Wednesday, October 5, 2022

What Deanna Read #80: September 2022

Kinda doing the last minute thing again, not that you'll notice since this will go up on time. It's me that's all over the place and behind. I've got two hours till my self-imposed deadline. I haven't read much in the month of September. There's been a bit of work while away on the trip, a lot of looking after Steve's mom and doing stuff for her. Y'all, I feel like I'm constantly tired. I need a better pillow and I miss my own pillow because I'm old like that. LOL. Hope you guys had a great September and read some great books.

Here's what I read for the month.

Trusted & True by Rhenna Morgan
Trusted & True
Singe by Aly Martinez
Kiss Me Goodnight by Dani Wyatt
Hired For Heat by Leann Ryans

Knocking Up His Nanny by Olivia Noble
Knocking Up His Nanny
Help Me Remember by Corinne Michaels
Help Me Remember
Hades by Anna Hackett
Dizzy by Cate C Wells

When She Dreams by Amanda Quick
When She Dreams
Fireproof by Hazel J Rose
His Muse by Cassie Mint
His Muse
Only Sunshine by Lucy Darling
Only Sunshine

Hmmm... not many books at all. I've just been distracted and disconnected the last month. Sadness. Hopefully, I'll read more in October.

Since I didn't read much in September, there are not a lot of books to shout out, but there were a few.

Of course, Cassie Mint. His Muse was a brilliant, steamy, sweet romance filled with longing and pining with a rather stalkery hero. Note: stalkers are only sexy in romance. In real life, they are creepy.

Amanda Quick knocked it out of the park with her new historical When She Dreams. It's such a delightful story, and I loved the way she had the hero and heroine dancing around each other as they size each other up, trying to decide if they want to be partners or lovers. Absolutely wonderful. I was smiling the whole time while I read it.

Finally, Anna Hackett released the next book in her new Sentinel Security series. Loved Hades. Matteo is such a delightful, charming hero with a side order of deadly badass. Gabbi is wonderful too. Sweet, sassy, brave, a little awkward, but strong and kickass in her own way. I love the way Ms Hackett portrays her heroines.

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

Stay tuned for what Helen read too.

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  1. A good month for me. Yes, I loved Hades too. Not sure about October. I'm off to Benidorm for 3 weeks, on Friday, so that might scupper the reading time.

    1 The Desert King's Spy by Eve Langlais. Magic and Kings #2

    2 All or Nothing by Cindy Dees. Valkyrie Ops #3

    3 The Breeding Experiment by Laurann Dohner. Veslor Mates #3

    4 The Protector's Vow by Leah Ashton. Shadow Team Six #2

    5 Desperation in Death by J.D. Robb. In Death #55

    6 Love, Lists and Fancy Ships by Sarah Grunder Ruiz

    7 A Rancher's Christmas Kiss by Vivian Arend. Holidays in Heart Falls #5

    8 Enforcer Unleashed by Eve Langlais. Feral Pack #3

    9 Dancing Beneath You by Rosanne Bittner

    10 The Pearl Sister by Lucinda Riley. Seven Sisters #4

    11 Ice Cold Saint by Cynthia Eden. Ice Breaker Cold Case #3

    12 Hades by Anna Hackett. Sentinel Security #2

    13 Hades Free Epilogue by Anna Hackett. Sentinel Security #2.5

    14 Jace by Tasha Black. Alien Adoption Agency #12

    15 Jace Bonus Epilogue by Tasha Black. Alien Adoption Agency #12.5

    16 Always her Love by Melissa Foster. The Steeles at Silver Island #4 Love in Bloom Series

    1. You did great for your September. Mind you, I didn't count the Hades Epilogue as one book. You've got a few on your list that I'm planning to read at some point.

    2. I know the epiligues of books are usually short, like 5 pages! But every little helps. They make up the numbers on my spreadsheet at least!

  2. Ah yes, there were a few really good ones in the mix. I'm always happy when my favorite authors release new books too.