How is it July already you guys?! Insanity! June was a much better reading month for me than May so I’m happy with my number of 26 books read. I even snuck in a couple extras but my reviews will be up soon. I’ll be vacationing for a good portion of this month and while I’ll have a couple of posts scheduled things may be quiet for a few weeks, so heads up.
How was your month? Any must read recommendations? I read SO many amazing books this month that I can’t even begin to pick my faves.
When the Waters Recede: Controlled, Gritty and Solid.
The Real Michael Swann: Timely, Gripping and Suspenseful.
Dreams of Falling: Captivating, Moving and Charming.
California Summer: Romantic, Enchanting and Sweet.
Red Alert: Explosive, Interesting and Exciting.
Boardwalk Summer: Mesmerizing, Fascinating and Gorgeous.
The Lost Family: Evocative, Sweeping and Vulnerable.
Not So Perfect Mother: Funny, Relatable and Entertaining.
The Word is Murder: Ingenious, Crafty and Creative.
The Banker’s Wife: Slick, Sophisticated and Twisty.
Tell Me Lies: Twisted, Dark and Obsessive.
Jar of Hearts: Intricate, Exciting and Gripping.
Heaven Adjacent: Heartfelt, Enlightening and Perceptive.
The Thinnest Air was a fun read but I had some minor issues.
Campaign Widows: Juicy, Light and Breezy.
Providence: Unique, Complex and Captivating.
Three Days Missing: Exhilarating, Pacey and Twisty.
The Cottages on Silver Beach: Sweet, Comforting and Warm.
Girls Night Out: Dramatic, Entertaining and Addictive.
The Completionist was a book that left me feeling super conflicted.
All We Ever Wanted: Relevant, Thoughtful and Absorbing.
Before and Again: Evocative, Deep and Moving.
Find You In the Dark: Subtle, Original and Fluid.
Somebody’s Daughter: Shocking, Compulsive and Quick.
The Last Time I Lied: Eerie, Intricate and Deceptive.
In the Vines: Rich, Immersive and Menacing.