Quarterly Report: What I've Read Recently ...

Twenty-eight books read over the past four months. Twenty. Eight. Even as busy as I've been with planning programs and such, I feel like all I've really done is read. Which, honestly, isn't a bad feeling in the slightest. Here's a look at what's caught my attention these past four months.

Time served / Julianna Keyes
Alice + Freda forever: A murder in Memphis / Alexis Coe
The body at the tower / Y.S. Lee
Hard time / Cara McKenna
Silver bastard / Joanna Wylde
This gun for hire / Jo Goodman
A desperate fortune / Susanna Kearsley
The mistake / Elle Kennedy

The bullet / Mary Louise Kelly
99 days / Katie Cotugno
The royal we / Heather Cocks & Jessica Morgan
A court of thorns and roses / Sarah J. Maas
Missing mother-to-be / Elle Kennedy
Big sky summer / Linda Lael Miller
A gentleman in the street / Alisha Rai
Red queen / Victoria Aveyard
Suddenly one summer / Julie James

The winner's curse / Marie Rutkoski
The winner's crime / Marie Rutkoski
Shards of hope / Nalini Singh
Jurassic park / Michael Crichton
Crimson bound / Rosamund Hodge
Fables, vol. 21: Happily ever after / Bill Willingham et al.
Penguins with people problems / Mary Laura Philpott
Slow burn / Autumn Jones Lake
Vagos, Mongols, and Outlaws: My infiltration of America's deadliest biker gangs / Charles Falco with Kerrie Droban
Corrupting Cinderella / Autumn Jones Lake
Trouble / Non Pratt

The cutest read by far these past few months has to be The Royal We - which tells what is honestly pretty damn close to being Kate Middleton fanfiction, though in the sweetest possible way. For real, this one is bound to be something of a comfort read for me for a long time to come. I truly had some great reads these past four months -- I thoroughly enjoyed A Desperate Fortune, the thrill and suspense of The Bullet and Jurassic Park, and the beginnings of new YA series like The Red Queen and A Court of Thorns and Roses.

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