(… or other e-reader?)
Almost everything K. J. Charles has ever published! Romancing the Werewolf by Gail Carriger. Amethyst by Lauren Royal. (#2 thinks she deleted Amethyst, but she loves the Temptation series, especially the Consent is Sexy parts of Tempting Juiliana, even if sometimes that heroine is pretty silly– note that the first in that series is still 100% free for kindle and a good read/reread)
Random fantasy novels that I got a deal on: The Native Star by M. K. Hobson; Not Dark Yet by Berit Ellingsen (I don’t remember reading this but apparently I did; I have no memory of it); The Final Formula by Becca Andre (tried to read further in this series but petered out); Ghosts of Tsavo by Vered Ehsani. Here’s me talking about some of this before.
The Amsterdam Assassin series by Martyn V. Halm.
Several books by Martha Wells (Wheel of the Infinite; City of Bones; etc.). (#2 has all of these in paperback because her hardbacks from high school disappeared for some reason… maybe her BIL ended up with them?)
Assorted detritus, short story collections, un-great romance novels, terribly-written fantasy (although I’m trying to delete most of this stuff). [#2 only keeps very good and great romance novels on hers– even the sub-par Heyer got deleted.]
A couple of the Vorkosigan books by Lois McMaster Bujold; I have most of them in paper books instead.
Here’s some earlier posts on this topic, with links to mostly free or in a few cases inexpensive stuff. (#2 has literally hundreds of books on her kindle– btw, did you know you could get Shellabarger and Sabatini books for free on your kindle? #2 had no idea that Sabatini wrote so many boring terrible books in addition to classics like Captain Blood, Scaramouche, and The Sea Hawk.) (#1 still prefers paper books.) (#2 does too except for traveling which she does a lot of, thus the need for more ebooks. I’m pretty sure my sister ended up with my Sabatini hardbacks.)
We’re gearing up for holiday reading [and conference trips]… be sure to click our “books” tag to see all kinds of things we’ve read and loved in 2018 (and before).
That oughta keep me occupied for a while! Whatcha got, Grumpeteers?