July Wrap Up

I read a total of 14 books in July and not only did I read some great books, but I also discovered some new authors that I really like! The books at the top are books from my personal TBR that I either own or borrowed from the library and the books at the bottom are from publishers!

Our Dark Duet (Monsters of Verity #2) by Victoria Schwab 4/5 stars

Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios  4/5 stars

Paper Princess (The Royals #1) by Erin Watt  4/5 stars

Broken Prince (The Royals #2) by Erin Watt  4/5 stars

Twisted Palace (The Royals #3) by Erin Watt  4/5 stars

Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty  4/5 stars

 

Trust by Kylie Scott  4/5 stars

Watch Me Disappear by Janelle Brown 3/5 stars

Conversations With Friends by Sally Rooney  3/5 stars

Women Who Move Mountains by Sue Detweiler  4/5 stars

Girl in Snow by Danya Kukafka  4/5 stars

The Essential Guide to Prayer by Dutch Sheets  3/5 stars

Landscape with Invisible Hand by M.T. Anderson  3/5 stars

It’s Not Yet Dark by Simon Fitzmaurice  4/5 stars

 

I read so many great books this month. Our Dark Duet was a great sequel to This Savage Song and I highly recommend the series. I read an ARC of Trust by Kylie Scott, which I really enjoyed and was the first book by her that I have read. I was a bit hesitant to read a book with a shirtless man on the cover, but I really enjoyed the book. I also read Paper Princess, Broken Prince & Twisted Palace by Erin Watt and loved the series. I already pre-ordered Fallen Heir, book 4 in the series and it focuses on Easton, so I am really excited about that being released in August. Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios was also excellent and I highly recommend it. I promptly purchased her other YA book I’ll Meet You There when I finished Bad Romance because it was such a great book and I really enjoyed her writing. Also, for any Colleen Hoover fans, I found out that there was a Slammed epilogue in The Kiss: An Anthology of Love and Other Close Encounters by C.A. Newsome (editor) and it’s free on Amazon. The epilogue is fairly short but does give readers a glimpse into Will and Layken’s life a few years in the future and I don’t know why I didn’t know that it existed. I can’t narrow down one favorite book because I read so many great ones this month. What was you favorite book you read during July?

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