October Reading Wrap-Up

Happy November!’

I hope you had a great halloween! Now that spooky season, I am MORE THAN ready for the holiday season!

October was a typical reading month for me. I read 11 books!

They were all Audiobooks as I’ve been on a streak this year with audiobooks!

The books I read this month are:

  • A Hex for Danger by Esme Addison (An Enchanted Bay Mystery #2)
    • An adult cozy mystery with water witches!
  • Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz
    • A YA LGBTQ coming of age & romance!
  • New Moon by Stephanie Meyer (Twilight #2)
    • A classic YA paranormal romance with Vampires!
  • This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab
    • A YA fantasy series where sins become physical monsters!
  • Bridgerton series by Julia Quinn (Books 2-5)
    • A Regency romance series that inspired the well-loved NETFLIX series
      • The Viscount Who Loved Me by Julia Quinn (#2)
      • An Offer From a Gentleman by Julia Quinn (#3)
      • Romancing Mister Bridgerton by Julia Quinn (#4)
      • To Sir Phillip, With Love by Julia Quinn (#5)
  • Tokyo Ever After by Emiko Jean
    • A YA fiction book about a girl who finds out her father is the crowned prince of Japan!
  • Wicked Witches of Coventry series by Sara Bourgeois
    • An adult cozy mystery with witches, a haunted house, and a talking cat!
      • If the Broom Fits by Sara Bourgeois (#1)
      • Doom and Broom by Sara Bourgeois (#2)

Do any of these books interest you? I got all of these audiobooks by borrowing them from my local library through Libby &Hoopla! Support your local library and see what resources they provide!

Thanks for reading!

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