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This week has been much better, been staying off social media more this week, I just needed a break from all the hate and violence and cancel culture. My reading was a bit slower this week as I was working on my meal plans for getting back on the healthy track with WW; which I am really excited for. I miss eating healthy, prepping meals ahead of time and feeling more energetic and happy. Having high hopes that this week will be better and I have some great books to look forward to reading this week. I do plan on being better at commenting this week. I have been bad this past week.
Last Week on the Blog
- [8 Jun] Tea and Biscuits Book Discussions: Most Read Authors I’ve Read
- [9 Jun] Grab It Up: Book Releases for June 8 2020
- [10 Jun] Till Death by Jennifer L. Armentrout ★★★★½
- [11 Jun] Throwback Thursday HR Edition: Devils Prize
- [12 Jun] Book Love (193) The Prince’s Bride
- [12 Jun] Frost and Flame by Gena Showalter ★★★★★
- [14 Jun] Smoke and Sin by Shayla Black, Lexi Blake ★★★★★
- [14 Jun] Sunday Post (4)
This Week On The Blog
Review-Glory in Death by J.D. Robb
Review-The Farthest Edge by Kristen Ashley
Review-Beautifully Cruel by J.T. Geissinger
Review-A Bride by Moonlight by Liz Carlyle
Currently Reading .
I am excited to read the second book in this famed series. my library has most of the books available, so since this series is so big planning on 2-3 a month if possible.
Up Next For Reading
New Arrivals at Addicted To Romance
Lusting For Covers
This is TITUS and HUMMINGBIRDS story and I can’t wait for this. I know many readers were hoping for Bluebell’s book….his story will come. In the meantime, I am stoked for what Singh has planned for us with this one. And LOVE this cover. Its gorgeous.
Romance Stepback of the Week
This stepback is from My Lord’s Desire by Margaret Mallory. So pretty, I love the beautiful backdrop-its like a painting… and I adore the medieval knight and lady theme here. There is something about a male in chainmail that gets me every time
Inspiration Gem of the Week