Week In Review – 1/31/14

Week In Review Books

Welcome to a new Week in Review. Each week, we’ll let you know what we’ve been reading lately, whether it’s super steamy Romance, our latest Young Adult obsession, or anything in between. Without further adieu, here’s what we’ve been reading this week:

Sandi: Though the holidays have officially come and gone (but I’m looking forward to February!) I’m still enjoying holiday-themed stories. I recently read The Holly and the Thistle by Regan Walker. A short story set in Regency England, it begins and ends with an appreciation for fine spirits. A quick, sweet read, the romance is between a Scots businessman and an English lady. Traditions of Hogmanay are contrasted with Christmas observances, making this an entertaining read for those who enjoy these details.

I’m also reading the historical romance A Song for Sophia by Moriah Densley. I’m enjoying the chapter headings, but am plagued by the mystery that surrounds Our Heroine. Which is, I’m sure, what the author intended. It takes place in the 1860’s, making it Victorian. Lots of shadows, so far, and I’m intrigued enough to keep going.

Kassiah: I finished Shredded by Tracy Wolff yesterday and OMG I LOVED IT! If you love New Adult (and the doucheward types), you’ll love this too! We’ll be having a giveaway next week, so be sure to come back for that!

I’m getting ready to start Winter’s Tale by Mark Helprin, but it’s so huge (twss). Have any of ya’ll read it? It’s like 800 pages long! I have to read it before I go see the movie, and I am so excited about that:

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xo-The Steam Team

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