Anyone know where June is disappearing? Seriously though I feel this month has flown by hence why this post is a day late and so my likes and loves post will be too.

On the reading front I had hoped to read alot more but I kinda got sucked into wasting my time watching TikToks. I have however ticked off some prompts for the popsugar reading challenge.

The Woods by Harlan Coben 
I read this as i wanted to have read it before the show came out on Netflix on June 12th. It is actually my first Harlan Coben novel I have read and I will 100% be reading more of his books now. I definitely loved the book alot more than the Netflix series though. If you love crime/thriller reads or a fan of Harlan Coben but are yet to read this one you wont be disappointed. Oh and I used this one for the prompt by an author who has written more than 20 books.

The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang
Picked for the prompt a book about a women in STEM. I'd say it's a romance as well and was a steamy read so if you aren't into that then this isn't the book for you. It explores what it's like for somone with asperger's especially with relationships. It also features important topics such as consent, social anxiety etc..

After the end by Clare Mcintosh
If you are a fan of Clare Mackintosh than you probably know most of her books are thrillers. However after the end isn't but such an emotional read. Pip and Max are a strong couple but when there son gets sick and the Drs put the question of his survival in there hands they can't agree. Definitely one to read! I picked this for the prompt a book published for the month of your birth.

All the rage by Cara Hunter
I've read all of Cara Hunters books and absolutely love them. This one is another brilliant read from her. I do love the DI Adam Fawley series as every read has been so gripping with many twists and turns. Oh and this is for the prompt a book published in 2020.

A Fresh Start edited by Fanny Blake
A great selection of ten little stories by ten authors including Jojo Moyes and Mike Gayle. Used for the prompt an anthology.