December 2020 Reading Wrap-Up

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Happy January! Happy 2021! Starting off the new year with a new BookTube video with my December wrap-up. I had a great reading month, and seriously loved all the books that I read.

Click here to watch my new video, or keep scrolling to watch!

Books I read in December 2020:

Faking Under the Mistletoe by Ashley Shepherd – A fun, Christmassy story that also delves into sexual assault in the workplace and has the sweetest romance. 4/5 stars, full review here!

Ten Rules for Faking It by Sophie Sullivan – A brand new romance that has great anxiety representation, a sweet sweet romance, and will just make you feel good! 4.5/5 stars, full review here!

The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes – A young girl inherits billions from a man she never met, the games begin as she and the family try to figure out why. 4/5 stars, full review here!

10 Blind Days by Ashley Elston – A YA novel that will have you laughing and smiling nearly the whole time. After getting dumped, Sophie’s family sets her up on 10 blind dates! 5/5 stars.

How the King of Elfhame Learned to Hate Stories by Holly Black – book 3.5 in the Folk of the Aire series. I loved being back in this world, the illustrations were beautiful and I still love Cardan. 5/5 stars.

What did you read in December?

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