Romanceopoly with Jennifer: July Update

Posted July 27, 2019 by Jennifer in Reading Challenge Tags: ,

Romanceopoly is a romance reading challenge based on the game board Monopoly. It’s hosted by Under the Covers Book Blog and Peace Love Books. I’m using the challenge to help me stay focused on my backlist TBR, but if a new release fits a square I’ll read them for the challenge. I prefer to stick to my older titles, but we all get distracted by the shiny new books.

Books read for Romanceoploy so far:

  1. Women’s Ave: Women’s FictionLove and Other Words by Christina Lauren REVIEW
  2. Bus: TransportWanderlust by Lauren Blakely REVIEW
  3. Magic Row: Paranormal RomanceShades of Wicked by Jeaniene Frost REVIEW
  4. Alien AvenueDark Swan by Gena Showalter (Goodreads review)
  5. Library: Free choice Playing for Keeps by Jill Shalvis REVIEW
  6. Kick-Ass Lane: Urban Fantasy with a picture of a kickass heroine on the cover – Nevermore by Dannika Dark REVIEW
  7. Library: Free choiceStray Magic by Kelly Meding  REVIEW
  8. Firestation Consumed by You by Lauren Blakely  REVIEW
  9. Mystery Challenge #1 . . . Fated Mates RomanceShadow’s Seduction by Kresley Cole
  10. Erotic Eaves: ContemporaryBeyond Innocence by Kit Rocha REVIEW
  11. Subway Uptown: Chef/Foodie RomanceGimme Some Sugar by Molly Harper
  12. Bad Boy Circus: Contemporary romance w/ bad boy hero or bad gal heroine – The Feel Good Factor by Lauren Blakely REVIEW
  13. Leather Lane: Urban Fantasy where the series is completed – Summoned to the Thirteenth Grave by Darynda Jones
  14. Faraway Land: Fantasy – Kill the Queen by Jennifer Estep
  15. Heartbreak Hosptial: doctor hero/heroine – Forever and a Day by Jill Shalvis
  16. Library: Free choiceThe Lemon Sisters by Jill Shalvis REVIEW
  17. Sweet Street: sweet or small town contemporary romance – Sisters of Summer’s End by Lori Foster REVIEW
  18. Mystery Challenge #2: Historical Romance featuring a wallflower or courtesan- Wicked and the Wallflower by Sarah MacLean – REVIEW to come
  19. Creature Crescent: Paranormal Romance –  hero/heroine isn’t human (shifters, vamps, angels, demons, gargoyles, etc) – Cowboy in Wolf’s Clothing by Kait Ballenger REVIEW
  20. London Street: Steampunk Read a steampunk romance or steampunk novel – Wicked as She Wants by Delilah S. Dawson REVIEW to come

Stay tuned for more monthly recap posts to see how I’m doing with the reading challenge.

If you would like to learn more about the challenge and download the printables head over to