Permanent Ink by Avon Gale and Piper Vaughn: A slow burn age gap romance between a graffiti artist with some growing up to do and his father's best friend, a tattoo artist.
Off Base and At Attention by Annabeth Albert: I've had both of these books on my Kindle for a while, and I don't know why it's taken me so long to read them since I always enjoy Annabeth Albert's books. These have Navy Seal heroes and they're fun. I have to catch up with the next book in the series.
The Pages of the Mind by Jeffe Kennedy: This book starts a new series, but it is connected to her Twelve Kingdoms series. I've only read the first book in the Twelve Kingdoms (I'm going to read the rest!), but I didn't have much trouble getting into this one. It's a fantastic fantasy world, and there's a librarian heroine!
Recovery by Amy Rae Durreson: I love this series. I've had this book for a while, but I kept not wanting to read it because then I wouldn't have another book in the series to read for a while. I finally gave in, and it's just as good as every other book in the series. If you enjoy fantasy and dragons, give this series a try. I'd start at the first book (Reawakening) to understand them all better.
Fae Out of Water series by E.J. Russell: This is a fun paranormal romance trilogy. They're light, quick reads, and while they probably stand alone, I'd read them in order to get the most out of them. My favorite is probably still the first, Cutie and the Beast (David is a sweetheart).
Secrets in Death by J.D. Robb: There are over forty books in this series and I keep reading because they are always reliably good and I love checking back in with Eve, Roarke, and the rest of the gang. This book was no different.
Into the Mystic Vol. 2: Into the Mystic is an anthology of f/f paranormal stories that will be out next week from NineStar Press. Laura Bailo, a friend and author of one of the stories in the anthology (The Holy Company with its intriguing roots in Spanish folklore), gave me an ARC. There are so many different paranormal stories in this anthology—witches, selkies, vampires, ghosts, and mermaids just to name a few. As with any anthology, I have stories that are my favorites more than others, but overall, it was a great book, and perfect for the lead up to Halloween.
What have you been reading lately?