Reading Blog Week 2

Books, Library, Education, Knowledge, Study, School
Image is from Pixabay

Okay, I just finished seeing 800 plus emails, so now I can sit down and talk about my reading week and hopefully make some sort of plans too. I wanted to finish more than I did, but life and I had to work this week too ate from my reading time. However, I still managed a couple. The highest rating I gave was four stars which I gave to An Unexpected Kind of Love by Hayden Stone; it has a bookstore and a cute male-male romance which is just what I needed this week.

Shared History: A Novel


I had such a hard time with Shared History by Red L. Jameson, but most of it was my mistake because I made a list with the books on my kindle that LGBT+. Somehow, I added Shared History to that list, so I went into it thinking it is LGBT+ when in fact, it isn’t. Although while reading at one point, I thought Duke (one of the main characters) was aces. Yet, when you read further into the story, the reason behind his actions. Plus, books that have time travelling seem to be a hit and miss with me.

Destination Sawyer (Rio Riendo #0.5)


I also read Destination Sawyer (Rio Riendo #0.5) by Argentina Ryder, which I liked enough to get book one: Life, Love, and Other Inequalities. A full-length novel with the same characters from Destination Sawyer. The 2022 releases I did on my TBR are: Call Me Cassandra by Marcial Gala, Anna Kushner, The Bone Spindle (The Bone Spindle #1) by Leslie Vedder and The Paris Bookseller by Kerri Maher.


Alex

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