March Wrap Up

Another month over and we’re still together, it’s not always easy, but my TBR pile is here foreeeever! (although it’s a bit shorter now).

As we say goodbye to March, let’s reflect and take a look back at what books we all managed to read in the third month of 2019. And by we I mean me, but sure, you can tag along as well.

I managed to read a total of 5 books in the month of March and they were all really good! So yay for that! There’s even a few 5 stars in the mix so let’s check them out.

The first book I read was Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout. It was free on iBooks and so I decided to give it a go and I was pleasantly surprised. I can see why it was popular back when paranormal romance was at its peak.

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Next I got ready to play with Legendary by Stephanie Garber. Caraval was one of my favourite books and so I don’t get why it has taken me this long to read the sequel.

But I thoroughly enjoyed it and now I cannot wait for Finale to be released!

 

The Hating Game by Sally Thorne was the next book on my list and I’ve heard many good things about it and the plot is one I’m a sucker for – hate-to-love relationships and this was no exception! I LOVED it!

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The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang was also a book I’ve heard about a lot in the bookstagram community and I read this book in one day, on my trip to Belgium and I adored it. I haven’t read that many books with mental illness, but I thought this book was absolutely incredible, sexy and heartwarming.

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The last book I read in March was Don’t You Forget About Me by Mhari McFarlane, a cute British romance novel that had a very interesting premise. It was a solid read that I enjoyed.

So there you have it – my March wrap up.

Be on the lookout for reviews on these books.

Btw, did you get the lyric reference at the top of the post?


What did you read in March? Any books you can recommend??

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