Between Us by Mhairi McFarlane was kind of off because of the audiobook and the biggest selling point- the romance was so unconvincing too.
How to Destroy Your Husband by Jess Kitching do actually get immersed in the process of finding out the secrets of this “husband” character.
Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston is extremely slow not because of some narration technique but simply because it is.
The Boy You Always Wanted by Michelle Quach is a good way to have a glimpse of Chinese- Vietnamese- American cultural but not as romance book
Prom Mom by Laura Lippman was all talk and no action and even the characters made less sense. They would appear so temperamental.
Project Icarus by R.D. Shah was too linear and less dramatic making it a bit robotic and monotone and failed to spark up throughout the book.
Murder on a School Night by Kate Weston was a maze with the whole haphazard plot lines, high school dramas and forced mystery.
Yours Truly by Abby Jimenez s more of a slice-of-life book that could teach you quite a few things or at least maybe make you think.
Daddy’s Gone A Hunting by Mary Higgins Clark just proves why the author’s books are a force.The book takes a while to settle though.
So That Happened by Katie Bailey is a quick, fun and cosy read that is perfect as a relaxer read and helps you to settle down on a weekend