Summer Reading Round-Up

Summer Reading Round-Up

On the official last day of my summer vacation *cries* I’m sharing what I’ve read over the last two months.

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This is my sad no-more-summer face.

It’s been a great summer for books and I’m proud of myself for branching out of my little YA contemporary bubble.

 

Here’s what I really enjoyed, in no particular order:

One Night by AJ Pine – loved the chemistry between the main characters, this one was so sweet.

Stealing Parker and Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally – I read her series backwards and I think Stealing Parker is my new favorite.

Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan – SO funny.  And now I want to go to Singapore and eat all the street food.

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins – did not live up to the hype for me, but it did keep me interested until the end.  Very readable despite unlovable characters.

The Royal We by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan – so much love for this one.  REALLY long but worth it.

Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas – Finally got around to this one.  I enjoyed it but again, not as much as I expected, given the hype.  Figured out the ending ahead of time.

Sweet by Emmy Layborne – this was so disturbing and so much fun.  You really have to suspend your disbelief.  Loved it.

Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen – not my favorite SD book, but I think the storyline about unwanted affection was so so important and I’m glad it’s in there.

What We Saw by Aaron Hartzler –  a tough read, but also important.  We need more books about the bystander.

Loving Dallas by Caisey Quinn – enjoyed this one, it’s frothy fun.  Looking forward to the 3rd book soon!

Taste The Heat by Rachel Harris – another book that made me hungry!

 

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