July Wrap Up & August TBR!

Hey my lovelies, this month has been an extremely busy month for me, from theory tests to personal issues. So I have been unable to post many (if any) reviews this month, however this is going to be rectified in the coming month. As in August I shall be going on holiday for just over a week giving me plenty of reading time, and you will be happy to know I already have 3 scheduled reviews written and ready to post. So there shall be at least 5 reviews posted in August. I was supposed to take part in the Booktube readathon this month and my goal was to read in 7 books, however I did only end up reading 2.

July TBR

The first book I read in the month of July was My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick, I ordered this as I decided it was summer and I needed to read a light hearted contemporary and even though it did end up having some angsty moments, it was exactly what I needed, and I really enjoyed it. However, for most of this month I have either not been in a review writing mood or the books I have reviewed have a specific date by which they have to be posted, which is why My Life Next Door does not have a review.

The second book I read in July was Deeper by Allyn Lesley, I received this book in exchange for an honest review on the Deeper: Descent book tour in late August. I won't reveal much about this book due to the review coming out on the 19th August. Deeper is an adult suspenseful romance novel following a young teacher and self proclaimed in King of New York Noah.

Shockingly, the third book I read in July was Deeper: Descent by Allyn Lesley, I also received this book in exchange for an honest review and the review shall be posted on the 26th August. Descent is the sequel to the above mentioned book and further follows the story of Avi and Noah, although now they have even bigger enemies going against them.

The fourth book I read in July was The Departed by Kristy Cooper, this was a very interesting book and followed the idea of what if the rapture happened, or what if it didn't however everyone beleives it did. When Gwens best friend goes missing in one night along with thousand of others around the world, she's convinced that her best friend can't really be dead.

You may have seen my booktube readathon tbr, and I am happy to announce in that week I read a grand total of 3 books, whilst rereading one of the books 3 times(this shall make more sense below). 

The fifth book I read in July was Idol by Kristen Callihan, if you've been reading my blog for awhile then you will know that I first discovered Kristen Callihan back in January and fell in love with the Hook Up series, so when I heard about this one I wanted it right now. This also fell into my favourite author challenge, so how could I not? So I picked it up and I really enjoyed it, the only criticism I have is that the ending went far too fast for my liking. But what can you do?

This ofcause lead to me having to reread The Hook Up by Kristen Callihan, yes, I just had to do it, I simply couldn't help my self and in the midst of revising I read it. I am happy to say it was just as good as I remember and shall firmly stay on my favourites list.

The seventh, eighth and ninth book I read in July was The Highway Code, I had my theory test in the middle my readathon, so I didn't get to read all of the books I wanted as when I went to read it made me feel guilty that I wasn't revising. Does anybody else have this? Usually I can put it to the back of my mind, however this time I simply couldn't.

The tenth book I read in July was Real by Katy Evans, you may remember that I read Manwhore back in January, and when I saw Real was available for me to read, I simply had too. I have to say though I didn't enjoy it as much as I expected too and in my opinion I preferred Manwhore to Real.

August TBR

Hey my lovelies, this part of the post is going to be very short, as I have decided to not have a tbr in August. However I should hopefully be able to read a lot this month, as I am going on my second holiday of the year and shall be doing plenty of reading on the plane and the beach. 

Well, that's it for this month, hopefully you had a better reading month than I did, even though looking at my list I did read quite a bit, I just feel like I did no reading. 

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