Septemeber 2020-Books in Review

Septemeber was a good reading month for me. I read a total of 5 books this month, bring my total on my journey to 50 books is 40 books. I am excited not only to read more books but that I am nearing my goal for the year.


Anyway, let's get into this reflection of all of the reading I have done this month.


5 Star Reads

Sweatpants Season


So Sweatpants Season, is the only 5 star read for me this month. And it is obvious why. It was such a cute little love story. It had a great feminist message and it was such a good book that I had no problem reading the book twice. One of the things I love the most about books and reading is the ability to read again and again and not be bothered, and for me Sweatpants Season was just that. Click here for my original review.



4ish Star Reads




The Wedding Date


If you have been paying some attention to my latest reviews, I have stumbled into the "wedding" series by Jasmine Guillory and have been making through that series. The Second of which is was the Wedding Date which was great, but I did not love as much as The Wedding Party. I enjoyed this read, but I did find the two main characters to be a little more than annoying with their communication issues and that stands out to me the most. Click here for that original review if you want to read more about my rambles on that.


The Proposal

The Proposal was the third book in the series that I have read. I enjoyed the proposal significantly more than The Wedding Date, but of course not as much as The Wedding Party as I loved Theo and Maddie, but I enjoyed this read as well. I liked Carlos as the hero a lot, I mean how cute is an adorable doctor who cooks fabulous food? The love story here was super subtle and super sweet as well. Click here for my original review.


3ish Star Reads

Anxious People



Anxious People was part of my September book of the month book club order. This was an interesting, entertaining, and honestly somewhat mysterious of a read. The ways in which the stories and the personalities of the characters is slowly unveils is fun, but it does have a low rating for me as I did struggle with reading this book at first, and it is not my preferred book style. Click here for my original review.


Girl Gone Virial

So this is a future hint. I didn't get to review Girl Gone Viral by Alishia Rai. So official and lengthy review coming soon so stay tuned. Girl Gone Viral was a super cute quickie read. I enjoyed falling in love with the bodyguard trope as well. But it wasn't as good to be a 4 or 5 star read for me.


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