Tackling the To Be Read List (1)


I was going to create a little feature where I'd have you vote on my next TBR book because I am still determined to read at least one of them this year but someone else beat me to it. This works perfectly for lazy me because now I can just sign up for Michelle @ Because Reading's meme instead! If you want to join all of the rules are here.

I grabbed three random books from the top of the most embarrassing pile. So, what do you think I should read (or attempt to read) next? Let me know in the little poll down below.

Also, please feel free to let me know if these are not worth reading! Remember this is the year of the DNF (at least for me!).


Night Shift (Jill Kismet, #1)Night Shift by Lilith Saintcrow
3.76 Rating @ Goodreads

Jill Kismet. Dealer in Dark Things. Spiritual Exterminator. Demon Slayer.

Not everyone can take on the things that go bump in the night.

Not everyone tries.

But Jill Kismet is not just anyone.

She's a Hunter, trained by the best - and in over her head.

Welcome to the night shift...

*Been in the tbr for a few weeks.



1807983The Lady's Tutor by Robin Schone
3.92 Rating @ Goodreads

Married young to a man hand-picked by her father, Elizabeth Petre is an ideal Victorian lady. She has borne two sons and endured sixteen years of selfless duty in a passionless marriage. Craving a man's loving touch yet loyal to her wedding vows, Elizabeth is determined to seduce her coldly indifferent husband. She knows of only one man who can teach her the erotic secrets of love.


The bastard son of an English countess and an Arab sheik, Ramiel Devington was reared to embrace both Western culture and Eastern pleasure. Scorned by society and challenged by prim Elizabeth's request, he undertakes her instruction in the art of sensual delight. But when the lessons become a temptation neither can resist, Elizabeth is forced to choose between obligation and a bold, forbidden passion.

*Been in the tbr pile for over a decade.

SnowSnow by Ronald Malfi
3.69 Rating @ Goodreads

Todd Curry wants nothing more than to spend Christmas with his son. But when a brutal snowstorm cancels his flight from Chicago to Des Moines, Todd and a few other stranded passengers decide to rent a Jeep and make the trip on their own.

During the drive, they pick up a man wandering through the snow, who claims to be searching for his lost daughter. He is disoriented and his story seems peculiar. Strangest of all are the mysterious slashes cut into the back of the man’s coat, straight down to the flesh…

When they arrive at the nearest town, it appears deserted. Windows dark, car abandoned, fired burning unattended. But Todd and the rest of the travelers soon learn the town is far from deserted, and that they are being watched…

*Been in the tbr pile for about 3 months.

Voting Closes Friday, February 10, 2017 and I'll announce the winner soon after. Thanks for helping me out, everyone!


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  1. The Lady's Tutor sounds good and has pretty good GR rating so I went with that one. Hope a good one wins!

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  2. Well, I'm not going to be a great deal of help here! I abandoned Night Shift a few years back and don't like the author much, and I wouldn't be reading The Lady's Tutor so I guess I better vote for the third one! Don't you love having someone as helpful as me?!

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  3. Haha, actually your comment was very helpful :)

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  4. I haven't read any of these but I picked The Lady's Tutor because I'm listening to an historical right now so I'm feeling "historical". ;) Happy reading!

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  5. I voted for Night Shift. I actually don't know much about these three books, but it sounded interesting.

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  6. I voted for Night Shift because I have those too, but haven't read them yet.

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  7. I picked Snow cause I am curious about it and it's on my wishlist, so I need to know if it's worth getting...lol. :)

    Stormi
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    1. lol, if I don't like it, you know I'll tell you :)

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  8. I voted for Night Shift. I hope you enjoy whichever book wins!

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  9. I voted for Night Shift. I hope you enjoy whichever book wins!

    Tina @ As Told By Tina

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  10. Ooh Snow sounds chilling (no pun intended) so I voted for that one. :)

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  11. I picked Night Shift because I have that book on my poor neglected TBR list where it has sat for year. I will let you be the guinea pig and tell me if I should read it. :)

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  12. Snow sounds really interesting so I voted for that one! :) Can't wait to see which one wins!

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    1. Thanks for the vote Michelle and for hosting!

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  13. I really enjoyed Night Shift and the cover for Snow looks wicked. I've done posts where I had people pick my next reads. It makes it fun. I voted for Night Shift.

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  14. These all sound good! I went with Night Shift by Lilith Saintcrow in the end because I've read and enjoyed Saintcrow's work before. I haven't read Night Shift though. I hope you enjoy whichever wins!

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    1. Thanks for the vote! I can't wait to see which book wins out.

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  15. I voted for The Lady's Tutor because it sounds deliciously naughty!!

    Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews

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    1. Thanks for the vote, Lexxie! I bought that darn book new - a million years ago!

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  16. I totally voted for the Night Shift. Snow just sounded to scary for me and I gave up on historical romance years ago because they never grab my interest. But Night Shift reminded me of Kelley Armstrong and Kim Harrison and a few others and I like those. Good luck. I hope you enjoy whichever one you end up reading.

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