Reading this Week – June 30

This is actually the past two weeks. I’ve been in a bit of a reading slump.

  • A Boy Called Cin by Cecile Wilde – m/nb, billionaire, age gap. This was a super sweet romance with fantastic trans rep (according to trans reviewers on Goodreads, as well as my cis perception). The main characters are a bi trans man and a bi genderqueer man. Cin is one of the best characters I’ve read this year. I absolutely loved him.
  • To One Hundred by Melissa Blue – m/f, professor/student (but she’s older and just finishing a couple of credits, not a coed). This is the first in the Dirty Sexy Geeks series, and I loved it. I think Melissa Blue is highly underrated.
  • Three Nights with a Rock Star by Amber Lin and Shari Slade – m/f, rockstar. This was just ok. There was some manufactured angst that never really felt true. But it was steamy.
  • Perv by Dakota Gray – m/f This was my second try of this book and I was much more in the mood. The hero has an oral fetish so you really have to be in the mood for that. This book is filthy, in the best way.
  • Once Upon a Bad Boy by Melonie Johnson – m/f, second chance. See my previous post for the full review of this sweet book. I just love this series.
  • Being Neighborly: A Close Proximity Romance by Meka James – m/f, neighbors. This was a quick, one-handed read. I got it because I think the cover is hella sexy (see below) and it did not disappoint.
  • Where’s My Hero anthology – I read this for the Lisa Kleypas story featuring Derek and Sara Craven’s daughter. It was ok.

Re-read over the past two weeks

  • Want Me by Neve Wilder – I can’t stop with this book.
  • Dreaming of You by Lisa Kleypas – tried to bust the slump with an old favorite.
  • Misadventures with a Professor by Sierra Simone
  • Nine Rules to Break when Romancing a Rake by Sarah MacLean – another old favorite that failed to bust the slump.
  • A Rogue by Any Other Name by Sarah MacLean – Got this lovely one on sale and had to reread.
  • So Sweet by Rebekah Weatherspoon

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