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I’m currently reading Snap by Belinda Bauer; I loved Exit when I read it earlier this year, so I’ve been looking forward to read more of her books! I will also be starting Dead Secret by Noelle Holten as the ARC of the next book is due soon.


1. Fatal Promise by Angela Marsons (4,5/5 stars) REVIEW 22/10 
After that shocking conclusion in book eight, of course I had to make time for the next book as soon as possible… I’m still trying to process what happened to be honest, but I was also looking forward to see how things would go from there in Fatal Promise. This is already my tenth DI Kim Stone adventure, and I have to say that this series just keeps delivering.

2. All The Feels by Olivia Dade (3,5/5 stars) REVIEW
There aren’t enough books out there that promote body positivity and I love a good bookish/fanfiction element, so I’ve had my eye on this series for a while. I’ve been warned that things could get rather steamy, which is definitely not my cup of tea… But I crossed my fingers and toes and dived into the first book Spoiler Alert anyway earlier this year, and to my surprise those scenes didn’t bother me too much. Instead, I ended up having an excellent time with the first book, and I’ve been looking forward to All The Feels and Alex & Lauren’s story ever since. Now that I’ve had the chance to read it, I have to say that it definitely didn’t disappoint!

3. Sweet Sweet Revenge Ltd. by Jonas Jonasson (2,5/5 stars) REVIEW 22/10
Right… I’m starting to wonder if I should just leave this author alone in the future. Don’t get me wrong: his debut The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out Of The Window And Disappeared is still an all time favorite, but the rest of his books somehow keep disappointing me and I’m losing hope any of them will actually live up to that first experience with his work. Sadly, Sweet Sweet Revenge Ltd is no exception to that rule and it mostly feels like a rather lackluster intent to copy the successful formula of his debut.

4. The Road Trip by Beth O’Leary (2/5 stars) REVIEW 25/10
After loving the author’s first two books The Flatshare and The Switch, it’s no surprise that her third title The Road Trip went straight to my list of most anticipated releases as soon as I first heard about it. The fact that I love a good road trip story only added to my excitement, until to my surprise the mixed reviews started coming in… It made me wonder if I should just leave this story be (and I now wish I had), but the curious part of me won in the end. Trust me, I definitely understand why people are so underwhelmed by this book, because sadly I’m now one of them.


As I seem to be almost completely disregarding my monthly TBR this month, why not keep up with that mood? xD I’m probably reading Dead Memories by Angela Marsons next as I really do hope to catch up before the end of the year… With the newest book coming out next month, that means a total of six books including this one. I also want to read The Mercies by Kiran Millwood Hargrave; both the Norwegian setting and the focus on the 1620 witch trials sound fascinating. For my next romance read I’m probably reading Summer At Lavender Bay by Sarah Bennett just so that I have the third book ready and waiting for my Christmas TBR. Last but not least, I really should finally pick up A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder by Holly Jackson as people keep raving about the series in general.

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