We’ll Always Have Christmas was the ideal holiday read.
If There’s No Tomorrow was a powerful read.
The Deep Dark Descending was a fantastic atmospheric mystery.
I love Slater and The Mistake was a great psychological thriller.
My first TBT pick of the month was Until You’re Mine. I really liked this one!
Fifty Years of Fear is a highly unique read.
The Welcome Home Diner was women’s fiction with depth, it tackled several current issues.
Annie’s Christmas by the Sea was a really lovely and fun read.
Delaney is a great start to a new series, I really love Mullen’s style.
The Blackbird Season was a slow burning eerie read.
Snare was a highly original and tense read.
Snowflakes, Iced Cakes and Second Chances was a gorgeous and hilarious read.
Christmas at Butterfly Cove is the third and final book in an adorable series.
Her Last Secret was a character driven psychological thriller.
Seven Days of Us was a mixed bag for me.
If You Knew My Sister was a psychological thriller that was heavy on the psych aspect and low on thrills.
Under the Knife was an intense medical thriller.
The Little Village Christmas was a lovely read.
The Truth About Thea was a memorable psychological thriller.
Her Last Day was an exciting and fast paced thriller.
The Memory Watcher was an addictive, entertaining psychological thriller.
The Lost Child was another fabulous read in a great series.
The Bitches of Suburbia was a sardonic read, like a cozy mystery with bite.
I adored Hilderbrand and Winter Solstice was the perfect ending to a wonderful series.
Murder Game was the conclusion to a fantastic series.
27 books total for October, not my best month but I’ll take it! Life is insanely busy and just keeps getter busier so we’ll see how it goes from here on out…
My favorite read this month was actually a TBT pick, The Memory Watcher but I also loved The Truth About Thea.
How was your October?! Feel free to link me to your own wrap up.