Okay, so on to my 3 most recent reads...
by Simone Elkeles
I really enjoyed this one. A lot of books take me several chapters or more to actually get into, but I enjoyed this one from the start. It's basically the high school version of Grease meets How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days. It's hardly realistic but would make a fabulously cheesy romantic comedy. It's an easy read and kept me engaged the entire time. There was a twist at the end to keep me on my toes, and I would recommend it to a friend!
by Linda Newbery
Confession: I chose to read this because it was shorter than most novels, and I didn't feel like I had the time to commit to a super long book. That was a mistake. I really should never choose to read something based on the number of pages, and I learned that lesson with this book. I finished all 256 pages and had absolutely no idea what I had just read. It didn't seem like anything happened. It was a documentation of a girl's summer after moving to a new house, but it lacked a single exciting incident in my opinion. The girl did adopt a dog, and I am all about people adopting dogs, so I guess there's that. Other than that, I can't recommend this one for your to-read list.
The Lucky One
by Nicholas Sparks
You really cannot go wrong with Nicholas Sparks. While I did feel like this book took me several chapters to get into, I couldn't stop reading by the end of it. It was sweet and cheesy and the whole time, I didn't know how it was going to end. I have not seen the movie yet, but I am not really sure how Zac Efron was cast as Logan Thiboult. Thiboult is supposed to be a rugged, gruff man with long hair, so that image doesn't really scream Zac Efron to me, but I am excited to watch it nonetheless! I liked this book. If you are late to the party like I was and haven't read it, read it now!
So that's it for September reads! Have you read anything amazing lately?