Synopsis: Alison Green desperate valedictorian wannabe, agrees to produce her schools production of. Midsummers Night’s Dream. That’s her first big mistake. The second is accidentally saying yes to a date with her oldest best friend, Jack, even though she’s crushing on Charolette. Allison must cope with the misadventures that befall the play if she’s going to survive this year
I really enjoyed this book! It was so funny and a light read. I enjoyed how the main character had a coming of age moment at the end of the book. She spent the whole year really trying to figure out who she was, while being a senior in high school. And let’s be honest senior year of high school is not always very easy. The book flowed very well and kept me highly entertained throughout the whole thing. I would definitely recommend this if you want something light.
Hello guys it’s been awhile I know but it has been very hectic for me. I have been thinking about you guys and how I have been neglecting you guys. And I am here with another book review for you guys, this one is based on an audio book.
The Husbands Secret by Liane Moriarty was my first audio book from audible. I truly enjoyed listening to the book. I listened while I did chores or on a walk and it made it really enjoyable. I am also a fan of Liane Moriarty since reading Big Little Lies.
Synopsis: Imagine your husband wrote you a letter to be opened after his death, but hes very much alive and in perfect health. Imagine that this letter contained his deepest darkest secret that could not just damage his life but the lives of those around you.
I really enjoyed this book. All of the twists and turns keep me on the edge of my seat! I wasn’t expecting it to end the way it did, but it wasn’t a horrible way to end the story. It flowed very well and I loved the Australian accent on the narrator. All the stories intertwined which was very compelling and kept my turning the pages. I feel like there was a hint of mystery and romance mixed into this book. I will definitely be reading more from this author.
Hey guys, I’m here with another review. Does anyone else love traveling to different countries through books since there are so many travel restrictions these days? I have always loved Indian culture so I was really excited to get my hands on this book. I was also pretty stoked that one of my favorite people Chrissy Tiegen also read it.
I will admit that I wasn’t sure where this book was going a lot of the time and had a few questions at the end but I really enjoyed it.
A show based on big lavish Indian weddings…. Sign me up!
Tina, her best friend, and parents head to India for her cousins lavish wedding. Tina’s not in the celebrating mood. Her mother’s boyfriend is joining them, her dad is meeting a women he met on a matchmaker and Tina is super single. Besides being single Tina is having an identity crisis.
I found this book to be a fun read. I enjoyed exploring India with Tina and all of the Indian food! When I first finished this book I wanted there to be more details about the wedding. After letting it sit I realized the wedding was a minor factor and that the main plot was for Tina to find herself. I felt proud of her. Such a cute read
June was a bit tough for me, I hit a wall and slugged along with my reading this month. I did however finish three books this month.
The first was The Secret Women by Sheila Williams. Three women become fast friends after a yoga class and margaritas. The only thing they have in common is that their mothers have passed on. The women now have the task of going through their mothers belongings. This novel is about self discovery with a mixture of women power. I gave this novel 4 stars.
Second was Lemon Meringue Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke. This novel is back in Lake Eden Minnesota, with Hannah in the middle of another case. Norman has bought a house and is going to build their dream house. Hannah is shocked by this sudden move since they haven’t yet talked about marriage. While with her mother looking through antiques, Hannah finds a little more then they bargained for. A body, now Hannah is on the case once again. I rated this 4.5 stars
I finished the month of June with Becoming by Michelle Obama. What can I say about this book, besides that it was inspirational. She was open and candid and it let me learn about her and respect her in a deeper way then just the first lady. I was so engulfed in this book that I am considering listening to it on audible just to hear her tell her story. I gave this 5 stars and it is now my favorite book of the year!
I already have all of my July books picked out and will share them with you soon! If you haven’t checked out any of my June books give them a try. Have a good weekend!