I honestly can’t even believe another month has passed you guys! Sometimes it feels like life is just one big blur, a frenzy of shuttling kids around town, trying to spend quality time with my husband and then squeezing in some much needed reading time. Phew, I’m tired! Anyway, April was great for me, I read 29 books and overall I loved most of them. My quick thoughts on each book are below as well as links to my full review if you’re interested. And I would love to know how your month was as well!
Digging In: Witty, wise and affecting.
The Good Liar: Unexpected, Tight and Riveting
The New Neighbors was one I struggled with.
Abel’s Revenge: Menacing, Different and Gritty.
The Wildflowers: Dramatic, grand and eloquent
Too Close to Breathe: Authentic, Dark and Solid.
The Other Mother: Unnerving, Atmospheric and Polished.
The Man on the Middle Floor: Unique, Thought-Provoking and Discomfiting.
Keeper: Unflinching, Intelligent and Dark.
A Breath After Drowning: Controlled, Fresh and Intriguing.
Deadly Secrets: Gripping, Pacey and Multifaceted.
Somebody’s Daughter: Timely, Touching and Fluid.
The Husband Hour: Moving, Insightful and Heartfelt.
The Key to Death’s Door: Menacing, Horrifying and Gripping.
Our Little Secret: Subtle, Manipulative and Smart.
The Elizas: I had some issues with this one unfortunately.
Baby Teeth: Controversial, Twisted and Wicked.
A Home at Honeysuckle Farm: Warm, Sweet and Happy.
Then She Was Gone: Intriguing, Spellbinding and Addictive.
The Favorite Sister: Biting, Dramatic and Edgy.
Go Ask Ali: Sarcastic, Feisty and Witty.
Our Kind of Cruelty: Slick, Seductive and Twisted.
Bachelor Nation was a fun read for fans of the show.
The Perfect Mother: Devious, Misleading and Clever.
The Family Gathering: Authentic, Charming and Heartwarming.
One Way or Another: Encouraging, Delightful and Positive.
Everybody Needs a Bridge: Thoughtful, Emotive and Engaging.
Every Single Secret: Unsettling, Surprising and Absorbing.
The Way of Beauty: Moving, Tender and Compassionate.