Happy Wednesday, readers! I hope you’re all doing well and enjoying the warm weather.
We’ve reached the middle of another week, which makes it time to catch up with what’s being read! I have been trying to read as much as possible as I have a few book review requests, and a lot of my favorite authors are releasing new books this summer.
WWW Wednesday is a weekly reading update hosted by Taking on a World of Words.
The Three Ws are:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
What are you currently reading?
I’m still working my way through these:
Making the Play by Cait Marie
Shadow & Bone by Leigh Bardugo
What did you recently finish reading?
Let Me Hold Your Hand by Spondon Ganguli
Let Me Hold Your Hand is a heartwarming, emotional, and inspiring story about two characters who lean on one another to overcome trauma.
Mr. Ganguli is a new author for me, but I love a good heartwarming story that I could relate to as I have faced many challenges in my life with being disabled. I truly enjoyed reading this book, despite having trouble reading the character’s name, setting location as the story takes place in another country, and the songs Sourav sings to Preetam to cheer him up, but the author provides an English translation. Let Me Hold Your Hand is full of pain, unforeseen circumstances, and life-changing situations. It is different from any other story I have read where a character faces a life-altering crisis after an incident.
Read Destiny’s full review on Reedsy Discovery.
Love is a Harmony by Michelle MacQueen
Love is a Harmony is a heartwarming, emotional, captivating, sweet contemporary romance story written by USA Today Bestselling Author Michelle MacQueen. It is also the third book of the Rockstar Anonymous series. This is the fourth book I have read by her, and each time I read one of her books, I become a bigger fan. Her writing style is unique, passionate, and inspiring. She writes her story with a sense of class, and the words on each page touch your heart. MacQueen has a way with words that allow the reader to relate to the characters and brings the setting to life. Sometimes, you become so involved in the storyline that you are hoping for a happy ending or crying in the middle of the night while you are up late reading because you can’t put the book down. Michelle MacQueen creates a unique love story mixed with rock stars, family drama, and everlasting friendships—everything I love in a sensational contemporary romance novel.
Read Destiny’s full review on her blog, Destiny’s Magical Creations.
What do you think you’ll read next?
Batter Up by Robyn Neeley
Red Magnolia by Lucy Holden
Have you read any of these? What are you reading this week? Let me know in the comments, and have a good week!
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