WWW Wednesday 19th May 2021

Continuing the meme hosted by Taking on a world of words with this weeks selection of books. You can click on the book titles to visit the Goodreads blurbs if you are interested in any of these books. Where there is no goodreads link I have included the blurb for you!


WWW Wednesday blog post by bexbooksandstuff

You are welcome to join along with this post. The premise being you answer the three following questions.....


  1. What are you currently reading?

  2. What did you finish reading recently?

  3. What do you think you will read next?




Current read

Secrets of Windwood by Jack Reese

I have just started this book as part of an upcoming blog tour with Lovebookstours, the themes are right up my street, vampires, werewolves and witches fighting a battle centuries old but brought into the modern day era. There is a LOT going on and a lot of characters which means I get a little confused every now and then but I think once I get into it I will be able to follow it more clearly. Look out for my review in June!




Blurb

Simon Lord has it all—the beautiful fiancé, the loving family, the sprawling mansion, and the famous last name. Little does he know that what is supposed to be the happiest day of his life will become his last. The little town of Solomon’s Wake has managed to keeps its secrets hidden for nearly a century, but no darkness can lie dormant forever. It only takes one fateful night, one storm, one wedding, for a vampire to rise, a werewolf to escape, and a witch’s age-old curse to rise again.


Decades later, the Lord family is a shadow of its former self. Windwood, the Lord family ancestral home, sits in near ruin as Simon Lord lies in a coma, but life goes on. That is until Joshua Lord makes the fateful decision to return to Windwood with his young family. Curses, as young Jenna Lord finds out, do not have an expiration date. The Lords and their friends find themselves battling vicious werewolves, homicidal grandmothers, the unrelenting spirit of a vengeful witch, and their own dark pasts. The only question is, who will make it out of Windwood alive this time?


Last read

Stolen by KA Woodford

I just finished this fantastic crime thriller, it was gripping and tense and a must read if you love a feisty female and a clever cop trying to uncover the secrets from a current case that links to that of a cold case murder from 15 years ago. You can read my full review here.


Next read

Midnight library by Matt Haig

Up next is our book club read for this month, I have wanted to read this one for quite a while so I am really looking forward to it. It has a lot of hype but also mixed reviews! We shall see what it is like!


Have you read any of these books?

Are you intrigued by any of them?

Let me know in the comments!

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