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.
39 books read
For the last quarter of 2022 I wanted to knock off some ebooks on my TBR that has been sitting on my Kindle and Nook so I read some quick reads to get the most read.
Books read October – December:
- Window Shopping by Tessa Bailey
- Cum for Bigfoot by Virginia Wade
- Avoiding Mr. Right by C.J. Ellisson
- Dating Ms. Wrong by C.J. Ellisson
- You Can Run by Rebecca Zanetti
- Night’s Darkest Embrace by Jeaniene Frost
- Don’t Bite the Bridesmaid by Tiffany Allee
- Hunted by the Other’s by Jess Haines
Window Shopping by Tessa Bailey was a fun and sweet holiday read featuring an ex-con grumpy heroine and a sunshine sexy as hell hero. Both characters are more than meets the eye and it was fun seeing them discover things about themselves and each other.
If you want a feel good romance with a touch of naughty with holiday elements then pick up a copy.
Cum for Bigfoot well it’s just as it sounds. LOL! Monster porn, and I was there for it. I just wish the girls involved had been at least college age.
Avoiding Mr. Right was a sexy read with co-workers finding their way to a HEA. There was sweet moments to go with the mild kinky moments. Enjoyable and fast romance read.
Dating Ms. Wrong was another quick read from Ellisson. Instead of co-workers, this one is about two strangers with some friends in come who get stuck in a storm and make the most of a back room of the heroine’s store. It was loosely tied to Avoiding Mr. Right through a group of friends.
You Can Run was a promising start to a new supense series by Zanetti which will follow the same heroine who is a FBI agent from the big city who has come home to work her profiler magic on crimes in a small town and who might get a HEA with a grump ex-cop.
Night’s Darkest Embrace was a fast read by Jeaniene Frost. Like her other books, it was a mix of urban fantasy and paranormal romance. I would’ve liked more from this world and characters.