#TackleMyTBR2022 with Jennifer: March Update

Posted March 26, 2022 by Jennifer in Reading Challenge Tags:

The Tackle My TBR Reading Challenge is returning for 2022! I will continue to use the challenge to help me focus more older releases on my TBR. I didn’t quite make my goal of 60 books in 2021 so I’m setting my 2022 goal at Field Goal: read 37-48 TBR books.

You can find out more about #TackleMyTBR2022 over at Kimberly Faye Reads.

 14 out of 48 books read

Books read in March :

  1. Vampire Trinity (Vampire Queen series #6) by Joey W. Hill
  2. Of Blood and Passion (Vamp City #3) by Pamela Palmer
  3. Board Resolution (Knights of the Board Room #1) by Joey W. Hill
  4. Wild Signs (Alpha & Omega #6) by Patricia Briggs
  5. Wild Country (The Others #7) by Anne Bishop

Mini Reviews:

Vampire Trinity is the 6th book in the series but the 2nd book to feature vampire hunter, Gideon Green, Anwyn (forcibly turned vampire) and Daegan a vampire. If you’ve not read this series the vampires are not as nice as other vampires in PNR. They see humans as property. This is something Gideon tries to work through since he loves and cares for Anwyn (and Daegan even if he won’t admit it to anyone even himself). Vampire Trinity wraps up their story nicely and I look forward to finishing this series soon.

Of Blood and Passion is the last book in the Vamp City series.  {{{CURRENTLY READING}}}


Board Resolution is the first book in the Knights of the Board Room series and it’s holy moly hot! I’ve had the ebook on my kindle for a while but decided to buy the audiobook via Whispersync price and I’m glad I did. The narration by G.C. VonCloudts only added to the hotness. While I didn’t recognize the narrator’s name I did her voice and I’ve listen to her before but can’t remember her other name. I enjoyed Board Resolution enough I’ve purchased the next 3 books via Kindle & Whispersync. (Fans face)

Wild Signs I’ve had the hardback on my bookshelf since the release date last year. Finally got around to listening to it (yes I grabbed the audio from the library). Another stellar addition to the A&O series and I wonder how it will effect Mercy’s upcoming release?

Wild Country  I put this one on hold. I normally love this world but I couldn’t focus on the audiobook. I think it’s mood thing. I have other books I want to be in the middle of right now (looking at you Mrs. Joey Hill). I’ll come back to this one at some point soon.