May wrap-up

Note that my wrap-up posts will keep getting shorter. I’m going to try to catch up on my reading soon but for now, here are the books I read in May. Some reviews have not been posted but they are definitely on queue.

First book in May… To Best the Boys by Mary Weber

To Best the Boys

Second… was a mistake (I did not finish this one)

Embrace

Embrace by Jessica Shirvington had a weird quote. The protagonist wonders how her underwear survived the “sexy time.” I can’t deal with it so I had to DNF because it just felt like nothing *huge* (plot wise) was happening. I will only recommend this book for teens 17 and up (this is just my opinion).

 

Third – Happy Messy Scary Love by Leah Konen

Happy Messy Scary Love

Add this book to you summer contemporary tbr. YOU’RE WELCOME.

 

Fourth – a book that surprised me

The Haunted

The Haunted is probably my favorite Danielle Vega book.

 

Fifth: No Comment

Wilder Girls

Wilder Girls by Rory Power…

 

Sixth… SIGH

Heartwood Box

Heartwood Box by Ann Aguirre

 

7th… Ghosts of the Shadow Market #7 & #8 by various authors

The Land I Lost (Ghosts of the Shadow Market, #7)Through Blood, Through Fire (Ghosts of the Shadow Market, #8)

 

Finally, I read Diplomatic Immunity by Brodi Ashton

Diplomatic Immunity

This book was such a delight. Full review to come.


How was your reading month? Any new favorites?

Did you read any of these books? Let’s chat!

Published by Claire @bookscoffeeandrepeat

Filipino American YA book blogger. Coffee connoisseur. Fond of art, films, & music. Likes to read about antiheroes and villains.

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