Summer really flew by, and now we're in September. And honestly, I'm not mad about it. Autumn is my favorite season, and I'm looking forward to some lovely weather and changing leaves and pumpkin everything. But for now, I'll wrap up summer with August's reads. August was not a great reading month for me. I mostly reread some favorites in audio. Other than that, I started several books—a few I'll return to when I'm in the right mood for them and a few just weren't for me—and I read two books for the first time:
Faithless in Death by JD Robb: I'm still reading this series over fifty books in and still enjoying every visit with Eve, Roarke, and the family (if some installments more than others). You can tell the pandemic has messed up my reading habits, though, because I used to read these quickly after they released, and this one came out back in February. But I read it just in time for the new one!
Fluke and the Faultline Fiasco by Sam Burns: I'm really enjoying the Fantastic Fluke series, and this is another great installment. I love how the characters are growing and the storyline is deepening and expanding. And Fluke the fox familiar is all kinds of adorable. Start reading at the beginning of this series to get the most out of it, and then you can join me in awaiting the next book.
What have you read and loved lately?