What I Read In July 2021.
Ahhh better late than never!
It was a light reading month with only three books, but they were really good ones! Most of my reading this month was done on my kindle app – because baby! Right now I get most of my reading done while feeding the baby – especially at night and first thing in the morning. I fit it in during feedings throughout the day too, but it’s not as easy with the other kids around. And at night, I’m also so tired so sometimes I fall asleep reading, ha. But these books below are SO good. And remember, I have my huge summer reading list here, and usually talk about what I’m reading in summer fridays each week.
While I’m keeping my reviews here on the blog, remember that you can follow the goodreads account with what I’m reading, so you can see what I read in real time.
You can also join the book club! We have the instagram and secret facebook group here. All of the book club interactions have really been taking place in the FB group!
You can find my reading lists here and previous What I Read posts here. I’d love to hear below what you read this month!
WHAT I READ IN JULY 2021
One Last Stop
I loved this author’s previous book so I was pumped about this! It was our July book club read too. The story follows August who meets Jane on a train – Jane is super mysterious and can’t leave the train. I loved all of these characters so much! The roommates were so fun to follow. The mystery really hooked me in, even though I found just a few parts of it a little slow. But that didn’t keep me from adoring it. The story is magical, I loved the ending and and it is such a good book! I want to read it again already.
While We Were Dating
Gosh I just love Jasmine’s books. Every summer I wait for a new one! I love how the characters have their own world (sort of reminds me of Elin and Nantucket!) and they appear in her different books. While this is a series, you don’t have to read any of the previous books to follow along. This story follows Ben and Anna who are working on a project together. They are both super flirty and don’t intend on any sort of serious relationship, but they discover that there is more depth in each of them and discuss mental health quite a bit. As usual, this is super steamy and super cute!
Seven Days In June
I was SO excited about this one and it didn’t disappoint. I’ve been wanting to read this since I made my summer reading list. The story follows Shane and Eva who “meet” at an event, but the truth is they had met years ago and had a brief love affair! OMG. I cannot even handle how much I loved this story. It does jump back and forth in time. Absolutely love love loved this and the ending too!
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6 Comments on “What I Read In July 2021.”
No ratings? How can I make a decision! Lol!!!!
😂 I came here to say the same thing! I miss those star ratings!
I also enjoyed Seven Days in June and the Last Stop, although I thought that the latter could have used heavier editing – it was longer than it needed to me – but I agree, I just adored the characters and the magical nature of it all.
My new favorite book, although it’s LONG, is Great Circle. And Wreckage of my Presence was such a great light read by Casey Wilson.
I just finished listening to Seven Days in June and it was so good! I’ve got While We Were Dating queued up on Audible as well – I love listening to Janina Edwards, who reads all of Jasmine’s books.
I also just finished reading The Guncle! So cute!!
I’m in the middle of Seven Days In June right now! I wish I didn’t have to go to work today because I want to keep reading. The author’s use of language is an absolute joy and I could not love the characters more.
I don’t see any recent book club activity in the Facebook group?