The books I read in April 2022 were all over the map. From ARCs of contemporary romance to darker fantasy sequels to a few hugely hyped bestsellers and more!
I went off-script right at the beginning of the month when NetGalley offered The Hookup Plan as a “read now” for April 1-3. Normally, I don’t stray much from my TBR and I save additional reads for the end of the month, but this was a must! It wound up setting the tone for the rest of the month because I added seven books that weren’t initially on my TBR for April (One Night With You, The Wonderland Trials, The Iron Queen, Delilah Green Doesn’t Care, This Might Get Awkward, Ninth House, and A Shadow in the Ember) and I also pushed three of my planned titles into May (Insurgent, Starsight, and The Art of Prophecy).
Overall, I read twenty books during the month of April. This was surprising to me, especially because of my vacation to Florida and the fact that I chose several very slow books to read throughout the month. However, I found several new favorites, which I’m super excited about! Keep on reading to see what I thought about the books I picked up during April!