It's a bit late but here is a roundup of what I read in June. There is not much to write as I disappointingly only managed to read two books but I suppose two books is better than none and it all adds towards my 50 book target!
Hopefully I can bridge the gap in July and August as I will have 6 weeks of free time (when I am not entertaining the kids) to catch up on reading, and to motivate myself I have purchased 15 new books which are all sitting on my bedside cabinet waiting for me to get stuck into!
No bra required is a romantic tale of love and betrayal written in a lighthearted and humorous way. The story is about Lucy Meadows who is heartbroken after discovering her husband has been having it away with a work colleague but after getting away from the turmoil and moving on will she be burned by yet another cheating partner?
This was a really enjoyable story and I loved how the plot seemed to jump around and leave the reader wondering what was going to happen next.
Angelita decides to escape her company and family problems by heading to the mountains of North Carolina for a short retreat staying in a log cabin, she has no idea the impact that she will have on the lives of the local residents or indeed how one particular residents charms will win her over. Will she choose to stay in the idyllic surroundings of a small town where she seems to have made a new best friend or go back and face her estranged father who seems set on taking over her business?
When I saw the cover of this book I assumed it would be set in an English countryside but was surprised as I started reading that it was about a shoe designer from Atlanta, America. It had a very simple storyline with not much surprise and the main characters relationship seemed to develop super quick. Was a pleasant read and I may try another book by the author in the future.