April’s been a pretty good month for me. I did a whole lot of reading, and a whole lot of reviewing.
My blog and I celebrated our three month anniversary! I know, I sound super clingy, don’t I? But it’s a big deal. I have commitment issues and three months is a really long time, like almost 100 days. I’m excited to finally have some meaningful stats to play with. I can’t wait to start trying different post types and seeing what works and what doesn’t.
Which is good and bad, I’ve found I’m pretty happy hiding behind the reviews. But, I’m lead to believe that discussion posts are where all the traffic is at. Eeek, how badly do I want that traffic?
Honestly, I don’t know. This whole book blogging thing is confusing and overwhelming.
Don’t get me wrong, it’s also amazing. I might do a bit of a happy dance every time a publisher sends me a book or I get a NetGalley approval. But at the same time, it’s sort of strange.
Does anyone else feel like it’s just a huge mistake and the publishers are going to ask for all their books back?
Anyway, let’s take a look at my month. It’s far more interesting than my whining, I promise.
Please try not to drool on any of the covers!
After All – is a beautiful story about women overcoming hardships. It deals with some heavy topics but I think it’s an important book to have out there.
For Crosby – was a super sweet read that left me with a goofy grin and reminiscing about my university days. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a quick feel-good book.
Forbidden – recommended to anyone looking to read something on the darker side. This book will not leave you with a smile on your face and warm fuzzy feelings, so be prepared for that.
Hard Line – was an emotional roller coaster, but so good. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading love stories but might be interested in exploring the naughtier side of the genre.
Mornings on Main – was a beautiful, engaging, and well-written story. I would recommend it to anyone who is looking to take a break from their reality and get lost in the drama of a small town for a few hours.
Spice – was a well-written book with relatable characters and enough drama and angst to keep me interested. I’d recommend it to pretty much everyone who likes a good story with a lot of naughty scenes.
Too Hard to Resist – was a wonderfully engaging book that put a goofy grin on my face. I’d recommend this book to anyone looking for a light-hearted read to keep you company on the beach.
Top Shelf – was a quick fun read perfect for a lazy Saturday afternoon. I recommend it to anyone seeking a charming read full of euphemisms and innuendo. This book will have you smiling with every page.
Doctor’s Orders – was a sweet and engaging read. I was hooked from the beginning and wanted more. This book would be perfect for anyone trying to find a nice relaxing weekend read.
Five Dares – was a sweet story that highlighted the importance of finding your voice and fighting for what you really want.
Hope at Christmas – was a well written and enjoyable read. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a sweet book that will leave you with a smile on your face.
After Hours – was a well written and engaging book. It was a sweet story about falling in love and finding yourself. It’s sure to leave you with a smile on your face and a desire for some shower time fun.
Never Been Good – was engaging, well written and something I would recommend for anyone seeking a book to curl up with for the weekend.
Rock Star’s Heart – was a sweet engaging read that left me with a smile on my face. It was a bit of a different take on the overdone rockstar trope.
Total Bravery – was an engaging and entertaining read. I would recommend it to anyone who loves animals and clean romance novels.
Hot Response – was a well written and engaging tale about a firefighter and an EMT. I’d recommend it to anyone looking to read a tried-and-true love story.
Soul to Keep – was a wonderful read that offers a look into the life of a person struggling with addiction. It’s not an uplifting feel-good book but I think it was a valuable read.
A Hot Montana Summer – kept me up reading “just one more chapter” until almost 2 AM. That wasn’t when I finally found the strength to put the book down; it was when I ran out of chapters.
Tempting the Rancher – a solid read if you enjoy stories about life on a ranch. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a light read that will leave you with a smile on your face.
Let’s Chat! ❤ How has your April been? How many books have you read and what was your favorite book this month?