“He wasn’t alpha because he played nice when his people were threatened. And his woman? He’d lay waste to the world for her.”
I will start by saying that I am currently rereading the whole Psy-Changeling series adn am planning on writing review for each of them. Slave to Sensation is the first book and so the first review in this series.
“As if reading her mind, Gabriel whispered, ‘You’re everything I’ll ever need.’”
I will start by saying that I was given an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review. These opinions are my own. Thank you so much to Read the Write Book Tours and Heather for sending a copy my way! I am very thankful for be part of this Blog Tour.
I’m here with another addition to the ABC challenge. And the letter of the day is ‘D’.
I’ll failed at this last year and only ended up posting one letter. I’ll be aiming to post every fortnight or so to share with you both my most memorable titles and the books that are still on my TBR which corresponds to each letter of the alphabet.
I am bringing back my recent reads series which I totally abandoned last year. So fingers crossed I stick with it this year! I’m still trying to find the best way to review all the books I read since monthly wrap ups don’t work for me. In these posts I won’t be reviewing the books from the Romanceopoly and Finishing Series TBRs.
I will do my best not to include spoilers for the sequels but just be weary if you want to avoid finding out too much about the storyline.
I cannot believe that March is over and with it is the end of my second month month of Romanceopoly! I completed all the books on my TBR. I’m on track to be able to fulfil all the Moon challenges.
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 Each neighbourhood has been replaced by a genre and each street has a unique challenge within that genre.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.
I’m here with the first edition of my recent reads series. Since last year I was horrible at writing and keeping up with my monthly wrap up posts in 2019, I thought I would try something different for 2020.
Instead of my monthly wrap up, I’m going to make one of these posts after ever 5 books or so I read. I won’t include overall stats like I did in my month wrap up, instead I’ll leave all of that for a quarterly check-in posts.
I’m hoping this will allow me to review more book and more consistently. 2019 was my biggest reading year, I was averaging 11 books a month so having to write a long post at the end of the month was overwhelming so I procrastinated and never ending up writing them. We’ll see how this goes *fingers crossed*