March Reads



March was strange in that I read a lot of books. And I mean A LOT! Umm… Yeah… Only a few are featured above, and I haven’t written reviews for all the books I read yet. I’ll get there eventually.

  1. Requiem’s Song by Daniel Arenson
  2. Beauty and the Beast by K.M. Shea
  3. The Wild Swans by K.M. Shea
  4. Cinderella and the Colonel by K.M. Shea
  5. Puss in Boots by K.M. Shea
  6. Rumpelstiltskin by K.M. Shea
  7. The Little Selkie by K.M. Shea
  8. Swan Lake by K.M. Shea
  9. Sleeping Beauty by K.M. Shea
  10. Arousal by Simone Sowood
  11. The Moon is a Harsh Mistress by Robert A. Heinlein
  12. Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge
  13. Financing the Words by Pavarti K. Tyler
  14. Hunter by Erin R. Bedford
  15. Pirate by Erin R. Bedford
  16. Thief by Erin R. Bedford
  17. Mirror by Erin R. Bedford
  18. Bearing the Cold by Emilia Foxton
  19. A Beast in Bed by Emilia Foxton
  20. Her Two Alphas by Emilia Foxton
  21. Too Hot Too Bear by Emilia Foxton
  22. Alpha Geek by Milly Taiden
  23. Breaking Her Innocence by Madison Faye
  24. Professor by Madison Faye
  25. Sugar & Spice by Madison Faye
  26. Shifters Forever: Box Set by Elle Thorne
  27. Bearly Awake by D.R. Perry
  28. Pippa of Lauramore by Shari L. Tapscott
  29. Anwen of Primewood by Shari L. Tapscott
  30. Seirsha of Errinton by Shari L. Tapscott
  31. Audette of Brookraven by Shari L. Tapscott
  32. Rosie of Triblue by Shari L. Tapscott
  33. Puss Without Boots by Shari L. Tapscott
  34. Waking the Dragon by Rinelle Grey
  35. The Princess Companion by Melanie Cellier
  36. The Princess Fugitive by Melanie Cellier
  37. The Princess Pact by Melanie Cellier
  38. Happily Ever Afters by Melanie Cellier


There were a lot of reasons I read all these books, but the main one was that I discovered Kindle Unlimited and went a little crazy. When I found a book I liked that was part of a series, I read every book in the series. On top of that, I hit a fairy tale retelling kick and read a whole bunch of those by various authors. Yeah… And I’m still looking for more, so if you know any fairy tale retellings, feel free to let me know. And bonus points if they’re available on Kindle Unlimited.

collage-2017-04-08(4)Disclaimer: All images pulled from Goodreads.


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