So here’s my Reading Romances January Challenge status. The prompt was to choose a book that:
A) Is a first of a series, by an author that is “new” to you or a debut novel by an author.
Or B) Has a teen as the protagonist.
Or C) Is an Erotic Romance or Erotica.
Instead of “Or” I used “And”. So here’s the three books for my Reading Romances January Challenge.
My first choice was “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins (see the review here). I ended up devouring the three books and I am very glad that I did. It’s a great story.
However I started another series that can be tagged under the A) and B) choices, “Evernight” by Claudia Gray. I confess that I’m not dazzled with this story but I kept reading the series and I’m currently reading book 4 “Afterlife”.
Sherrilyn Kenyon’s “Unleash the Night” was the C) choice. I read this one in Portuguese (“À Solta na Noite”) and completed my January Challenge.
Soooo, first day in February and the prompts are:
A) Valentine’s day: Read a book that has a predominantly color “red” cover, that has a kissing/embracing couple on its cover, or whose title has either the following words: kiss, heart or love.
B) Read a book by an author you have given up.
C) Read a novella, or an anthology.
D) Read one of the oldest books added to your TBR shelf.
E) Read a Historical Fiction (not limited to Historical Romance) – read a book that takes place in some notable period of history.
My choices are:
A) “Na Sombra do Amor” by J.R. Ward, Portuguese version of “Lover Enshrined” by J.R. Ward (Amor=Love and has a couple embracing on the cover)
D) “Succubus Revealed” by Richelle Mead, I really can’t understand how I was able to forget this one… Shame on me!
These are the one’s that I’m confident about, as for the others I can’t promise anything except that I’ll try to read one book for each category.
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