It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #imwayr

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly post to share what you recently finished reading, what you’re currently reading, and what you plan on reading this week. It’s hosted by Kathryn at Bookdate.

What I Read Last Week:

The English Wife was a really well written historical fiction with a mystery.

The Woman in the Window was an outstanding psychological thriller, cinematic with Hitchcock vibes.

The Immortalists was a thought provoking read, ideal for book clubs.

An Engineered Injustice was a great legal thriller.

The Little French Guesthouse was a wonderful audiobook.

Two Girls Down was an intense missing persons story.

Between Me and You was a love story told in a clever way.

Deep Blue Trouble is an ass licking thriller, LOVED it!

Currently Reading:

Up Next:

These are a few I’m debating between, I’m not actually sure which ones I’ll read this week.

How was your week? Mine was meh, most of my family was sick and that’s never fun! We had a pretty crappy winter break, lots of illness and annoyances. I’m excited they’re heading back to school this week, we all thrive on a schedule and I’m dying to get back to it!

19 thoughts on “It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #imwayr

  1. Amanda @Cover2CoverMom says:

    Well it’s Sunday… seems like I’m always going to be late to IMWAYR posts lol

    I’m currently reading The Handmaid’s Tale and it is blowing my mind. I cannot believe it was written in 1985… It feels so timeless, and eerily relevant today.

    That cover for The English Wife is stunning! Love!!!

    Did you perhaps mean that Deep Blue Trouble was a “ass kicking thriller”? Not entirely sure what an “ass licking thriller” is lol

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