September Reads and October Book Goals

I have a confession. I cannot stop reading the Knitting in the City romance series. I did not read any real books this month. It was pretty great. I read five books this month, all of them were like little vacations for my brain.

Friends Without Benefits by Penny Reid. This book was a cute, fun read about cystic fibrosis research and dating a famous person. I give this book three out of five stars.

Love Hacked by Penny Reid. This knitting romance was full of information about bitcoin and block chain. I give this book three out of five stars.

Beauty and the Mustache by Penny Reid. This knitting romance was about the family and the hospice system. I give this book three out of five stars.

Ninja at First Sight by Penny Reid. This knitting romance was about college students falling in love. I give this book two out of five stars.

Happily Ever Ninja by Penny Reid. This book follows up with the college romance 14 years after their marriage. The woman, now a stay at home mom, is an ex-CIA agent. The husband is a petroleum engineer. He is kidnapped while working in Africa. This is a knitting romance novel. I give it four out of five stars.

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren. The siblings of a recently married couple take their spot on a Hawaiian honeymoon when the bride and groom are struck with food poisoning. They have always hated each other, but after spending time together things start to change. This is not a knitting romance novel, but I’ll forgive it for that. I give this book three out of five stars.

In October I hope to read a few real books. I’ll be happy if I ever finish Summer of 69, which I started reading in August. My book pile continues to expand, there are more home school and fiber books than novels at the moment, but I’m sure I’ll get back to real novels soon (there are only a few more books in the Knitting in the City series after all).

8 thoughts on “September Reads and October Book Goals

  1. I love that there were learning opportunities in each of the knitting romance novels!! 😀
    That’s a pretty great reading pile you have there! I’ll be interested in your opinion on the Clara Parkes book. And the others too, of course 🙂

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  2. I just finished your An American Marriage book. I was pleasantly surprised at how complex of a backstory was built up and read voraciously. Then it just ended. I’m both mad and impressed that it kept me engaged all the way through only to just abruptly end–well done author, well done.

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