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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #1

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a meme sponsored by Sheila at Book Journey where we gather to share what we have read this past week and what we plan to read this week.

Last Week I Read:

You can read my review of A Moment by Marie Hall here.  I am sorry to say that the other books I read last week were all fairly disappointing -- none of them were my favorites or will probably merit reviews.  Every Which Way had potential and I will probably read the sequel because it ended on such a weird note but there was just something off about the book.  Still going to keep reading The Moreno Brothers series by Elizabeth Reyes because I love her 5th Street series and I've purchased all the books.  

This Week I Plan to Read:

 Link up below!  What are you reading? 
 What great books did you read last week?


  1. I have not read any of these book or any thing by these authors.

  2. I finished Requiem a couple of weeks ago and it was just...indescribable. Lauren Oliver has such such such a way with words that wows me every time. I hope you enjoy it!
    My Monday post :)


  3. That's too bad, I hate it when the books disappoint me, too :( Although I haven't read any of these, but I'm glad you enjoyed Moment :)

    I wish you a great reading week & happy reading!

  4. I'm sorry you had such disappointing books last week. I hope you love your reads this week!

  5. I have that Elizabeth Reyes book on my nook. Hoping to read it soon :) Have a lovely reading week :) What are you reading this week @ the Brunette Librarian’s Blog

  6. Sorry to hear that some of your reads were disappointing and I hope this week's reading is better.

  7. It's always disapointing when you have a string of underwhelming reads in a row!!! I hope this week brings you better better reads!! :)


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