March… what a month.
I don’t even know what to say about the month. It was a never-ending blur and felt like it lasted 625319 days.
With everything going on in the world, I found it very difficult to concentrate on reading and so it felt like my worst reading month. What I read was good but the majority of the time, I felt like I was moseying in and out of the stories without getting too stuck in the book because of other worries. Hopefully that wasn’t the case for you! Here’s my wrap-up for what will hopefully (*touch wood*) be the worst month that 2020 throws our way…
P.S. did anyone else pick up more post-apocalyptic books than they usually do? Or just me?
(It was only 2 but that’s still 2 more than I usually read!)
Total # of books: 15
Total # of ARCs: 6
Total # of re-reads: 0
Formats: 3 physical copies, 12 ebooks
The Boss Who Stole Christmas – Jana Aston (Reindeer Falls #1) — 4 Stars
If You Give a Jerk a Gingerbread – Jana Aston (Reindeer Falls #2) — 3 Stars
The One Night Stand Before Christmas – Jana Aston (Reindeer Falls #3) — 4 Stars
Kiss of Vengeance – S Young (True Immortality #2) — 4.5 Stars
Sweet Temptation – Cora Reilly — 4.5 Stars
Love Hard – Nalini Singh (Hard Play #3) — 4 Stars
Love Her or Lose Her – Tessa Bailey (Hot & Hammered #2) — 4 Stars
The Rich Boy – Kylie Scott — 4 Stars
Mercury Striking – Rebecca Zanetti (Scorpius Syndrome #1) — 4 Stars
In Bed with the Earl – Christi Caldwell (Lost Lords of London #1) — 4 Stars
Skin – Kylie Scott (Flesh #2) — 3.5 Stars
The Five-Year Plan – Carla Burgess — 2.5 Stars
Lingus – Mariana Zapata — 4 Stars
Pivot – Kat Martin, Alexandra Ivy & Rebecca Zanetti — 4 Stars
Under Locke – Mariana Zapata — 4 Stars
How did your reading go throughout March?