April Wrap-Up/May TBR

Wrap-Up & TBR
April

ARCs
Incriminating Dating by Rebekah L Purdy – Read and reviewed
The Castaways by Jessika Fleck – DNF 23%
Duels & Deception by Cindy Anstey – Read and reviewed
The Disappearances by Emily Bain Murphy – Read and reviewed
The Whole Thing Together by Ann Brashares – Read and reviewed
Girl Out of Water by Sarah Silverman – DNF 22%
A Million Junes by Emily Henry – Read, review coming
Say No to the Bro by Kat Helgeson – Read, review coming
Seeking Mansfield by Kate Watson – Read, review coming
The Names They Gave Us by Emery Lord – Currently Reading

Other
Manners & Mutiny by Gail Carriger – Read and reviewed
Aversion by Kenechi Udogu – Read and reviewed

This month I finished 9 books with 2 DNFs.

May

ARCs
180 Seconds by Jessica Park
Follow Me Back by A.V. Geiger
Songs About a Girl by Chris Russell
Why I Loathe Sterling Lane by Ingrid Paulson
The Love Interest by Cale Dietrich (blog tour 5/16)

Other
Understanding the Stars by X. Culletto (blog tour 5/19)

Last month was absolutely CRAZY and I’m feeling pretty good that this month is looking to be a little more relaxed.

What books are you planning to read this month? What was your favorite read from April?
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14 thoughts on “April Wrap-Up/May TBR

  1. I DNFed Girl Out of Water too!! I really could not get into that book. I’m currently reading Seeking Mansfield so I’ll be interested to read your review to see what you think of it.

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    1. Oh man, neither could I! I didn’t like the main character very much and didn’t feel invested in her development. I liked Seeking Mansfield quite a bit, but not as much as some other bloggers that I’ve seen reviews from. Hopefully I can get my review out soon!

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    1. Ummm…I like it better than When We Collided, but not as much as The Start of Me and You. I’m about halfway through and I have some pretty specific issues with how religion is being treated/presented, but I recognize that non-Christian readers probably won’t feel the same way.

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      1. I liked it. Not high art, but entertaining, and I cared about the fate of the MCs. It’s really a romance with a dash of psychological thriller, but when the nefarious parts come, they come on strong. The ending! Not what I was expecting at all.

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