Hey guys! It’s July tomorrow (already!) so I decided to do a wrap-up today. June was a pretty stressful month for me because I had a lot of stuff going on. I managed to read 8 books which is 2 books less than last month. I am a bit disappointed but with my tight schedule, even when I had time I wanted to sleep or hang out with my friends so books weren’t my number one priority. And that is totally okay!
This month my repertoire was very interesting and I found some new faves (as well as flops) and I revisited some of my old gems. These are the books I have read…
5 STAR READS
This is a new fantasy favorite of mine and I repeatedly compare it to The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater. It’s so good and I recommend it to all of you fantasy lovers. Read my review here.
Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen Children’s Stories)
I don’t usually read children stories nor classics and I’ve never read Pride and Prejudice before but I did really like it and I think it’s a great introduction to the actual book. Read my review here.
Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick (RE-READ)
This was my favorite book this month because if you didn’t know, it was my 13 y/o self favorite book so I decided to re-read it. Spoiler-alert – I ended up loving it and if you want to learn more read my post here.
4 STAR READS
I am a sucker for bully-romances and this hit the spot perfectly. It could’ve been so much better, though so be sure to read my review.
Romeantically Challenged by Marina Adair
This was such a cute contemporary romance. This is described as a humorous and heartening take on Three Men and a Baby meets 27 Dresses and it is exactly that but it’s super hilarious and crazy. Read my review here.
Up Close and Personal by Kathryn Freeman
A contemporary romance about a movie star who starts receiving weird messages from his stalker so he has to hire a bodyguard. Only his bodyguard is a very cute girl he just can’t get out of his head. Read my review here.
Live Like Legends by Kate Cornell
A ya fantasy about a girl who is the peace baby, bethroted to the enemy-country’s prince, until she gets stolen and married to a monster country’s king. It was pretty interesting although the ending was very rushed and messy. Read my review here.
3 STARS AND UNDER
Boys of Brayshaw High by Meagan Brandy
I rated this a whopping 1.5 stars because it just kept getting worse and worse as it progressed. It is a terrible book and I hated it but at least it was a reason for me to write a very spicy rant-review and I just love writing those.
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