Three Books To Read In April

I was looking for a change. Coronavirus changed everything. Many of us picked up new hobbies, clean and organize, find new projects, and find a way to make it all work.  I can only watch so much TV! Some days and evenings, I would take a nap, go for a walk, clean, etc. because I was so bored! At this point, I was in desperate need of a change. I love reading, so when I was offered the opportunity to read a few books, I had to jump at the chance.  If you’re in search of new books to read, we found three books to read in April.

Three Books To Read In April
Beauty Brite Disclosure

As a pre-teen, I read all the Nancy Drew books my mom bought for me. As a teenager, I also read Stephen King and Danielle Steel books. My favorite genres are mystery, thriller, suspense, and a little romance. 

As I got older, it seemed I had less and less time to devote to reading. I was going to school and working. Before Coronavirus, I felt pretty busy trying to balance managing a household and being a full time single parent. 

As a mom, I had even less time. After COVID, I feel like my schedule is busy as ever during the day. But as soon as our day is done with school and therapy, I have plenty of time!

I am so thrilled to add new books to my collection!

RomCom Novel

About The Seat Filler

The meet-cute award goes to dog groomer Juliet Nolan. It’s one of Hollywood’s biggest nights when she volunteers as a seat filler and winds up next to movie heartthrob Noah freaking Douglas. Tongue tied and toes curling in her pink Converse, she pretends that she doesn’t have a clue who he is. It’s the only way to keep from swooning.

She’s pretty and unpretentious, loves his dog, and is not a worshipping fan. No way Noah’s giving up on her, even if his affectionate pursuit comes with a bump: Juliet has a pathological fear of kissing and the disappointments that follow. What odds does romance have without that momentous, stupendous, once-in-a-lifetime first smooch? Patient, empathetic, and carrying personal burdens of his own, Noah suggests a remedy: they rehearse.

The lessons begin. The guards come down. But there’s another hitch they weren’t betting on. As for that cue-the-orchestra-and-roll-credits happy ending? It might take more than practice to make it perfect.

The Seat Filler by Sariah Wilson

I read The Seat Filler by Sariah Wilson in less than a week! I have missed reading so much. When this book landed in my inbox, I knew I had to read. I love romance books!

Since I love romantic comedy movies, I knew I would enjoy The Seat Filler

The Seat Filler explores the possibility of two very different people coming together to explore if their worlds can work.

Overall, The Seat Filler was a cute storyline. I liked that Noah and Juliet had their own little inside jokes. At the end, you find out how much of a connection they built and how much they learned about each other.

This book actually made me cry. As a single mom, it’s lonely being single. The book made me think of a previous relationship.

Mystery Book

About The Sky Above Us

The morning after their senior year beach party, Izzy, Cass, and Janie are woken by a thundering overhead. Then they and their classmates watch in shock as a plane crashes into the water. When the passengers are finally recovered, they are identified as Izzy’s twin brother, Israel, Cass’s ex-boyfriend, Shane, and Janie’s best friend, Nate. But Izzy can feel when her brother is in pain, and she knows he’s not really dead. So she, Cass, and Janie set out to discover what actually happened that day–and why the boys were on the plane.

The Sky Above Us by Natalie Lund

The Sky Above Us by Natalie Lund is a great mystery! Based around 3 friends trying to figure out what happened to their classmates.

How far would you go to find the truth? I love a good mystery book and this one is a page turner!

This mystery read brought me back to when I was a young adult! I do miss the past, being a kid and your biggest worry was school and everything surrounding that.

Both The Sky Above Us and The Seat Filler are different genres. If you need a little light romance and drama, you will enjoy The Seat Filler. Whatever type of read you crave, either book is a great read! 

If you’re looking for an exciting mystery, The Sky Above Us is it!

Mystery Suspense Novel

About All That Fall

When Emma Lawson, the youngest lead government ethics investigator in California’s capital, takes a day off to help her best friend, Kate, prepare for the opening of her new business, Rainbow Alley Preschool, the morning takes a shocking turn.

The school’s most high-profile enrollee–Vivian Lange, the governor’s granddaughter–is kidnapped, at the same time Kate’s teenage son, Luke, goes missing. Emma is quickly drawn to a web of clues that point toward sordid secrets and a cold-case murder in a shadow world of bigotry and hate.

Over a desperate and harrowing forty-eight hours, Emma races against the clock to solve the most important investigation of her life. But will she be in time to bring the child to safety and to stop a calculating killer whose plan threatens all that Emma holds dear?

All That Fall by Kris Calvin

The All That Fall by Kris Calvin is a page turner. If you are looking for suspense novels, this is the book for you! 

I love watching true crime and mystery suspense shows. It’s always so fascinating trying to figure out who did it. What happened and why it happened. 

All That Fall is perfect for those looking for a weekend read or something to break up the monotony of every day life. If you are looking for excitement, check out All That Fall

I am so excited to add The Seat Filler by Sariah Wilson, The Sky Above Us by Natalie Lund, and All That Fall by Kris Calvin to my collection. I now have them sitting proudly on my ever-growing book shelf in my living room. 

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