Speed Reviewing: June 10

I read a lot if you hadn’t noticed! Sometimes I read things that I like but don’t think warrant a full review, but I feel bad for not giving them enough attention. Everyone needs some easy chick-lit now and again, right? Maybe that’s just me…

Without further ado, here are tiny reviews of some books that didn’t make it onto the blog.

Revenge Wears Prada

Revenge WearPrada by Lauren Weisenberger

Revenge Wears Prada: The Devil Returns

Short Review: A fun read with many major fashion moments. It’s hard to imagine film cast (i.e. Anne Hathaway) in these new scenarios which unfortunately taints my view of this sequel. Method Read: ebook Rating: 3/5 sophie kinsella wedding night

Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella


Wedding Night


Short Review: Great book for an evening in with a glass of wine!  The characters and story are adorable.
Method Read: library ebook
Rating: 3/5


Garment of Shadows by Laurie King

Garment of Shadows (Mary Russell, #12)

Short Review: A great addition to the series, but would be confusing to read as a standalone piece. Unfortunately it’s also far too long for an audiobook. Method Read: audible audiobook Rating: 4/5 The River of No Return

The River of No Return by Bee Ridgway


The River of No Return


Short Review: INCREDIBLE. AMAZING. Ridgway’s novel immediately reminded me of  A Discovery of Witches but still kept its own unique flair. Highly Recommended.
Method Read: galley
Rating: 4/5


Seduction by M.J. Rose


Short Review: Odd little book with too many plot twists.

Method Read: galley
Rating: 3/5

3 responses to “Speed Reviewing: June 10”

  1. […] This month’s installment of speed reviewing is a little shorter than last months — I guess that means there are fewer books that disappointed me! If you missed last month’s post check it out here. […]

  2. […] reviewed this one a few months ago! Ridgeway creates a time-travel novel all its own by weaving the paranormal into every day life. […]

  3. […] you had a bad day…. For the most basic of bad days, most any chick-lit will do. I’m partial to Sophie Kinsella’s books because they’re heartfelt without being too romantically […]

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