For years, Penelope has been taking in every stray animal that has come her way. However, when Gabriel Duke renovates the house next door and realizes that no one would want to buy a house next to Penny's menagerie, he helps her try to find loving homes for her animals. In this process, Penny learns more about Gabriel's past hurts, and there never was a wounded creature that she could turn away.
Chase, heir to a dukedom, is in charge of two feisty young girls and can't keep a governess around to teach them. When strong-willed Alexandra is out of work, she takes the job of governess as her last resort. Alex must get Chase to leave his rakish ways behind and open his heart to his wards - and to her.
All the Duke of Ashbury needs is a wife to have his heir. When Emma Gladstone turns up in his library wearing a wedding dress, he decides that she'll do and makes her an offer she can't turn down: marry him and bear his heir in exchange for the comfortable life of a duchess.
It seems so strange to me that books I've had on my TBR with a distant 2021 release date are actually just around the corner now! These are books being released from January through March! (All synopses come from Goodreads, and some are sequels, so they may contain spoilers)
I thought it would be fun to make a list of every series I'm reading! It actually was quite informative: I'm reading three series with backlist books, and 20 series that I am waiting for more books to be published. I was afraid that both of these numbers would be way higher, but at the same time, I didn't realize that I was in the middle of that many series.
Wow, I really can't believe that 2020 is halfway over already, but at the same time, it feels like these six months have taken absolute eons to go by. I wanted to go through some of my reading stats for the past six months, as well as check in on the goals I set at the beginning of the year.
I love romance novels! They are super fun for me and I can usually read them in just about one sitting because I get so drawn in and invested in the couple.
Everything I read and bought in April 2020!
I wanted to list a few books that I've enjoyed in the past that would be good to read during this pandemic. I chose these books because they are quick, don't deal with super heavy topics, and are very immersive. These did all end up being kind of romance-y. I'm personally finding it kind of hard to read right now because my mind is so preoccupied, but I think these books make it a little easier to leave the real world behind for a bit.
Everything I read and bought in March 2020!