Friday, February 4, 2022

#CurrentlyReading February 2022

 Hello Fellow Readers!

It's time for my monthly #CurrentlyReading enjoy!


For jingle writer Kissie Mitchell, rules are all that stand between order and chaos. Determined to move on from a breakup and a stagnant life, she heads to Mystic Hot Springs—a resort in the remote town of Twin Hearts, Montana—for a Valentine's Day getaway with her best friend before embarking on a new job in Seattle and a more exciting life. She's armed with a laminated list of rules to keep her heart safe and a simple plan: find a rebound guy, get lucky, put her ex behind her. Not part of her plan: the resort’s sweet and smoking hot bartender, Andrew Trig.

Trig, with his soulful brown eyes, thick beard, and Keanu Reeves good looks, is not no-strings-attached rebound material. He's sell-all-your-stuff-and-move-to-the-middle-of-damn-nowhere-for-him material. Kissie is determined to keep her distance, but when he offers to act as her wingman for the weekend after her best friend gets sick in exchange for her help convincing Mystic’s owners not to sell the resort he loves, she can’t refuse.

The more time Kissie spends in Twin Hearts, she’s charmed by the town, by Mystic, and by Trig. As the sexual tension between them steams up the windows more than the hot springs water, Kissie will learn some rules are made to be broken. When a single night calls into question everything she thought she wanted, she’ll have to decide if big feelings will send her running away, or if sometimes moving on means staying right where you are.


St. Mary’s Hospital in Dallas, Texas has some of the best healthcare professionals in the world, but that success has come with a price. Each book within the series gives the reader a behind-the-scenes look at emergency medicine, with interesting cases and great insight into what makes the doctors and nurses tick.

The reader is injected right into the action, and faced with the moral dilemmas that healthcare professionals face every day. 








The Guardians of Terra is the only thing standing in the way of humanity being annihilated.

After Mya’s life is threatened by a vicious demon sent to kill her, she is brought into the Guardians of Terra, a group of gods pledged to protect Earth from the vengeful gods of old. The Guardians also inform her that she is a goddess herself, which she doubts with every fiber of her being.
Lir, an intense and arrogant god of the sea, leads the group of misfits with a deeply intimidating and explosive nature. But his protectiveness over Mya may end up losing the war for them entirely. Lir is both compelling and impenetrable and the sassy Mya is having a hard time figuring him out.

Through magic, prophecies, and a little bit of godly help from her friends and not-quite-enemies, Mya realizes that she may be far more powerful than she thought. But is it enough to challenge the ever-growing armies of supernatural beings, undead, and vindictive gods on the other side of the war…?
A seductive, freeing, and compelling story about the family you choose, inner power, and healing.



When words aren’t enough to describe our emotions, this book offers comfort, joy, and a friend in the dark. In her spare yet powerful style, Kim navigates subjects like mental health, trauma, loneliness, and loss. Pairing exquisite, black-and-white illustrations with short, surprising captions, each page of Starry Night, Blurry Dreams inspires wonder and introspection.



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