Not Your Sidekick by CB Lee: This YA book as been on my Kindle for a while, and I'm happy I finally read it. I could've wished for more world building at times to explain a bit more about this post-apocalyptic world in which some people have superpowers. But generally, I really enjoyed it. The romance between Jess and her crush Abby was adorable, the friend group they belonged to great, and their discoveries about lies in the world they live in interesting. I'll definitely read the rest of the series.
The Frogman and the Spy by Irene Preston and Liv Rancourt: Apparently, it was a month of books about people with superpowers for me? This was a fun addition to the Royal Powers series, with a combination of romance, spies and intrigue, and superpowers. Most books in this series seem to stand alone, so you can jump in here. I haven't read all of the series yet, though I'm sure I'll go back and catch up.
The Alpha Experiment by Eliot Grayson: This book wasn't my favorite of the Mismatched Mates series, but I did still enjoy it. I think Newton was just a little too clueless for a little too long for my taste, and I really wish we'd gotten Colin's point of view—I liked him in previous books and would've liked to have gotten to know him a bit better. That said, I did enjoy this installment of the series, and the end was sweet. I'll definitely be reading the next book in this shifter series (which, I believe, just came out). I'd say start at the beginning of this series to enjoy it the most.
What did you read and love in May?