I’m a few days later than I expected getting the second part of March’s reviews for the unreviewed books post out, but better late than never, right?
I’m going to be all rewieved out before I get caught up on these, but let’s move on to March! Here’s hoping past Kim did a better job of putting literally ANY review on Goodreads in March than she did in January or February.
Let’s move on to February! I didn’t read as many books in February because of life reasons. I also reviewed exactly zero of the ones I did read.
I read — and didn’t review — so many books in January that I needed to break them up into two posts. Here’s the second half of my quickie reviews of the unreviewed.
Yes, January 2022. You read that right. I’m trying to make up for lost time here, folks, so I’m re-upping an old post format I haven’t used since February 2020.
My Thoughts Here’s a fun fact about me — more often than not, when it comes to some of my favorite authors, I don’t even read a blurb before requesting/buying/beginning to read a book. I have this certain level of […]
I’m simultaneously kicking myself for waiting so long to read The Knockout Rule and thrilled that I waited because I loved it so much.
Brighton Walsh can do no wrong in my book. I know I’m always going to get the perfect mix of swoon and steam when I pick up one of her books.
I don’t read many new adult/college romances these days, but I had to make an exception for Sarina Bowen’s latest book, Boyfriend.