Blood red is the season’s hottest color . . .
With her wedding day mere weeks away, home stager Caprice De Luca is busy arranging every last detail for the reception at Rambling Vines Winery–a stylish venue she redecorated two years earlier. But the closer the bride-to-be gets to saying, “I do,” the more a celebration at Rambling Vines seems like a terrible mistake. As financial mishaps and unhappy customers put the winery in the red, an unidentified criminal plots to sour the business’s already ailing reputation. Worst of all, a romance from co-owner Michelle Dodd’s past could leave a permanent stain on Caprice’s best friend’s current love life. When Michelle’s aloof husband is found stabbed to death on a chaise lounge in the tasting room, Caprice vows to name the calculating culprit and set things right before her dream nuptials dissolve into a deadly nightmare …
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This is the month where I’m taking part in one of the only month-long readathons which I actually halfway succeed in and that is the N.E.W.Ts Readathon. Consider all those books on my monthly TBR, although I’ve already strayed off that TBR. I want to take part in ARC August and since I’ve already read two ARCs, I’m already doing better than I have in previous months.
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So I got to the third week of July and realised that not only had I not read any of the big books I wanted to read this month, but I also hadn’t read anything else. So my TBR was getting bigger and bigger, I was getting closer to when my library books were due back and I hadn’t read anything. So I signed up for a readathon, found out which books were due back in the library first and set myself to actually reading. This was one of my worst reading months, but I did enjoy most of what I read this month.
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So, this readathon went better than I thought. Considering I forgot about the last two readathons I took part in, this one went better. I was in such a reading slump through July that I welcomed a set TBR. I didn’t stick to it completely because I was trying to work on my July TBR as well, but I read some of the books I wanted to read. Plus I think I got out of my reading slump, so yay? Good and bad points all round but I’ll take it.
This readathon ran from the 22nd to the 28th July and the twitter is here.
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