Monthly Reads: March 2022

Posted April 5, 2022 by Casee in Features, Giveaways | 10 Comments

It’s a new month so we’re back with a list of our Monthly Reads to share with each of you. This is where you’ll see what each of us has read and what our favorite books and our least favorite books of the month are. Check it out.


I read 7 books this month.

Highball Rush (Bootleg Springs #6) by Claire Kingsley | 4.5 out of 5
Faking Ms. Right (Dirty Martini Running Club #1) by Claire Kingsley | 4 out of 5
Phantom Game (GhostWalkers #18) by Christine Feehan | 4 out of 5
Munro (Immortals After Dark #18) by Kresley Cole | 3.75 out of 5
Rewriting the Stars (Bailey Brothers #6) by Claire Kingsley | 5 out of 5
A Warm Heart in Winter (BDB #18.5) by J.R. Ward | 3.75 out of 5
Give Me a Reason (Redemption Hills #1) (reread) by A.L. Jackson

My favorite book of the month was Rewriting the Stars (Bailey Brothers #6) by Claire Kingsley. That book was everything I expected and more than I had hoped. My least favorite was A Warm Heart in Winter (BDB #18.5) by J.R. Ward.


I managed to finish 10 books in March, but it was a push. Things are starting to slow down for me at work, so hopefully April will be a better reading month for me.

The Queen’s Gambit (Rogue Queen #1) by Jessie Mihalik | 3 out of 5
The Queen’s Advantage (Rogue Queen #2) by Jessie Mihalik | 3 out of 5
The Queen’s Triumph (Rogue Queen #3) by Jessie Mihalik | 3 out of 5
Night Reigns (Immortal Guardians #2) by Dianne Duvall | 4 out of 5
Phantom Shadows (Immortal Guardians #3) by Dianne Duvall | 3.75 out of 5
In Still Darkness (Immortal Guardians #3.5) by Dianne Duvall | 3.5 out of 5
Moon Craving (Children of the Moon #1) (reread) by Lucy Monroe | 4 out of 5
Fated (Pack of Dawn and Destiny #3) by K.M. Shea | 3.75 out of 5
Wild Night (Midnight Empire: The Tower #1) by Annabel Chase | 3.75 out of 5
Miss Moriarty, I Presume? (Lady Sherlock #6) by Sherry Thomas | 3.75 out of 5

My favorite read of the month was Wild Night by Annabel Chase, with Miss Moriarty, I Presume? as a close second. My least favorite read of the month was The Queen’s Advantage by Jessie Mihalik. I’ve read and enjoyed other books by this author, but this series wasn’t as successful for me.

Giveaway Alert

Three lucky winners will choose their prize (one book) from any of the books we logged this month. If you want to be entered to win, leave a comment on this post telling us what your favorite – and least favorite – reads of the month were.

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Monthly Reads: March 2022

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10 responses to “Monthly Reads: March 2022

  1. DiscoDollyDeb

    I read 14 books in March. In addition to Claire Kingsley’s REWRITING THE STARS (which I loved) and Serena Bell’s SLEEPOVER, my favorite book was Aleksandr Voinov’s BURN THIS CITY, a gritty m/m mafia romance: it involves EVERY trigger, but I still found it well-written and a great slow-burn/enemies-to-lovers.

    I didn’t hate anything I read, but Riley Hart’s OFF-LIMITS, an m/m stepbrother romance, was a bit lackluster.

  2. Kareni

    Some favorites ~ I read Anne Cleeland’s newest book, Murder in Immunity, which caused me to begin a reread of the Doyle and Acton series. I’m up to number ten, I think. I also enjoyed Anne Bishop’s Crowbones and the London Calling Box Set (Lost in Time) by A.L. Lester. The latter is a compilation of three historical (primarily male/male) romantic suspense works with a time travel element.

    I didn’t finish a number of books so consider those my least favorites.

  3. Wendy

    I liked S J Bennett’s All the Queen’s Men and Josie Silver’s One Night on the Island. I DNF’d a couple of books but I think it was me and not the books.

  4. Kim

    I re-read Made in Manhattan by Lauren Layne and Sherry Thomas’ Miss Moriarty, I Presume and enjoyed both.

  5. Glenda M

    I did a couple Sarah MacLean and Eloisa James re-reads, then read Sarah’s Love By The Numbers series (and Eloisa’s How to Be a Wallflower early this month). Grace Burrowes and Erica Ridley have a quartet of novellas and I read the first 3: A Tryst by the Sea; An Affair by the Sea; and A Spinster by the Sea. I enjoyed all those books. I dnf’ed a couple of freebie books that really aren’t even worth mentioning.

  6. bn100

    worst book: Revealing Us by Lisa Renee Jones
    They Do It With Mirrors by Agatha Christie was interesting

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