2018 Reading Challenge: 10 books read!

I have finished my first ten books of the year! Here they are:

1. Hate To Want You (Forbidden Hearts #1) by Alisha Rai. Fiction/Romance/Contemporary/Erotic. 5 stars.

2. Wrong To Need You (Forbidden Hearts #2) by Alisha Rai. Fiction/Romance/Contemporary/Erotic. 4 stars.

3. Waiting On You (Blue Heron #3) by Kristan Higgins. Fiction/Romance/Contemporary/Small Town. 3 stars.

4. Pachinko by Min Jin Lee. Fiction/Historical Fiction/Cultural/Korea/Japan/1930s/WWII. 3 stars.

5. The Color Purple by Alice Walker. Fiction/Classics/Historical Fiction/American South/African-American lit. 4 stars.

6. Sex With Kings: 500 Years of Adultery, Power, Rivalry, and Revenge by Eleanor Herman. Nonfiction/History/European History/Royals/Biography. 3 stars. 

7. A Wrinkle In Time (Time Quintet #1) by Madeleine L'Engle. Fiction/Classics/Children's Fiction/Sci-Fi and Fantasy. 4 stars. 

8. His Perfect Partner (Matched To Perfection #1) by Priscilla Oliveras. Fiction/Romance/Contemporary. 3 stars. 

9. Tessa & Scott: Our Journey from Childhood Dream to Gold by Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir as told to Steve Milton. Nonfiction/Biography/Memoir/Sports/Athletes/Figure Skating. 3 stars.

Nonfiction/Travel/Memoir. 4 stars.


  1. Yay! Goal's a rolling! Lots of romance on the list. :) I'm not sure I've read A Wrinkle In Time, which is weird because I definitely remember other people reading it, and I read all the books back then.

    1. A little too much romance on the list, I think--I might've oversaturated myself :-) A Wrinkle in Time was really cute!

  2. I've only read the Color Purple out of your list. I do remember the style was very unique.

    1. Epistolary, yeah. I used to read epistolary YA historical novels, so it didn't feel too dissimilar to me.


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