January Romanceopoly TBR


I am so excited to be taking part the Romanceopoly which a year long reading challenge designed to celebrate and explore all bookish things that are romance.

Like the name suggests, it’s romanced themed Monopoly game which is designed to get you to explore a range of different sub genres. Each neighbourhood has been replaced by a genre and each street has a unique challenge within that genre. Although, some neighbourhoods are a little more diverse and offer a melting pot of different genres to delve into.

The challenge is hosted by the ladies over at PeaceLoveBooksxo and Under the Covers Book Blog. For all the information about the challenge and recommendations can be found at the Romanceopoly website.

I’ve decided that I’m going to make my way around the board using the scenic route option to move around this board. For this route I’ll start at the “Go” square, roll the dice and move forward the number of squares I’ve rolled.

There are 39 streets and amenities all with their own unique prompt to complete. My idea is to roll the die 4 times each month to create my TBR.

On to the books and prompts for January!


First Roll


Roll 1_Jan

Passion Place


Read an erotic romance with a menage or reverse harem



I’ve been waiting to pick up this up since I finished the first book, Groupie, during the 24 hour Smutathon. I’m a sucker for a rockstar romance and I was interest in the how the reverse harem aspect would play out.

I won’t stay much about this story as it’s a sequel but I’m looking forward to see what Lilith — side note, how amazing is that name? — and her five rockstars are up to.

There was a loooot a lot of smut in the first book so I’m assuming this one will also have a lot but I would also like to get to know a little bit more about each of the boys’ dark past.





Second Roll


Roll 2_Jan


Free choice 

Well mET


I cannot believe that I haven’t pick up this book yet! I pre-ordered and still have no read it. Well I’m going to change that in January.

I’m sure you’ve heard of this book, it was one of the big romance releases of the year. It’s an enemies to lovers that set in a Renaissance Fair!

Emily moves back home for the summer to help her sister recover from an accident. She get roped into volunteering for the local Ren Fair because her teenage niece need adult supervision. And drama ensues as Simon’s pirate character flirts with her endless at the fair but doesn’t have time for her otherwise.




Third Roll


Roll 3_Jan

The Gym

Read a book that has a bangin’ body or gorgeously dressed person on the cover



Dammmn those abs 😂😂😂 I think is safe to say that this fits the challenge. Also what is with the tread of headless torsos on books?

This is a sport romance, a soccer romance. To be honest I don’t know much about this book. I saw it on Stephanie on Stephanie’s Romance Book Talk and she loved it so I added it to my TBR.

It’s a romance between injured footballer, Camden Harris, and his doctor, Indie Porter. It’s set in London which I love. I’m excited to get to it and if I like it there are 6 other books in the series and a new spin-off series!




Final Roll


Roll 4_Jan 5.18.13 pm

Campus Corner

Read a new adult where the hero or heroine is a jock


The Risk


I love Elle Kennedy. She writes amazing New Adult Sports romances. So for this challenge I’m going to pick up the next book in her Briar U series, The Risk. 

We follow the story of Brenna Jensen and Jack Connelly, who we met in the first book. There is a slight star-crossed lovers feel to this as Brenna is the daughter of Briar’s head hockey coach and Jack is the captain of Briar rival team.

Kennedy’s writing is funny and sexy. She has created an awesome cast of characters and I’m just excited to get back into this world.






That’s all for me. Comment down below and let me know if you’re taking part in the Romanceopoly and which books are you reading this month.

Until next time, happy reading!


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