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Monthly Recap: July 2016

Number of Books Read
I read (not including my one DNF, which is so much better than last month's five) 20 books in July!  I was on vacation a lot but not necessarily vacations where I could read a lot and it will be the same in August.
Smash & Grab
Santorini Sunsets
We Are All Made of Stars
The Last One
Monterey Bay
Just Kids (read by Patti Smith)
Hot Milk
Up Close and Dangerous
Bittersweet (True North, #1)
Dancing with the Tiger
The Singles Game
The Invoice
The Sister
Summer of Love: A beautiful, romantic story to escape into this summer
Summer Sisters
Paper and Fire (The Great Library, #2)
Ink and Bone (The Great Library, #1)

The Hatching

Highest rating
4.5/5 STARS!
Dancing with the Tiger  Just Kids (read by Patti Smith)
Lowest rating
We Are All Made of Stars
Best read of the month
Dancing with the Tiger  Just Kids (read by Patti Smith)
Book which surprised me the most
The Hatching
Fictional crush of the month
Bittersweet (True North, #1)
Three books I’m looking forward to reading next month
Swear on This Life by Renee Carlino         Sting by Sandra Brown        The Sight (Devil's Isle #2) by Chloe Neill
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    1. 20 books is awesome!! Plus the DNF number is down s that is always a good thing. I have Bittersweet and really hope to get to it in September. Can't wait to see what you think of Swear on This Life. Have a great August !

    2. OMG, how did you manage to get through all of those books in one month?! *is jealous*

    3. Woo! You had an amazing month, Eva! You read so many books and good ones at that. I'm especially happy to see Griff in your book boyfriend of the month category! :D
      Hope August is as awesome, Eva!

    4. What a phenomenal reading month! 20 books is not too shabby! I really want to read The Sister. I've seen it crop up on blogs in the last two weeks and I really want it!

    5. oh it looks like you had a fabulous month here!! I just love all these books you got too!!! I do want to read Bittersweet so much. I have heard some good things.

    6. 20 books is so good! I loved Bittersweet and understand your crush :)

    7. 20 books!!! I wish I could read that fast. GO YOU!! I read Summer Sisters FOREVER ago, I should really revisit that one because HELLO, Judy Blume!!


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