Today I am going to be sharing with you some of the books which I have managed to read. This month of course, we have seen the country spend the whole month in lockdown. This means that I have had both kids at home with me. Of course, this means I have not had as much time to read. I have been having to work on a night and do other things as well. So this is one of the reasons I have not been smashing so many books as some people. I am still hoping to get my collections of books down this month anyway. There is still something like 165 on my bookshelf so if I can get a few more out that would be great. If you are looking to see what I have read previously in January and February. Anyway on to the books which I have read in the month of March.
Diary of a Submissive: A Modern True Tale of Sexual Awakening By Sophie Morgan 3/5 Stars
Plot- Here is a memoir that offers the real story of what it means to be a submissive. From the endorphin rush of her first spanking right through to punishments the likes of which she couldn’t begin to imagine. She explains in frank and explicit fashion the road she travels. But it isn’t until she meets James that her boundaries are really pushed. As her relationship with him travels into darker and darker places the question becomes: where will it end? Can she reconcile her sexuality with the rest of her life and is it possible for the perfect man to also be perfectly cruel?
My Thoughts- This was not a bad book at all I enjoyed reading this actually. This is a pure sex book to be honest so if this is not something you would enjoy well the book will not be for you. I thought we could have built on the characters a little bit more. It is not completely shocking or disturbing however, it could be to people who do not know anything about BDSM. It was quite a easy read for me however, I am not in a rush to get hold of the second book in this series.
The Best of Me- Nicholas Sparks 3/5 Stars
Plot– The Best Of Me centres upon two former high school sweethearts from opposite sides of the tracks. Now middle-aged, each of them have deep regrets about the past. When they both return to their hometown for the funeral of their former mentor, they will be forced to confront the choices they made, and ask whether love can truly rewrite the past.
My Thoughts- I am not going to lie it too me a while to get into this book. I think I had read more than 50% before I felt like I was into it. There was some elements to me wrong with the book I did not seem to get attached to the characters for some reason I thought this book was going to make me cry. Well it didn’t I thought that there could have been more written about the relationship between Dawson and Amanda. This is not a bad book I would recommend it if you are looking for a easy read. I have heard some of the other Nicholas Sparks books are better than this one.
Men I’ve Loved before- Adele Parks 4/5 Stars
Plot– Neil and Nat seem to be perfectly matched. They hate Marmite and the opera. They love reality TV and the missionary position. And they both absolutely do not want children. At least that’s what Nat thought. But now Neil seems to have softened to the prospect and he’s practically begging her for a baby. Nat tries to ignore his change of heart and won’t explain her reasons for hating the idea; she can’t. Are they that compatible after all? As the cracks start to show, Nat wonders if Neil really is the man of her dreams. Or is it possible that someone from her past could actually be ‘the one’?
My Thoughts- I actually managed to read this book in a couple of days. I could not actually put it down it became addicted I had to know what happened. This story has a few characters who tell there story. They all seem to have been built well we feel like we know them. There is no taking sides in this book either which is amazing.I would 100% recommend this book and I might have to read some more of the Adele Parks books which I have in my collection now. This was a perfect book to read during lockdown.
What books have you read this month?