September Book Haul + Wrap Up | 2016

September is already over?! That is so crazy. That means Autumn is a third done already!! I don’t want my favourite season to end! … If I could live in a world where the regions are categorized by the seasons, I would live on the brink of Autumn and Winter. Honestly. I’d totally do that. I might miss Spring, and even the warmth of Summer, but it’d be worth it. Anyway!

Here are the books I’ve gotten this month! A good majority of them are books that I’ve downloaded for free via BookBub, or by me just scouring the Kobo store.

  • The Soul’s Mark: FOUND (The Soul’s Mark, #1) by Ashely Stayanoff
  • Elite by Mercedes Lackey**
  • Empire of Storms by Sarah J Maas**
  • Ever Shade by Alexia Purdy
  • Honour Bound by Cora Reilly
  • Frosted Shadow by Nancy Warren
  • Magic of Thieves by C. Greenwood
  • Ancient Guardians: The Legacy of the Key by S.L. Morgan
  • White Heart by Sarah Dalton
  • Blood Faerie by India Drummond
  • Fledgling by Natasha Brown
  • Tall, Tatted, and Tempting by Tammy Falkner
  • If I Break by Portia Moore
  • Broken by K Webster
  • Fashionably Dead by Robyn Peterman
  • Breathless by Scott Prussing
  • Dragons Don’t Cry by D’Elen McClain
  • Finding Fire by Mallory Crowe
  • Tempted by the Jaguar by Cristina Rayne
  • Accepting the Jaguar by Cristina Rayne**
  • Rescued by the Wolf by Cristina Rayne**
  • Drowning Mermaids by Nadia Scrieva
  • Ever Shade by Alexia Purdy
  • Run by Patti Larsen
  • Beat by Amity Cross
  • Fight for Her by JJ Knight
  • Tattoo Thief by Heidi Joy Tretheway
  • Claiming His Fate by Ellis Leigh
  • Lux: Consequences (Opal & Origin) by Jennifer L. Armentrout**+
  • Red Riding Hood by Sarah Blakey Cartwright & David Leslie Johnson**+
  • More Than This by Patrick Ness**+
  • Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson**+
  • Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo**+
  • The Rose Society by Marie Lu**+

** = are the books I bought // + = physical books

I’m actually really excited for the books above. I’ve already read a few of the books that are on this list. And I bought Empire of Storms for my sister since she loves the story as well as I do, but doesn’t like reading thick physical books. Which I don’t hold against her, since the weight and just the look of a book sometimes can be incredibly intimidating.

I’ve managed to read 19 books this September! Holy crap! That’s so many books for just one month. The books I’ve read this month are:

  • Don’t Turn Around by Michelle Gagnon
  • Suffer Love by Ashley Herring Blake
  • Lessons from a Dead Girl by Jo Knowles
  • Shimmer by Paula Westion
  • Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff
  • After the Woods by Kim Savage
  • Tall, Tatted, And Tempting by Tammy Falkner
  • Tempting the Jaguar by Cristina Rayne
  • Accepting the Jaguar by Cristina Rayne
  • Broken by K. Webster
  • Winterkill by Kate A. Boorman
  • Finding Fire by Mallory Crowe
  • If I Break by Portia Moore
  • Touch of Frost by Jennifer Estep
  • Ever Shade by Alexia Purdy
  • Elite by Mercedes Lackey
  • Magic of Thieves by C. Greenwood
  • Claiming His Fate by Ellis Leigh
  • Not a Drop to Drink by Mindy McGinnis

I managed to re-read 2 books this month! Which I’m really happy about because being able to read a book and not want to review it is super awesome. When I don’t have to review a book, it means I have more time to do other things! Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy reviewing books. Not having to review every single thing I read however, is even better.

The two books I re-read this month were:

  • Hunter by Mercedes Lackey
  • Tempt by Ava Delaney

I’ve reviewed 10 books this month, and they are:

Other Miscellanious posts include:

This what my September looked like! What did you read in September? I’d love to know! — Thank you for checking in!

Happy Reading!

2 thoughts on “September Book Haul + Wrap Up | 2016

  1. thatgirlreads85 says:

    Wow! Congrats! I spent the whole month rereading A Court of Mist and Fury… I loved that I didn’t need to read it in a hurry. I found so many scenes that I missed the first time around. I also started Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop.


    • adeleisreading says:

      I need to re-read the ACOTAR series so I can review them!! But I don’t want to actually commit to doing so? The size of ACOMAF alone is very intimidating to try to re-read, lol. I want to re-read the series so badly though. — Ooh! Sounds interesting! 😀 I’d love to hear your thoughts on Murder of Crows when you’re finished the book.


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