2 Months in One Wrap Up
These were such busy months! Sadly they were not busy READING months. I was able to take a birthday trip to Phoenix and read on the plane, had a couple of books to read for some book clubs I am in and finally finished a series I love. I’m really hoping that May is a much better reading month for me though!
The Girl in 6E – by A.R. Torre
I had been wanting to read this book for the longest time. I ordered it on Pango Books and read it on a flight. I finished it in one sitting because it was such a unique and shocking read. This is about a girl who has the desire to murder. She locks herself in an apartment building and works as a cam girl to make money. There is a unique situation she encounters with a creepy customer and the rest is for you to find out. I promise this will be unlike any other thriller.
Maybe in Another Life– by Taylor Jenkins Reid
I read this for one of my book clubs and was so thankful that this was the choice. I want to make it a point to read all of TJR’s books. I only have 2 left and then I’m all caught up! Maybe in Another Life was such a fun read about what “could be”. If I make one decision, is there an alternate universe where I made the other decision? This really got me thinking! I also liked one of the story lines much more than the other and I wonder what others feel about the 2 parallels.
Invisible Girl – by Lisa Jewell
Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell was a book I picked up by closing my eyes and pointing to a book on my shelf. It was a middle of the road thriller and I actually don’t remember much about it… so maybe that says enough?
His & Hers – Alice Feeney
This was my IRL book club pick and I was very into it!! This was a creepy book with a lot of murder, twists and turns. I did NOT see the ending coming at all and am actually not sure if I believe it if I’m being honest. I REALLY can’t wait to discuss with my book club!!!
The Fear – Natasha Preston
I had the hardest time with this book. I typically love Natasha Preston but this felt so much more like a young adult thriller than the others I have read. I was not into the whole social media/high school trope and didn’t even finish it – I got most of the way through. The reason I am giving it 2 stars is because I cannot give Natasha 1 star and because I do think that this would have been much more appreciated by me if I had read it when I was younger.
The Goal– Elle Kennedy
I just love this series. Elle Kennedy can do no wrong. Tucker was not my favorite hockey player/love interest; however, I appreciated how respectful he was of Sabrina. If you haven’t read the other books in the series I would go back and start with The Deal and make your way through them. These books are steamy and fun with a bit of drama!
The Legacy – Elle Kennedy
I’m so sad it’s over!! This was a fun read getting to see all my old Off Campus friends again. It was really cute how they all stayed friends and had a funny traveling doll, Alexander, to creep each other out. I loved this book and think it helped wrap up the series well. I do think this should be the way more of these romance series wrap up! Like a reunion of sorts.
The Paris Apartment – Lucy Foley
I don’t even want to talk about this book. This was for another book club and I was actually super excited to read it. I haven’t read any other Lucy Foley books but have heard great things. I also may be in the minority with my thoughts but it felt so disjointed and the characters were so confusing. I may be biased too because the ending was spoiled for me but I do think that this would have been a much crazier plot twist if I hadn’t heard about it. I may be doing myself a disservice by reading reviews before the books so this was probably a good lesson for me!
She Thinks Like A Boss – Jemma Roedel
RATING No Rating
I cannot rate leadership/business books but what I can say about this one is that it was fun! I liked how transparent it was for females trying to get into leadership and be empowered to be ourselves as leaders. So often can we find ourselves changing our personalities to fit the mold of what leaders “should” be like. I personally appreciate a leader who is his/her authentic self and who can show some vulnerability. This is a good read for any female and even male in the business world.
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