Out of this months books: one was an arc, one was a new kindle unlimited, were hardbacks and one was listened to on audible.
One popular fiction, two memoirs, and two romances( one that was christmas themed)
I did DNF two books: one with an age gap romance. I was sad to as it was a book that I had been anticipating for a long time.But she was under 25, and the age gap was like 16 years. It was too much for me.
The other was a romance that was just slow. SO SO SLOW. I lost interest.
Anyway, I love seeing the mix of how I read these books every month!
Out of the 13 books I read this month, I chose the five I thought were worth talking about and reviewed them below!
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The Premise: This is a standalone holiday rom-com about the adult children of two former rock stars( Beat and Melody) who team up to convince their estranged mothers to play a Christmas Eve concert.I loved this book.Let me back up.I usually don't go for insta-love novels, but trust Tessa Bailey to pull it off.. It's cute, it's hilarious, its spicy and it takes place at the most wonderful time of the year. What else could you ask for?My one gripe ( it really isn't a gripe, just one thing that bothered me) was that we knew a lot about Beat's life. What he did, his friends etc.. But with Melody, other than playing one sport and what she did for a living, we didn't learn much about her life outside of the story and her mom. I would have loved to have her have a friend to confine in or talk to about her relationship with Beat.And Beat, bless his heart. If you read the book, you will understand that. LOLAll in all, this was just what it was supposed to be: a quick fun Christmas read. Think Hallmark with a lot of SEX.Spicy sex.I highly recommend.
This book was EXCELLENT. It sucked me in until I went to bed worrying about Safiya and her siblings and woke up ready to find out what happened next.But what I loved the most is that this wasn't just a story of Safiya. or her siblings or her mom. It was also, the story of her father.This book was Chef's Kiss. Excellent.Go read it.
fter I finally gave in and read the dead romantics, I decided to put this on hold through the library. When it finally came, I took my time reading it.Clementine moves into her dead aunts apartment and finds a strange man in her kitchen.Except he’s 7 years in the past.Yes you read that right. I was intrigued by the premise of this book, and I found that I liked this one much more than I liked the Dead Romantics.3.5 solid stars