March 2022 in Review

March turned out to be a pretty fantastic month with some truly awesome reads. You can find all the details below. As for me, I'm ready for warmer weather and some outside reading time before it gets blasted hot. I've got to soak up the goodness while I can. I hope you all have a great April!


March 2022 in Review | About That Story

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Hook, Line, and Sinker (Bellinger Sisters #2) by Tessa Bailey
Officially a favorite of 2022! Hook, Line, and Sinker filled me up in so many ways, I cannot say enough good things. It was an absolutely exceptional story. I laughed, I cried, and I was filled with so much anticipation for Fox and Hannah to come together and to also succeed with their own personal triumphs. My emotions were on a roller coaster and I never wanted to get off. I was immediately in love with them and loved watching them grow over the course of the story.


A Hunger Like No Other (Immortals After Dark #1) by Kresley Cole
Amazon | Full Review
A Hunger Like No Other was absolutely thrilling! It was intense, entertaining, and drama-filled. I loved all the emotion, humor, and passion between Emma and Lachlain and the off-the-charts chemistry they shared. There was an excellent push and pull between them as their feelings grew and they came together. It was so exciting to read!


The Pact (Winslow Brothers #2) by Max Monroe
The Pact was so freaking entertaining with awesome humor and a great mix of sweet and sexy. I loved learning all about the mysterious Flynn and the outgoing and verbally delightful Daisy. I loved their pact about the fake marriage and watching them fall in love. This was just the best, I loved it all!


The Bully (Calamity Montana #4) by Willa Nash
The Bully was so fantastic. It’s one of those stories that totally consumed me because I had to know what would happen next. I loved Cal and Nellie coming together, learning about their history, their amazing chemistry, and feeling the sexual tension and antagonism between them. There were so many incredible moments filled with emotion and passion, I couldn’t get enough!


Beauty and the Baller by Ilsa Madden-Mills
Beauty and the Baller was entertaining, sexy, and sweet. It had fun, playful banter throughout the story that had me grinning and rooting for Nova and Ronan to get together. I had a fantastic time reading it.


Tough Justice (K-9 Special Ops #1) by Tee O'Fallon
Tough Justice was an exciting read that had me guessing the entire time. I loved the action and suspense as Tori and Deck came together in the middle of an intense situation. It was really entertaining with the perfect amount of drama and heat that had me on the edge of my seat.


   
 


  
 


March 2022 in Review | About That Story
Book mail and book store finds for the win! This month I received Neanderthal Seeks Duchess by Laney Hatcher, The Bully by Willa Nash, Things We Never Got Over by Lucy Score, and from Forever Romance, Maggie Moves On by Lucy Score. Thank you to the authors and publisher for gifting me so much goodness. I found seven books in the Immortals After Dark series by Kresley Cole at my local book store too, fantastic find indeed!


My favorite way to reread books is to listen to them on audiobook. I feel like the story is completely new and fresh even though it's one I already know and love. These are the books I enjoyed in March: 

 
Living Dead in Dallas by Charlaine Harris - Amazon | Audiobook
Club Dead by Charlaine Harris - Amazon | Audiobook

 

The Hookup by Kristen Ashley - Amazon | Audiobook | My Review


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I know it's a few months before release but I have to give a big shout-out to Maggie Moves On by Lucy Score. I received an early copy and dove right in... this is one of my FAVORITE books this year. I LOVED IT! It releases June 21 and is available for pre-order. I've got a full post HERE.


What books are on your April TBR? I've got The Secret by Max Monroe and Part of Your World by Abby Jimenez on my list. Let me know what you're looking forward to.



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