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This Week in Books #8

Examinations have started for my students, however my life is just as busy as when I was still having classes. I had clearly underestimated the time that I would have for reading this week :p

Anyway, here’s my round-up for this week, a feature hosted by Lipsyy from Lipsyy’s Lost and Found. It’s similar to WWW Wednesday (hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words), so I’m linking to both :)

Then: I read three books last week. First was Will You Won’t You Want Me by Nora Zelevansky, which I loved eventhough it was slow at first but when it picked up, it was really good. I gave it 4 stars and you can read my full review here. The second book I read was Life Swap by Carol Wyer, which I gave 2 stars. I wanted to love it but I just can’t. The third book was The Little French Guesthouse by Helen Pollard, which I super love. Will be posting reviews for the two books later so please do look out for it.

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Now: I’m still reading Open House by Jill Mansell. Been putting it on hold but will definitely get back to reading it in between marking exam papers, because I need to return it soon.

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Next: I don’t think I will have a lot of reading time this week what with marking exam papers and some family stuff going on but I am planning to read these two books: The Simple Rules of Love by Amanda Brookfield (because I need to return it soon) and also Sugar Queen by Sarah Addison Allen (because I need my Sarah Addison Allen fix!).

What have you read this week? Let me know 🙂

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4 thoughts on “This Week in Books #8

  1. Looks like you’re getting quite a bit read to me, Sya! I’m glad you’re enjoying most of them. I’m sorry that Life Swap was disappointing. I look forward to your reviews of the other two though. And the Jill Mansell and Sarah Addison Allen books…I’ve always wanted to read them.
    It’s been a contemporary romance week for me. I’ve read Mr. Perfect by JA Huss and am reading Debauched by Jennifer Dawson. I’m also listening to Frost Burned by Patricia Briggs.

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