It’s finally officially summer! That means reading outside, summer reads, poolside reads. Hopefully this turns out to be a great reading month!
No Place Like Oz – Danielle Paige. 3/5 stars. A good addition to the series. Provided a lot of insight into Dorothy’s character, and I always appreciate insight.
All the Rage – Courtney Summers. Review. 4/5 stars. A hard read, as it should be with the subject matter.
Until Friday Night – Abbi Glines. Review. 4/5 stars. A great new series from Abbi Glines that I know I’m going to enjoy.
The Witch Must Burn – Danielle Paige. 3/5 stars. Another good addition that provided insight into another character.
Crash – Eve Silver. 3.5/5 stars. Series Review coming. A good finale to a series I really enjoyed. There were times it got a little too technical into the gaming world for me but other than that, it was good.
The Wizard Returns – Danielle Paige. 3/5 stars. And yet another addition to provide insight into a different character of the series.
Emanicpated – MG Reyes. 3/5 stars. Review coming. It was a great concept but there were times it felt like it was trying to be overly complicated. I got invested enough in the characters to pick up the sequel, when it comes out.
Forgive My Fins – Tera Lynn Childs. 3/5 stars. This was a cute beginning to a cute series. It was an easy read and I enjoyed it.
More Happy Than Not – Adam Silvera. Review. 4/5 stars. I think this is an important book to read. I loved the characters, the concept, and the message.
Fins Are Forever – Tera Lynn Childs. 3/5 stars. Feelings were the same as the first book in the series. Cute and enjoyable.
Just For Fins – Tera Lynn Childs. 3/5 stars. And feelings never changed. Very cute series.
Emmy and Oliver – Robin Benway. Review. 4/5 stars. I loved this book. It was very realistic and had such great character interactions.
Joyride – Anna Banks. Review. 3.5/5 stars. This was a fun book to read with the pranks and it was great to see the friendship between the two main characters.
Whispers at Moonride – CC Hunter. 4/5 stars. It makes me very sad that I’m almost done the main part of this series. I’ve really been enjoying the characters and the interactions between the different paranormals.
Angel Burn – LA Weatherly. 3/5 stars. There was a lot of action but it was predictable and not my favourite Angel series. Still enjoyable.
Angel Fire – LA Weatherly. 3/5 stars. Same as the first.
Angel Fever – LA Weatherly. 3/5 stars. Last in the series.
Pivot Point – Kasie West. 4/5 stars. I enjoyed this a lot more than I was expecting. I really like Kasie West’s contemporary books but I wasn’t expecting to like the world in this as much as I did.
Me Before You – Jojo Moyes. 4.5/5 stars. I finally gave in and read Jojo Moyes. My heart broke but I’m glad I read it. The main character was very easy to relate to and I loved the banter.
Ice Kissed – Amanda Hocking. 3/5 stars. A good follow-up to the first one. A bit of a middle book feel to it.
The Night We Said Yes – Lauren Gibaldi. Review. 4/5 stars. A cute book that felt like two stories in one. I really liked the plot, the whole concept, and the characters.
5 to 1 – Holly Bodger. Review. 4/5 stars. An interesting world and I loved the different narration styles. It worked well.
The Summer of Chasing Mermaids – Sarah Ockler. Review. 4.5/5 stars. Such a cute book. A really great summer read that ended up having an important message.
Dead to Me – Mary McCoy. Review coming. 3.5/5 stars. I really enjoyed the mystery and the old Hollywood feel to the book.
Paperweight – Meg Haston. Review coming. 4/5 stars. Another book with an important message. The main character’s growth into accepting and realizing she needed help was great.
Unleashed – Sophie Jordan. 3.5/5 stars. I didn’t enjoy it as much as the first book but there was still a lot of action, I still enjoyed the concept and the characters.
Everything Leads to You – Nina LaCour. Review coming. 4/5 stars. A very cute book. It was interesting to see the glimpse into the behind the scenes of movies and I enjoyed the romance and the mystery.
Messenger of Fear – Michael Grant. 3.5/5 stars. It was an interesting concept and got a little creepy at times. Definitely excited to see the sequel.
The Girl At Midnight – Melissa Grey. 3/5 stars. It was enjoyable but for some reason I found it hard to connect with the characters.
Raised by Wolves – Jennifer Lynn Barnes. 3.5/5 stars. I was a little surprised at how much I enjoyed this book. It was interesting and I really like the main character.