Leaving on a jet plane…

Hey folks! Love To Read For Fun is going on vacay! This vacation is loooong overdue. No new posts this week and I’ll post my #bookbloggerswalk update once I return. I know that posting has been a little on the low side so y’all might not notice the difference – ha!  ;) Anyhoo…I hope to get some reading done while relaxing on the beach. I plan to drink too much. Eat too much. Relax on the beach too much. And… Read more »


Ranting and Rambling: Allow me to repeat myself

WARNING: This is a straight up RANT! There will be bad words. Harsh words. Words of frustration. I’ve blogged about this subject before but now I am fed up and I can’t take it anymore!   Allow me to repeat myself: I AM SICK AND TIRED OF 20 SOMETHING HEROINES IN MY ADULT CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE!!! I am thisclose to quitting contemporary romance. You may have noticed that the number of reviews that are posted on this blog have drastically dwindled… Read more »


Audiobook Review: Dead Witch Walking by Kim Harrison

Audiobook Review: Dead Witch Walking by Kim Harrison

The Hollows is one of the many series that’s been on my TBR list for awhile. The series is ending this year so I figured it’s time to finally see what the fuss is all about. Since time isn’t on my side, I decided to listen to the series on audiobook. I started Dead Witch Walking mid June and I’ve just now finished it. Why did it take me so long? Well first, I mainly listen to audiobooks while at… Read more »


Marq’s Month in Review: June 2014

  Soooo I’m still in the Reading Funk to End All Reading Funks. Sheesh!! I don’t know what’s going on but it really needs to stop. I have no desire to read….ANYTHING! That is not like me at all. Even when I have free time, I’d rather watch TV or read a magazine than read a book. This doesn’t bode well for the blog or my Goodreads reading goal. I am 35 books behind schedule! That’s even more added pressure…. Read more »


Ellie’s Month in Review: June 2014

Happy summer everyone!!!! I had an amazing June and July looks to be even better. I hope everyone is having fun in the sun and getting a lot of reading done. I had a great reading month in June and was lucky to even get in a few fun books and hoping this streak continues into the rest of the summer. Here’s my breakdown of June review books:   The Good: Devil’s Game, Reapers MC #3, by Joanna Wylde Grade:… Read more »


#BookBlogWalkers: July and beyond

June was a good month. I walked 34.2 miles in June. My goal for July is to log in 50 miles.  I’ve been working out with a personal trainer for almost a month. I like her a lot. She packs in a high intensity workout in 30 minutes. By the end of the workouts, I am drenched in sweat and out of breath. I’m still doing the 5k training. I have two coming up in August so I need to… Read more »


Review: One Night with a Quarterback by Jeanette Murray

Review: One Night with a Quarterback by Jeanette Murray

Cassie is about to do something that’s going to change her life but first, she wants to have a little fun. Trey is the starting quarterback for the Santa Fe Bobcats. He wants to have a night out without being recognized. While at a club, he notices a woman who’s having the time of her life. Cassie decides that her fun night out should include a one-night stand and Trey is the man for the job. But one night isn’t… Read more »


Review: Shield of Winter by Nalini Singh

Review: Shield of Winter by Nalini Singh

Vasic knows his end is near but as an Arrow he will do everything he can to help save the Psy race before he’s gone. After taking so many lives at the command of others, Vasic feels tainted and has accepted his fate but all that changes when he is assigned to protect Ivy Jane. Ivy is an empath or an E which had been almost eliminated when Silence went into effect many years before. Now the Es are the… Read more »


Review: I Want to Hold Your Hand by Marie Force

Review: I Want to Hold Your Hand by Marie Force

Hannah Abbot Guthrie is still picking up the pieces of her life after losing her husband seven years earlier while he was stationed in Iraq. Hannah has had the support of her family and friends but she hasn’t felt ready to move on romantically from the man she was with since high school. Nolan Roberts was a good friend of her late husband, Caleb, and even a groomsmen at their wedding but after a night of dancing things change for… Read more »


Review: Grim Shadows by Jenn Bennett

Review: Grim Shadows by Jenn Bennett

Lowe Magnusson has returned from Egypt with an artifact that could change his life and get him out of trouble with a San Francisco mobster. Lowe has never had a problem scamming people to make a profit or get himself out of trouble tpbut that all changes when he meets Hadley Bacal. Hadley is different from any woman Lowe has ever met and he soon finds himself feeling guilt over scamming her father and taking the job that Hadley desperately… Read more »