Tag Archives: TBR Challenge

TBR Challenge: In Milady’s Chamber by Sheri Cobb South

I am really distinguishing myself for this month’s TBR Challenge. First I thought I wouldn’t make it at all, what with piles of library books to stay on top of. But I accidentally backed into reading an Insomnia Relief Aid (the … Continue reading

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TBR Challenge: Adam and Eva, by Sandra Kitt

The August TBR Challenge theme is “Old School,” a book published 10 or more years ago. “Old School” (or at least “Old Skool”) is a term I associate with historical romance for some reason, but having finished Dunnett’s Game of Kings just … Continue reading

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TBR Challenge: The Romance Consensus?

July’s TBR Challenge theme is “award nominee or winner,” because this month sees the Romance Writers of America conference and RITA awards ceremony. I wasn’t sure how I’d squeeze a book in before my vacation, and then I realized the … Continue reading

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TBR Challenge: A Marriage of Inconvenience by Susanna Fraser

June’s TBR Challenge theme is favorite trope, and mine is definitely Marriage of Convenience. I once saw someone explain its appeal as “sex with a stranger,” but for me that’s not it at all. It’s “having to find a way to … Continue reading

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TBR Challenge: Seconds by Bryan Lee O’Malley

This month’s TBR Challenge theme is “Something Different,” and that did pose a challenge for me. I like the constraints of the themes because I’m less overwhelmed when choosing from the vastness of my TBR, but “something different” is very open. Plus I … Continue reading

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