March 2023 reading list – Which books are worth the read and which should you skip?
One of my 2023 goals is to read 50 books this year. Yes, it’s the same as last year and, yes, that’s okay. You can review a list of all the books I rate 5 stars in 2022.
1. It Happened One Summer by Tessa Bailey
Piper is a wild child and the paparazzi are always on her heels. She throws an out-of-control rooftop party and lands in jail. Her stepfather cuts her off and sends her to learn some responsibility running their late father’s dive bar in Washington. There she meets a big, bearded sea captain, Brendan, who thinks she won’t last a week outside of Beverly Hills. A love story begins.
2. All the Dangerous Things by Stacy Willingham
Isabelle’s life changed forever when her toddler, Mason, was taken out of his crib in the middle of the night while she and her husband were asleep in the next room. With little evidence the case quickly went cold. However, Isabelle cannot rest until he is returned to her.
3. How to Be Everything by Emilie Wapnick
How to Be Everything helps you channel your diverse passions and skills to work for you. Based on her popular TED talk, “Why some of us don’t have one true calling”, Emilie Wapnick flips the script on conventional career advice. I rated this book a 4 out of 5 because of the repetitive wording through some chapters.
I haven’t made reading a priority this year, but I wanted to get a shorter book finished. I ended up reading How to Be Everything in only three days to help boost my number, haha.
What’s on your reading list this month? Let me know in the comments below!
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