#TackleMyTBR2022 with Jennifer: 4th Quarter Update

Posted December 31, 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.

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:

  1. Window Shopping by Tessa Bailey
  2. Cum for Bigfoot by Virginia Wade
  3. Avoiding Mr. Right by C.J. Ellisson
  4. Dating Ms. Wrong by C.J. Ellisson
  5. You Can Run by Rebecca Zanetti
  6. Night’s Darkest Embrace by Jeaniene Frost
  7. Don’t Bite the Bridesmaid by Tiffany Allee
  8. Hunted by the Other’s by Jess Haines
Mini Reviews:

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.


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