Tuesday, July 4, 2017


Even more books I want to share! 
We Are Okay:  Maybe I am in the minority on this, but I did not like this book very much. I thought the story was slow and didn't have much of a plot either. 1 star

The Kind Worth Killing: This was a work club book and it was so fast paced and twisty. Constant unexpected twist and turns! The ending though, come on!  As soon as I finished, I had to read the discussion board on Goodreads on theories of that ending (don't want to give it away).  I highly recommend this for all who like a good suspense novel. 4.5 stars

Breathe, Annie, Breath:  Annie is training for a marathon in honor of her boyfriend that recently died.  He was training to run the same marathon before he died in a car accident. The only problem Annie hates running. This one was meh.  2 stars

Pushing the Limits: The story is about 2 teens who each have their own problems and tragedies in their life. Echo gets assigned to tutor Noah. They don't like each other at first, but unite against their counselor. 3 stars

Rich People Problems: Great ending book to this triology! I highly recommend reading these right after another because there are SO many characters to remember and follow. 4.5 stars

Come to Me Quietly: Aleena has loved her brother's best friend since she was little. She hasn't seen him for 6 years and then he walks back into her life. There is a 2nd book, but I probably won't read it anytime soon.  3 stars

Archer's Voice: What a great non-typical love story and refreshingly different! It was worth the read and wonderfully written.  4 stars

Always and Forever Lara Jean: Perfect ending to this triology. You have to read this adorable series!  4 stars

The Edge of Never:  First, how perfect is that french braid on the cover?!  Cam is tired of her life, so she hops on a Greyhound bus with no real destination. She meets Andrew who happens so sit behind her. They decide to go on a road trip together. The rest of the book is their adventure together and the big secret is revealed about Andrew. I'm glad there was an epilogue.  3.5 stars

Spring 2017 Part 1 here
Spring 2017 Part 2 here


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