I have two wildly different book to talk about again in my latest arc roundup, and they’re both great for such different reasons! Keep reading to find out what I think of Common Goal by Rachel Reid, the latest m/m hockey romance in her Game Changers series, as well as Courtney Milan’s newest historical romance, The Duke Who Didn’t.
So this post is coming a lot later than I anticipated. But the good news is, because I waited so long, I’m able to add a few recently announced releases that I’m pretty excited about! Continue reading
I’m back with another pair of reviews for my When Old Meets New reading project with Jenica at Firewhiskey Reader! The historicals we’ve been reading have gone steadily downhill, to the point where neither of us was able to finish For the Roses by Julie Garwood. Fortunately Hold Me by Courtney Milan is excellent, which saved this round from being a complete disaster!
As you might have seen in my haul post earlier this week, I attended Blogger Day at the Romance Writers of America Annual Convention last week! In addition to hauling way too many books, I also had the chance to meet a bunch of authors and other bloggers! Continue reading
So I actually got a ton of reading ton during the second half of April, largely because I got sucked into the world that is Maisey Yates’ Copper Ridge series, though I also read the new Courtney Milan book and finally made it to Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race! Continue reading
So this might be the most depressing book news post I’ve ever put together. I do have a couple of book announcements and cover reveals, but the bulk of this post is about some pretty upsetting things that have been going on in the romance community. Continue reading
February might be a short month, but I still got lots of reading in! It was actually a really solid reading month, so I have some really good books to recommend if you haven’t read them yet. Continue reading
I debated whether to put this list together because 18 books is a lot! And I’m concerned that it will wind up just being stressful for me to give myself a list like this. But one of my main goals in 2018 is to read more diversely across authors and genres, and putting this list together is a good way to remind myself to prioritize some of these books. Plus a few are ones I’ve been meaning to read for ages but just never get around to, so I really do need to read those in 2018! Continue reading
So I’ve generally been pretty pleased with my decision to read books from my shelves, but it does mean that every time I hear someone talking super excitedly about a book they loved, I can’t immediately go out and read it myself. Even if I could, though, sometimes I’m just not in the mood for a book yet or I haven’t heard enough people rave about it.
But eventually it gets to a point where I’m like “I need to read this book!!!” and I feel like I’m seriously missing out for not having read it yet. And that, my friends, is what has inspired this list. Continue reading