Does anyone read much in December? I certainly didn’t. I spent the month doing very little and loving every minute. I read five books last month, all of which were enjoyable.
Talk Before Sleep by Elizabeth Berg. Bonny recommended this book, and I’m so glad she did. This is a beautiful story about friendship and watching your best friend die of cancer. It was wonderful. I’ll be picking up more books by Elizabeth Berg. I give this book four out of five stars.
His Royal Highness by RS Grey. If you have been reading this blog for more than a month you know that I have a fondness for RS Grey books. They are predictable and sappy, but I like them. This book is about a woman who works in character as a princess in a Disneyesque resort who falls for the heir to the park. You know how it will end. It won’t keep you up at night, which makes it perfect for reading before sleep. I give this book two out of five stars.
Blitzed by Alexa Martin. This is the third book in the Playbook series. Like the previous two books, this is a funny and interesting book. The book features strong female characters who support each other. If you enjoy football and romance novels I highly recommend you check this series out. I give this book three out of five stars.
Leave Me Alone, I’m Reading by Maureen Corrigan. Have you ever picked up a book at the bookstore based on the title? I have. I had heard Corrigan’s book reviews on Fresh Air, so she was somewhat familiar. I enjoyed this memoir through book review, and finished the book with even more books on my to read list. I give this book three out of five stars.
Comfort and Joy by Kristin Hannah. I think I’ll read this book every December. It is a novel with a bit of magic in it. I adore this book. I give it four out of five stars.
I have a big pile to read on my nightstand. We are now in the part of the year where all I want to do is wear sweaters with sweat pants, drink tea, and not leave my house, so I will probably get some reading in this month.
Are you reading anything good?