September Wrap Up

The Accident was a twisty read, a great start to the month!

The Leftover was a really fun read!

The Summer That Made Us was the perfect late summer read.

The Scarred Woman was a really good read, I loved the authors style.

The Lies Within was a great police procedural with dashes of a legal drama and a psychological thriller.

I Hate Everyone But You was a cute YA novel but I did have some issues with it. 

Something Like Happy was an inspiring read, I loved it!

One of my TBT picks was My Husband’s Son and it was a fantastic psychological thriller.

Lie to Me was a really fantastic domestic suspense.

Something Like Family was a beautiful, moving story.

Stillhouse Lake was a creepy read with lots of action. 

House of Spines was a super unique psychological thriller.

When We Were Worthy was a story of resilient women finding hope after a tragedy.

One Day in December was a great ensemble story told over one day.

Thief’s Mark was a romantic suspense with an old school whodunnit vibe.

The Missing Girls was an excellent addition to a great series!

The Names of Dead Girls is the second in a series and I’m a huge fan of the authors writing style.

Lies She Told was a book within a book, super tricky but really well executed.

Paperbacks from Hell is a really cool, creepy read about the history of horror fiction.

Best Day Ever was a chilling look at a messed up marriage. 

She Did It was a great psychological thriller about a relationship between two women.

Despite the awful cover I liked Sweet Reality.

Cold Blood was another great installment in a fantastic series.

I love the Jake Boulder series, The Kindred Killers was great!

Maria in the Moon is a true gem of a novel. 

Coben is a master and Don’t Let Go proves that once again. 

The Beachside Christmas was another lovely addition to a great series. 

Reach for the Stars was a beautifully positive, uplifting read. 

Sugar Pine Trail was an adorable read.

In Twenty Years was my TBT pick, an enjoyable read.

A Very Vintage Christmas was a gorgeous story.

Drawing Lessons was a beautiful and bittersweet read.

I’m so excited it’s finally fall, I love everything about this time of year it’s the best! September was another great month for me, I managed 32 books. You would think that would help me to catch up on my backlog but it honestly hasn’t even made a dent. Oh well. 

While I read some fantastic books my favorite from the month was Lie to Me!

How was your month? Favorites? 

13 thoughts on “September Wrap Up

  1. BooknBeer says:

    I managed 9 books in September, a fair few less than yourself, and found an unexpected gem: Hunting the Five Point Killer by C M Wendelboe. Very much want to read Maria in the Moon.

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