Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly event hosted over at The Broke and the Bookish.
I’ve mentioned this a few times, but I will mention it again – This has not been a good reading year for me. I’ve been reading at a much slower rate, have been in some reading slumps, and have struggled finding books that appeal to me. So my struggle with these books can’t be completely based on my personal feelings, because I’ve been in such a funk. I’m not as bad as I was earlier in the summer, but I’m not back to normal. Anyway, here are some books I struggled getting into. Some I’ve finished ands some I haven’t.
In no particular order . . .
Your Tempting Love by Layla Hagen
I so loved the first book I read by Hagen, but all the other books I’ve read by her I’ve struggled getting into. I did finish this, though, and did like it. It’s not a favorite, but it was still enjoyable.
Your Captivating Love by Layla Hagen
I just finished this last night. It took me forever to really get into, but I did enjoy it.
Devil of the Highlands by Lynsay Sands
I finished this as well, but it is one of my least favorite Sands books.
Hollywood Scandals by Louise Bay
I’m listening to the audiobook of this right now, and it’s been a struggle to get myself to listen to this. And one of the narrators is the wonderful Sebastian York. I don’t hate this, and I will finish it, but I’m not at all excited about it.
The CEO Buys In by Nancy Herkness
I actually stopped reading this one. It wasn’t bad, I just couldn’t at all get into it. I might go back to it at another date.
I have read some fabulous books lately, though, that I had no problems getting into. Books like The Duchess Deal by Tessa Dare, Hold Your Breath and Hold Your Breath by Katie Ruggle, for example.