April Romanceopoly TBR

Hello,

I am here today with my fourth 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 Each neighbourhood has been replaced by a genre and each street has a unique challenge within that genre.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 April at 5.

On to the books and prompts!

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First Roll

April Roll 1

Library

Free Choice 

You Really Got Me

 

Honestly I don’t know much about it. It’s a rock star romance series which I haven’t read yet and I needed it in my life. I cannot wait to get to this one. And if I like it there is another three in the series!

The romance take place between up and coming band manger, Emmie Valencia and lead singer Slater Vaughn

Emmie has the skills to be the industry’ hottest band manager. She heads to Austin, Texas determined to discover a killer new band.

Emmie crashes with Slater’s band in exchange for some free management. Her industry know-how lands them a spot in the biggest music festival in Texas. Emmie’s industry knowledge isn’t the only thing that catches Slaters attention. Too bad Emmie has sworn off musicians.

Oh my god! This sounds so good! My mind and body are ready for this!

 

 

 


Second Roll

April Roll 2

 

Lady Lane

Read a woman’s fiction novel

 

The Lost Love Song

 

I adore Minnie Darke’s first book, Star-Crossed, which had me totally enchanted! I was thrilled when this book was announced.

One of my favourite elements of Darke’s writing is the global natures of the narrative and we see the consequence of the actions.

The story centres around a love song. In Australia, Arie Johnson waits impatiently for classical pianist Diana Clare to return from a world tour, hopeful that she’ll finally agree to marry him.

During her travels, Diana composes a song for Arie. One night, her love song is overheard and begins a journey of it’s own across the world.

In Scotland, Evie Greenlees is drifting. It’s been years since she left Australia with a one-way ticket and a dream of becoming a poet. Now she spends her days making coffee and she’s not even sure of her relationship status of the guy she lives with.

I bought this the second it came out and I so excited to get to this. This sounds right up my alley!

 

 

 


Third Roll

April Roll 3

Killer Crescent

Read a thriller where there’s a serial killer on the loose

 

Deadly Obsession

 

I thought it would be a good idea to also double up some of these books with my O.W.L.s TBR so I can leave a little room for mood reading.

I honestly don’t know too much about this book apart from the fact that Bae Crate recommended it. It’s a romantic suspenses which isn’t something I’ve read before but they mentioned it was like a romance set in Criminal Minds which is one of my favourite TV shows so I had to buy it! And if I like it there is more books to this series!

We follow new CSI agent, Zoey Wright and her childhood crush, Former Army Ranger Knox Steele as they hunt for the serial killer who’s preying on the women of their hometown.

 

 

 

 


Fourth Roll

April Roll 4

 

Amour Avenue

Read a second chance contemporary romance

Love Her or Lose Her

 

I read the first book, Fix Her Up, last year and I loved it. We were introduce to Rosie and Dominic Vega and we know that everything not doing well in their marriage. Second chance romances are fast becoming one of my favourite tropes.

Rosie and Dominic are the perfect couple: high school sweethearts, best friends, madly in love. Well, they used to be anyway. Now Rosie’s lucky to get a caveman grunt from the ex-soldier every time she walks in the door. Dom is faithful and a great provider, but the man she fell in love with ten years ago is nowhere to be found. When her girlfriends encourage Rosie to demand more out of life and pursue her dream of opening a restaurant, she decides to demand more out of love, too. Three words: marriage boot camp.

Those three words 😍😍😍. Yes I need this in my life! I cannot wait to see how this boot camp plays out.

 

 

 


Final Roll

April Final Roll

 

Courtship Row

Read a historical romance where the hero or heroine is a spy or solider

The Duchess Deal

 

I am new to the historical romance genre and every recommendation video and post mentioned Tessa Dare. So I think it’s time I get to some of her work. I’ve decided to go for the first book in her Girl Meets Duke.

When the Duke of Ashbury returns from war scarred, he realises he needs an heir – which means he needs a wife! When Emma Gladstone, a vicar’s daughter turned seamstress visits wearing a wedding dress, he decides on the spot that she’ll do.

Marriage of convenience is a favourite tope of mine when it come to historical romances. The pair of them have a set of terms and rules of the other. I love the sound of this premise! I’m excited to try Tessa Dare’s work.

 

 

For the full synopsis of each of these book click on the image it will take you to the related goodreads page!

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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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