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message 1: by Michelle (new)

Michelle | 2586 comments I really don't know what I want to read this month so planning is low and impulse will be high.


message 2: by Michelle (last edited May 29, 2018 03:07PM) (new)

Michelle | 2586 comments Buddy , BOTM and challenge reads



Next in Series 📚
✔ Bred for love: The king's command -Revella Hawthorne
✔ Bred for love : A royal rebellion
✔ Our gravity -Tymber Dalton
✔ Friends in common -Tymber Dalton

Binge read 🗃📖
February
Straight Guy- Alessandra Hazard
✔ Straight boy
✔ Just a bit Twisted
✔ Just a bit obsessed
Just a bit unhealthy

World of Kalquor - Tracy St. John 👽
✔ Alien salvation
✔ Clan and conviction

Catching up (or reminding myself of what's what)

rereading (cos nothing else looks good )

Standalones 📔
✔ To the fall - Prescott Lane


Didn't plan on it ( impulse reads 🔸 )
✔ Beautiful beast -Georgia le Carre
✔ Almost gothic -Tymber Dalton
✔ Empty-handed heart -Tymber Dalton
✔ Steady rain -Tymber Dalton
✔ Indifference of Heaven - Tymber Dalton
✔ Like the seasons -Tymber Dalton
✔ I'll sleep when I'm dead -Tymber Dalton
✔ Alien slave - Tracy St. John 👽
✔ alien interlude 👽
✔ Alien redemption 👽
✔ Fallout -lily Rose 🏍

Carried over and waiting
April
Sieze me -Crystal Spears 🏍
No escape - Jaid Black 👽 (LAL TBR)
Undaunted -Crystal Daniels 🏍
Pestilence-Laura Thalassa
✔ Wounded beast -Georgia le Carre
✔ Souls unfractured - Tillie Cole 🏍

January
Wild - Adrienne Wilder ( started but just didnt feel it)

November
Gift- Brynne Asher

September
Primal law -J D. Tyler ( LAL challenge)

July
Silver silence -Nalini Singh

Broken courses - Aly Martinez
Sinner's revenge -Kim Jones
Anna Zaire boxset - twist me, capture me
Obsession -Ann Mayburn
American prince ☆


message 3: by Jonetta (new)

Jonetta (ejaygirl) | 11562 comments Mod
Quite the list, Michelle! Enjoy.


message 4: by Michelle (last edited May 26, 2018 05:50AM) (new)

Michelle | 2586 comments Jonetta wrote: "Quite the list, Michelle! Enjoy."

Ikr?! And this after I said I don't know what to read.


message 5: by Karen ♐ (new)

Karen ♐ (kmk1214) | 443 comments Looks like a great list, Michelle! Hope you enjoy.


message 6: by Laura (new)

Laura Have fun with your books!


message 7: by Michelle (new)

Michelle | 2586 comments Thank you ladies. I'm definitely going to try.


message 8: by Michelle (new)

Michelle | 2586 comments Straight Boy (Straight Guy #0.5) by Alessandra Hazard Just a Bit Twisted (Straight Guys #1) by Alessandra Hazard Just a Bit Obsessed (Straight Guys #2) by Alessandra Hazard

Finally knocking off this MM series that been patiently waiting since February. All novellas and told from the young adult perspective mainly. Strong alphas that don't reveal much about themselves. And just when you think finally he lets us in on his thoughts they get to HEA land and it finishes there. An abrupt end and you hope to find them in the next book.
I like the flow and the stories. And honestly am surprise that the fact they are at uni isn't even a factor. I will say the alpha-ness is taken to the next level and I feel like I want to choke them in the prequel and first book. The last book I dread I was just glad we could kinda of see more of the alpha and why and how he was the way he was.

I'll definitely be continuing this series.


message 9: by Michelle (new)

Michelle | 2586 comments The Prince's Consort (Bred for Love, #1) by Revella Hawthorne The King's Command (Bred For Love, #2) by Revella Hawthorne A Royal Rebellion (Bred For Love, #3) by Revella Hawthorne

Thanx to Eugenia and Lorraine it was decreed that I must read this series lol. I loved it.
Mpreg? Royalty? Yes and yes. The author had me from the first scene. It was obvious that she spent time figuring out how to make it plausible that men can be pregnant. I was buying it hook, line and sinker. Add the prince that then fall in love and will do anything to keep his love?! What is not to love about that love story of fighting against the odds. Add in a few twist and I was binging the lot.

This should read as a scifi in all the DNA manipulation and cloning but honestly that did detract. The style of writing and the well thought out mechanics of it all ( and let's be honest I'm never going to look at it that technically. As long as I understand what they mean I'm satisfied ) had me more interested it their love story.

I really loved it


message 10: by Michelle (new)

Michelle | 2586 comments Our Gravity (Suncoast Society, #63) by Tymber Dalton

This book had me do an all nighter with a box of tissues doing the ugly cry. Now I don't know if it was genuinely ,due to the fact my dad's ashes was interned yesterday , finally after 2years or for the storyline which was super sad. Anyhow thanksTymber Dalton it Was cathartic anyway you slice it.


message 11: by Michelle (new)

Michelle | 2586 comments Almost Gothic (Suncoast Society, #65) by Tymber Dalton Empty-Handed Heart (Suncoast Society, #66) by Tymber Dalton Steady Rain (Suncoast Society, #67) by Tymber Dalton

IL be honestly this point in the series I'm reading it for the building of the friendship. Yes it has some kink. Some of them are even further stories of previous books in the series. Some works and some it just get through because I might need to know something in here for something later on.


message 12: by Michelle (new)

Michelle | 2586 comments Alien Salvation (Clans of Kalquor, #4) by Tracy St. John Clan and Conviction (Clan Beginnings, #2) by Tracy St. John Alien Slave (Clans of Kalquor, #5) by Tracy St. John

Another series that I'm reading to finish more than anything else.
After having ready the Diary of Shalia in 10 books we return to the business of the ménage men clans meeting they childbearing mates. Took some getting into as Its been a while but I loved Jess and her clan story.
Clan and conviction was a bit of a departure from the previous prequels as well. The three males were good and i loved them all. Even the fact that this was also a cop story. It was also evident that this was an early book in this particular series as I could the feeling she was still getting her rhythm of how the men do things because of the heavy reliance of the serum in the bit. Buts alls well I kind of understand why it was heavy between the two alphas
Right into the thee men finding their childbearer. Just starte but I have a feeling she is going to be a problem to like for me


message 13: by Michelle (new)

Michelle | 2586 comments To the Fall by Prescott Lane

This author is fast becoming one that I just 1click without reading the blurb it's always deferent in a good way.
Told predominantly from the male pov. A man wher told to go on a sex diet. A heroine that is strong and sassy but has a soft heart. Both struggling with love. But it all comes together in such a way that your rooting for the hero to finally open up and work through his avoidance of love.


message 14: by Jonetta (new)

Jonetta (ejaygirl) | 11562 comments Mod
Michelle wrote: "To the Fall by Prescott Lane

This author is fast becoming one that I just 1click without reading the blurb it's always deferent in a good way.
Told predominantly from the male pov. A man wher..."


I’m so glad you’re continuing to enjoy this author! This one slipped by me.


message 15: by Michelle (new)

Michelle | 2586 comments Thanks Jonetta. I've still got to read her earlier works. But to find the time for it. Lol.


message 16: by Michelle (new)

Michelle | 2586 comments Souls Unfractured (Hades Hangmen, #3) by Tillie Cole

This series is heavy. So from the previous books and this being about the last sister who was from a religious cult that had been rape from age 6 you know you are going to struggle with the reading. Now add the twist that is Flame, our hero. Aside from the fact this is also a 1%biker club book and Flame has been portrayed as psycho in previous books you know the ride is beyond bumpy.

And boy was he damaged from and early age as well. Reading this was difficult. I remember my complaint from the previous books were that they should have gone to professionals because this is specialist territory as far as the cult was concerned. But then Flame was dumb in a psyche ward and drugged out of his mind from his teens you just ask how can that be right.

Anyway I got through it and don't know what to think or how to feel about this book. I just know that I read it and I wanted to know how it ends for them.


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