Sunday 1 January 2017

2017 Contemporary Romance Challenge #ContRom2017

The Contemporary Romance Reading Challenge was created by The Book Vixen and was hosted by Gone with the Words and Love at First Page in 2016. It's been taken over by Andi's ABCS for 2017. If you'd like to join me taking part in this years challenge you can find the sign up page HERE

This is will be my fifth year taking part in the contemporary romance challenge and I'm really looking forward to it. I seem to be binging on my main love of paranormal romance and urban fantasy at the moment but I still enjoy contemporary romance so although I'm reading a bit less I'd like to carry on keeping track of it.

2010 - I read 16 contemporary romance stories
2011 - I read 5 contemporary romance stories
2012 - I read 71 contemporary romance stories
2013 - I read 116 contemporary romance stories
2014 - I read 94 contemporary romance stories
2015 - I read 51 contemporary romance stories
2016 - I read 22 contemporary romance stories

I'm going to set my goal for 2017 at 20 books so that I'm not putting myself under too much pressure.

I will update this post to include links to my reviews as I post them.

January (read other participant's reviews here)
  1. All He Wants for Christmas - Anthology
  2. Ride 'Em - Delphine Dryden
January's Monthly Topic: Anticipated contemporary romances for the 1st half of 2017

February (read other participant's reviews here)
  1. For 100 Days - Lara Adrian (I re-read this book but the link takes you to my original review)
  2. For 100 Nights - Lara Adrian
  3. F*ck Club: Riley - Shiloh Walker
  4. Mastering Her Senses - Laura Kaye
March (read other participant's reviews here)
June (read other participant's reviews here)
  1. Feel Me - Cecy Robson
July (read other participant's reviews here)
September (read other participant's reviews here)
  1. Catch My Fall - Jessica Scott
  2. Theirs to Take - Laura Kaye
October (read other participant's reviews here)
  1. Paradise Found - Vivian Arend
November (read other participant's reviews here)
  1. Rock Hard - Nalini Singh (I re-read this book but the link takes you to my original review)

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