What I Read: May 1-7

Storm Warning by Nellie Wilson: Anxiously awaiting whatever Nellie Wilson writes next, because i’m pretty sure I’d follow her over a cliff (or into a tornado…) Her writing gets better the more she writes and all of her work is available on Kindle Unlimited, so you really don’t have an excuse.

Romantic Comedy by Curtis Sittenfeld: I muddled through the beginning of this book but I am SO glad I stuck with it. I absolutely loved how the ending came together and it was surprisingly romantic (given the way the book started). Sally wasn’t the most likeable lead, but Noah is the real star here (both literally and figuratively).

What You Wish For by Katherine Center: Two words: DUNCAN CARPENTER. Katherine Center’s talent is immeasurable. I always fly through her books and i’m always left hugging them after i’ve turned the last page. This might be my favorite of hers so far (and an easy contender for favorite book i’ve read this year). Itching to get my hands on a copy of Happiness for Beginners before the Netflix movie comes out this summer!

Love on the Brain by Ali Hazelwood: This was a love/hate read for me (mostly love, thankfully). I’m fully caught up on Hazelwood’s work (I liked her novellas better than her full-length books, but have mostly enjoyed everything she’s written), and cautiously optimistic for Love, Theoretically.

Managed (VIP #2) by Kristen Callihan: This was fine but I don’t really feel compelled to finish the series. Also the MMC’s nickname for the FMC was “chatty girl” and I cannot fully express how much I hated reading it every other paragraph.

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