2019 Bookworm Bingo Challenge

Row One: 4/5

  1. A book from a series you love – Frisky Business by Lila Monroe
  2. A book with food in the title – Man Candy by Lila Monroe 
  3. A book you didn’t want to put down – Birth of a Baby Daddy by Piper Rayne
  4. A paranormal book – 
  5. A book over 400 pages – McCall & Company: Emboozlement by Rich Leder

Row Two: 4/5

  1. A book with a red cover – 
  2. A book with Zombies – A Bargain in Silver by Josie Jaffrey
  3. A book by a female author – Do It Yourself by Ava Sterling 
  4. A book from a ‘one click buy’ author – Mr Casanova by Lila Monroe
  5. A book you heard about on Goodreads – The Player Gets Coached by Janet Nissenson 

Row Three: 4/5

  1. A book you can finish in a day – Dance Like You Mean It by Jeanne Skartsiaris
  2. A book with a shirtless guy on the cover – Soulmate by Katie McCoy 
  3. A book about witches – The Libertine (Taskill Witches #2) by Saskia Walker
  4. A book with non-human characters – The Scented Bones by Angelina Kerner 
  5. A book with action and adventure in it –  

Row Four: 3/5

  1. A book by an author you love but haven’t read – You’ve Got Male by Lila Monroe
  2. A book that takes place in the summer – The Sweetest Oblivion by Danielle Lori
  3. A book about a crime detective – 
  4. A book with a car chase in it – 
  5. An erotica romance – A Fair Swap: A Swingers Story by Ava Sterling 

Row Five: 2/5

  1. A book under 100 pages – The Long Body That Connects Us All by Rich Marcello
  2. A book with an alien in it –
  3. A book with an animal on the cover –
  4. A book with weather in the title –
  5. A book published in 2017 – Playing Hard (Play Series Book 2) by Amanda Love

Row Six: 4/5

  1. A contemporary romance – Playing to Win by Ashlie Knapp
  2. A book with a tree on the cover – Blood Moon (Chroma Crossing Chronicles Part 1) by S. Yurvati
  3. A book involving time travel –
  4. A book by two authors – The Distiller’s Darling by Rebecca Norinne and Jamaila Brinkley 
  5. The third book in a series – Heartbreaker by Katie McCoy 

Row Seven: 4/5

  1. A book by an author who uses initials in their pen name – True Grandeur: A Hollywood Novel by Cal R. Barnes
  2. A book with magic – The Jezebel by Saskia Walker
  3. A book with water on the cover – 
  4. A book with a one word title – Troublemaker by Katie McCoy
  5. A book published this year – Lessons from a One-Night Stand by Piper Rayne 

Row Eight: 3/5

  1. A book that would make a good movie or TV series –
  2. A book from your Goodreads ‘to-read’ list – Loving Storm (Ashes & Embers Book 5) by Carian Cole
  3. A book that features supernatural powers – A Girl Named Calamity by Danielle Lori
  4. A book set somewhere you have travelled to – The Girl of His Dreams by Janet Nissenson
  5. A book with an outstanding hero or heroine – 

Row Nine: 3/5

  1. A book that made you laugh out loud – 
  2. A book by an author new to you – Realm of Mindweavers by Marianne Ratcliffe
  3. A book set in a different country – Advice from a Jilted Bride by Piper Rayne
  4. A book with dancing in it –
  5. A book from a series new to you – How to Choose a Guy in 10 Days by Lila Monroe 

Row Ten: 3/5

  1. A book that scares you – 
  2. The last book in a series – Best Man by Lila Monroe
  3. A book under 200 pages – Playing Deep (Play Series Book 1) by Amanda Love
  4. A book by a male author – Aaru by David Meredith
  5. A book your mum loves –

Row Eleven: 0/5

  1. book set at Christmas time –  
  2. A mystery or thriller – 
  3. A book by an author with your first name –
  4. A book with a dragon in it –
  5. A book with a beautiful cover – 

 

55 books in total with a few new ones to mix it up. Let’s see if I can complete it this year!

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