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April 2019 – Monthly Book Wrap Up

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Hello everyone!

I can’t believe we are in May already! In April, I read 9 books in total, and I was mostly pleasantly surprised with them. A great month for me, overall, with amazing books on the way. In the April monthly wrap up, you will see all the books I managed to read.

I have also continued with my Down The TBR Hole Tag and I am excited to see what progress I will make this year. Below are all four posts I did this month:

TBR Hole #26 🌟 TBR Hole #27 🌟TBR Hole #28 🌟 TBR Hole #29

Books I read:

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April’s Monthly Wrap Up

Undercover Princess by Connie Glynn – ★★★★

Even though Undercover Princess has great resemblance to The Princess Diaries and The Princess Protection Program, this book is unique in its own way, and the story is very different and positively surprising. I was in love with the characters and loved this book a lot. I will definitely be reading the second book of the series!

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Nemesis (#3) by Rory Clements – ★★

Nemesis is full of suspense from the very first chapter, and the thing I loved the most about it was that the chapters are quite short, and always leave you hanging, hungry to find out more. Every word that Rory Clements types had a meaning and a purpose in this book, and that was the bit I admired the most.

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Rachel’s Pudding Pantry by Caroline Roberts – ★★★★

A fast read that talks about family, love, grief and finding reasons to be happy! Rachel’s Pudding Pantry is a story about Rachel, who is a farmer in the modern world, living with her mum Jill and her little daughter Maisy. Rachel and her family has been dealing with a lot of grief in the last couple of years, and are struggling financially to keep the farm running.

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 Goodnight, Monster! by Chloe Sanders – ★★

A cute and cheeky bedtime story! I knew I was going to enjoy this little read as soon as I saw the cover and the little blurb. Goodnight, Monster! by Chloe Sanders is a story about Ben, who doesn’t want to go to bed, because there is a monster in his room.

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Nanny and the Beast by Georgia Le Carre – ★

The book features April, who is a nanny by profession. She goes for an interview in a Russian billionaire’s house for the nanny position. Yuri is a Russian billionaire who has a niece, Yulia, that hasn’t been speaking for a few months. When he sees April, he can’t resist her – which is why he doesn’t give her the job – it is too dangerous for her to stick around. But when destiny takes matters in her own hands, and April end up being Yulia’s nanny, they have to find a way to leave their fierce erotic needs aside and focus on the little girl’s happiness.

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The Recreators by Desiree Nordlund – ★★

I went into reading this book partially blind. The blurb doesn’t uncover much, and I was excited as to whether I would like it or not. The Recreators is a young-adult novel that happens in Medieval times and features characters who have God-like powers and are able to change a slight minimal portion of the world.

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The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris – ★★★★

A powerfully emotional book about the love, resilience and surviving through the worst possible circumstances. The Tattooist of Auschwitz is a true story of Lale, a Jew, who find himself trapped in a pool of uncertainty.

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Chat Love by Justine Faeth – Review to come

A story about Lucia, an Italian woman who keeps having terrible dates. When she follows her friend’s advice and decides to try Chat Love, an online dating service, things are becoming interesting.


Queenie Malone’s Paradise Hotel by Ruth Hogan – Review to come

Tilly’s childhood was shattered when her mother sent her away to a boarding school without an explanation. Now, Tilda, grown up, but still damaged by her mother’s unaccountable cruelty. When her mother dies, Tilda goes back to Brighton and with the help of her beloved Queenie sets about unravelling the mystery of her exile from The Paradise Hotel and discovers that her mother was not the woman she thought she knew at all.


How did your April go? How many books did you read? Let me know your April Monthly Wrap Up! I love reading your comments! 

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8 thoughts on “April 2019 – Monthly Book Wrap Up

  1. Great reading month. I read 9 books too which was my best month yet.
    Gemma @ Gemma’s Book Nook

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