March 2015 Wrap Up

Another monthly wrap up! March is a good reading month considering that I was stressed and busy because of finals week. I managed to read 8 books + 1 graphic novel
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  1. A Christmas Carol Graphic Novel 3.5/5
  2. Cinder by Marissa Meyer 3.5/5 (REVIEW)
  3. All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven 4.5/5
  4. The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan 4/5
  5. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak 5/5
  6. Crooked by Laura and Tom McNeal 3/5 (REVIEW)
  7. Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard 2/5 (REVIEW)
  8. This Much Space by K. K. Hendin 4.5/5 (REVIEW)
  9. The Duff by Kody Keplinger 4/5 (REVIEW)

My favorite book from March would be The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. I’ve had the book for months but I only read it in March. Why?! It’s also a very special book because it was given to me by my uncle for my birthday last year. 🙂

As you can see I only read two books from my proposed March TBR. I don’t follow  my TBRs but I really want to follow my TBR this April.

What’s your favorite book from your March wrap up?

BOOK REVIEW: This Much Space (Twelve Beats in A Bar #2) by K. K. Hendin

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Twelve Beate in a Bar #2
K.K. Hendin
New Adult, Contemporary, Romance
March 14, 2015
eARC
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Olivia is Anna Wintour’s worst nightmare, and she doesn’t give a shit. She’s wanted to go into fashion design her whole life, and nothing is going to stop her fabulous plus sized self. Not even her boss from hell, or the fact that she’s the fat Cinderella of the most exclusive lingerie store in Bushwick, Ohio. She’s sworn off dating, because she is focused, dammit, and will not get distracted by anyone in college. She has shit to do and places to go, be it on her own with the clothing she makes, or with the girls in Twelve Beats In A Bar, the all-female a cappella group she’s part of.

Why do group projects always have to ruin everything?

Thierry Acosta has it all. Shortstop on Bushwick University’s baseball team, amazing grades in college, everything he could want. When he gets paired with Olivia for a group project, things are only getting better. And then his dad loses his job, and Thierry’s life falls apart. He can’t manage to get himself to practice, to class… anywhere. He’s got the scars on his wrists to prove that this has happened before, but he thought he was better. He thought he could deal with something like this. The cuts on his thighs say otherwise.

Before they know it, Olivia and Thierry's relationship has gone from casual project partners to not-so-casual more-than-friends. But when things take a turn for the worse, can they face the growing reality of a relationship that's become much more serious than either of them expected- or wanted?