This is really late, but in march I went on holiday to Victor Harbor, you can Check out the TBR for that HERE. It was so much fun picking out which books I wanted to bring with me, and I got a lot more reading done than I thought I would. So this will be a wrap up of the books I read. So I’m going to start with the books that I read:
Scorpio Hates Virgo by Anyta Sunday
Well, this is just adorable! This Author is one of the best at creating the cutest couples, mixed with a bit of sexiness, sassiness and a whole lot of banter. Percy and Cal have been nemeses for many years now. They lived across the street from each other for years, and both are back in their hometown to sort out family stuff. I enjoyed the first book, Leo Loves Aries more, but my enjoyment of this one was pretty close. This is a really fun series to read.
Welcome to the Ballroom Volume 1 by Tomo Takeuchi
An interesting enough series. I liked and at the same time disliked the artwork, especially when it came to the dramatic action dance sequences. It did not give me a sense of fluid, graceful or ferocious ballroom dancing. But it was interesting to read and learn about the aspects of it as a sport. But I don’t know if I really want to continue this one.
Into the Trees by Robert William
I was looking forward to an exciting supernatural suspense thriller due to the cover and book description. What I got was so far removed it felt like two different stories and none of it gelled well for me. I was drawn into this book by the eerie cover and it turned out to be slightly different from what I was expecting but still a somewhat enjoyable read!
Liam Davis and The Raven by Anyta Sunday
A nice read but not my favourite by this author. So, I’ll start by saying I found this book charming. I’m always really entertained by Anyta Sunday’s writing style; it’s a bit quirky. I always enjoy reading her books. That said, the premise of this book, the story outline itself, outshines the actual story. And in an attempt to fill all this potential, the book actually loses it’s focus and kind off ends up all over the place. Anyway, I liked it enough to keep reading and all. And there were some great elements to this story.
For the Love of Horses by Kelly Wilson
I think that For The Love Of Horses, is a very interesting and informative book about the lives of Vicki Wilson and her sisters. This is a story of three sisters’ love for horses and their determination to get the most out of what life has to offer.
And that’s my Holiday reading wrap-up! This was more of a weekend getaway, which I really needed. Anyway, As you can see, I read some amazing books — and some disappointing reads. But I had a lot of fun reading these books over the weekend while on holiday. Have you read any of these books? If so, what did you think of them? Are any of these on your TBR? Let me know in the Comments!