Well it has been a bumper month for reviews around here, the joys of a relaxing holiday, thank goodness because the dreaded plague caught up with me this month and reading wasn’t quite so easy. I have done very well on my 20 books of summer challenge but I’ll update more on that soon and I am from the first time this year ahead on my Goodreads challenge. I am also going to make a little change to the days that I am posting on here just to help me have a better balance between life and reading and reviewing. Anyway now onto the fun part, without further ado here are the many many books of August…
Book Lovers | Emily Henry
A perfect enemies to lovers romance with a great small town setting.
Cinderella is Dead | Kalynn Bayron
A brilliant YA fantasy with a clever and exciting plot.
The Idea of You | Robinne Lee
An intense, sophisticated and sexy romance that I can’t stop thinking about.
10 Blind Dates | Ashley Elston
An entertaining story of family, friendship, and finding love, with some fun dates thrown in.
The Switch | Beth O’Leary
A lovely heart-warming book about swapping lives and finding yourself.
Witches Steeped In Gold | Ciannon Smart
An epic fantasy full of magic and manipulation and two women on opposite sides fighting for what they believe is right.
The Love Square | Laura Jane Williams
A romance with many a suitor and some lovely family relationships.
Daisy On The Outer Line | Ross Sayers
An amazing story of time travel on the Glasgow subway with a witty and one of a kind main character.
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine | Gail Honeyman
A lovely story about self-discovery and friendship with a very straightforward and loveable character.
The Book Eaters | Sunyi Dean
A darkly atmospheric story with a unique premise that is full of morally grey characters.
How To Kill Your Family | Bella Mackie
A dark but also comical thriller with a determined and manipulative main character with a unique voice.
Ruin and Rising | Leigh Bardugo
An amazing and emotional conclusion to a fantastic YA fantasy series.
This Vicious Grace | Emily Thiede
An exciting YA fantasy with a vivid setting, plenty of action, scheming, and secrets.
With Fire In Their Blood | Kat Delacorte
A YA fantasy with a remote setting, magic, secrets, scheming and two sides set on war.
We Were Liars | E. Lockhart
A weird YA book, didn’t seem to go anywhere for 60% of the book then really got me emotional.