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message 1: by Danielle The Book Huntress (Wants to Read More), Loves 'Em Lethal (last edited Feb 02, 2017 01:12AM) (new)

 Danielle The Book Huntress (Wants to Read More) (gatadelafuente) | 9694 comments Mod


DHASG February Challenge

Introduction: It's February! I think of February as The Month of Love and Black History. What does February mean to you? Hopefully it will include lots of awesome reading.

Rules:

1. Any DHASG member can participate in the challenge.
2. Books must be read between February 1st and February 28th.
3. A book may only be used once in the challenge.
4. Please sign up and list your stats or link to the completed when you finish the challenge.
5. In your stats, include book title, author, date read, and how it represents the specific part of the challenge.
6. Enjoy and happy reading.

Levels:

1. Love Machine: Read 10-14 books.
2. Love Junky: Read 5-9 books.
3. Love Dilettante: Read 3-4 books.

Categories
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1. Conversation Hearts: In honor of the sweet candy that people pass out and eat for Valentine's Day, read a book that has a title that reminds you of a conversation heart. Here is a list of common sayings, but you could also come up with your own: http://www.rd.com/food/fun/over-10-ye...
2.It's Supposed to Be Romantic!: Referring to St. Valentine's Day, it's supposed to be the most romantic day of the year. Read a book with a scene that strikes you as intensely romantic. Tell us what and why.
3.Date from Hell:As sort of an anti-Valentine's Day quip, read a book that features a date from hell type scenario.
4.Shot Through the Heart: Cupid is that sneaky little fellow going around shooting people with arrows that make them fall in love. Read a book where a character becomes suddenly smitten with another in a demonstrative way.
5.Black History Month: This month is to celebrate the achievements of Black/African Americans in the United States (and Canada). Read a book that represents an African American achiever. Here's a good place to start if you want some information: http://www.factmonster.com/black-hist...
6. Never Read a Love Like That Before!: February asks romance readers/writers to go out of the box with Creative Romance Month. Read a romance book that's unique or different. Tell us why.
7. Very Cherry Month: February is National Cherry Month. To celebrate, read a book that represents this fruit in some way. You could pick a book with a red cover, do your own word association, or check here for other facts about cherries: http://topfoodfacts.com/16-interestin...
8. National Weatherman's Day: February 5th is National Weatherman's Day. To honor the achievements of Meteorologists of both sexes, read a book that represents a type of weather forecast: stormy, snowy, windy, sunny, you get it. You can do it any way you want.
9. Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day: This holiday falls on the first Saturday of the month. Be rebellious or hedonistic and indulge in something you shouldn't. You can do this by reading a book where someone does exactly that, or read a book that is 100% fluff (in your opinion, no judgments here).
10.National Pizza Day:For February 9th, let's celebrate pizza. Read a book that represents this delicious food item to you. Here's a list of pizza facts: http://pizza.com/fun-facts
11.Don't Cry Over Spilled Milk: This is a holiday that falls on February 11th, and it celebrates optimism and the determination to move on when challenges happen. To celebrate, read a character who does this. Alternatively, if you need some catharsis, read a book that makes you cry.
12.Honest Abe: Abraham Lincoln's birthday is this month, on February 12th. To honor this great statesman and president, read a book that represents his life. Here are some facts about him: http://www.factslides.com/s-Lincoln
13.Clean Out Your Computer Day: The Second Monday of February is this day to clean up old files on your computer. For this challenge, read an ebook of any file format.
14.Singles Awareness Day: So what if you don't have a date on Valentine's Day? It's all good. To commiserate, read a book with a person who probably spent a few February 14ths single in their time.

Information on February Holidays taken from Holiday Insights page: http://www.holidayinsights.com/moreho...







Challenge Participant List aka Challenge Love Gurus



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Netanella | 192 comments DHASG February 2017 Challenge

Challenge Love Guru!

1. Love Machine: Read 10-14 books.
2. Love Junky: Read 5-9 books.
3. Love Dilettante: Read 3-4 books.

1. Conversation Hearts: In honor of the sweet candy that people pass out and eat for Valentine's Day, read a book that has a title that reminds you of a conversation heart. Here is a list of common sayings, but you could also come up with your own: http://www.rd.com/food/fun/over-10-ye...

2. It's Supposed to Be Romantic!: Referring to St. Valentine's Day, it's supposed to be the most romantic day of the year. Read a book with a scene that strikes you as intensely romantic. Tell us what and why.

3. Date from Hell: As sort of an anti-Valentine's Day quip, read a book that features a date from hell type scenario.

4. Shot Through the Heart: Cupid is that sneaky little fellow going around shooting people with arrows that make them fall in love. Read a book where a character becomes suddenly smitten with another in a demonstrative way.

5. Black History Month: This month is to celebrate the achievements of Black/African Americans in the United States (and Canada). Read a book that represents an African American achiever. Here's a good place to start if you want some information: http://www.factmonster.com/black-hist...

6. Never Read a Love Like That Before!: February asks romance readers/writers to go out of the box with Creative Romance Month. Read a romance book that's unique or different. Tell us why.

7. Very Cherry Month: February is National Cherry Month. To celebrate, read a book that represents this fruit in some way. You could pick a book with a red cover, do your own word association, or check here for other facts about cherries: http://topfoodfacts.com/16-interestin...

8. National Weatherman's Day: February 5th is National Weatherman's Day. To honor the achievements of Meteorologists of both sexes, read a book that represents a type of weather forecast: stormy, snowy, windy, sunny, you get it. You can do it any way you want.

9. Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day: This holiday falls on the first Saturday of the month. Be rebellious or hedonistic and indulge in something you shouldn't. You can do this by reading a book where someone does exactly that, or read a book that is 100% fluff (in your opinion, no judgments here).

10. National Pizza Day: For February 9th, let's celebrate pizza. Read a book that represents this delicious food item to you. Here's a list of pizza facts: http://pizza.com/fun-facts

11. Don't Cry Over Spilled Milk: This is a holiday that falls on February 11th, and it celebrates optimism and the determination to move on when challenges happen. To celebrate, read a character who does this. Alternatively, if you need some catharsis, read a book that makes you cry.

12. Honest Abe: Abraham Lincoln's birthday is this month, on February 12th. To honor this great statesman and president, read a book that represents his life. Here are some facts about him: http://www.factslides.com/s-Lincoln

13. Clean Out Your Computer Day: The Second Monday of February is this day to clean up old files on your computer. For this challenge, read an ebook of any file format.

14. Singles Awareness Day: So what if you don't have a date on Valentine's Day? It's all good. To commiserate, read a book with a person who probably spent a few February 14ths single in their time.


message 3: by Vintage (last edited Feb 02, 2017 07:18AM) (new)

Vintage (vintagesedona) I'm confused. Do I sign up here?

I'm going to shoot for 14 if I can figure this out. Duh.


 Danielle The Book Huntress (Wants to Read More) (gatadelafuente) | 9694 comments Mod
Yes, you sign up here and create a post for your stats. You can update it and link to it when done. Welcome!


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Vintage (vintagesedona) Ok. Thanks.


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Vintage (vintagesedona) 1. Conversation Hearts: Happily Ever Ninja (Knitting in the City, #5) by Penny Reid


2. It's Supposed to Be Romantic!: Referring to St. Valentine's Day, it's supposed to be the most romantic day of the year. Read a book with a scene that strikes you as intensely romantic. Tell us what and why.

3. Date from Hell: As sort of an anti-Valentine's Day quip, read a book that features a date from hell type scenario.

4. Shot Through the Heart: Duke of Sin (Maiden Lane, #10) by Elizabeth Hoyt

5. Black History Month: This month is to celebrate the achievements of Black/African Americans in the United States (and Canada). Read a book that represents an African American achiever. Here's a good place to start if you want some information: http://www.factmonster.com/black-hist...

6. Never Read a Love Like That Before!: February asks romance readers/writers to go out of the box with Creative Romance Month. Read a romance book that's unique or different. Tell us why.

7. Very Cherry Month: February is National Cherry Month. To celebrate, read a book that represents this fruit in some way. You could pick a book with a red cover, do your own word association, or check here for other facts about cherries: http://topfoodfacts.com/16-interestin...

8. National Weatherman's Day: February 5th is National Weatherman's Day. To honor the achievements of Meteorologists of both sexes, read a book that represents a type of weather forecast: stormy, snowy, windy, sunny, you get it. You can do it any way you want.

9. Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day: This holiday falls on the first Saturday of the month. Be rebellious or hedonistic and indulge in something you shouldn't. You can do this by reading a book where someone does exactly that, or read a book that is 100% fluff (in your opinion, no judgments here).

10. National Pizza Day: For February 9th, let's celebrate pizza. Read a book that represents this delicious food item to you. Here's a list of pizza facts: http://pizza.com/fun-facts

11. Don't Cry Over Spilled Milk: This is a holiday that falls on February 11th, and it celebrates optimism and the determination to move on when challenges happen. To celebrate, read a character who does this. Alternatively, if you need some catharsis, read a book that makes you cry.

12. Honest Abe: Abraham Lincoln's birthday is this month, on February 12th. To honor this great statesman and president, read a book that represents his life. Here are some facts about him: http://www.factslides.com/s-Lincoln

13. Clean Out Your Computer Day: The Second Monday of February is this day to clean up old files on your computer. For this challenge, read an ebook of any file format.

14. Singles Awareness Day: So what if you don't have a date on Valentine's Day? It's all good. To commiserate, read a book with a person who probably spent a few February 14ths single in their time.

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message 7: by Suzanne (last edited Feb 08, 2017 01:31PM) (new)

Suzanne (esmerelda1) | 124 comments Dangerous Hero Addict Support Group
DHASG February 2017 Challenge
Duration:
2/1/2017 - 2/28/2017

Progress: 5 out of 10 (Love Machine: Read 10-14 books)

DHASG February Challenge

Introduction: It's February! I think of February as The Month of Love and Black History. What does February mean to you? Hopefully it will include lots of awesome reading.


Categories:

1. Conversation Hearts: In honor of the sweet candy that people pass out and eat for Valentine's Day, read a book that has a title that reminds you of a conversation heart. Here is a list of common sayings, but you could also come up with your own: http://www.rd.com/food/fun/over-10-ye...

2. It's Supposed to Be Romantic!: Referring to St. Valentine's Day, it's supposed to be the most romantic day of the year. Read a book with a scene that strikes you as intensely romantic. Tell us what and why.

3. Date from Hell: As sort of an anti-Valentine's Day quip, read a book that features a date from hell type scenario:
Winter by Marissa Meyer - **** - 2/8/2017 - 823 Pages - turns into a rebellion and war

Winter (The Lunar Chronicles, #4) by Marissa Meyer

4. Shot Through the Heart: Cupid is that sneaky little fellow going around shooting people with arrows that make them fall in love. Read a book where a character becomes suddenly smitten with another in a demonstrative way:
Bay of Sighs by Nora Roberts - **** - 2/6/2017 - 319 Pages - Suddenly Smitten

Bay of Sighs (The Guardians Trilogy, #2) by Nora Roberts

5. Black History Month: This month is to celebrate the achievements of Black/African Americans in the United States (and Canada). Read a book that represents an African American achiever. Here's a good place to start if you want some information: http://www.factmonster.com/black-hist...

6. Never Read a Love Like That Before!: February asks romance readers/writers to go out of the box with Creative Romance Month. Read a romance book that's unique or different. Tell us why.
Eighth Grave After Dark by Darynda Jones - ***** - 2/1/2017 - 293 Pages - Grim Reaper with the Son of Satan love story

Eighth Grave After Dark (Charley Davidson, #8) by Darynda Jones

7. Very Cherry Month: February is National Cherry Month. To celebrate, read a book that represents this fruit in some way. You could pick a book with a red cover, do your own word association, or check here for other facts about cherries: http://topfoodfacts.com/16-interestin...

8. National Weatherman's Day: February 5th is National Weatherman's Day. To honor the achievements of Meteorologists of both sexes, read a book that represents a type of weather forecast: stormy, snowy, windy, sunny, you get it. You can do it any way you want.

9. Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day: This holiday falls on the first Saturday of the month. Be rebellious or hedonistic and indulge in something you shouldn't. You can do this by reading a book where someone does exactly that, or read a book that is 100% fluff (in your opinion, no judgments here):
Brighter Than the Sun by Darynda Jones - *** - 2/2/2017 - 112 Pages - Rebellious

Brighter Than the Sun (Charley Davidson #8.5) by Darynda Jones

10. National Pizza Day:For February 9th, let's celebrate pizza. Read a book that represents this delicious food item to you. Here's a list of pizza facts: http://pizza.com/fun-facts

11. Don't Cry Over Spilled Milk: This is a holiday that falls on February 11th, and it celebrates optimism and the determination to move on when challenges happen. To celebrate, read a character who does this. Alternatively, if you need some catharsis, read a book that makes you cry.

12. Honest Abe: Abraham Lincoln's birthday is this month, on February 12th. To honor this great statesman and president, read a book that represents his life. Here are some facts about him: http://www.factslides.com/s-Lincoln

13. Clean Out Your Computer Day: The Second Monday of February is this day to clean up old files on your computer. For this challenge, read an ebook of any file format.

14. Singles Awareness Day: So what if you don't have a date on Valentine's Day? It's all good. To commiserate, read a book with a person who probably spent a few February 14ths single in their time:
Unshelved by Bill Barnes - **** - 2/6/2017 - 127 Pages - Librarians

Unshelved (Unshelved, #1) by Bill Barnes


message 8: by Netanella (last edited Feb 20, 2017 01:04PM) (new)

Netanella | 192 comments DHASG February 2017 Challenge

It's February! I think of February as The Month of Love and Black History. What does February mean to you? Hopefully it will include lots of awesome reading.

1. Love Machine: Read 10-14 books.
Done at 12 - But I May Change My Mind!

1. Conversation Hearts: In honor of the sweet candy that people pass out and eat for Valentine's Day, read a book that has a title that reminds you of a conversation heart. Here is a list of common sayings, but you could also come up with your own: http://www.rd.com/food/fun/over-10-ye...

2. It's Supposed to Be Romantic!: Referring to St. Valentine's Day, it's supposed to be the most romantic day of the year. Read a book with a scene that strikes you as intensely romantic. Tell us what and why. Gin is publicly 'rescued' by Owen on the gambling steamboat from Elliot Slater, when no one else stands up for her, even though she doesn't need rescuing. For me, this was 'sigh-worthy.'
✔ Elemental Assassin 3 - Venom by Jennifer Estep - 02.04.2017 (★★★★★)
3. Date from Hell: As sort of an anti-Valentine's Day quip, read a book that features a date from hell type scenario. Mark's house party that catches on fire.
✔ Lorien Legacies 1 - I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore - 02.07.2017 (★★)
4. Shot Through the Heart: Cupid is that sneaky little fellow going around shooting people with arrows that make them fall in love. Read a book where a character becomes suddenly smitten with another in a demonstrative way. Gin gives Owen a key to her house.
✔ Elemental Assassin 4 - Tangled Threads by Jennifer Estep - 02.09.2017 (★★★★)
5. Black History Month: This month is to celebrate the achievements of Black/African Americans in the United States (and Canada). Read a book that represents an African American achiever. Here's a good place to start if you want some information: http://www.factmonster.com/black-hist...
Who Fears Death by Nnedi Okorafor - 02.06.2017 (★★★★★)02.06.2017
6. Never Read a Love Like That Before!: February asks romance readers/writers to go out of the box with Creative Romance Month. Read a romance book that's unique or different. Tell us why. Romance between a grim reaper and the Son of Satan, with humor.
✔ Charley Davidson 1 - First Grave on the Right by Darynda Jones - 02.10.2017 (★★★)
7. Very Cherry Month: February is National Cherry Month. To celebrate, read a book that represents this fruit in some way. You could pick a book with a red cover, do your own word association, or check here for other facts about cherries: http://topfoodfacts.com/16-interestin...
Once upon a time, serving ice cream on cherry pie in Kansas was prohibited. In this book, we have a sinner. Not for eating ice cream with cherry pie, however.
✔ Charley Davidson 1.5 - For I Have Sinned by Darynda Jones - 02.11.2017 (★★★★)
8. National Weatherman's Day: February 5th is National Weatherman's Day. To honor the achievements of Meteorologists of both sexes, read a book that represents a type of weather forecast: stormy, snowy, windy, sunny, you get it. You can do it any way you want.
The Barn: A Zombie Apocalypse Horror Short Story by Jonathan Lewry - 02.12.2017 (★★)
9. Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day: This holiday falls on the first Saturday of the month. Be rebellious or hedonistic and indulge in something you shouldn't. You can do this by reading a book where someone does exactly that, or read a book that is 100% fluff (in your opinion, no judgments here).
The Furry Club by Trystana Towers - 02.18.2017 (★)
10. National Pizza Day: For February 9th, let's celebrate pizza. Read a book that represents this delicious food item to you. Here's a list of pizza facts: http://pizza.com/fun-facts

11. Don't Cry Over Spilled Milk: This is a holiday that falls on February 11th, and it celebrates optimism and the determination to move on when challenges happen. To celebrate, read a character who does this. Alternatively, if you need some catharsis, read a book that makes you cry. Nazafareen loses a hand and doesn't wallow in self-pity.
✔ The Fourth Element 1 - The Midnight Sea by Kat Ross - 02.15.2017 (★★★★★)
12. Honest Abe: Abraham Lincoln's birthday is this month, on February 12th. To honor this great statesman and president, read a book that represents his life. Here are some facts about him: http://www.factslides.com/s-Lincoln
Poisoned milk killed Lincoln's mother when he was 9 years old. Poisoned water kills off the population in this book.
Medicated by David Gallie - 02.12.2017 (★★★)
13. Clean Out Your Computer Day: The Second Monday of February is this day to clean up old files on your computer. For this challenge, read an ebook of any file format.
State of Decay: Part One by Peggy Martinez - 02.09.2017 (★★★★)
14. Singles Awareness Day: So what if you don't have a date on Valentine's Day? It's all good. To commiserate, read a book with a person who probably spent a few February 14ths single in their time.
✔ Elemental Assassin 2 - Web of Lies by Jennifer Estep - 02.02.2017 (★★★★★)
Venom (Elemental Assassin, #3) by Jennifer Estep I Am Number Four (Lorien Legacies, #1) by Pittacus Lore Tangled Threads (Elemental Assassin, #4) by Jennifer Estep Who Fears Death by Nnedi Okorafor First Grave on the Right (Charley Davidson, #1) by Darynda Jones For I Have Sinned (Charley Davidson, #1.5) by Darynda Jones The Barn A Zombie Apocalypse Horror Short Story by Jonathan Lewry The Furry Club by Trystana Towers The Midnight Sea (The Fourth Element, #1) by Kat Ross Medicated by David Gallie State of Decay Part One by Peggy Martinez Web of Lies (Elemental Assassin, #2) by Jennifer Estep


message 9: by Tina Theresa (last edited Mar 02, 2017 04:25AM) (new)

Tina Theresa | 96 comments DHASG February Challenge
Love Junky: Read 9/5-9 books. DONE

1. Conversation Hearts: Heart Melter 2/18
2.It's Supposed to Be Romantic!: H writes h a song and sings it in front of people. This Is Our Song 2/17
3.Date from Hell:As sort of an anti-Valentine's Day quip, read a book that features a date from hell type scenario. Christmas from Hell 2/16
4.Shot Through the Heart: Cupid is that sneaky little fellow going around shooting people with arrows that make them fall in love. Read a book where a character becomes suddenly smitten with another in a demonstrative way.
5.Black History Month: This month is to celebrate the achievements of Black/African Americans in the United States (and Canada). Read a book that represents an African American achiever. Here's a good place to start if you want some information: http://www.factmonster.com/black-hist...
6. Never Read a Love Like That Before!: February asks romance readers/writers to go out of the box with Creative Romance Month. Read a romance book that's unique or different. Tell us why.
7. Very Cherry Month: February is National Cherry Month. To celebrate, read a book that represents this fruit in some way. You could pick a book with a red cover, do your own word association, or check here for other facts about cherries: http://topfoodfacts.com/16-interestin...
8. National Weatherman's Day: Dance Upon the Air 2/23
9. Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day: This holiday falls on the first Saturday of the month. Be rebellious or hedonistic and indulge in something you shouldn't. You can do this by reading a book where someone does exactly that, or read a book that is 100% fluff (in your opinion, no judgments here). Raw Redemption 2/21
10.National Pizza Day:For February 9th, let's celebrate pizza. eats pizza in book. Double Dare 2/5
11.Don't Cry Over Spilled Milk: This is a holiday that falls on February 11th, and it celebrates optimism and the determination to move on when challenges happen.The Medusa Amulet 2/7
12.Honest Abe: Abraham Lincoln's birthday is this month, on February 12th. To honor this great statesman and president, read a book that represents his life. Here are some facts about him: http://www.factslides.com/s-Lincoln
13.Clean Out Your Computer Day: Roadside Assistance 2/19
14.Singles Awareness Day: Wicked Fall 2/4

Heart Melter (Heartthrob, #2) by Sophia Knightly The Medusa Amulet by Robert Masello Double Dare (Neighbor from Hell, #6) by R.L. Mathewson This Is Our Song by Samantha Chase Christmas from Hell (Neighbor from Hell, #7) by R.L. Mathewson Dance Upon the Air (Three Sisters Island, #1) by Nora Roberts Wicked Fall (The Wicked Horse, #1) by Sawyer Bennett Raw Redemption (Crossing the Line #4) by Tessa Bailey Roadside Assistance (Body Shop Bad Boys, #2) by Marie Harte


 Danielle The Book Huntress (Wants to Read More) (gatadelafuente) | 9694 comments Mod
Way to go, Ladies!

I'm working on the March challenge as we speak.


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☘KathyD☘ | 22 comments February Challenge

Level — Love Machine (10–14 books)
Completed — 14!

Categories
Conversation Hearts ➔ title that reminds you of a conversation heart
Hope Flames, Jaci Burton – 2/13/17 – ✮✮✮✮✰

It’s Supposed to Be Romantic! ➔ includes a scene that strikes you as intensely romantic (enters a match to the death for his mate’s hand)
Shadow’s Claim, Kresley Cole – 2/8/17 – ✮✮✮✮✰

Date from Hell ➔ features a date-from-hell type scenario
MacRieve, Kresley Cole – 2/27/17 – ✮✮✮✮✮

Shot Through the Heart ➔ features a character who becomes suddenly smitten with another in a demonstrative way
Tamed, Rebecca Zanetti – 2/19/17 – ✮✮✮✮✰

Black History Month ➔ represents an African American achiever
Beauty and the Blitz, Sosie Frost – 2/22/17 – ✮✮✮✮✰

Never Read a Love Like That Before! (Creative Romance Month) ➔ unique romance (unique take for online dating)
Sugar Daddies, Jade West – 2/20/17 – ✮✮✮✮✮

Very Cherry Month (National Cherry Month) ➔ book that represents this fruit in some way
Scandal and the Duchess, Jennifer Ashley – 2/18/17 – ✮✮✮✮✮

National Weatherman’s Day (February 5) ➔ book that represents a type of weather forecast
Twisted, Rebecca Zanetti – 2/6/17 – ✮✮✮✮✰

Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day ➔ character indulges in something they shouldn’t Bossman, Vi Keeland – 2/2/17 – ✮✮✮✮✮

National Pizza Day (February 9) ➔ book that represents this delicious food item to you
Cocked, B.B. Hamel – 2/25/17 – ✮✮✮✮✰

Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk (February 11) ➔ features a character that doesn’t cry over spilled milk
Lothaire, Kresley Cole – 2/5/17 – ✮✮✮✮✮

Honest Abe Abraham Lincoln’s Birthday (February 12) ➔ book that represents his life
Marked, Rebecca Zanetti – 2/21/17 – ✮✮✮✮✰

Clean Out Your Computer Day ➔ ebook
Here Be Sexist Vampires (reread), Suzanne Wright – 2/17/17 – ✮✮✮✮✰

Singles Awareness Day ➔ features a character who probably spent a few February 14ths single in their time
Blood Rites, Jim Butcher – 2/10/17 – ✮✮✮✮✮

Hope Flames (Hope #1) by Jaci Burton Shadow's Claim (Immortals After Dark, #13; The Dacians, #1) by Kresley Cole MacRieve (Immortals After Dark, #14) by Kresley Cole Tamed (Dark Protectors, #6.5) by Rebecca Zanetti Beauty and the Blitz by Sosie Frost Sugar Daddies by Jade West Scandal And The Duchess (MacKenzies & McBrides, #6.5) by Jennifer Ashley
Twisted (Dark Protectors, #5.5) by Rebecca Zanetti Bossman by Vi Keeland Cocked by B.B. Hamel Lothaire (Immortals After Dark #12) by Kresley Cole Marked (Dark Protectors, #7) by Rebecca Zanetti Here Be Sexist Vampires (Deep in Your Veins, #1) by Suzanne Wright Blood Rites (The Dresden Files, #6) by Jim Butcher


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