June Wrap-Up


Hey! This month was a weird reading month, because  even though I read quite a few books, I didn’t manage to read all the ARCs I’d been meaning to. Anywho… I read 18 books this month, which is not bad at all – if you ignore the fact that 2 of them were super short stories. I read a few meh books, but I also read some fantastic ones, such as ACOMAF – a.k.a. my favorite book of 2016 -, Forbidden, Mister O, Maybe Someday or The Rose and the Dagger.

This Month I Read:


Books Reviewed:

  1. Blog Tour: The Way To Game The Walk Of Shame (Jenn P. Nguyen)
  2. Invisible-I-Am By Gregg Davis (Harriet Showman)
  3. Ugly Love (Colleen Hoover)
  4. Shut Out (Kelly Jamieson)
  5. Blackmail Boyfriend (Chris Cannon)
  6. Heat It Up (Stina Lindenblatt)
  7. V-Card (Alicia Michaels)
  8. Stay Until We Break (Mercy Brown)
  9. The Rose And The Dagger (Renée Ahdieh)
  10. How Not To Fall (Emily Foster)
  11. The Secret Life Of A Dream Girl (Tracy Deebs)
  12. Breaking His Rules (R.C. Matthews)
  13. Mister O (Lauren Blakely)
  14. Maybe Someday (Colleen Hoover)
  15. This Is What Goodbye Looks Like (Olivia Rivers)
  16. Don’t Get Me Wrong (Marianne Kavanagh)

Musical Mondays:

Top Ten Tuesday:

Top 5 Wednesday/ WWW Wednesday:

Book Traveling Thursdays:

Awards, Tags and Challenges:

Other Stuff:

11 thoughts on “June Wrap-Up

  1. Diana Prince Reviews says:

    Fantastic list for this month. I adored ACOMAF like nothing else, and The Rose + The Dagger was a great wrap up of the duology. Even though you didn’t get to all the ARCs, it still looks like you had a really good month for blogging. Great job (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

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