A Christmas romance. A demon lover & reaching my Goodreads Goal.(Weekend Catch Up)

11 thoughts on “A Christmas romance. A demon lover & reaching my Goodreads Goal.(Weekend Catch Up)”

  1. Hi Bree, happy sunday. My suggestion would be to increase it incrementally throughout the year that way you don’t set yourself up for failure nor create extra pressure. This method has been successful for me in the past. My best reading year was 2 years ago when I read 75 books. The most I’ve managed to read. Well, the following year I set my goodreads challenge to 75 and didn’t reach it. Since then, I have not managed to read not even 50 books… In my case, I feel pressured by not meeting my goodreads challenge. I’ve realized it would be best to document my reading in my notebook like I used to and I can always add them on goodreads later…

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  2. I read Christmas books year round. They always help to lift my mood. Also, I need to read more paranormal romance. I really enjoyed Haunted by Christina C Jones. As far as GoodReads, I usually set my goal low because I usually forget to add the books I’m reading to my profile.

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  3. The Demon Lover has captured my interest 👀 I LOVE a good atmospheric read and this one seems to have all the right ingredients! I will be staying tuned to see your final thoughts 🖤 wow! Ok so I’m shamefully behind on my Goodreads goal and that’s cause I slumped hard for two mths out of the first half of this year. I know I’ll catch up but still I’m one of those Bookworms that likes to meet set goals lol. I think raising it up a smidge can’t hurt but also after a certain # don’t really think it too necessary. I feel like anything after is just extra credit you know? 😂 I may have to lower mine from 100 this y at cause I don’t think I’ll quite meet that but who knows 🤞🏼happy reading! 🖤

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  4. Is the Haven Point series all Christmas or winter books? I love that idea! Just like with mystery, settings in romance novels will determine my enjoyment. I like rural or mountain settings in series like this. Your five star rave about this book is tempting me.

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    1. It’s not! Now the first book was a Christmas novel, the second book wasn’t and then there was the third which was another Christmas romance. I don’t think you’d necessarily have to read all of them. They could definitely be standalones. Just characters from previous books are mentioned in each new book

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