It is time for the monthly TBRs. I needed sometime to think about my TBRs this month. I am still sticking to romance contemporary books for now. I am so happy the days are getting longer and the nights are getting shorter. My favorite season is coming up. As we go into the heart of spring, I feel myself getting better. The dark season is giving way to the light season! So, onward to the TBR list. Thank you for not giving up on me.
1. Big by Jenika Snow
They called him Big for more than one reason.
I had everything I could want in life. My own career, a house with property, and respect in my community.
But what I didn’t have was her.
Landry. Owner of the town’s cleaning service.
For five long years, I’d pined after her. I watched her from afar, thought only about her, hell, fantasized about Landry when I was alone. And for five years, I’d stayed celibate, because Landry was the only woman I wanted in my life in every way.
My self-control when it came to her should have won me a medal, but that tightly reined in desire had slipped and I was done holding myself back.
So I told her I needed her help—her talents in making my place livable. What she didn’t know was it was just to get her to my place, to tell her, show her she was always meant to be mine.
When I realized it was Big who wanted my services, I didn’t know if I could go through with it. I loved him, had for years, but I was inexperienced in all things romantic, so being honest and just telling him how I felt wasn’t an option.
But when I found myself in his home… with him watching me, I knew I’d fail miserably at trying to act like I didn’t want him.
And when things come on hard and fast, I know there’s no going back. I’m about to give Big every part of myself, including my virginity, but then again, I know that’s what he wants.
Me, in his life, as his. Forever.
They’re strong and loyal, heroic and true. They call the mountains and wilderness of Montana home. They’re the Kings of the Mountain.Kings of the Mountain is a five-part series of steamy, sweet, insta love, standalone short story romances. Check out Brock, Flint, Rhett, Max, and Zeke if you like curvy heroines and alpha heroes who fall hard and fast while carving out their happily ever afters.
3.Wild Ride by Jayne Rylon
Can a marriage of convenience turn into true love? Maybe…with the help of the right man.
Quinn has made mistakes—like sleeping with the wrong people. It’s taken him time to figure out what he wants in bed and out of it. Understandable, since he’s attracted to both men and women and surrounded by a network of friends who seem to have no trouble finding love in any combination.
When he meets Trevon—the sexiest man ever—on the side of the road, only one thing keeps Quinn from pursuing him: Trevon’s even sexier wife, Devra.
Like Quinn, Trevon and Devra have led rough lives. Financial and safety concerns forced them into a marriage of convenience they both secretly wish was more.
The lessons Quinn’s past taught him should put the brakes on his fantasies of propositioning Trevon and Devra for a one-night ménage. But the need to atone for his previous transgressions, along with pure temptation, drives him to bring the struggling couple closer, even if it means breaking his own heart in the process.
That is my April TBR list. It is short cause of I have a box set but I know that once I start reading it then I will get through it quick. If I don’t take breaks from it. The reason I am still on Flint’s book is because I wanted to read Lumberjack. And plus I read slow as well. I will do a review on Lumberjack and the books that I have read in March. Stay healthy and stay safe!!