I used to update you all via Goodreads and blog updates on what I was reading, but I decided to start it back up this weekend to touch base with you all and push out some books that I definitely recommend.
A weekend doesn't usually include a Thursday, but I'm being quarantined for the next couple of days, so I'm including it because who knows when I'll be cleared to go back to work.
I've been attempting to get used to a new work schedule, so my reading time has been considerably cut and it's been a process to get used to working full time. The past four years were taken up by school, working 2 part-time jobs, and attempting to keep up with social obligations. Being in quarantine from March to Jun was such a weird change, but going back to a regular schedule is just as strange.
This (long) weekend, I plan on catching up on the four books that I've started in the past couple of weeks before diving into two buddy reads that start on Monday.
#1] The Switch by Beth O'Leary,
performed by Daisy Edgar-Jones & Alison Steadman
My Thoughts So Far:
#2] Blood & Honey (Serpent & Dove #2) by Shelby Mahurin
#3] All Scot and Bothered (Devil You Know #2) by Kerrigan Byrne
#4] Crazy Stupid Bromance (Bromance Book Club #3) by Lyssa Kay Adams
- This is so excellent! I was instantly hooked and caught up in where the story left off in Undercover Bromance.
- I honestly forgot about the computer genius, Noah, but I've already fallen in love with him. He's a Whovian (Doctor Who), he's a total sweetheart, and has a rival that's Alexis's cat! How adorable.
- Alexis is peak-bad bitch material. I adore her. She obviously has a lot of trauma to get past after dealing with the events of Undercover Bromance, but even more hardship has been added onto her plate. We will see how this goes.
- I love that we get to see more from Liv and Mack. Give me all of the happy endings, snark, and groomzilla energy from Mack.
Hopefully, I can finish these books this weekend. I'm aiming to finish The Switch this afternoon and get to the halfway mark of Blood and Honey as well.
Anticipated rating: 5 stars
~ Liv the Book Nerd ~