June is upon us. Here’s what I plan on reading this month, and hopefully reviewing.
Northanger Abbey – Jane Austen
My Lady Notorious – Jo Beverley — With Jo Beverley’s passing book recommendations have been popping up all over. This series seems to be a favorite.
Tempting Fortune – Jo Beverley
Something Wicked – Jo Beverley
Only Beloved – Mary Balogh —The ending of the Survivors series. I’m curious to see how she did the Duke’s story.
Silk for Seduction – Loretta Chase — I won the 4th in this series from Caroline Linden’s Facebook page (It’s signed!!). Plus, I’m on a mission to read more books that I own, and I can’t start with the 4th book in the series.
Be Not Afraid – Alyssa Cole — I’ve been wanting to start reading more American Historical Romances. This seems to be right up my alley.
Wicked Intentions – Elizabeth Hoyt
The Lawyer’s Luck – Piper Huguley
A Gentleman Never Tells – Eloisa James — (releases June 28th) The first chapter was enough for me to preorder it without a second thought a few months back.
Marrying Winterborne – Lisa Kleypas — (releases May 31st) I am really dying to get my hands on this one.
Six Degrees of Scandal – Caroline Linden
Here are some random bits that I’ve stumbled upon over the last few weeks.
An interview with Lisa Kleypas.
If you’re wanting to expand your reading a bit, Book Riot had an article listing multiple trans writers in various genres, but not romance. From a few years back, SBTB has a post with readers commenting their recommendations for a trans romance books.
As someone who majored in History in college, I found this list interesting.
Amazon announced the most well-read cities (from April 2015-April 2016). Nashville made it on. Did your city?
Here’s a list of the best doughnut shops to stop at while vacationing. If you’re in Nashville, Donut Den is pretty damn good so stop in (we go whenever we’re out and about in the area in the morning).