March Romanceopoly TBR

Hello,

I am here today with my third Romanceopoly TBR and I am so excited!

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 Each neighbourhood has been replaced by a genre and each street has a unique challenge within that genre.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. I’ve decided to keep my rolls for March at 5.

On to the books and prompts!

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First Roll

March Roll 1

New View

 

Read a friends to lovers new adult romance

Him

 

 

I read Good Boy by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy and unfortunately I wasn’t really a big fan it. The only part I did like was Jamie and Ryan. So I though why not read Him which is all about Jamie and Ryan’s romance, which is friends to lovers 😍😍😍 which is a favourite trope of mine!

I don’t know too much about the story apart from the fact that they are best friend and that they play hockey.  I’ll be interested to see how their relationship unfolds.

 

 

 

 

 


Second Roll

March Roll 2

Library

 

Free choice

 

The Rich Boy

 

I adore Kylie Scott’s writing. She is hilarious and I find myself laughing way too loud in public. I also love how a lot of her books have plus-size heroines which as a plus-size lady myself, I really appreciate it.

This is giving me some serious a Cinderella vibes which I love. Also the whole busboy is actually a Billionaire in disguise has peeked my interest. Beck sounds totally charming and smart and I’m expecting I’ll fall in love him with.

 

 

 

 

 


Third Roll

March Roll 3

Post Office

Read an epistolary romance

Written on His Skin

 

 

Honestly, I don’t know much about this book and I picked from the recommendations the lovely ladies over at Romoanceopoly have put together. This book had already been on my TBR so I thought it would be the prefect time to get to it.

All I know is that it’s military romance. Abigail agrees to write a letter to a solider who’s deployed overseas. She expects it to be a fleeting exchange, however it grows into something more. Which is awkward since when he asked for a photo of her, Abigail gave him a photo of someone else.

 

 

 

 


Fourth Roll

March Roll 4

Fated Folly

Read a fated mates paranormal romance

Cry Wolf

 

Patricia Briggs is one of my favourite paranormal writers. Her Mercy Thompson series is incredible. Cry Wolf is the first book in a spin-off series which focuses on Charles and Anna.

Anna never knew werewolves existed until she survives an attack and become one. Anna plans to keep her head down and avoid dominate male wolves. The Charles the enforcer—and son—of the leader of the North American werewolves come into her life and insists that she his mate.

Fated mates is my all time favourite trope and I cannot wait for this one!

 

 

 

 


Final Roll

March Final Roll

Lovers Lane

Read a LGBT romance which isn’t a contemporary

Ravensong

 

I finished Wolfsong last year and it’s one of the best paranormal romances I’ve ever read. I’m excited to be back at Green Creek.

This story follows Gordo and Mark, who’s backstory was mentioned in the first book. Gordo harvests rage and hunt towards Mark, he’s ex lover who left. Which means this is a second-chance romance! which is a trope I recently discovered and am loving.

I hope we still get to see Ox and Joe because I love them with all of my soul!

 

 

 

 

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That’s all for me. Comment down below and let me know which books are you reading this month.

Until next time, happy reading!

Dearna

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