What’s on your eReader?

Tell me what’s on your eReader for a chance to win an Amazon Gift Card.

I’m always looking for the next great read.  So, here is your chance to share what you’re amazon-gift-cardreading, get me to read it too, and win a $10 Amazon Gift Certificate.

Just post what you’re reading below during the month of December, and if I pick your recommendation, I’ll send you the gift certificate. IOW, convince me that what you’re reading is great.  That easy. So give yourself something for the holidays.

P.S.  If I get 25 comments, I’ll up the gift certificate to $25.

As for what I’m reading . . .

father-christmas-coverIf you’ve been following me for, well like, five minutes, you know that one of my all-time favorite romance authors is Judith Arnold.  Her books are consistently charming, well written, and populated with great characters.

So, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that I’m currently in the middle of yet another delightful Judith Arnold book:  Father Christmas. This is the second in the Daddy School books, and once again, I’m loving it. It’s the perfect book for the holidays.

Oh, and did I mention it’s on sale for .99.  Just click on the cover.

Enjoy the season and don’t forget to let me know what you’re reading.

Pat Keelyn

 

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113 Responses to What’s on your eReader?

  1. Joye says:

    Nothing is on my eReader since I have yet to get one. It is on my wants for Christmas so hope Santa looks at my list.

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      I hope so, too, Joye. So, tell me what you’re reading, even if it’s not on a eReader, and I’ll enter you in the contest.

  2. Aline F Lewis-Pack says:

    Kian by Tijan

  3. Penny Leidecker says:

    The book on my ereader that I’m looking forward to reading the most is Written in the Scars by Adriana Locke. I’ve read great things about it, so I hope I’m not disappointed.

  4. Angie Bailey says:

    I have a lot of books and it’s so hard to choose what to read next. But if I have to pick…
    Golden Blood by Melissa Pearl
    Anti Hero by Skye Warren
    The Pawn by Skye Warren

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      I know, it’s hard, right. Too many books, too little time. Believe me, I know the feeling. I’ll check out your books. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Amber M says:

    Edge of Bliss by Molly Lee is a wonderfully enthralling deeper look into the relationship that forms in her first book Edge of Chaos. Edge of Bliss is only $.99. 🙂

  6. melanie murray says:

    I’m reading Christmas in Eternity Springs, by Emily March
    All of Emily’s books are wonderful

  7. Leena-Riitta Röning says:

    Chance Carter-Princess and Beast this hot stuff not under 18
    I just downloaded Sadie Haller-One Gold Heart and Thea Harrison-Moonshadow
    If I have time at Christmas I read them

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      So, you’ve read them before? If you like hot books, have your tried Brynley Bush. (I think I’m spelling that correctly.) I’ll go look it up. For now, all I can say is, OMG!

  8. Shelly Keller says:

    I’m reading Maybe This Time by Jennifer Snow

  9. Jennifer H says:

    I just downloaded both Mistletoe Mountain – Frankie Love and Unwrapped – KB Winters … getting my holiday fix in ….

  10. Cici Beeler says:

    I’m reading Barreling Through Christmas by Shanna Hatfield.

  11. Marilyn McKInley says:

    Merry CHRISTmas Pat,

    My ” very short” to read list on my Kindle is “The Broken Way” by Ann Voskamp, “When the Hurt Runs Deep” by Kay Arthur, “Delighting in God” by A. W. Tozer and “The Nazi Officer’s Wife” by Edith Hahn Beer.

    What is on your short to read list Pat?????

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      Well, Marilyn, short list? Let’s see, I’m listening to America’s First Daughter about Thomas Jefferson’s daughter. I just started it, so I don’t know what I think yet. But a friend who has similar taste recommended it to me. Next, I want to read the next (2nd) book in the Raven Boy series. I posted about the first one a few weeks ago. Then . . . Too many to count. But those are next.

  12. Lisa Parker says:

    I just finished RELENTLESS by Mallory Crowe. I also finished TAKE THIS PAIN AWAY by Terra Kelly. I also have books by: Elisabeth Naughton, Laura Griffin, Kat Martin, Christy Reece, Christie Ridgway, and many more. Many of these are ARCs at the moment. However, I also buy many books from Amazon since I have many authors I read. The ARCs help me find new authors!

  13. Carol Smith says:

    I am reading Barreling Through Christmas by Shanna Hatfield.

  14. Beth Jones says:

    I have a lot to choose from even though I don’t own a Kindle, I downloaded their free app on my laptop. One of my favorites that I read recently was Protecting Caroline by Susan Stoker. It was the first book that I have read by her and it made me an instant fan of hers. Now I want the rest of the series, even though it is a stand alone novel.

  15. April Weston says:

    Right now , I am reading Shelly Smith Death Stalks Lady

    It is an English mystery novel

    Happy Reading

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      Thanks, April. I really enjoy English mysteries. They’re a different read than American mysteries. I like Elizabeth George and Val McDermid. Have you read either?

  16. Victoria Salcedo says:

    Sweet Cheeks by K Bromberg. It’s sweet and sexy.

  17. Juliette says:

    The Italian by Beverly Preston
    Swing by Adriana Locke

  18. Rebecca Booth says:

    I am reading Rushing Waters by Danielle Steel. Next is Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead, then Right Behind You by Lisa Gardner and Behind d Closed Doors by B.A. Paris! I have been waiting to read all of these!

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      I love Lisa Gardner. She’s also a friend, but I was a fan before I knew her. She is beautiful, talented, and very nice. A triple threat. LOL!! Anyway, I haven’t read Right Behind You, so that definitely needs to go on my list.

  19. Jodi Huffman says:

    I’m reading Dear Mr. Turner. It is by Kit Morgan aka Geralyn Beauchamp. It is 2 of 3 in a series called Mail-order Bride Ink. They are a clean series of mail-order brides. It started with the Prairie Brides. Then Prairie Grooms intermingled with the Holiday Mail-Order Brides. I’ve been reading this series for years. The next book I’m going to be reading when it comes out is by Jenna Bennett. Her series started with A Cutthroat Business. We are now on 14 in that series. If you want one that is not in a series While You Were Mine, by Ann Howard Creek is a very moving story. As I was looking for a book not in a series I noticed that most of the books I read are in a series.

  20. Valerie says:

    I have Paige Tyler- love the Alpha males AND females…….

  21. Stacey Jones says:

    I am currently reading The Redeeming (book 3 in the Age of Faith series) by Tamara Leigh. Ms. Leigh is quickly becoming a favorite author as I struggle to put these books down once I start them. I am also reading Wisdom to Know by Elizabeth Maddrey and Be Committed by Warren Wiersbe. I hope to add a couple Christmas themed books before the end of the month, but finding quality reading time is so hard during the holidays!

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      I know what you mean, Stacey. The holidays really are crazy-making. I love them, but sometimes . . . well, I’m sure you know what I mean. My daughter and kids are going away for the holidays this year, and I can’t decide if I’m sad or relieved. I have a book to finish writing . . . and this will give me the time I need.

      Oh well, than you for the suggestions. As I said, I’m always looking for new-to-me authors and books.

  22. Rachel says:

    I just finished Guardian of the Grail by Elena Bryce. Really enjoyed it. It’s PNR plus involves the grail legend. My favorite book of 2016 was Clones: The Anthology, if you’re into a good sci fi anthology.

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      I LOVE science fiction, and very few of my friends read it, so I’m always looking for new books and never getting enough recommendations. So, I’ll definitely pick up Clones — already put it in my wish list on Amazon. Any other science fiction recommendations? Oh, and the Grail books sounds good too . . . you just grabbed me with the science fiction. 🙂

  23. Jonella Moore says:

    I have about 2000 books on my ereader, lol. Currently in my lineup to read are: Mr. Perfect by JA Huss, Talon by Shae Mills, Forever and Always by Jasinda Wilder, Beneath These Lies by Meghan March and Jake Undone by Penelope Ward. I read about 10 books a week.

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      Ten books a week! Wow! When I was really cranking on the reading, my best was about three a week. So, can you pick a favorite?

  24. Patricia Blair says:

    Truth or Beard (Winston Brothers Book 1)
    By Penny Reid

  25. I have BINTI by Nnedi Okorafor -https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00Y7RWXHU/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1479767562&sr=1-1&pi=SL75_QL70&keywords=binti+kindle#nav-search-keywords and
    Captive by Kiru Taye – https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01MF5XTFL/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1481662083&sr=8-3&pi=SL75_QL70&keywords=kiru+taye

  26. Roger & Jean Fauble says:

    Yesterday it was Recoil by Joanne MacGregor. Today it was the audio of Scarred by the same author, both awesome reads! Recoil is the first book in a must read trilogy.

  27. Nancy Jones says:

    I am reading Trusting Fate. So far it is really good.

  28. Leanne Rogers says:

    There are over 6000 books on my reader! no that’s not a typo I’m addicted lol
    Ok I’m looking forward to reading Family Sins by Sharon Sala.

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      6000! I know I have a lot, but I don’t think I have that many. LOL!!

      I know Sharon Sala. I was the editor on one of her books (The Boarding House) for Belle Books. Let me know how you enjoy Family Sins.

  29. Sherry H says:

    I’m reading Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop.

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      I love Anne Bishop’s books. I’ve read Murder of Crows and the 2nd in the series — though I ‘m forgetting the title. I was just thinking the other day that I needed to read the 3rd. So, have you read her other books? I loved the Black Jewels series . . . one of my all-time favorite mashup genre books.

  30. Amy Rosbury says:

    Justice for Sara by Erica Spindler. Absolutely a great read and I have started reading more of her books. This was the first one I read and then read Blood Vines. I hope you take a look and enjoy her book as much as I have.

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      Amy, I’m a huge Erica Spindler fan and count her as a friend. I haven’t read Justice for Sara. I’ll go look it up.

  31. Norma Sterbenz says:

    What’s on my e-reader? Too many books to list. I’m currently reading the ‘All I want for Christmas’ boxed set written by some of my favorite authors and some authors who are new to me. The proceeds from the sale of the set go to benefit diabetes research. I have a whole list of TBR books now because my favorite authors gave their readers free e-books for Christmas.

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      Thanks for telling me about the anthology, Norma. Debbie Maccomber! You can’t go wrong with anything she writes. Also, my mom was diabetic so I’m always up for contributing to diabetic research. Thank you!

  32. Ann Sousa says:

    Womanizer by Katy Evans

  33. Carolyn Fields says:

    I am reading Rentless by Mallory Crowe. Then I’ll read Dirty Hacker by Tia Lewis and Roxy Sinclaire.

  34. Carolyn Fields says:

    Not sure this is a duplicate? I am reading Relentless by Mallory Crowe and then I’ll read Dirty Hacker by Tia Lewis and Roxy Sinclaire.

  35. Lisa Harness says:

    Something Buried, Something Blue by Lorena McCourtney

    Magnolia Story by Chip & Joanna Gaines

  36. Kim Holliday says:

    I just finished Anarchy Found by JA Huss

  37. LINDA BASS says:

    ON MINE IS THE SHADOW FALLS SERIES BY C. C. HUNTER AS LOVE VAMPIRES!!

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      I’m on again off again with vampires. I’ll get on a vampire kick, and then I’m off it. LOL!! I really loved the the Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris. Did you read them?

  38. Renee kalmanson says:

    POISEN evidence by Rachel Grant. I love her series not only for the suspense and love stories, but also because Rachel throws some interesting little knowledge tidbit about history that just sucks me in. This on has been just as good!

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      Renee — I was in an box set with Rachel and have been meaning to read one of her books. She’s a really nice woman and I’ve heard good things about her books. Thanks for the recommendation.

  39. Linda Horin says:

    I just finished reading “The Whiskey Sea” by Ann Howard Creek, and thoroughly enjoyed it. I would highly recommend it.

  40. Linda Horin says:

    That is Ann Howard Creel. Darn spellchecker!

  41. Wanda Huff says:

    Light After Dark by Marie Force is on my Kindle. This is the most recent book in the Gansett Island series.

  42. Penny Moore says:

    I have Pride, Prejudice & Zombies on my e-reader.

  43. Connie Reynolds says:

    Just finished Chaos by Patricia Cornwell. Do not waste your time! I was a big Scarpetta fan for the longest time. Have missed some books lately so I thought I HAD to catch up. I read and read and read. I invested so much time I thought something awesome was going to break anytime. It did break but not until there were only 20 or so pages left. About six pages of action and wrap-up. She basically reiterated several novels throughout the beginning. I realize the need to reiterate, but not to this point. It should have been a short story.
    Sorry to be so negative. When talking about books I almost never complain, but this one just repeated itself over and over.
    I did enjoy Kyra Jacobs Her Unexpected Detour. A real feel good book. You know it when you start what is going to happen but the journey is worthwhile.

    • Pat Keelyn says:

      Thanks, Connie. I try never to say anything negative about a book online, either. But, I’m not a Patricia Cornwell fan. That said, a lot of readers love her, so this is just my opinion. I’ll take a look at Her Unexpected Detour. I love “feel good” books.

  44. Divya Bhat says:

    I am reading Immortal: the chosen by Terra James.

  45. Bonnie James says:

    Lichgates by SM Boyce

  46. charlene lasiter says:

    Just finished Yours Completely: A Cinderella Love Story (Billionaires and Brides #1) & I’m starting Yours Truly (Billionaires and Brides #2) all by Krista Lakes.

  47. Karri Currin says:

    Heartbeats by Sarah O’Rourke. Love this book!!

  48. Pat Keelyn says:

    Thanks, Sarah. I’ll look it up.

  49. Avril says:

    I’ve just finished a box set by Susan C Daffron Love laughter and fur books 1-4 of the Alpine Grove series. I have 2 dogs and loved the series which as the title suggests includes dogs laughter and romance.

  50. Pat Keelyn says:

    Wow, you all are awesome. Keep the recommendations coming. Of course, I have no idea how I’m going to pick just one of these books. LOL!!

  51. Laura Fidorowicz says:

    I just finished The Spire by Kate Canterbary. This is book 6 of the Walsh series but can be read as a standalone. It was sad and funny. Hands down the best book I read in 2016!!

  52. Lindsay says:

    I’m currently reading The Operator by Kim Harrison. I was supposed to have read and reviewed in in November, but real life has been interfering.

  53. Angie Fournier says:

    I have the Wicked Winter anthology on one of my e-readers. I haven’t started it, but it’s my next read.

  54. Mary Preston says:

    THE GOOD PEOPLE by Hannah Kent. Her book BURIAL RITES was superb. THE GOOD PEOPLE sounds amazing too.

    From the book description: “The fires on the hills smouldered orange as the women left, pockets charged with ashes to guard them from the night. Watching them fade into the grey fall of snow, Nance thought she could hear Maggie’s voice. A whisper in the dark.”

  55. Pat Keelyn says:

    Wow, Mary. this looks really good. I went and added it to my wish list on Amazon. Thank you.

  56. Susan Wilson says:

    I recently finished reading One Enchanted Eve: A Novella by Melissa Tagg. This novella conveyed such a good heartwarming story of redemption during the holiday season. The story seemed like a novel in that it was full of content and I didn’t feel cheated at the end. It drew me right in to Maple Valley with all of its’ quirky characters!

  57. Janice Hampton says:

    I’m currently reading Extreme Honor by Piper Drake. It’s proving to be very well written. It’s about a dog kennel that trains dogs for the military and police. A lot of action and romance. Love it!

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