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Whatcha Reading? November 2021, Part Two

It’s that time again! Settle in to talk about what you’ve been reading!

Lara: I just DEVOURED Cait Nary’s Season’s Change. ( A | BN | K ) Turns out I have a thing for m/m ice hockey romances and this one pushed my buttons in the best way. Love a slow burn!

Sarah: I am reading The Last Daughter of York by Nicola Cornick. ( A | BN | K ) It was a slow start, but then remains are found and kings are betrayed in dual timelines and I’m all in. See y’all in a few hours.

Elyse: I’m in a slump and focused on knitting.

Catherine: As a mad Ricardian I am both deeply tempted by the Last Daughter of York – because Yorkists! Wars of the Roses! Possible Perkin Warbeck retcon! – and also a bit afraid to pick it up, since I will certainly have Opinions and they are unlikely to be remotely fair or objective!

I’m doing very little reading at present but did just read and adore The Magnolia Sword by Sherry Thomas. Such a fun story!

The Great Charade
A | BN

Sneezy: FINALLY got to Dial A for Aunties. ( A | BN | K | AB ) I’m still at the beginning, and even though the details are different, it reflects so much of my personal experience of family and diaspora… If Meddy and I ever met, we would be friends, and a large chunk of our friendship would be us flopped on top of each other in an anxiety puddle, all jittery cuddles and warbles. Then I’d try to hold her up as I make semi-coherent sounds about how healthy boundaries are necessary.

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Tara: I’ve started picking up holiday romances and am reading The Great Charade by Gerri Hill. It’s an f/f, fake relationship Christmas romance that’s being released on December 7.

Shana: A new Gerri Hill, with a fake relationship, and it’s Christmas-themed? I clearly need to read this.

The Last House on Needless Street
A | BN | K

I just started The Wild Sight by Loucinda McGary. ( A | BN | K ) It’s a romantic suspense about a reluctant Irish psychic who returns to his family’s home in Northern Ireland.

Carrie: I just finished the House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward. It’s easy to see why it has a lot of hype – it’s incredibly gripping. However it also contains graphic and upsetting portrayals of child abuse/torture/medical abuse and that has been upsetting and disturbing me since I read it.

Susan: I’m swinging between rereading Wotakoi ( A | BN | K | G | AB ) to satisfy my craving for fandom nerds in love, and The Luminous Dead ( A | BN | K | G | AB ) because survival horror is my comfort genre

Where we’re going we don’t need tonal consistency in our reading habits!

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