you think it, i’ll say it – Curtis Sittenfeld // A collection of short stories is what got me back into my reading mojo. I absolutely loved this – Usually in the short stories, there was some little twist that you just weren’t expecting, and it usually added to the story in the best way. It was a quick read that took me less than 48 hours. Read it – you won’t be sad about it.
Pretty Baby – Mary Kubica // What can I say? This lady can write a book. I finished this one in a day and a half on the beach. I wasn’t sure where it was going, but I loved how the whole story came together at the end. Was a good, what is happening, what is going to happen kind of story – however (spoiler coming – don’t read if you don’t plan on reading it), I didn’t understand the whole thing with her husband and the attractive girl from work? If someone can fill me in on the point of including that at all, I’d be appreciative. Definitely worth the read, though.
Twisted Sisters – Jen Lancaster // Ugh – I am so so disappointed in this book. I wanted to like it, because normally I love Lancaster’s stuff, but this book was a shit show. The characters were incredibly unlikable, not to mention some weird shit part of the book that’s not even possible. Oy. Such a mess – I should have DNF’d it, but I had invested too much time in it.
The Lying Game – Ruth Ware // This book sucked me in good, like hers normally do. I really enjoyed the suspense of what was going, and trying to figure out how everyone fit into it, and what the hell happened. It passed the time just fine.
three women – Lisa Tadeo // I saw a lot of not good things about this book, and how they are not relatable, but I find that they were. There are so many situations that people don’t know about or understand, and I found it refreshing that they were discussed this way. I really really enjoyed this book.
After I Do – Taylor Jenkins Reid // I didn’t enjoy this book as much as her others, but I think it was one of her earlier ones. It read fast, but it just cleaned up a little too nicely for me. Enjoyable enough, though.