Because time has lost all meaning, it is apparently December already—something that hasn't quite sunk in yet, despite the fact that all of my Christmas decorations are up and I've been listening to a ton of Christmas music. I suppose I'll catch up at some point. But today, I'm talking about November's reading. November was...a lot, and as a result, I didn't do a lot of reading, of new books at least. I read some fan fiction and listened to audiobooks often, all rereads. I did read a few new books, though:
The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling: This witchy rom-com was fun and funny and the light, easy read I needed. It starts with a witch and her cousin drunkenly cursing her ex, never thinking they were doing real magic. Fast forward several years, the ex is back in town, and it turns out the curse was quite real.
Wolves of Kismet series by Sam Burns: I've been reading a lot of Sam Burns's books lately and enjoying them. The three books in this series—in which three wolf shifters and found brothers come together to make a pack and family and find love along the way—were no different, though I would've loved a little more development and a little more wrap up.
What have you been reading lately?