romance series. I adore Amish romances so I was hooked from the very first page. The storyline is quite unique and quickly drew me. The characters are endearing and the issues they are facing are relatable. I am very much looking forward to the third installment which releases in 2023.

Now it’s your turn. What have you been reading lately? Join the discussion by commenting below!


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4 Responses to Book Talk: What have you been reading lately?

  1. Katherine

    I’ve been reading Christmas stories, since there are several promotions, at least in the m/m romance world. Also, I’ve been re-reading or re-listening to books which I gave 5 stars the last time. Two of those are Louder than Sirens, Louder than Bells by K. D. Sarge, and Femme by Marshall Thornton.

    • Book Talk & More with Kathy

      There have been a ton of book promotions spanning across many genres this holiday season. I’ve picked up a few I was holding off on buying so my TBR is definitely full!

      I hope your 5 star reads remained 5 stars after the rereads!

  2. Debbie B.

    I will finish “Mad Honey” by Jodi Picoult & Jennifer Finney Boylan this afternoon. It’s very well written, quite thought provoking, and five stars in my estimation!

    I listened to “We Are Not Like Them” by Christine Pride & Jo Piazza. Told from the view points of two lifelong friends, one black & one white, it was a riveting tale of navigating the aftermath of a police-involved shooting. Very attention grabbing!

    Next up will likely be “The Nightingale” by Kristin Hannah – it’s been in my pile to read for too long!

    • Book Talk & More with Kathy

      I loved Mad Honey! I am so glad you’ve enjoying it.

      I’ve read The Nightingale and I liked it. I’ll be interested to see your thoughts after you’ve read it.