June Books

As always, I breezed through a grand stack of books this past month and I'm so excited to share them with you! As always, you may check out my past book review posts here, here, here, and here.

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The Body Book // Cameron Diaz
I LOVE these types of books and this book did not disappoint! I loved Cameron's approach to health, fitness, nutrition, and body image. Would highly recommend this book to all women! 

I Let You Go // Clare Mackintosh
This book was SO good! I breezed through this one fairly quickly because the suspense kept me on edge! I actually guessed the ending before I reached the last few chapters, but it was such a good book! I was so surprised by two chapters in the book -- definitely a winner if you like suspenseful books! 

The Husband's Secret // Liane Moriarty
I picked this book up on a whim after hearing so many positive reviews about Liane Moriarty's books. This was definitely one of those books where I was hooked from the very beginning! One thing I didn't enjoy was that the husband's "secret" was revealed halfway through the book -- I usually like to be surprised at the end, but it was still a really good read! 

All By Myself, Alone // Mary Higgins Clark
MHC has always been one of my favorite authors, so of course I enjoyed this book! Her suspenseful thrillers always keep me guessing and this cruise-ship based mystery was very entertaining! I actually read this one in less than 24 hours! 

French Lifestyle Books:
(I'm almost done with my list of French books so these will come to an end soon!)

French Twist // Catherine Crawford
This book was a winner and reminded me a lot of Bringing Up Bebe! Would highly recommend if you're interested in a French approach to parenting.

Ooo La La // Jamie Cat Callan
Wasn't really a fan of this book --  after reading a couple of her books, I've come to the conclusion that Jamie Cat Callan just isn't one of my favorite authors.

Bebe Day by Day // Pamela Druckerman
Loved this book and plan to purchase it once we start having kids -- it would be a great little reference book! 

French Kids Eat Everything // Karen Le Billon
I felt like this book didn't really capture my attention -- it felt like there was more "fluff" than content, if that makes sense.

Parisian Chic: A Style Guide // Ines de la Fressange
This book was boring and felt outdated -- wouldn't recommend it.

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