I’m linking up with It’s Monday! What are you reading? hosted by Kathryn of The Book Date later on today. Kathryn took over this weekly, Monday meme from Shelia of Book Journey who had taken it over from J Kayne Book Blog. This meme is not just about adult books either. If you read picture and chapter books, juvenile fiction, or even YA, they count as well. Jen Vincent of Teach Mentor Texts and Kellee of Unleashing Readers give this Monday, book post link up a kid-focus.
Afternoon; how is your Monday going so far?
Do you work out to music? If so, what gets you movin?
Here’s my current playlist; it’s been adjusted now and then when I get tired of certain songs:
My mouth’s also full of an Asian slaw salad from Costco and of a sunnyside up egg; this is how I fuel my body with protein after my workout and get in my veggies.
This past week has been one of adjusting back to PST and of finding something to wear to my cousin’s wedding and finding shoes for the tween.
The wedding was in San Mateo at the Marriot. It was a beautiful, simple ceremony. The bridesmaids looked beautiful in their dresses; the groomsmen looked good in their suits. The bride and groom were shining with happiness.
There was even lion dancing to bless the new couple after the ceremony was completed. It was great to see an all female crew playing the instruments. The performance was long and the first, few people in each row got to pet the lions. The tween did.
Beneath These Chains (Beneath #3) by Meghan March
This book was about Lord and Elle. I liked the confidence of Lord and how he took care of his woman. I liked how Elle knew her merchandise, spittin her knowledge on items for the pawn shop.
The mystery part was slightly awkward for me. I didn’t know who was the killer but when it came to light, I certainly was surprised. It was a bit believable for me but not all they way. That’s why I gave this book three stars.
Beneath These Scars (Beneath, #4) by Meghan March
This fourth installment was about Lucas and Yve. I totally disliked Lucas in book two; he was such a prick. His arrogance didn’t lessen at all in this read but I started liking him. And I did like Yve, although I did get tired of her usual, yelled comeback. However I enjoyed their story. The dangerous element throughout the plot made sense and finding out who the perpetrator was was certainly a surprise. Four stars. I’ve checked out book five!
Laundry is calling me; does it ever end? The tween has an ortho appointment soon also and we’re going to get boba afterwards. Enjoy the rest of your day. Thanks for stoppin by. TTYS.