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The Books I Read In March


In March, I read three of the best books I've read in a long time. One of the books was a free download through Kindle Unlimited that I downloaded based on the book cover. The other was an advance copy that was sent to me as part of a sponsored campaign, and the other was a book I picked up in the grocery store for $4.

Here are the three books I read in March:

1. The Girl He Used To Know by Tracey Garvis Graves   4.5/5 stars
I received an advance copy of this book for the purposes of writing a sponsored review. Whenever I receive advanced copies, it's hard to have any preconceived notions of the book since very few have read it. I actually like going into a book not knowing anything about it. This book was a shocker. I wrote a full review on the blog. Read it here.


2. P.S. from Paris by Marc Levy   4/5 stars
When I joined Kindle Unlimited, this was the first book recommended to me. A love story set in Paris? No brainer. I didn't expect to like this book as much as I did. One of the reasons was the picture of Paris that Levy depicts. It's realistic, and if you have ever been to the city, you can almost feel yourself in the heart of Montmartre (which is where much of the book takes place). I found myself cheering on the protagonists and hoping for a happy ending. You'll have to read the book to see if they get the happy ending.


3. The Girl Before by J.P. Delaney   5/5 stars
I can always judge a good book by the amount of time it takes me to read it. Any book read in a week or under is a good one. Under 3 days, it's a great one. I finished this book in just under 3 days. I couldn't put it down. Every spare moment I had, I was reading this book. It reminded a little of Fifty Shades of Grey in that there is strong, structured male protagonist, but the similarities end there. Without giving too much away, you'll think you have this book figured out. But there's a major twist that you'll never see coming.

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