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Monthly Recap: September 2016

Number of Books Read
I read 22 books (including four re-reads but not including my one DNF) in September! 
Avoiding Commitment (Avoiding #1) by K.A. Linde
The City Wants You Alone (Girl, #3)
Dream School (Girl, #2)
The Candidate (Newsmakers #2)
Kitchens of the Great Midwest
Vegas Girls
One Was Lost
Only Daughter
Girl (Girl, #1)
She's My Kind of Girl (Something New #4.5)
Merry Cowboy Christmas (Lucky Penny Ranch, #3)
Strange Things Done
The Other Side of the World
The Confectioner's Tale
It Looks Like This
Don't I Know You?
Fitzwilliam Darcy, Rock Star
A Song to Take the World Apart
Recipe for Love
Dear Mr M
Off the Record (Record, #1)
You Will Know Me

Shadow Woman by Linda Howard

Avoiding Commitment (Avoiding #1) by K.A. Linde
Shadow Woman by Linda Howard
Off the Record (Record #1) by K.A. Linde
Girl (Girl #1) by Blake Nelson

Highest rating
Not including re-reads, these were all 4 STARs!!
You Will Know Me by Megan AbbottKitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan StradalDream School (Girl #2) by Blake Nelson
Lowest rating
Only one DNF, which is serious progress after last month!
The Other Side of the World by Stephanie Bishop
Best read of the month
Girl (Girl #1) by Blake Nelson
Book which surprised me the most
This was so good!
Kitchens of the Great Midwest
Fictional crush of the month
Todd Sparrow!
Girl (Girl #1) by Blake Nelson
Three books I’m looking forward to reading next month
Tell the Truth, Shame the Devil by Melina Marchetta         The Oslo Conspiracy by Asle Skredderberget        Winter Storms (Winter #3) by Elin Hilderbrand
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    1. Woah, great work reading 22 books, that is an amazing achievement! I actually haven't heard of most of these books, but it sounds like you enjoyed them! Have a great October!

      Jeann @ Happy Indulgence

    2. The Oslo Conspiracy sounds really good! I'll have to check it out. And wow 22 books! I have only read 20 books in a month and that was back in April. I doubt I'll ever go above that number. I hope October treats you just as good so you can keep reading :)
      Genesis @ Latte Nights Reviews

    3. As always, I am in awe of the number of books you manage to read each month. Reading is your superpower! Teach me your way, O Wise One. :) Kitchens of the Great Midwest sounds so interesting. Anytime food is a focus in a book... yeah, that's always a good thing. I've read Girl by Blake Nelson but sadly remember nothing about it . According to GoodReads I read it in 2002 so it's been a while.

    4. You are definitely a reading machine! :D Have a good one!

    5. Wow you read so many books that is amazing. I hope October is a great reading month for you too!

    6. Wow, 22 books, and 4 rereads, that’s a lot! I haven’t heard about the Girl before. Do you plan to write review? I need to look at it.

    7. Wow, you read a ton this past month! That's great. I hope to read more this month. September was a bit busy with vacation and a new job, so I didn't get TONS read.


    8. Wow 22 books!!! I have had Kitchens of the Great Midwest on my TBR since it came out. I will so bump it up now!!

    9. Oh gosh! SO many books, you did AWESOME!:) Have a great October!

    10. Thats amazing you were able to read so much including re-reads which i never do. Hope October is as Great!
      Tori @ In Tori Lex


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