Squeaking in at the end of the weekend, here’s my usual weekly roundup!
A weird mix, as ever! 😀 And this really truly is my last spree for a while; I’m now on a steady diet of one book per week.
Received to review:
I… I still need to read The Fated Sky, I’ll be honest. It’s just that my brain is stupid sometimes.
Books read this week:
Reviews posted this week:
–The Replacement Husband, by Eliot Grayson. This is okay but not stellar; enjoyable in the moment but not something that will linger with me, and with which I had a couple of bones to pick. 3/5 stars
–Finna, by Nino Cipri. This has some fun stuff in the background and mostly was just too slight for me in the end to bear the weight of the complaints about capitalism, which sort of overshadow everything else now I’m thinking about it over a week later. 3/5 stars
–84 Charing Cross Road, by Helene Hanff. This is really sweet and often funny, though there is a rather sad surprise waiting toward the end of the first section for those who didn’t immediately look up Helene Hanff… 4/5 stars
–Princess Princess Ever After, by Kate O’Neill. Really short, but cute. 4/5 stars
–Unfit to Print, by K.J. Charles. As fun as you’d expect from K.J. Charles, and I rather like the two main characters. It all works out a bit quickly, though… 4/5 stars
–Top Ten Tuesday: Reasons Why I Love Romance. So many reasons! #10 will surprise you. (Or not, actually, if you know me at all.)
–WWW Wednesday. Featuring me rambling around reading too much at once, as ever.
How’s everyone doing? Been buying anything shiny?