Friday, April 7, 2017

What Deanna Read #14: March 2017

I blinked and it became April. Seriously, this year is going FAST!

And you know what? March was a good reading month for me. Granted, there were a lot of shorter reads and a few DNFs but overall a good month. Yay me!!











Whew! What a month! Lots of ups and downs. I will talk about the ups. :-)

It goes without saying: Archangel's Heart by Nalini Singh was excellent. I adore Raphael and Elena. I think they are one of my favorite couples in romance.

His Royal Princess by Jessica Clare was a fun, short read about a princess with a crush on a movie star. It was all very sweet.

Maddie Wade did a great job with Love Divided. If you love your romantic suspense and an awesome overall story arc, lots of characters and a story with a lot of heart, then you'll love this.

Viable Threat by Julie Rowe as much anticiapted. I have been waiting for this book for such a long time. Glad to have finally got my grubby little hands on it and I LOVED it.

Of course, Wild & Sweett by Rhenna Morgan was exactly that. Wild and sweet. Zeke was a wonderful hero. Protective, patient, tender, strong. I fell in love with him.

And for something sexy, Head of Household by Lily Harlem brings some kink and hanky spanky into a Victorian era historical with was lots of fun.

That's it from me. What did you read for this last month? Do leave a comment and let me know.

And stay tuned for Helen's reading list for the month too.


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4 comments:

  1. Deanna

    You did have a good month I do really love seeing what people have read each month so many recommendations :)

    Have Fun
    Helen

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    1. It's the best I've done in a long time.

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  2. I really enjoyed Clare's. She did a good job with that one. I have all of Morgan's on my list. Just haven't gotten to them. *flails*

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    1. Oh yes, that was a good book and fun too.

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