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The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo
by Taylor Jenkins Reid

This book was so good! I really enjoyed it! I highly recommend this book if you’re looking for a drama filled ride. TJR never disappoints.

Mr. Popper's Penguins
by Richard Atwater

Mr Popper’s Penguins by Florence and Richard Atwater was a fun one to read to my children. The kids loved the absurdity of keeping a penguin in a refrigerator, and later loved comparing and contrasting it to the film.

Me Before You (movie Tie-in)
by Jojo Moyes

This was such a beautiful story! The way that I cried in this book was a crazy amount. Moyes is definitely a new favorite author for me.

by Mia Sheridan

It was an okay book. Wouldn’t recommend. Definitely not my favorite of Mia Sheridan but I still will read her other books of course. I just can’t get over that Travis is a meanie.

The Dandelion Diary
by Devney Perry

This was such a cute and quick novella! I loved going back to the Maysen Jar Universe.

I'm Glad My Mom Died
by Jennette McCurdy

This was a heavy and emotional book! I wish I could give Jennette a huge hug. Definitely look up the trigger warnings for this book since there was some heavy topics. I highly recommend this memoir. It was very intriguing and interesting.

Talking As Fast As I Can
by Lauren Graham

I really enjoyed this book! I’m a huge fan of Gilmore Girls so this book was perfect. Love how raw and real a memoir can be.

Kiss Quotient
by Helen Huang

The Kiss Quotient by Helen Huang, an author on the Autism spectrum herself, is a very sweet book about Stella and Michael. Stella has Asperger’s and struggles with relationships. She hires Michael to help her in that dept, and their working relationship evolves into more. I really enjoyed this one. It’s definitely spicier than I ever expected going into it.

The Night She Disappeared
by Lisa Jewell

4.5 stars. I really enjoyed this book. Definitely didn’t expect the plot twist. I will be reading more of Jewell's work in the near future.

Silent Patient
by Alex Michaelides

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides is definitely one of those books that I’ve seen a lot of praise for, as well as a lot of people who DNF’d it. I read it in one sitting. The language and storyline flowed fine, going from therapist Theo’s pov to Alicia’s journal entries. I didn’t find the “twist” at the end to be all that surprising.
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