September 2022 in Review

Another awesome month in the books! September flew by and I enjoyed some really great reads and was thrilled to dive into some excellent paranormal romances. Here's to an awesome October!

September 2022 in Review | About That Story

The Wolf (Black Dagger Brotherhood: Prison Camp #2) by J. R. Ward
The Wolf was exciting and intense and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I thought the characters were fantastic and there was an excellent build as Lucan and Rio found their way together. I loved the twists and turns along the way, I was hooked the entire time.

The Viper (Black Dagger Brotherhood: Prison Camp #3) by J. R. Ward
The Viper was amazing! There was an incredible build as the story unfolded, histories were learned, and details came to life. I loved all the drama and action and the truly remarkable characters. It was intense and entertaining all rolled into one. Exceptional read!

The Dark King (Deviant Kings #1) by Gina L. Maxwell
I loved everything about The Dark KingIt was totally entertaining and exciting to read with fantastic characters, a fascinating world, and super-hot sexy times. It had a great vibe right from the start and I was all in!

Something in the Heir by Suzanne Enoch
Overall, this was a good story but I didn’t love it. I did feel invested while reading, I liked the details and descriptions and build to the end.



September 2022 in Review | About That Story
Thank you to Entangled Publishing, Gallery Books, and Laney Hatcher for the gifted books. I am incredibly grateful!

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. In September, I listened to the following favorites:

Definitely Dead by Charlaine HarrisAmazon | Audiobook
Getting Played by Emma ChaseAmazon | Audiobook | My Review | Favorite Book of 2019

There are so many awesome new releases on my list but I'm really looking forward to reading an older book this month, Wild Card by Lora Leigh, which was released in 2008. What are you planning on reading in October? Let me know!