Just as I wanted it to be, June was filled with ALL the books and TV-watching. The summer weather has finally started, with the exception of a solid week filled with rain where I live which sent me inside with coffee and a blanket. I was able to consistently start reading in the pool- no worries, my books are safe on my reading raft and I’ve had a few beach days! This month, I also dove into some ARCs from Book Expo and lots of Netflix as per usual.
Forever, Interrupted by Taylor Jenkins Reid | 4/5 Stars
Forever, Interrupted was an enjoyable binge-read that I mostly read on my last day of Book Expo train rides. As someone who has read most of TJR’s books now, you can tell that this was her debut, but she still packed an emotional punch.
There’s Something About Sweetie by Sandhya Menon | 5/5
There’s a review coming very soon for There’s Something About Sweetie, but just know for now that this is one of my favorite 2019 reads.
As Kismet Would Have It by Sandhya Menon | 5/5
There’s Something About Sweetie left me craving more of Sandhya Menon’s writing, which led me to the semi-sequel/novella to When Dimple Met Rishi. It was such a cute and funny read that once again makes me want more of these characters and more Sandhya Menon books.
A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer | 4/5
It took me about two hundred pages to really get into A Curse So Dark and Lonely, but I ultimately found that the hype was worth the read.