Tuesday, 24 March 2020

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It was all I could think of

The Girls with No Names by Serena Burdick 
I found it reeeeeally hard getting into this audiobook.

A Delicate Deception by Cat Sebastian 
I kept jumping to other books so in the end I gave up

The Pilot & the Puck-Up by Pippa Grant
She was strangely occupied from keeping her 26 year old sister from boinking, what was up with that?

I am so sad, it was a bit too much for me.

She was unlikable.
He was too much

22 comments:

  1. I need to get better at giving up on books that aren't working for me.

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  2. Why does she care if her 26 yr old sister is boinking? That would be strange and a little annoying. I just had a book I finally gave up and made a DNF: From Alaska With Love. Lured in by a cute cover only to be disappointed. *sigh*

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    1. I know right!!! It was so weird, all I have to protect her virtue! Srsly?

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  3. I haven't had a DNF in a while.

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  4. Bummer about Cat Sebastian's. I've always found her books to be light and happy reads.

    I can barely get into anything right now. I don't know if it's the book or my brain though.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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    1. I really do not know what my problem was...maybe the narrator

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  5. I haven't had any DNF for a bit...some close calls though that I just suffered through

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  6. I tend to give up on books when I keep wanting to jump around too. Who cares what her sister is doing...she's 26!

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    1. She was from a small town so that means she never did anything in that small town...LOL. Sure sis

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  7. That's what books you can't get into deserve.

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  8. I don't DNF, but so far this year there hasn't been any that I would if I did, so I call that win!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  9. I've gone a few months without a DNF, but it has been a close call a few times lately. Too bad about your little stack there, but better to stop and move on. :)

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    1. At least it was not big! Once a month is good

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  10. I get so much joy from your DNFs. I've not read that specific one from Pippa - I loved the ones around the girls in the rock band. But I listened to another one and it was okay.

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    1. Hehe.
      It could have been good if the main character had not been a raging vajay blocker

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