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2. Crave Me by M. Robinson
They say in order to find yourself you have to go home.
What if home was what you're running from?
Where did that leave you?
Always on the other side of the fence.
Always looking in.
Always wishing you were someone you couldn't be.
Until one day you meet her.
She was my high, but she was also...
STANDALONE within a series. New Adult Contemporary Romance: Strong language and themes, and sexual content, not intended for readers under 18. This is a Full Length Novel.
I like the first three books of this series but this forth one just lack the depth the others have. It does contain serious issue such as drug addiction but the characters were too distant. They weren't relatable and I had a hard time understanding them and the relationship between the two protagonist because of that.3. Enclave by Ann Aguirre
New York City has been decimated by war and plague, and most of civilization has migrated to underground enclaves, where life expectancy is no more than the early 20's. When Deuce turns 15, she takes on her role as a Huntress, and is paired with Fade, a teenage Hunter who lived Topside as a young boy. When she and Fade discover that the neighboring enclave has been decimated by the tunnel monsters--or Freaks--who seem to be growing more organized, the elders refuse to listen to warnings. And when Deuce and Fade are exiled from the enclave, the girl born in darkness must survive in daylight--guided by Fade's long-ago memories--in the ruins of a city whose population has dwindled to a few dangerous gangs.
Ann Aguirre's thrilling young adult novel is the story of two young people in an apocalyptic world--facing dangers, and feelings, unlike any they've ever known.
I read so many books like this and this did not stand out. It feels like I'm reading the hunger games or divergent again and I just forced myself to finish this book. The romance was poorly done and when the author hinted a possible love triangle it took a lot of willpower not to throw by book because it was forced and it was not properly developed unlike in the Shatter trilogy.
4. Up in Flames by Abbi Glines
The villain of Rosemary Beach finally gets her own happy ending in the long-awaited final novel of the #1 New York Times bestselling new adult romance series by Abbi Glines.
The blockbuster #1 New York Times bestselling Rosemary Beach series ends with a bang when the troubled character readers love to hate gets her very own happily ever after in this eagerly anticipated and overwhelmingly requested story. Known for causing problems for everyone in Rosemary Beach, Nan has been growing up lately, and she’s finally taking center stage—and finding love with the man she least expected.
This book was so good. I read it in one sitting and it made me love Nan; Nan and her smartass-don't bother me attitude. I love how the author changes her usually plot and played around with the romance part of this book. My only problem Cope was not very relatable. I was not attached to him unlike Abbi's other male protagonist. In the end, this book really reminded me not to judge a person you don't know because they might be different from what you assume them to be.
What books did you read in the month of June and what books are you planning to read soon? Let me know by commenting down below!