September 2022 Reading Wrapup

Though it was super hectic, September was a pretty good reading month for me. I managed to read quite a few great books, some that will stay with me for a while. I’ve not written reviews for all these yet, so stay tuned for more detailed updates (one or two you won’t want to miss)! Without further adieu, here’s my September 2022 Reading Wrapup with a Buy/Borrow/Pass rating for each!

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Every Summer After

Easily one of the best books I’ve read this year, Every Summer After is a second chance romance coming-of-age story that I couldn’t put down.


The Last Dress in Paris

While this one had all the right elements of a book I normally love, the pacing was a bit off. A terrific read for historical fiction fashion lovers!


The Winter Orphans

Wow. This book is so beautiful. It’s going to stick with me for a while. A new WWII book in keeping with The Tattooist of Auschwitz.


Spells for Forgetting

If you’re in the mood for a moody, atmospheric story about a spellbinding island with secrets to tell, then look no further!


The Lighthouse Witches

While there weren’t any witches, there was definitely a lot of sinister twists and turns that kept me intrigued until the end.


When in Rome

This book may have convinced me that cartoon covers can be deceiving. Everything I hoped it would be and more!


The Familiars

As witchy books go, this one was only meh. I wanted more from the plot in the end. And more witchcraft. A good one for Regency-era lovers.


Lucy by the Sea

While it’s a terrific book, it’s not one that will stick with me. If you’re interested in COVID-era literary fiction, borrow a copy.


The Ways We Hide

As much as I loved this one, it’s going on the borrow list. It’s got so many great things going for it, but I know it won’t be for everyone.


The Kiss Curse

A much better version of the first book in the series, The Ex Hex. A raucous good time with lots of spells and spice.


Bad City

Easily one of the best non-fiction books I’ve ever read, this one should be a borrow unless you’re from L.A.


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