Can’t Wait Wednesday is hosted by Tessa over at Wishful Endings and it was based on Waiting on Wednesday that was hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine. WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme that is hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words.
I decided that I’m going to do a mashup of the Can’t Wait Wednesday and WWW Wednesday posts here on my blog. I’m bringing them together and calling it The Wednesday Post. Here’s what I’m up to this week.
What did you recently finish reading?
I finished this last night and enjoyed it. It was a little slow in parts but overall, I thought the story was a good one. I’d read anything by Nalini Singh and I’m happy to report that it remains true of her mystery and suspense stories. 🙂
What are you currently reading?
Oh, man, am I excited to jump into this one. I’m going to start it today. I would have started it last night after finishing A Madness of Sunshine but a bitch was tired so I took my ass to sleep but today is all for Kincaid. Yippy skippy!
What do you think you’ll read next?
Open House (Uptown #2) by Ruby Lang
Don’t Break Me by Ash Ley
I’m reading these two bad boys next. Open House is a new addition to my review pile and it comes out in November so I need to get that one read and reviewed but I’m looking forward to reading it since I’ve been seeing good things around Twitter about. I’ve also been seeing good things about Don’t Break Me so I got it on Kindle Unlimited and am going to see for myself how good it is.
Can’t Wait WednesdaySmoke Bitten
by Patricia Briggs
Series: Mercy Thompson #12
Also in this series: Silver Borne
Published by Penguin, Ace on March 10, 2020
Genres: Urban Fantasy
Point of View:First Person
Add It: Goodreads
Mercy Thompson, car mechanic and shapeshifter, faces a threat unlike any other in this thrilling entry in the #1 New York Times bestselling series.
I am Mercedes Athena Thompson Hauptman. My only “superpowers” are that I turn into a thirty-five pound coyote and fix Volkswagens. But I have friends in odd places and a pack of werewolves at my back. It looks like I’m going to need them.
Centuries ago, the fae dwelt in Underhill–until she locked her doors against them. They left behind their great castles and troves of magical artifacts. They abandoned their prisoners and their pets. Without the fae to mind them, those creatures who remained behind roamed freely through Underhill wreaking havoc. Only the deadliest survived.
Now one of those prisoners has escaped. It can look like anyone, any creature it chooses. But if it bites you, it controls you. It lives for chaos and destruction. It can make you do anything–even kill the person you love the most. Now it is here, in the Tri-Cities. In my territory.
It won’t, can’t, remain.
Not if I have anything to say about it.
All I have to say about this upcoming release is…COME TO MAMA! I am all in on the Mercy Thompson train and all of these books later, I’m still Team Mercy. I cannot wait to see what Briggs has planned for Mercy in Smoke Bitten because whatever it is, I’m sure it’ll be a good one. At least I have my fingers crossed that it will. This one comes out on March 10, 2020 so there’s still a bit of a wait but we can do it! I’ll gladly wait for more Mercy books.
Are you looking forward to Smoke Bitten? What other books are you looking forward to releasing this year?
Glad to hear you enjoyed that Nalini Singh book, especially as you hadn’t heard anything about it before going in. I’ll look out for your review. Enjoy Kincaid’s book! I’ve already heard a couple of good things so I’m sure you’ll love it.
I plan on enjoying Kincaid’s book…as soon as I freaking get started. I keep picking it up, only to realize I have to read something else first. Gah. This week, for real.
I am so excited for The One for You! I keep itching to pick it up but then convince myself to wait until closer to release date. Can’t wait to see what you think. I’ve loved this series!
Tanya @ Girl Plus Books
I keep having to put down The One for You because I keep remembering books that I need to read pronto. Hopefully, this coming week will be the week that I finally dig in. I can’t wait!
I never did enjoy Patricia Briggs’ books, and I’m a sad panda about that. Everyone’s loving them! Sigh.
Oh, are they too slow for you? Thanks!