So far the summer seems to be alternating between colder than normal temperature with rain and extreme mugginess that makes it impossible to sleep. Not so good for pool days or tanning but great for reading.
Never Always Sometimes – Adi Alsaid. Review. 4/5 stars. I did prefer the characters in Let’s Get Lost but I did like the quirkiness and the way he chose to tell the story.
Every Last Word – Tamara Ireland Stone. Review. 4.5/5 stars. This book was so good. I fell in love with it.
Marked – PC and Kristin Cast. 3/5 stars. I’ve own this series for a while but never read it so I decided it was time this month. It’s good so far but not grabbing me like other paranormal series have.
Saint Anything – Sarah Dessen. Review. 4/5 stars. Loved the characters and whose POV she chose to write from. It gave a unique perspective.
Daughter of Deep Silence – Carrie Ryan. Review. 3/5 stars. The whole premise was interesting but I had problems with the plot.
Get Dirty – Gretchen McNeil. Review. 4/5 stars. I enjoyed this conclusion more than the beginning, just by a little. More characters meant the dynamics of the group changed so there were some interesting interactions.
Untamed – PC and Kristin Cast. 3.5/5 stars. Some of the books in this series might need to be a re-read to fully appreciate them. They seem to be a go-to right now on muggy nights and sometimes it’s hard to concentrate.
How (not) to Fall in Love – Lisa Brown Roberts. Review. 3.5/5 stars. Really cute and light read. Great for poolside or beach reading.
Tiny Pretty Things – Sona Charaipotra/Dhonielle Clayton. Review. 4/5 stars. Loved the ballet aspect. Did wish there was more female friendship.
Finding Audrey – Sophie Kinsella. Review coming. 3.5/5 stars. First Sophie Kinsella book and I enjoyed it. There were a few over the top moments but overall, I liked Audrey and there were great character interactions.
Chasing Impossible – Katie McGarry. Review coming. 4.5/5 stars. I love these characters and it was great to see so many of them from the series present in this book. Both Logan and Abby were very complicated characters.
What You Left Behind – Jessica Verdi. Review coming. 3.5/5 stars. It was good and I teared up a few times but I think I expected to be sobbing and I wasn’t. Still, a very good story about grief and forgiveness.