I thought it was time today to update you all on what I’ve got out from Kindle Unlimited right now. I did a post like this back in August and I thought now was a good time to go through the different ones I have now. So without any further ado, let’s get into it.
Always Only You by Chloe Liese
This was one of the ones I had last time I did one of these posts. To be quite honest with you, I kind of forget it’s on my Kindle because it’s quite a few pages back now. I originally borrowed this in November of last year, so ideally it would be nice to read it before the end of the year. I know I’ll enjoy this and that it’ll be a reasonably quick read, so I just need to actually do it. I also know that more books are out in this series now so I’m definitely behind on it.
Song of the Forever Rains by E.J. Mellow
This is another one that I had from last time. I have started reading this—I read the first 9% which really isn’t a lot, but I guess it is something. I know that I will eventually get back to this as I have a copy of the sequel from NetGalley. I wasn’t completely in love with the start, but I do think it’ll be an interesting story once I get into it. My reading is just a little bit all over the place at the moment and this hasn’t been a priority. I know I’d like to get through a few more NetGalley books before the end of the year so I should probably work on this one so I can read the sequel!
Dragon’s Gift by Jada Storm and Jasmine Walt
I can’t remember what first drew me to this one, other than maybe the cover. I mean, it is very gorgeous and I’m a sucker for these types of covers with detailed illustrations. Looking it up for the post made me excited about it again—it is, of course, dragons but there’s also a reverse harem, which is something I’ve been sort of dipping my toes into lately. I’m excited to give this a shot.
A Court of Honey and Ash by Shannon Mayer and Kelly St. Clare
I’m very intrigued by this one—it’s fae but it sounds different to anything I’ve read before. I’m also becoming a big fan of Kelly St Clare’s. You might have noticed that I’ve been sharing quite a few reviews on her books in my mini-reviews and for the most part, I’ve been loving them. I wasn’t a fan of the last book I read of hers where she was co-writing it, but I’m willing to give this one a chance. My friend Lana is a huge of Kelly St Clare as well as was the one who got me to read her, and she did like this one so I’m holding out hope.
Gild by Raven Kennedy
I feel like I’ve seen a bit of hype for this lately, but I honestly don’t know if that’s just because Angel and I have talked about it multiple times. But this is a King Midas retelling, which sounds pretty cool. I don’t really have too much else to say about this one.
Wicked Games by Kel Carpenter
This is definitely the one on the list I’m most excited about. I just read book one in this series, Lucifer’s Daughter, and now I’m ready to move on to this one. I’m going to be talking about this at length in another post, so I’ll leave this here for now.
A Touch of Brimstone by McKenzie Hunter
And finally, I picked this one up yesterday because it came up as a suggestion when I was looking for Wicked Games, so I figured I’d give it a shot. I don’t really know what it’s about beyond the fact that it’s magic-related. I don’t know, we’ll see how I go with this one. Maybe it’ll really surprise me!
And that’s the post for today. Do you have anything out from Kindle Unlimited at the moment?