2022 Book List

I started keeping track of my reading a couple years ago and find it helpful to be able to look back at my list. As I finish each book, I share it and a mini review in real-time on my Instagram Stories and I also keep an updated list here.

If you’re interested in my previous lists, you can find them here: 2020 Book List and 2021 Book List. Feel free to bookmark this page, as I will keep it updated as I finish each book. I’ll also stick a link to this post over on the right sidebar for easy access.

Here are the books I’ve read so far in 2022:

Book #, Information & Link Mini Book Review
Book #1 of 2022:
The Woman Who Met Her Match by Fiona Gibson
This one was quite a slog Women in mid-40’s looks for love and deals with a dead-end career. I didn’t love the main character and the happy ending was kind of lame.
Book #2 of 2022:
Heart & Seoul by Jen Frederick
After her father dies, a Korean adoptee impulsively decides to visit Korea. Which turns into her meeting new friends, tracking down family and falling in love. Beautiful book, but the bittersweet ending was not what I was hoping for. BUT, I just saw the sequel is coming out on January 25th… so maybe I’ll get my happy ending after all!
Book #3 of 2022:
Fable (Fable 1) by Adrienne Young
An action packed pirate tale with complex characters and a strong female lead. From the first chapter, I was rooting for Fable to succeed. I inhaled the entire book and the story will conclude in the sequel which is thankfully already out!
Book #4 of 2022:
Namesake (Fable 2), by Adrienne Young
The second and final book in the Fable series. Absolutely beautiful writing with more danger, deception and betrayal. All the story pieces come together in the finale and I highly recommend this book (and the series) for all adventure lovers!
Book #5 of 2022:
The Complete Mediterranean Cookbook by American Test Kitchen
A really good overview of the benefits of a Mediterranean diet followed by over 400 pages of recipes. So. Many. Recipes. It’s almost overwhelming, but I’m going to pick a couple to start with.
Book #6 02 2022:
Black Water Sister by Zen Cho
You guys. This book was really weird. The main character was haunted by the ghost of her grandmother and then another god/ghost joins in. There is a gangster boss and she gets possessed and just all kinds of what-the-hell-is-happening-now going on.
Book #7 of 2022:
Deconstructed by Liz Talley
Cricket finds out her husband has been cheating on her and decides to make him pay. The book was building and building and building to the end and I am absolutely a reader who enjoys a cheating asshole getting his comeuppance. Highly recommend!
Book #8 of 2022:
Dear Highlights by Christine French Cully
I loved Highlights magazine when I was a kid, so I picked this up with those warm-fuzzies in mind. Unfortunately, this was more of a Q&A advice book of kid questions and adult answers and it was very, very boring.
Book #9 of 2022:
Open Book by Jessica Simpson
I was never a big Jessica Simpson fan and really didn’t know a lot about her other than what the media said. Holy crap this memoir is fantastic! So much depth and humor and behind the scenes stories. I was rooting for her the whole way. I’m so happy she made it out the other side of fame and is happy and healthy! And, I’d totally be her friend.
Book #10 of 2022:
Take the Lead by Jessica Simpson
After reading Open Book, I saw that this essay/short story was available on Kindle Unlimited. A short and sweet look into Jessica’s life as a mom during a pandemic. Encouragements for growth and letting go. A great addition to her main book if you enjoyed it!
Book #11 of 2022:
Marriage is Murder (Witches of Keyhole Lake 15) by Tegan Maher
Another fun murder mystery for book 15 of this series. This is one of those series that you can just pick up every so often to slot them in between different books and it’s super easy to pick up where you left off!
Book #12 of 2022:
Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris
I feel like everyone just raves about David Sedaris. And I really wanted to love this series of essays… but I hated them. I found them tedious and not funny at all. I’m sorry to all the Sedaris lovers, but apparently he’s not my cup of tea!
Book #13 of 2022:
The Madwoman and the Roomba by Sandra Tsing Loh
Another book of short comedic essays. It has some highs. It had some lows. I don’t think I laughed out loud once. Meh.
Book #14 of 2022:
A Kingdom of Ruin (Deliciously Dark Fairy Tales 3) by K.F. Breene
The third in the series and holy moly this one was a thrilling ride. I couldn’t put it down it was soooo good. And now I’m sad that I have to wait until May for the 4th book that will wrap up the series.
Book #15 of 2022:
Seoulmates by Jen Frederick
The much-needed sequel to Heart and Seoul (Book #2 above). I loved looking at the Korean culture though an adoptee’s eyes. The love story was good, but the family story was better.
Book #16 of 2022:
The Upside of Falling by Alex Light
A fun YA read about a bookworm and a jock. They start “fake dating” as a way to keep the peace with their messy families… but we all know how that goes. Super sweet young love! (Free on Kindle Unlimited)
Book #17 of 2022:
Eat Sleep Work Repeat by Bruce Daisley
This book claims to have 30 hacks for bringing joy to your job (not that I don’t love my job). My favorite tips: turn off your notifications, be sure to go to lunch and get a good night’s sleep.
Book #18 of 2022:
The Astronaut and the Star by Jen Comfort
The beginning and middle was like ever meh romance out there… but the end was really great! I loved the side character of Katya who is basically Yelena from Black Widow.
Book #19 of 2022:
Living Your Best Life by Maxine Morrey
I love this author and read this book in a day. Honestly the story line was super predictable and there were no surprises… BUT it was a fun journey anyway. Exactly the sort of light and fun read I needed today.
Book #20 of 2022:
As You Wish by Chelsea Sedoti
In this small town, on your 18th birthday your wish comes true. This YA book was so thoughtful and thought provoking and bittersweet.
Book 21 of 2022:
The Spellman Files by Lisa Lutz
A dysfunctional family of PI’s and their adventures. Weird pacing of the book, but I really liked it overall. Apparently this is a series of 6 but only the first is free on Kindle Unlimited… so as much as I’d like to read more, I’m not fully committed to paying full price.
Book #22 of 2022:
Shit, Actually by Lindy West
If you like trash talking movie plot holes… this is the perfect book for you. Most hilarious chapters were the ones on Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone, The Santa Clause, and Twilight. And Terminator 2. And Titanic.
Book #23 of 2022:
Satisfaction Guaranteed by Karelia Stetz-Waters
Uptight Cade inherits a sex toy store with free spirit Selena. Thrown together becomes friendship becomes love (of course). A sweet romance with a little spice. A very sex-positive woman and woman romance.
Book #24 of 2022:
Nothing to See Here by Kevin Wilson
Lillian is recruited to take care of her high school friend’s stepchildren. Who happen to combust into flames when they get agitated. The story was strange and the plot meandered. I wasn’t sure where it was going to end up but it was a fun journey.
Book #25 of 2022:
The Road Trip by Beth O’Leary
Two years after their breakup, Dylan and Addie are thrown together on a road trip to a mutual friend’s wedding. The story flips between now and when they were together and back. Fantastic story with lots of surprises and a happy ending that feels earned.
Book #26 of 2022:
Changeling by Molly Harper (Sorcery &
Society book 1)
One of my social media friends recommended this series for me since I love Harry Potter and other supernatural books (See comment below on post by Susan. Thanks Susan!!). To say I love it is an understatement! Even better, it’s free to download on Hoopla. A fabulous YA magic novel which has the feeling of Harry Potter, The Paper Magician and Newt Scamander.
Book #27 of 2022:
Fledgling by Molly Harper (Sorcery & Society book 2)
The second in the Sorcery and Society series. I am IN LOVE with this series! The second book was as wonderful as the first and so much happened that I can’t wait to start the third! Highly recommend for magic lovers!
Book #28 of 2022:
Calling by Molly Harper (Sorcery & Society book 3)
The third and final book in the Sorcery and Society series. A thrilling, exciting, fantastic end to the series. A perfect ending, but still I wish there was more. If you haven’t added the series to your list yet, do it now!! (And all 3 books are free to borrow on Hoopla)
Book #29 of 2022:
The Wreckage of My Presence by Casey Wilson
A mix of funny and touching essays from Casey Wilson (actress, comedian, etc). Some essays were better than others, but all in all an entertaining read.
Book #30 of 2022:
The Guncle by Steven Rowley
Patrick, an eccentric partially-retired television star, takes in his niece and nephew for the summer. All of them are slowly working through grief — the children have recently lost their mother, their father is in rehab and Patrick lost his boyfriend a few years ago and recently his close friend. The characters were all so colorful and the story was full of heart. I enjoyed this book even more than I hoped. Highly recommend!
Book #31 of 2022:
Survival of the Thickest by Michelle Buteau
A book of short stories from a comedian I don’t know. It was okay, but not very funny. I gave up about halfway through because it wasn’t worth wasting my time to finish it.
Book #32 of 2022:
The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner
A secret apothecary shop caters to women who need poisons to use against men who have wronged them. Three women’s stories intermingle together — two are set in eighteenth century London and the third is set in modern times. This starts as a slow-burning interconnected mystery by the end it builds to a full thriller with a satisfying ending. I loved this story and highly recommend it! (Currently free on hoopla)
Book #33 of 2022:
Meet Me in the Margins by Melissa Ferguson
Savannah works at a publishing house by day, but is writing her own book at night. Through a series of events, her manuscript is found in her secret spot and a mystery person edits it. This RomCom is fabulous with twists and turns and certainly puts a smile on your face. It’s totally feel-good reading and I enjoyed it! (Currently free on hoopla)
Book #34 of 2022:
The Guest List by Lucy Foley
On an island off the coast of Ireland, guests gather to celebrate a wedding… but before the end of the weekend, there is a dead body. Holy moly this book was absolutely riveting. You know by the first chapter that someone is dead… but as the book builds it’s like a pressure cooker of ‘who done it’ and why. I could NOT put this book down and the ending was thrilling. (Currently free on hoopla)
Book #35 of 2022:
Fix Her Up by Tessa Bailey (Hot and Hammered series 1)
Georgie is a birthday party clown, but she’s sick and tired of her family not taking her seriously as a grown woman. Travis Ford was a Major League Baseball player when an injury ended his career. This steamy RomCom is a ‘fake dating turns to real dating’ situation and hot, hot, hot. Is it perfect? Nope. But it was an entertaining read and I’ll check out the next in the series. (I realized I read second book in this series in 2020, but I’m going to re-read it now that I have the first book in my brain).
Book #36 of 2022:
Love Her or Lose Her by Tessa Bailey (Hot and Hammered series 2)
Rosie and Dominic Vega were the perfect couple: high school sweethearts, best friends, madly in love. But now, 10 years later they are at last-ditch therapy to save their marriage. This one was a re-read for me, now that I’ve started this series from the beginning. I really like the story and how the characters grew and wowza was it spicy in parts!
Book #37 of 2022:
Tools of Engagement by Tessa Bailey (Hot and Hammered series 3)
HGTV meets romance in this last book in the Hot and Hammered series. There is a house flipping competition and an opposites attract love story and we also revisit the characters from the last 2 books. It works as a fun stand-alone story and also wraps up everything for the series. And some super hot sexy scenes too just for fun.
Book #38 of 2022:
The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel
A pretty quick read and very fascinating look at why we think about money and savings the way we do. Worthwhile to read for free on Hoopla. You know, to save you money. {wink}
Book #39 of 2022:
A Queen of Ruin (Deliciously Dark Fairytales 4) by K.F Breene
The last book in the series and it was certainly the grand finale! Another fantastic series from K. F. Breene (but VERY raunchy love scenes if that bothers you) and I loved the strong female lead and the hilarious side characters. I’m kind of sad it’s over!
Book 40 of 2022:
This Time for Me: A Memoir by Alexandra Billings
This amazing memoir tells the story of Scott who becomes Alexandra. She found her true love in high school, was a drag queen and prostitute, a transgender actress on an award winning show and a Broadway star. She’s been living with AIDS since 1995 and has watched many of her friends die from it over the years. This memoir was eye opening and hard to read at times, but I cheered for Alex the whole way through.
Book 41 of 2022:
The Secret, Book & Scone Society by Ellery Adams (Secret Society Book 1)
Four women of Miracle Springs have their secrets, but they decide to tentatively trust each other when there is a murder in their quiet town. I loved the twisting tale of this book and absolutely want a comfort scone of my own. A fun who-done-it with strong friendship ties too. Free on Hoopla!
Book 42 of 2022:
The Whispered Word by Ellery Adams (Secret Society Book 2)
The second in the series and another fun who-done-it mystery. I love the growing friendships of the four main characters and how they are always supporting each other. A perfect comfort read. Even with the murder.
Book 43 of 2022:
It Happened One Summer by Tessa Bailey (Book 1 of series)
The author confesses that the character of Piper is based on Alexis Rose from Schitt’s Creek and she wanted to give her a happily ever after. I loved it. I loved the love story. I loved the growth of the party girl. I loved the sisterly bond. A perfect light read (and currently free on Hoopla)
Book 44 of 2022:
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
This one popped up free on Hoopla so I decided to give it a try. It is a beautiful fable about following your dream and persevering by listening to your heart. The importance of recognizing opportunities and following them. And not giving up when something shiny and distracting comes your way. I very much enjoyed this and feel like a re-read every few years would lead to additional insights about the book and myself.
Book 45 of 2022:
The Book of Candlelight by Ellery Adams (Secret Society Book 3)
Another cozy mystery with my new favorite group of ladies. If you haven’t already started this series yet, give it a try because it is becoming a total comfort read for me. (Series free on Hoopla and also included for free with Kindle Unlimited)
Book 46 of 2022:
Ink and Shadows by Ellery Adams (Secret Society Book 4)
Book 4 of 5 in the series and I’ll be sad to see it end. I’ve fallen in love with the people of Miracle Springs but I am concerned about the number of murders in their small town.
Book #47 of 2022:
The Vanishing Type by Ellery Adams (Secret Society Book 5)
The last book in this beautiful series and it was just as wonderful as the previous four. Another fun who-done-it and a great wrap up of the ongoing story lines!
Book #48 of 2022:
Hook, Line and Sinker by Tessa Bailey (Book 2 of series)
The sequel to ‘It Happened One Summer’ (Book #43 of 2022) and this time we get to read the sister’s story. This one centers around a former player who falls for his best friend. I loved the growth of the relationship and I actually teared up at the ending. Great closure for both sisters! And hot, hot, hot!
Book #49 of 2022:
Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller
A 17-year old pirate captain intentionally allows herself to get captured by enemy pirates in this suspenseful read. There was scheming and fighting and a little romance too. When I read the last page I actually yelled out “WHAT?!” and thankfully immediately realized the second and final book is already out and ready for me to read it!
Book #50 of 2022:
Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller
The finale to the first book (Daughter of the Pirate King) and HOLY WOW I couldn’t put it down for the lats 45 minutes. This entire book (actually both books) was phenomenal. Highly Recommend! {I just saw that a third book in the series will be out in November and it is absolutely on my TBR list!}
Book 51 of 2022:
The XY by Virginia Bergin
In River’s world, XYs are a relic of the past, along with things like war and violence. Then one day, she comes across a boy laying hurt in the road. I really thought the premise had promise but OHMYGOD was this book terrible. Terrible Writing. Terrible Pacing. I skipped through chapters at the end it was so bad. Do not recommend.
Book 52 of 2022:
Twice Shy by Sarah Hogle
Maybell Parrish inherits a dilapidated old mansion, shared equally with the groundskeeper. A shy and awkward love story. The two main characters grow on your slowly and by the end I was cheering for their happy ending!
Book #53 of 2022:
Daughter of Deep Silence by Carrie Ryan
In the wake of the devastating destruction of luxury yacht Persephone, just three souls remain to tell its story — and two of them are lying. In this revenge thriller, one of the survivors is looking for the truth and has planned meticulously how to find it. This book had Gone Girl and Revenge vibes and the end was very satisfying.
Book #54 of 2022:
Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers (Book 1 of His Fair Assassin trilogy)
Set in 1485, seventeen-year-old Ismae escapes an arranged marriage into the convent of St. Mortain. That is where she learns that the god of Death Himself has blessed her with dangerous gifts and she will be trained as an assassin. I’m not a huge fan of period pieces, so it took me awhile to warm up to this one. However, bu the end this world has thoroughly sucked me in and I’ll be moving on to the second in the “His Fair Assassin” Trilogy.
Book #55 of 2022:
The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning by Margareta Magnusson
In Sweden there is a kind of decluttering called döstädning, dö meaning “death” and städning meaning “cleaning.” This process of clearing out unnecessary belongings can be undertaken at any age or life stage but should be done sooner than later, before others have to do it for you. This book was a quick read and so inspiring. If you need a little nudge to start cleaning and organizing your home — it’s the perfect kick in the pants. (I borrowed it free from the Overdrive library, so check there first!)
Book #56 of 2022:
Dark Triumph by Robin LaFevers (Book 2 of His Fair Assassin trilogy)
The second in the trilogy and this one was the story of Sybella. This was a really difficult story to read in some places but a very satisfying story as well. Good for lovers of intrigue and historical drama.
Book #57 of 2022:
Mortal Heart by Robin LaFevers (Book 3 of His Fair Assassin trilogy)
The conclusion of the His Fair Assassin trilogy centers on Annith, who has escaped from the convent to seek her own destiny. A very satisfying end to the series, as it ties up many of the ongoing story lines. Still not a big historical fiction fan, but I did enjoy these books!
Book #58 of 2022:
You Can’t Be Serious by Kal Penn
This memoir is a series of funny, consequential, awkward, and ridiculous stories from Kal Penn. Everything from growing up, confronting racism in Hollywood, meeting his future husband, and working in the Obama administration. Loved the book!
Book #59 of 2022:
The Storyteller by Dave Grohl
I’ve had a bit of a crush on Dave Grohl for years, so when this one came up on Overdrive at the library I dove right in! It’s not a full autobiography, but true to the title, a series of stories of growing up, his first bands, his time with Nirvana, the Foo Fighters, and his various super band projects. It was a compelling read and he has such a smart and honest voice.
Book #60 of 2022:
Anxious People by Fredrik Backman
A failed bank robbery turns into a hostage situation at a real estate open house. I thought the idea has promise, but just could not get past the rambling writing style and the jumpy chapters. I couldn’t get into this, so I deleted it off my kindle and moved on.
Book #61 of 2022:
Under the Whispering Door by T.J. Klune
When a reaper comes to collect Wallace from his own funeral, Wallace begins to suspect he might be dead. But even in death, he’s not ready to abandon the life he barely lived. I loved this book so much. I loved the characters and the way Wallace grew from a heartless asshole to someone you love.
Book #62 of 2022:
The Sinful Lives of Trophy Wives by Kristin Miller
A murder mystery with backstabbing as the cherry on top. All in all, I did not love this one. There were way too many plot holes. Rather than being open ended to leave you thinking, it just felt like lazy writing.
Book #63 of 2022:
A Thousand Miles by Bridget Morrissey
Dee and Ben were friends in high school before it all blew up. After a decade of silence, they reunite for a road trip they once promised to take. You guys. This romantic love story is everything I want in a novel. Multifaceted characters, an actual slow burn, really knowing and loving each other. And a big 80’s movie moment at the end. Add this to your TBR list immediately for when you need a good comfort read!
Book#64 of 2022:
You Deserve Each Other by Sarah Hogle
Naomi and Nicholas are engaged to be married in a matter of months… but they basically hate each other. And I HATED this book because they were so mean and toxic and should have just broken up already. But then, things started turning around. Instead of enemies to lovers, it was lovers to enemies to lovers. Altogether an unexpected job of reminding you not to take your partner for granted.
Book #65 of 2022:
You’re on an Airplane by Parker Posey
A memoir as if you happened to sit next to Parker Posey on an airplane. It is rambling and jumps from story to story and super boring and I hated it.
Book #66 of 2022:
So You Had to Build a Time Machine by Jason Offutt
One day an annoying theoretical physicist named Dave pops into the seat next to Skid at her least favorite Kansas City bar and disappears into thin air when she punches him. This starts off a crazy road-trip to save the world while stomping through a bunch of really weird metaverses. It was weird and unexpected and pretty darn fun. Except when one version of a person watched another version of himself slowly get eaten by a 6-foot praying mantis in a lab coat. That was weird and gross.
Book #67 of 2022:
24 Hours in Paris by Romi Moondi
Mira and Jake barely know each other from work, but when they are ‘stuck’ in Paris for an extra 24 hours after a business trip they decide to explore it together. Such a wonderful book that makes me want to book a trip to Paris and eat all the carbs.
Book#68 of 2022:
Dream On by Angie Hockman
When law grad Cass Walker wakes up after surviving a car accident, she is flooded with memories of a man named Devin. The only problem? Devin doesn’t exist. So when she happens upon the real Devin a year later in a Cleveland flower shop, she’s completely shocked. This was a fun read that had a really cool premise. There was one “twist” you could totally see from a mile away, but all in all a sweet romance.
Book 69 of 2022:
Beach Read by Emily Henry
A romance writer who no longer believes in love and a literary writer stuck in a rut engage in a summer-long challenge that may just upend everything they believe about happily ever afters. A perfect on-the-plane read and totally worth airport pricing for this absolute gem of a book. Highly recommend!
Book #70 of 2022:
Shipped by Angie Hockman
A workaholic marketing manager is forced to go on a cruise with her arch-nemesis when they’re up for the same promotion. You guys, this book was SO GOOD! Driven, hard-working female lead, swoon worthy love interest, supportive sister and scummy boss who will totally get his comeuppance. I loved it even more than the author’s other book, “Dream On” (Book #68 of 2022). Highly recommend!
Book #71 of 2022:
All Fired Up by Dylan Newton
A second chance, opposites attract, small-town romantic comedy. To be honest, the man was a little too perfect and the lady was kind of wishy-washy and selfish… but all in all a nice, fun read. I don’t regret it, but didn’t love it.
Book #72 of 2022:
I Want to Be Where the Normal People Are by Rachel Bloom
I’ve loved Rachel Bloom since Crazy Ex Girlfriend and this book of her essays was a super fun read. I kind of wish it was longer though and went more into the behind-the-scenes of her show. However, if you’re a fan of the show, I recommend reading this.
Book #73 of 2022:
Out of the Blue by Alison Bliss
Plus sized girl starts working out at a gym and falls in love with her personal trainer. This book is awful. I couldn’t even get halfway through it because the writer was so bad. It’s written like fan fiction by a 14-year-old. So. So. Bad.
Book #74 of 2022:
Anatomy: A Love Story by Dana Schwartz
Set in the 1800’s, Hazel Sinnett is a lady who wants to be a surgeon more than she wants to marry. Jack Currer is a resurrection man who’s just trying to survive in a city where it’s too easy to die. After Hazel gets kicked out of the Anatomist’s Society for being the wrong gender, she finds she needs a resurrection man to provide her with bodies so she can continue learning. This is technically YA but oh my gosh it was riveting! I loved the book and was so happy to see that a sequel will be coming out in February!
Book #75 of 2022:
The Wedding Season by Katy Birchall
The day before Freya’s wedding to Matthew, he dumps her. Humiliated and heartbroken, the last thing she wants is to attend a summer of other peoples’ nuptials after hers imploded. When her best friends devise a series of outrageous challenges for Freya to complete at each event during Wedding Season, she figures why not since it will help distract her from Matthew and what might have been. This book was so, so, so fantastic. The friendships, the ridiculous situations she gets herself into… it’s just so good. Highly recommend to lovers of friendship, silliness and romance!
Book #76 of 2022:
Go Hex Yourself by Jessica Clare
When Reggie Johnson answers a job ad in the paper, she’s astonished to find that she’s not applying to work at her favorite card game, Spellcraft: The Magicking. Instead, she’s applying to be an actual familiar for an actual witch. As in, real magic. This was a fun and very spicy read with a sunshiny female lead and a grumpy love interest. I’m shocked it’s not a series given the world-building and opportunity for more stories!
Book #77 of 2022:
In a Perfect World by Trish Doller
Caroline is excited to be spending her summer vacation working at the local amusement park before starting her senior year of high school. But when her mother is hired to open an eye clinic in Cairo, Egypt, Caroline’s plans are upended. She is now expected to spend her summer and her senior year in a foreign country, away from her friends, her home, and everything she’s ever known. This book was like jumping into a pool that is
Egypt. The language, the people, the history — I loved how immersive it was. A beautiful YA read about falling in love and growing up.
Book #78 of 2022:…Coming soon…

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2 thoughts on “2022 Book List”

  1. I have a book series for you. Since you have enjoyed the Harry Potter series and some other supernatural type books. Check out the Sorcery and Society series by Molly Harper, starting with Changeling. It is technically a young adult novel, but it is just as entertaining for not as young adults (aka women in their 40s like me). I am currently on book 3 and it popped into my head that you (someone I do not know other than from reading your blog) might like this. 🙂

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