WWW Wednesdays (October 21)


This is a weekly meme hosted hosted by Sam @ Taking On A World of Words. To join in answer the following three questions and hop over to Sam’s and leave your link.

What are you currently reading? 

The Soul Summoner is the first in a new series, and I haven’t had a chance to actually start reading anything more than the dedication, but this is what’s open on my Kindle right now.  

Blessed–or cursed–with a connection to the souls of others, Sloan Jordan can see the best in people… and the worst. For twenty-seven years, she’s kept her ability a secret, but eleven young women have been murdered in the mountains of North Carolina, and Sloan may be the only hope of finding their killer.

She has just agreed to help Detective Nathan McNamara with the case, when a stranger—who is as alluring as he is terrifying—shows up at her doorstep with a dark past and another puzzling mystery: she can’t see his soul at all.

Now Sloan is on the hunt for a deadly psychopath with two irresistible men. One of them would die for her, and the other would kill to keep her safe.

 What did you just finish reading?

Dog-GoneLabradoodle_Cover-640x1024 Mike and the Dog-Gone Labradoodle

I really enjoyed the relationship between the main character, Mike, and his twin sister, Maddie. It is very representative of siblings, and despite their differences (especially at that middle school age), at the end of the day they are still brother and sister. Their interactions with their friends during the investigation was quite humorous, and I was a little disappointed that everything came together so quickly. I thought the book was longer than it was, which makes this a wonderful short read for beginning middle grades readers. The Pet Shop Society mystery series is for readers aged 7-11.

Mike Adams has always been a pretty average kid. He hates homework, loves sports, and spends a lot of his day bugging his twin sister Maddie—because, after all, she deserves it.

But one day, everything changes. Nic Chang’s dog goes missing.

Mike, his sister and their two best friends join forces to search for the truth and, with it, the missing pet. Will Mike and Maddie find a way to put their differences aside and save the day? And just where did that dog-gone labradoodle go?

 What do you think you’ll read next?

Treasured Lies is definitely up next. After the week I’ve had, I need some escape to beautiful waters and sunshine, even if there is a crazy on the loose.

The discovery of The Flying Seahorse, a 13th century shipwreck, nearly killed Archer’s two best friends. Now, with their recovery assured and his fiancée back at his side, Archer can finally hunt for the treasure that has haunted him since his father’s death years before.

Rosalina learned things about herself that she didn’t expect: her capacity to love, her capacity to forgive and her capacity to do whatever it takes to protect the people she loves. Shooting Nox with a spear gun saved Archer’s life, and brought them back together — this time forever. Now she’s with her fiancé, in the beautiful Mediterranean, with a real chance of ending the guilt that’s tortured Archer for two decades.

But Nox isn’t dead, and he hasn’t given up. Archer and Rosalina may believe that they are safe, but nothing could be further from the truth. What once was about treasure is now about revenge — and it’s very, very personal.

 How about you? What are you reading this week?

Leave a comment with your answers! Share the link to your WWW Wednesday post OR leave your answers in the comments if you don’t have a blog. Happy Reading! 🙂

9 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays (October 21)

  1. I’m glad you enjoyed the MG read. Was it an ebook? Your comment about the length has me wondering. Happy reading and thanks for participating in WWW Wednesday!

  2. Your description of the siblings reminds me exactly of my niece and nephew at that age. Even now that they’re at the end of their teens, there’s still a bit of that there.

    I love the sound of Treasured Lies, that might have to go on my TBR as well.

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