The Weekly Rewind: April 29, 2018

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Hey guys!

This was an off week for me. I spent most of the week being a Negative Nancy and I just decided to read instead of interacting with people. I think my mood is also to blame for this reading slump I’m in and it sucks because it’s setting me back on my ARC schedule. I have so many May ARCs to read and I just want to get them over with as soon as possible. Anyways, I’m just gonna jump right into this week’s wrap-up before I go off on a random tangent.

Let’s get started!

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Laaawwwddd, I read all the filth this week! Soooo, I’m in a reading slump which means the only types of books I can read are eroticas because they’re quick reads and I usually finish them in a day. I binge-read the first two books in The Fallen Men series and even though MC romances aren’t my go-to types of romances, these books weren’t so bad. I buddy-read I Flipping Love You with Nick and it was an okay read. El Malo and Voyeur were two new releases and I picked them up because I was still in my slump and they were okay reads. I’m low key salty I didn’t end up loving Voyeur because Fiona Cole is one of my favorites authors and I was kind of expecting more.

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Yes I am still reading Making Up and no it’s not because I’m not loving it. I’m in a reading slump so I keep setting this book aside until I know for sure I can read without being moody.

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I requested Rumor Has It after Deanna told me that this was the fourth book in the Real Love series. Even though the series is a hit or miss with me, I still want to see who the next couple is. Side note, this cover and title doesn’t match the other books in the series and I don’t like it.

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[April 22] The Weekly Rewind: April 22, 2018

[April 23] Love and Other Words by Christina Lauren

➳ [April 24] Top Ten Tuesday: Frequently Used Words In Romance Titles

➳ [April 25] WWW Wednesday- April 25, 2018

➳ [April 27] Cover Reveal: Folsom by Tarryn Fisher & Willow Aster

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That’s all for this week! Comment down below and let me know how your reading/blogging week went! 

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I'm Ari, a local NYC bibliophile and a forever daydreamer. You can usually find me with my nose buried in a book and my head up in the clouds. I am also a coffee addict and a chocolate connoisseur. I fell in love with the romance genre about three years ago and I haven't been able to stop reading about happily-ever-afters, which is ironic because I'm a bit of a cynical romantic in real life, haha. I hope you all enjoy my blog and fangirling with me about all the smutty reads!

7 thoughts on “The Weekly Rewind: April 29, 2018

    1. El Malo was boring af. I thought the girl would be a badass CIA agent and fuck shit up but it didn’t go down like that. You should skip it and just read Pretty Stolen Dolls. That whole series was fucked up but at least it was entertaining.

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  1. Boo to reading slumps. I am also suffering from one of those but you’re being way more successful getting through at least a few books in your slump, I’m just sat there hating everything I’m picking it up and not knowing what I want to read. I think I’ve figured a good book to read after seeing a really good review only to pick it up and then put it right on back down. I hope you get through your slump soon as Lucy Parker’s latest really is one which deserves your full attention and all the love. It’s a great book, I really liked Trix and Leo, I didn’t expect to like them as much as I did, they were just so darn cute.

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