Friday, July 6, 2018

What Deanna Read #29: June 2018

Y'all, I should not even have this post this month. Seriously, it's very sad. I only read two books. TWO books!!! That's all. I had zero time to read and the little time I had to read, I was so stressed with work, I couldn't relax enough to sink into a book. This could be the least I've read in a month in a long, long time. Here's hoping for something better next month.

Here's what I read for the month.

Fortunately for me, both the books I read were enjoyable. Nothing to blow my mind but enjoyable.

Mia's Wedding was highly anticipated since I wanted to know how Mia was getting on with building her little harem. There were some things what didn't quite work for me but I loved the wedding itself. That was the highlight of the story for me.

As for Seven Brothers and a Virgin, well, that's a lot of brothers, isn't it? This story surprised me. I expected it to be one thing and it didn't turn out like that ... in a good way. I enjoyed it a lot more than I thought I would. What saved this story was that each brother got a few chapters of page time and that gave a deep enough look into each character to satisfy me.

I was going to add a third book to this list which I think I'll read by the end of the month but I didn't want to jinx it. I'm honestly not sure if I'll get to it even though I've promised the author I would. But time is a rather precious commoditiy I don't have right now.

That's it from me. What did you read for this last month? Do leave a comment and let me know.

And stay tuned for Helen's reading list for the month too.

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  1. I am sure that things will get better and you will be back reading as normal very soon :)

    I did have a very good reading month in June

    Have Fun


    1. I am not so sure about being back to reading normally soon. This project runs till January and I'm swamped with work.

  2. Another short month. Still on holiday for part of it, so takes a while to get back into reading!

    Fast Vengeance by Kaylea Cross. An excellent finale to the FAST team novels. They really go through the wringer
    The Henchmen of Zenda by KJ Charles. A gay reimagining of the Prisoner of Zenda
    Shelter in Place by Nora Roberts. Nora's usual high standard
    Dark Fire by Cynthia Sax. Another great sci-fi from Cynthia
    Guardian Spirits by Jordan L Hawk. Love everything by them
    No Limit (Drift5) by Susan Hayes
    Cold Blooded (Cold Justice 6) by Toni Anderson. Great procedural
    Edge of Defiance by Trish Loye. Another great procedural
    Leaning into Forever by Lane Hayes. Geordies story

    1. I haven't read Kaylea Cross but she's on my list to read. Love Toni Anderson. Her stories are very good. Have you read Elaine Levine or Maddie Wade. They are good if you enjoy romantic suspense.

  3. I've had months like that. Hopefully things get less stressful and you have time to read more.

    1. I'm not sure to be honest. It's crazy busy so I'm not hopeful. I apologise for not visiting your blog as much too.