Hi all! Long time, no talk! In August, I hit a MAJOR slump. I didn’t read any books in August and the majority of September! I wasn’t working due to COVID-19 and you would think that this would be prime reading time, but I just hit this insane slump! I believe it’s because I had read over 80 books towards my goal of 115 and I just needed a break!
I was 30+ books ahead of my reading challenge and now I am a measly one book ahead. I started at a new job and I feel the excitement to read again! At the end of September, I read two books.
Heart Bones by Colleen Hoover (5 stars)
Secrets of the World’s Worst Matchmaker by Piper Rayne (The Baileys #7) (4 stars)
I’m hoping that my October TBR is not going to be overwhelming from all the time I missed the last two months. I’m reading what I can and that’s okay! I’m excited to be posting some reviews coming up! Thanks for staying interested with me! 🙂 I hope everyone has a book-filled October!
Number of Books Read: 22
Avg. Rating of the books: 3.86/5 stars
Five Star Ratings: 5/22
*five star ratings are bold
Confessions of a Naughty Nanny by Piper Rayne (The Baileys #6)
Kiss Me Not by Emma Hart (Kiss Me #1)
Kiss Me Tonight by Emma Hart (Kiss Me #2)
Kiss Me Again by Emma Hart (Kiss Me #3)
Moonlight in Vermont by Kacy Cross
Ten Days Gone by Beverly Long (A.L. McKittridge #1)
A Country Wedding by Leigh Duncan
You Are Not Alone by Greer Hendricks
Love Locks by Cory Martin
Only Mostly Devastated by Sophie Gonzales
Beach Wedding Weekend by Rachel Magee
Love by Chance by Kacy Cross
Sunrise Cabin by Stacey Donovan
Nothing But Trouble by Amy Andrews (Creedence, Colorado #1)
The Trouble With Christmas by Amy Andrews (Creedence, Colorado #2)
A Forgotten Murder by Jude Deveraux
The Sea Glass Cottage by RaeAnne Thayne
Unfollow Me by Charlotte Duckworth
The Honey-Don’t List by Christina Lauren
A Simple Wedding by Leigh Duncan
Royal Savage by Victoria Ashley (Savage & Ink #1)
Beautiful Savage by Victoria Ashley (Savage & Ink #2)
So, I took some time off with these two months. Well, mostly April. I only read two books in April because I hit a rut (of course during quarantine), but we’re back now! Here’s to a happier time reading in May!