April Reading Wrap-Up

During April, I split my time between writing for Camp NaNoWriMo and reading. As a result, I only read two books during the month of April. That being said, I enjoyed both books that I read in April. Plus, both of these books appear on my 20 books I want to read in 2020, so I have two more books that I can check off from this list. Here’s what I read:

  • Four Days of You and Me by Miranda Kenneally *
Four Days of You and Me

I received an ARC for the Four Days of You and Me via NetGalley. I was excited to read this book because I read all of Miranda Kenneally’s books in the Hundred Oaks series and this is her first book outside of that series. The Four Days of You and Me was everything that I expected from Miranda Kenneally: a light-hearted romance that is quick and easy to read.

Four Days of You and Me follows the relationship of Lulu and Alex throughout their four years of high school, particularly focusing on the annual class field trips which contain many events that define and change their relationship

  • The Rest of the Story by Sarah Dessen
The Rest of the Story

I’ve had The Rest of the Story since it was released, but never got around to reading it. Throughout high school and college, Sarah Dessen’s books largely made up what I read. However, her recent releases haven’t been my favorite. That being said, The Rest of the Story is a solid novel with Dessen’s classic writing style, although not my favorite out of her works.

The Rest of the Story follows Emma Saylor who visits her mother’s side of the family years after her mother has passed after her father remarries and goes on his honeymoon.

What did you read in April?

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Any book marked with * was an ARC sent to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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