Summer Reading Part I

It may be the end of summer {no!!!!}, but there’s still some good reading days ahead. I know I haven’t done one of these in a while {cripes over a year?!} but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been devouring books. What I’ve realized over the past year is that I really need to give up on my need to own physical books instead of ebooks. I read so much faster on my kindle than when I have a hard copy. This has to be because I do most of my reading in bed, other than the beach, and if I have a light on it keeps the Hubs up at night.

Over the next week or so, I’m going to share with you all of the books I’ve read lately. The good, the boring, and the torturous. Some I plowed through in 24-hours and some were so tedious that I didn’t even finish them. Ready?

Since We Fell // This has been hands down my favorite book this year and quite possibly the fastest read I’ve had in a very long time. It has everything from psychological drama, romance, suspense and it’s wrapped in a very nice little bow of crazy. I dare you to try and put it down.

The Twilight Wife // Very close to the top of my list, I had a very hard time putting this one down. Starting out with a bout of amnesia and a lost two years, culminating in a mad dash through storms, it’s tough to figure out whether to trust those closest to Kyra or her own jumbled memories/dreams.

You Will Know Me // Somewhat suspenseful, kind of predictable. A tale of drama that rocks a small town that centers around gymnastics. Only read this if you’re really into gymnastics or enjoy a lighter “thrill”.

The Marriage Lie // This book is like an onion as you go through the layers of lies that Iris pulls back piece by piece. Once she finds out her husband Will is dead, she finds out that not only was he untruthful, but that almost everything she knew about him was a falsehood. Only pick this up when you have enough time to finish it, otherwise it’ll drive you crazy until you can pick it up again.