Reading Log

March 2017

All for a Rose by Jennifer Blackstream, Fantasy Romance, virgin read 3-27-2017
quite pleased that author didn’t shy away from intimate scenes while Daman was in half-dragon form

Very Much Alive by Dana Marie Belle, Menage – Paranormal Romance, re-read 3-24-2017
the importance the heroine plays in the heroes’ case seems weak, a bit forced

Someone Else’s Fairytale by E. M. Tippetts, Celebrity – Contemporary Romance, re-read 3-23-3017
was a sweet read, but I still would have liked to see more heated interest from hero

Loving Ashe by Liz Durano, Celebrity – Contemporary Romance, virgin read 3-23-3017
too much family drama for my taste; overshadowed the celebrity theme and the romance

Loch by Harper Bentley, College – Contemporary Romance, virgin read 3-23-2017
was surprised, in a good way, that the hero recovered as quickly as he did from her duplicity—which took up too much time and focus; I didn’t get to know the hero too well by the end

Paris Lights by C. J. Duggan, Abroad – Contemporary Romance, virgin read 3-23-2017
is this hero based sort of on Gordon Ramsey? wish there had been more to the ending

Bound by Honor by Cora Reilly, Mafia – Contemporary Romance, virgin read 3-22-2017
Trope Denied! NOT Running from an Arranged Marriage

Dear Sir, I’m Yours by Joely Sue Burkhart, BDSM – Erotic Romance, umpteenth re-read 3-22-2017
realized for the first time that Burkhart doesn’t use the words “crick” word or “prissy,” despite this being a very erotic read

Vampire’s Mail Order Bride by Kristen Painter, Vampire Romance, re-read 3-21-2017
still disappointed that this is a closed bedroom door romance

SEALed Bride by B. B. Hamel, Contemporary Romance, virgin read 3-20-2017
tropes/genre make-up of this book was maybe 1 part military, 2 part asshole hero, 2 part modern marriage of convenience, and 3 part celebrity

Alphas’ Mate by Leah Brook Menage – Werewolf Romance, umpteenth re-read 3-19-2017
POVs from the heroes were limited, sadly, because there were so many of them and the story was so condensed, and I still was more intrigued by the estranged half-brother raised by the worst enemy

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