#RomanceReadingChallenge – Post #4

Romance Reading Challenge

This challenge is hosted by Jen @That’s What I’m Talking About, Blodeuedd @ Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell and Carole @ Carole Rae’s Random Ramblings.

The rules are simple –
– It HAS to be a romance novel (HFN/HEA). 
– One box per book (if your book meets a couple of these, you have to pick just one)
– No changing the box. Once you put a book in a box, you can’t move it.– Books can be used in other challenges (examples: Goodreads, Library Love, TBR, Audiobook, etc.)
– Try to check all the boxes!
– Starts 1/1/2022 and ends 12/31/2022
– Join whenever (follow the link to Jen’s blog)

I almost didn’t realise that I could cross off a couple of these categories. I’m not expecting to read books for all 25 prompts, though I would like to push myself to complete as many as possible. Prompts completed since my last update are…

Christmas SettingOne Last Gift by Emily Stone
A beautiful sob-fest of overcoming grief and forgiveness.

Actor/ActressThe Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches by Sangu Mandanna
A wonderful tale of found family.

Holiday SettingDelectable by RL Mathewson
A fast-paced rom-com.

PoliticianThe Girl with the Gray Eyes by LV Lane
The opener to a dark and twisted fantasy romance.

“Heart” in the titleOnce Upon a Broken Heart by Stephanie Garber
An amazing opener to this well-written fantasy story.

Recommendations for “Lord”, “Scot”, “Rogue” and “Duke” books are welcomed!

11 thoughts on “#RomanceReadingChallenge – Post #4

  1. The only Scot book I can recall is Getting Hot with the Scot by Melonie Johnson. It’s a contemporary romance. If you’re not into reading historical romance to get some of the others, Rebecca Zanetti has a recent short story, Holiday Rogue. It’s part of a series, but if I recall you don’t have to have read the other books to read this one. If you don’t mind historical, I just recently read Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase and loved it. It’s from the 90s I believe. I don’t have a suggestion for duke, though. I have an ARC of One Duke Down but that comes out next month, so that’s not much help. Good luck!

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      1. I just within the last year or so got back into historical romance, so I get where you’re coming from since most of those words you had left tend to be used with historicals.

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    1. If I’d gotten into using my local library’s ebook app earlier I probably could have ticked some of the title ones off. Here’s to an even more successful 2023 challenge!


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