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.
I am a huge cozy mystery fan, so I couldn’t wait to read A Spell for Trouble by Esme Addison.
Synopsis: Aleksandra Daniels hasn’t set foot in the quiet seaside town of Bellamy Bay, North Carolina in over twenty years. Ever since her mother’s tragic death, her father has mysteriously forbidden her from visiting her aunt and cousins. But on a whole Alex accepts an invitation to visit her estranged relatives.
Guys this book was really good, I finished it in three days! I couldn’t put it down, the story telling was amazing. The descriptions made everything seem real and totally sucked me in. I had a picture of what everything and everyone looked like in my head. This was a very fun read and I can not wait for the second book in this series. Thank you
I got a chance to read All Our Summers by Holly Chamberlin.
While the cover of this is very cute and you think it’s going to be an interesting read about summer and the memories two sisters have. It turned out to be the complete opposite.
This one was really hard for me to finish, I couldn’t connect with the characters or story line. There seemed to be unnecessary drama and one sister was way more dramatic and confrontational then I expected. I did looked interest. It did pick up again for me at the end when they had a break through in their relationship. This book was also extremely long, which made everything really drawn out.
Happy Monday guys! Hope you all enjoyed the weekend.
I received my #BOTM a couple of days ago, I’m so excited for my picks. Two of them are definitely #bookstagrammademedoit picks. Everyone’s said such good things about The guest by Lucy Foley and Beach read by Emily Henry.
I’m going to be honest I haven’t read much this month due to moving and taking a tiny vacation today was my first day of truly reading and I’m not really feeling the book I’m reading 😔. I’m debating on ditching it and reading something else or just finishing it.
Happy Monday! I finished A Good Neighborhood by Therese Anne Fowler a few weeks ago, it was such a great read.
The ending was so wild, my mind was blown. I was a mix of mad and sad when I finished the book, I wont say much of what happened for those that plan on reading.
I saw this book floating around Bookstagram and decided to give it a try when I signed up for book of the month. I did go into this book blind without knowing much about the book. The story is told from the point of view from the neighbors in the community, I found that aspect really enjoyable. I was intrigued how these two young kids felt that they had to hide who they really were and what they wanted out of life from their parents. At one point someone in the book asked who was the real villain, and to be honest I really couldn’t tell. I think I wanted there to be a villain and all of them played a roll in the villain category.
I really suggest this book If you have not read it yet. This will be one of my top books of the year I gave 5 stars.
Hey guys, this is a late post but here is my stack of reads for the month of July. So far I have only finished of these so far. Hopefully I can get through the other two soon. I did also read two ARC’s this month as well. All three of these books are from my book of the month picks. I skipped the month of July because none of them really interested me so hopefully next month will be better.
A good neighborhood by Theresa Anne Fowler is a contemporary novel that examines the american dream through the lens of two families living side by side in North Carolina. The novel explores the effects of class, race, and a heart rendering love story.
Home before dark by Riley Sager, Twenty-five years ago Maggie -Holt and her parents moved into Baneberry Hall. It was a Victorian estate in the Vermont woods, they only stayed there for three weeks and left in the middle of the night. Her father then wrote a book about what happened there. Maggie returns after her fathers death,not believing in ghosts Maggie is shocked to find something inside of the house.
The two lives of Lydia Bird by Josie Silver, Lydia and Freddie have been together for a decade. On her 28th birthday Frieddie died in a car accident, now Lydia is alone crying in her apartment. Jonah and her sister Elle help Lydia take her first steps out into the world. That is until she gets pulled back into her past.
All of these books seem really good and they have awesome reviews. I can not wait to dive into these books. Have you guys read any of these, let me know in the comments.