April 2018 - Ultimate Reading Challenge

The challenge for April was to read a book with only one word in its title. After the fact, I realized that I read not only one, but many. However, the one that had the most effect on my heartstrings was Disgraced by Bethany-Kris.


Siena Calabrese is no longer the prized daughter of la famiglia. Her transgressions against her brothers and family have stained more than just her reputation. Her best chance at keeping breath in her lungs would be to sit down and shut up like she was taught to do. She definitely shouldn't be feeding information to her family's enemies. And yet, she is still willing to risk it all for a chance at forever with Johnathan Marcello. After everything, how could she not?

The disgraced one …

Johnathan Marcello’s life and secrets have now been put on display for everyone to see. There's no hiding the things he's tried to keep hidden, but maybe that's the best thing that could have happened. Now he's about to walk straight into a war between rival mafia families, and he's got choices to make. His love is on one side, he's on the other, and everybody is playing for keeps. He'll play the game just as dirty as anyone else to get what he wants, even to the detriment of himself. For her, how could he not?

The shamed one …

It's time that the forgotten king takes back his throne. It's already been too long since it was taken from him.

But when has anything in this life been easy?

Amazon | My Review

The others that I also loved include:

1. Endorsed by Marni Mann Amazon | Review
2. Epoch by Jewel E. Ann Amazon | Review
3. Diesel by Crimson Syn Amazon | Review
4. Possessive by Willow Winters Amazon | Review

Monthly Themes

January: Re-read an old favorite
February: Tear Jerker
March: New-to-You Author
April: Single Word Title
May: Set In a Place You’d Like to Visit
June: Movie Adaptation
July: A book with a cover you love
August: On your TBR for a long time
September: A genre that will take you out of your comfort zone
October: A book with your favorite trope
November: Main character is a musician or actor
December: Book over 400 pages

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