Quite a few books to add today. I did finish Exile's Valor, then went on to read the rest of Tammy's Immortals series. I also read three others not related to either author; two I liked, but the third didn't impress me.
Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover, by Sarah MacLean, is the fourth and final book in a historical romance series. I have the others and enjoyed them immensely. This last book is about the fourth partner in a London gaming hell, called Chase. There's a secret about Chase that I won't spoil for those who haven't read the first three. Suffice to say that Chase is a complicated character. I enjoyed this one in the series, as well.
I finished Dale Kutzera's Andy McBean and the War of the Worlds just a few minutes ago. It's a middle-grader adventure book inspired by (surprise, surprise) HG Wells' War of the Worlds. I really liked it. Andy is a sixth grader who went through cancer treatments last school year and is trying to deal with being Cancer Boy in school when aliens invade and capture his entire town. He and a few others meet a sympathetic alien and have to figure out how to stop them. It was a good adventure.
The book I wasn't impressed with was Jade Kerrion's Perfection Unleashed. It's the first book in a sci-fi series. It stopped abruptly. It technically had a wrap-up and ended at an endpoint, but it just didn't work for me. The characters it seemed she wanted you to care for were either meh or assholes. The hero character was such a Gary Sue I wanted to toss my cookies. He says he's not a masochist but he willingly let's everyone abuse him. Sorry, not working for me. I'll skip the rest of the series.
The other books were re-reads so you can assume I love them.
Exile's Valor, Mercedes Lackey
Wolf-Speaker, Tamora Pierce
Emperor Mage, Tamora Pierce
The Realms of the Gods, Tamora Pierce
I may go back to Doubt or The Race Beat next. Or pick up with Spice. I'm not sure. I have some crafting to do first.