Month in Review: August '20

September 03, 2020


Any Day Now by Lani Lynn Vale
Leo by Jay McLean
A Reckless Note by Lisa Renee Jones
Undeniable by Aleatha Romig
Vixen by Rebecca Zanetti
The Prince's Bride by J.J. McAvoy
The Business of Lovers by Eric Jerome Dickey
A Wicked Song by Lisa Renee Jones
My Fallen Saint by J. Kenner
Kiss Me by LP Lovell
Unholy Union by Natasha Knight
Disorderly Conduct by Rebecca Zanetti
Lessons in Corruption by Giana Darling
Welcome to the Dark Side by Giana Darling
Tempting the Prince by Christi Barth
Ancient Enemy by Katie Reus
King's Redemption by Grace Risata
Don't Hex and Drive by Juliette Cross
Say It Ain't So by Lani Lynn Vale
Heartache and Hope by Jay McLean
Hearts in Darkness by Laura Kaye


I did some promo tours, review tours, etc. I even got a bunch of books from the library. For months I refused to brave the elements, too scared to catch the virus, but I made it in and I'm thrilled! Many people have recommended Jim Butcher books to me and I picked up The Aeronaut's Windlass, the first book in The Cinder Spires, and it's a hefty mother sucker. If you know anything about this book, let me know.

Other books I got from the library include Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu, Leopard's Blood (Leopard People #9) by Christine Feehan, Shadow Reaper (Shadow Riders #2) by Christine Feehan, and Dark Challenge (Dark #5) by Christine Feehan. I'm finally getting the chance to read her backlist.

I also finally got my ACOTAR box from SpearCraft. It had a ton of goodies in it, such as:
  • a mug
  • art prints
  • beautiful printed blanket
  • a pretty tote bag
  • a soft pillow case
  • a bookmark
Have you ever ordered anything from this company? Their products are reasonably priced, although I've only ordered their limited edition boxes (two so far). I'm still waiting on my August OwlCrate, which is still delayed somewhere due to COVID. I've been avoiding the FB group and IG page so I don't see any spoilers, so don't tell me anything!

What was your August like? Have you read any of these books? And what book(s) are you looking forward to reading in September?

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