It's probably not really a shocker. I got rid of my entire TBR. It didn't go far, just to my sister's. Before we left for vacation I gave her every book in my TBR pile and a big bag of books I'd read in the last couple of months. I should qualify this, I gave her my entire romance TBR pile, I've still got boxes of mysteries/suspense/horrors (to many to actually count).
So, we get back and I realize I've got 2 books left(The Assassin by Rachel Butler and The Cobra and the Concubine by Bonnie Vanak. I almost had a panic attack.
While Jr. was in school on Tuesday I ran to the brand, spanking new Barnes & Noble that opened while we were away. I wondered around in fog for 45 minutes and only bought 2 books:
- The Veil of Night by Lydia Joyce
- Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evie by Marianne Stillings
How is it possible to wonder that long and only find 2 books? I can't even explain it.
I still had about an hour to kill, so I headed to the UBS and picked up Madeline Hunter's Lord of Sin and used:
- The Husband Hunt--all three by Jillian Hunter
- Jane's Warlord
- Master of the Night--both by Angela Knight
- A Loving Scoundrel--Johanna Lindsey--need to keep up with the Mallorys
While I was putting books on my bookshelves I discovered I had filed Taylor Chase's Heart of Deception with keepers, but hadn't read it, so I can add 1 more to the TBR pile. I also pulled out 2 Juliana Garnett's, The Knight and The Laird.
That brought my entire romance TBR pile to 14 books. I've since read The Assassin and The Veil of Night. That leaves 12 books on my TBR pile (see I can do simple math--LOL).
Twelve books and I've pledged to read 15 for the June's RT TBR challenge. I'll be heading back to the UBS today while Jrs in school.
Got to go, we're already running late.
Have a great day, and happy reading.