May reads and what comes next

I started this blog in the beginning of May, so even though it’s barely 1 month old, I’m so happy with the progress.



In many ways my May reads have been both relaxing, amazing, frustrating and at times, downright annoying. The frustration and annoyance has more to do with my inability to let a series go once I’ve started it. Even when I find that I don’t like the plot and characters, my curiosity won’t be satisfied until I know what happens.  This is quite an annoying thing because if I really don’t like the book, it becomes chore reading, which is just UGH! I guess my resolution should be to learn to DNF books. But on the bright site, I’ve found a few new authors in May and except for one of them, I plan to explore more of their books.

So, what have I been reading in May:

Since I’ll be doing a page count for one of my Goodreads groups, I thought it would be fun to display them here too.

Legends Reborn by Eva Chase – book 1, 2 & 3

Magic Waking – 289 pages
Soul’s Blade – 275 pages
Dragon of Destiny – 269 pages

American Goddess by Vivienne Savage – book 1

Divine Ambrosia

Divine Ambrosia – 302 pages


A Dia Mclearey Novel by J B Miller – book 1, 1.5, 2 & 3

Dianthe Rising – 304 pages
Fae Dominance – 218 pages
Dianthe’s Awakening – 229 pages
Dianthe’s Darkness – 165 pages

The Order of Akasha by E.M. Moore – book 4

Indulged By Magic

Indulged by Magic – 248 pages

Deadly Captive trilogy by Bianca Sommerland – book 1, 2 & 3

Deadly Captive – 372 pages
Collateral Damage – 348 pages
The End – 234 pages

Their Dark Valkyrie by Eva Chase – book 1

Claimed by Gods

Claimed by Gods – 260 pages

The Four Horsemen by L.J. Swallow – book 7


Reckoning – 260 pages

Daughters of Olympus by Charlie Hart & Anastasia James – book 5

Their Goddess

Their Goddess – ?? pages

The Phoenix Pack Series by Suzanne Wright – book 1

Feral Sins

Feral Sins – 428 pages

The Princess’ Harem by Penelope Wren – book 1


Unsuitable – 224 pages

Her Deadly Harem by Savannah Skye – standalone

Her Deadly Harem

Her Deadly Harem by Savannah Skye – 193 pages

Colton Farms by M.E. Parker – standalone

Colton Farms

Colton Farms by M.E. Parker – 287 pages

The Ravana Clan Legacy by E.M. Moore – Book 1

Ravana Clan Legacy - A create your own harem serial

The Ravana Clan Legacy by E.M. Moore – 72 pages

Unfortunately, there is one book I don’t know the page count for. It’s not displayed properly in my Kindle edition and, it’s not listed on Amazon or Goodreads. So, I won’t be counting them. But even without, the total is = 4977 pages read in May. I’m pretty okay with that.

Not all the books I read was purely pleasure reads (though I did enjoy the hell out of them).


  • Unsuitable
  • Her Deadly Harem



  • Colton Farms


Saying goodbye to a great series is never easy, no matter how much my curiosity demands answers.

Series that was completed in May:

  • Daughters of Olympus
  • The Four Horsemen

Out of those books I’ve read in May, it’s only the Dia McLearey series that I cannot and will not recommend, to anyone. And unless I’m deserted on a lonely island with nothing except that series, or held at gun point, I won’t be re-reading it – and if I am on that deserted island, it is very possible I would use the paper to build a fire instead.


Reading wise I’ll be kicking the first month of summer off with a buddy read and two books from my Goodreads TBR list.


Did you read all the books you wanted to? Is there any you want to recommend or any you won’t be re-reading? I would love to hear about your reads, so comment and let me know.

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