January 30th, 2021


Book Reports (17-20) ...

Because I've had trouble keeping up with my reading, I'm going to change my book report style a bit. Now I'm aiming to write reviews on Goodreads and simply post the link here. But I'm also going to change my star system:

* = Just not for me
** = Interesting premise but not engaging enough to complete
*** = Okay; didn't love but liked enough to finish (or at least skim)
**** = Good; liked the writing style and/or the plot enough to stick with it
***** = Loved; will definitely keep and/or re-read

The Easy Way, by May Archer -- m/m romantic mystery -- After Camden's parents were killed in a plane crash, Camden's brother went into hiding, and running the family company has fallen directly onto Camden's shoulders, so when the FBI comes searching for the mastermind behind the plane crash, Camden has to face the truth, as well.


The Long Way, by May Archer -- m/m romantic mystery -- Cain is having to figure out how to move forward after learning about his dad's involvement in his business partner's murder; Damon, the pilot of the plane that crashed (and the only survivor) wants to help Cain do the right thing.


The Right Way, by May Archer -- m/m romantic mystery -- Drew and Bas have been best friends for most of their lives, and Drew has been in love with Bas for almost that long; now that they're both being targeted by the Russian mob, Drew no longer has the luxury of keeping to himself and getting over his crush, and the more time Bas spends with him, the more he realizes that Drew might be someone he wants in non-platonic ways.


Watch Me, by Sloane Kennedy -- m/m romantic mystery -- Archer is next in line to run a huge company; because of this, the owner wants personal protection as threats have come in, and Nik is hired as the bodyguard -- but Archer doesn't want a bodyguard, and he resists all the way.