It’s Sunday and I’m currently listening to late 90’s/Early 2000’s music and avoiding chores, how about you?
As you may or may not know, I pretty much write and post reviews for every book I read. This means that, unless it is a new release, the full reviews I post are of books that I read several weeks prior.
I try to write full reviews right after I read a book, but they won’t get posted for several weeks.
After seeing a few other blogs post spoiler-free mini-reviews (which I love), I decided to give it a try once a month as a little preview for what is to come.
Here are the reviews that are coming up over the next few weeks + their mini-reviews!
Lover by Marni Mann and Gia Riley
★★★★ I was extremely wary going into this book due to its subject matter (swinging) and was surprised by how much I enjoyed it!
With Ties that Bind Series by Trisha Wolfe
★★★★ In contrast, I expected to adore this book as all the other books I’ve read by Trisha have been 5 star reads so far and while I didn’t dislike this series, I just didn’t love it as much as her others.
Love Hacked (Knitting in the City #3) by Penny Reid
★★★★★ I don’t know why, but I always expect to like Penny’s books less than I do. It makes no sense whatsoever because she rarely lets me down. I loved the storyline and interesting/odd characters.
Easy (Contours of the Heart #1) by Tammara Webber
★★★★ I’ve been putting off reading this book and I have no idea why. It was a refreshing and easy read. I’m not sure if I’ll read the rest of the series, but I did enjoy this one.
Us (HIM #2) by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy
★★★★★ Even though it’s been way too long since I’ve read the first book, I still absolutely loved jumping back into this relationship. I have the same feelings toward this book as I did with the first, all the warm fuzzies.
Autoboyography by Christina Lauren
★★★★★ I can’t even with how much I freaking love this book! This is by far my favorite Christina Lauren book that I’ve read so far. I adore that the main character is bi, I appreciate how Mormans were portrayed in this book, I love how… hopeful… this book was.
The Edge of Never (The Edge of Never #1) by J.A. Redmerski
★★ This book was such a surprising miss for me. I feel bad giving it such a low rating, but I was so incredibly disinterested in this book for quite a few reasons (that I’ll list in my full review). I probably would’ve DNF’d this book if it wasn’t a book club read.