Review | P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han (Spoilers!)

Hello, readers! At the end of July, I finally decided to dive back in to the world of Lara Jean Song Covey. I can’t express how much I love these books! I talk about them every chance I get. I immediately started the last book and finished it in a couple of days. I almost did a joint review post for them, but I did not love P.S. I Still Love You as much, so I wanted to review them separately.

**Obviously spoiler alerts ahead if you have not read the first book in the series.

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Review | Bad Blood by E.A. Owen

Hello, readers! I was sent an ebook copy of Bad Blood by E.A. Owen last month. This is my first review where an author reached out to me, and I am so appreciative that the author reached out to me! I always add the disclaimer to avoid the plot synopsis for thriller books. I think the plot synopsis for this book gives away way too much of the beginning of the book, so I am encouraging you to skip it altogether.

**Disclaimer: As with all of my reviews, I do post the entire plot synopsis before my review. However, I will always recommend for Thriller Thursday reviews that you skip the plot synopsis. Thrillers are better when you go in knowing little to nothing about the plot. Happy reading!

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Review | The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware

Hello, readers! I read back-to-back Ruth Ware books in July, which inevitably led to a reading slump! But I thought The Death of Mrs. Westaway was the author’s strongest book so far, followed by The Lying Game, which I also read in July.

**Disclaimer: As with all of my reviews, I do post the entire plot synopsis before my review. However, I will always recommend for Thriller Thursday reviews that you skip the plot synopsis. Thrillers are better when you go in knowing little to nothing about the plot. Happy reading!

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Review | 9 Days and 9 Nights by Katie Cotugno

Hello, readers! Earlier this month, I checked out several audiobooks from the hoopla app through my library. I only have five borrow credits each month, so I usually get audiobooks. I realized after our trip that I never read this book and it was scheduled to return at the end of the month. I decided to start it at the gym on a whim. I need to read more by Katie Cotugno now!

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Review | The Lying Game by Ruth Ware

Hello, readers! I recently read The Lying Game by Ruth Ware, and it is my favorite Ruth Ware book so far! I am hoping The Death of Mrs. Westaway does not disappoint me. So many booktubers who usually hate her books have said Mrs. Westaway is so good, so I’m afraid I have my expectations too high! I think I know too much about the plot for that one going in too. But with The Lying Game, I had read the plot months ago, and then forgot what it was about. I think this is why I finally enjoyed an entire Ruth Ware book.

**Disclaimer: As with all of my reviews, I do post the entire plot synopsis before my review. However, I will always recommend for Thriller Thursday reviews that you skip the plot synopsis. Thrillers are better when you go in knowing little to nothing about the plot. Happy reading!

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Review | Girls’ Night Out by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke (ARC)

Hello, readers! I was lucky enough to snag an ARC of Girls’ Night Out by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review.

**Disclaimer: As with all of my reviews, I do post the entire plot synopsis before my review. However, I will always recommend for Thriller Thursday reviews that you skip the plot synopsis. Thrillers are better when you go in knowing little to nothing about the plot. Happy reading!

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Review | Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel

Hello, readers! I hesitated to include this book in my Thriller Thursday series, but Amazon actually has it on a list of technothrillers. Who knew that technothrillers was a thing? Anybody?

**Disclaimer: As with all of my reviews, I do post the entire plot synopsis before my review. However, I will always recommend for Thriller Thursday reviews that you skip the plot synopsis. Thrillers are better when you go in knowing little to nothing about the plot. Happy reading!

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Review | 99 Days by Katie Cotugno

Hello, readers! Today I have my review for 99 Days by Katie Cotugno and things will get spoiler-y, but I will post a warning before I go in to spoiler territory. I did not know what to expect when I started this book, but I knew everyone was excited for the sequel, 9 Days and 9 Nights. I had the physical copy of the book from my library, but then I found the audiobook on the hoopla app and decided to listen to the book by the pool instead.

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