Welcome to Romanceopoly 2020! I had so much fun with the challenge in 2019 that I decided to do it again this year. The hosts Under the Covers Book Blog and Peace Love Books have made changes to the board and challenges so make sure you get over the Romanceopoly site to see the rules.
One of the big changes is there are two packs of challenges titled Sun and Moon. My goal is to do both Sun and Moon to help clear my TBR. With 39 spaces x2 = 78 books, I’ll need to read. Instead of rolling dice or following the board square by square. I’ve written a few choices on each card and put them all in my old TBR jar and will draw from the jar.
Books read for Romanceopoly in March:
Links lead to reviews.
- ACTION AVENUE – Voodoo Shanghai by Kristi Charish (☀️- Read an Urban Fantasy with a dark cover)
- WINTER – The Snow Queen’s Captive by Jill Myles (☀️ – Read a book where it: Has a white, blue and or silver cover; Has snow on the cover; Has a winter word in the title; Is a winter holiday read; All/any combo of the above!)
- CAMPUS CORNER – Pucked Up by Helena Hunting (🌙 – Read a new adult where the h/H is a jock)
- LIBRARY – Hot Ticket by Olivia Cunning (☀️- free choice)
- EMERGENCY SERVICE – A Bad Day for Sunshine by Darynda Jones (☀️ – romance where h/H is a fireman or police officer)
- KILLER CRESCENT – Immortal in Death by J.D. Robb ( ☀️ – Thriller where the MC is a detective or PI)