Can't believe September is over. I just moved into a new apartment with a new awesome roommate. It's a little bittersweet to leave Jackie and my first New York apartment, but I'm on to new things! I've also started back up in grad school again, so between class and work my schedule is a little crazy. And looking back at what I read this month, it was mostly NA. Thankfully, I read a lot of good NA so I'd definitely recommend these reads.
1. A Little Too Far by Lisa Desrochers
This book shocked me and totally made me fall in love. This is a fresh and awesome story that I just totally freaked out over. Read this one! You can read my full review here.
2. Finding It by Cora Carmack
I love Cora Carmack. She just makes me happy. And while I'll be Team Garrick forever, but Jackson Hunt is a close second. Plus, I can't help but love Kelsey. I'll have my review up soon!
3. Perfect Regret by A. Meredith Walters
I'm also a little obsessed with A. Meredith Walters. And while I liked Bad Rep better, Perfect Regret was still an awesome companion. Read her books! My full review is here.
4. The Darkest Part by Trisha Wolfe
I didn't really know what to expect with this one, but it completely tugged all my emotions and held a lot of intense secrets. If you want awesome New Adult that combines grief, ghosts, roadtrips and secret pasts, this is a great one. Read my review here.
5. Ask the Passengers by A.S. King
Jackie says : This book blew my mind. It was smart, authentic, and so heartfelt. This might have been my favorite book of the year. It was so amazingly realistic when it came to depicting small towns and the consequences of living in them while being different. LOVE it. My review will be up soon!