Top Five Friday – Last Five Books On My Read Shelf

Happy Christmas to all! I hope you’re having an amazing Christmas so far and that you’ve got all that you wanted – hopefully lots of books! – and I  send all of you my love.

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Today may be Christmas day, but that’s not going to stop me from blogging. No sirree. This Top Five Friday is the last five books I added to my Goodreads as ‘read’, because I’ve read a lot of awesome books recently.

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1) ‘The Statistical Probability of Falling In Love’ – Jennifer E. Smith

This was a filler read, but it was still really cute and fluffy, and I loved it.

2) ‘One Direction Who We Are: The Official Autobiography.’

I devoured this autobiography – absolutely devoured it. I’m a huge 1D fan and this book was just a pleasure to read from start to finish.

3) ‘The School For Good And Evil’ – Soman Chainani.

Ugh. Never in my life have I read a book with such an awful character. I couldn’t even bring myself to finish this, I was so disgusted by it. I will NOT be picking up this book again in future.

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4) ‘Captive Prince Volume 1’ – C.S Pacat.

I’m a total junkie for Damen and Laurent now, and I’m not ashamed to say so. The book was lavish, and exquisite, and I loved the dynamics within the court. Which is why the next book I read was…

5) ‘Captive Prince Volume 2.’

I read both these books in the course of twenty-four hours, that’s how obsessed I am with them. I can’t wait for the third book to come out in 2016 – more gay princes!

What are your most recent books on your Goodreads ‘read’ shelves? Tell me so we can talk books!

Happy Christmas!!!

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