January Wrap Up

Just like 2019 I started the year off strong. I’ve read a total of 11 books in January and all of them were on my phone because I had a 30 day free premium membership with Saxo.com where you can read a lot of e-books for free on their app. So I took full advantage of that.
So much so, that when my trial was up on the 19th, I was in the midst of a series and I couldn’t let it go so I decided to extend my membership for another month (paying for it this time) in order to finish the series and a bunch of others. They were, however, all in Danish, but I found it refreshing to read a lot in Danish again. I can’t actually tell you if I read faster in Danish or in English.

Anyways. Let’s have a quick look at the books I read in January.


Beautiful Bastard
by Christina Lauren

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Until Friday Night
by Abbi Glines

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Copenhagen (International Guy #3)
by Audrey Carlan

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Milan (International Guy #4)
by Audrey Carlan
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San Francisco (International Guy #5)
by Audrey Carlan

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Echoes of Scotland Street (On Dublin Street #5)
by Samantha Young

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Down London Road (On Dublin Street #2)
by Samantha Young

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On Dublin Street (On Dublin Street #1)
by Samantha Young

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Before Jamaica Lane (On Dublin Street #3)
by Samantha Young

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Fall from India Place (On Dublin Street #4)
by Samantha Young

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Fallen Too Far (Rosemary Beach #1)
by Abbi Glines

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That is the order in which I read the books so no, I did not read the “On Dublin Street” series in the correct order, but I don’t mind. The 5th book, which was the first one I read, was my favourite, with the second book coming in at a close second.

Also… I don’t know if you can sense a theme in the books I’ve read this month? 🙂
I’ve been craving romance stories and I usually read those on my phone. So romance on the phone and more fantasy in physical copy.


How many books did you read this month? Which one was your favourite?

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