Here is my January Reading Wrap Up. I ended up reading 20 books In January. My goal for the year is 100, therefore I may surpass my goal if I keep going at this rate. You can keep up with my reading over on Good Reads.
January Reading Wrap Up
Hot & Hammered Series – Tessa Bailey
- Fix Her Up
- Love Her or Lose Her
- Tools of Engagement
I loved this whole series. It had a little bit of home renovating and love. The Love Her or Lose Her was about a marriage that was falling apart. One of the things I loved about this series is they made a womans club called Just Us League. I loved that they came together and supported each other.
The Housemaid – Freida McFadden
This was a thriller, and different than what I normally read, but I could not put it down! The second one is coming out on February 20th, and I cannot wait! This was available on Kindle Unlimited if you have that.
Forever Never – Lucy Score
I gave this book 5 stars. It was so good, there was romance but also a bit of suspense in there. The island, Mackinac, sounded gorgeous and made me want to be there.
The People We Keep – Allison Larkin
This book was a book club pick, we meet next week to discuss it. Overall, I really enjoyed following April’s journey. I do feel like the ending was a little rushed. I listed to this one on Scribd and I really enjoyed the narrator. If you use my link, you can get 60 days for free.
Twice in a Blue Moon – Christina Lauren
A super cute read that started in Paris, France. The book was pretty cute but was not my favorite book written by them.
Happenstance – Tessa Bailey
This is a reverse Harem, and definitely not for everyone. I did enjoy getting to know the three guys. This did have a little suspense added to it.
Eight Perfect Hours – Lia Louis
A cute book that took place in the winter. I picked up this one from our local used bookstore. I loved that they kept running into each other over and over again.
The Kiss Quotient – Helen Hoang
Another romcom and this one represented people with Asperger’s. It was a cute read and I plan to read the other two books in this series The Bride Test and The Heart Principle.
A Long Time Coming – Meghan Quinn
This is the third book in the Cane Brothers series. You don’t HAVE to read them in order, but the third book includes the other brother’s relationships. The other books are A Not So Meet Cute and So Not Meant to Be. I really enjoy all of Meghan Quinn’s books. A lot of them are tied together in little ways.
Something Wilder – Christina Lauren
One of my favorite books written by Christina Lauren. I loved the treasure hunt aspect of this book along with a second chance romance.
The Hating Game – Sally Thorne
Super, super cute book. I listened to this one on Scribd. I think the narration made the book for me. We watched to movie after I finished it, and the movie was definitely not as good.
The Chemistry of Love – Sariah Wilson
I was able to read this as part of the first reads program on Amazon. So easy to read, I cried a bit, and I definitely recommend it. One thing I kept yelling at the book about was why did Anna even like Craig that much. They barely even knew each other.
Part of Your World – Abby Jimenez
Abby’s books are AMAZING. I have loved everything I have read by here. Part of Your World might be my favorite, but it is hard to choose.
Rock Paper Scissors – Alice Feeney
Rock Paper Scissors is considered a Domestic Thriller. It kept me guessing until the end, but still left me with questions. I like for everything to be tied up in with a nice bow and this one did not. I did enjoy the writing so I will probably try more of her books.
The Tourist Attraction – Sarah Morgenthaler
A cute book set in a little town in Alaska. This is part of the Moose Springs series, and I do plan to read the rest of the books at some point. It was cute, but the end felt rushed to me.
Gone With the Ghost – Erin McCarthy
This is part of the Murder by Design series and is listed as a cozy mystery. It was fun trying to figure out what was going on, but I wasn’t so scared that I was jumping out of my skin. I’m not in a rush to read the rest of the series because the writing wasn’t that great but if I am in a slump I might listen to the rest.
Ten Rules for Faking It – Sophie Sullivan
This one is part of the Jansen Brothers series. I read it as part of the Lit Chicks Read book club. I felt so bad for Everly and all her birthday disasters but loved the ending.
That Second Chance – Meghan Quinn
This book is part of the Getting Lucky series, and I remember vaguely hearing about it in another one of Meghan Quinn’s books. Griffin and his three brothers were cursed down in New Orleans so no one in their town wants to date them. The town is named Port Snow and it is picturesque.
Hope you enjoyed my January Reading Wrap Up. Let me know if you like to see posts like this.
Have you read any of these books? If so, share in the comments what you thought.
Don’t forget to check out my monthly book trackers: January – February.
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