It's the holiday season! I'm already getting into the lazy - I just want to bake cookies and read all day - mindset. November has been another slow reading month for me, but I'm nearing the end of the semester so my pile of books I need to catch up on are stacking up. I can't wait until I can get through all the books I've been meaning to read. But first - my top reads in November!
1. Sweet Thing by Renee Carlino
I'm all kinds of in love with this book. It's a gorgeous story that still gets me all worked up and agitated in the best way possible. Read my full review here and then go read it. Seriously, read it now.
2. Cress by Marissa Meyer
This is one of the handful of series that is prominent in my heart right now. It's amazing how Marissa Meyer takes a crazy concept and makes it so complex, so large, and so plausible. It's just the most impressive thing. And Cress was the perfect addition to the group of fairy-tale inspired heroes tasked with saving Earth.
3. Racing Savannah by Miranda Kenneally
I just get the warm-fuzzies when I read Miranda Kenneally. Racing Savannah comes in second only to Catching Jordan in the Hundred Oaks series. Read my full review here.
4. A Little Too Much by Lisa Desrochers
Another great new adult from Lisa! I was a little apprehensive about where Alessandro's story would go, but I was delighted when it brought us to Hilary and the wonders of New York. She's just killin' it in the NA world right now. My full review is here.
5. All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill
I read this one at the insistence of my roommate who has impeccable and hard-to-please taste in books and it was just so impressive. I don't know how Cristin pulled off writing two different characters who are the same person, but it was a great idea. Plus, I always love books about time travel that don't make me feel like an idiot for getting confused about time travel.
What were your top reads this month?