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September 2021 Wrap Up

September was by far a better month that August was! I felt like I had so much more time to read and I enjoyed a lot of what I was reading as well. I read a lot of smaller sized books so while it my best month so far when it comes to number of books read, the same can’t be said for number of pages read.

In September, I read 57 books which equaled out to 11,868 pages. This equaled out to an average of 395.6 pages read each day. In the order in which I finished them, these are the books I read in September:

  1. 7th Circle by Tate James
  2. Anarchy by Tate James
  3. Club 22 by Tate James
  4. Timber by Tate James
  5. Adore You by Nichole Rose
  6. Voyeur by Candace Wondrak
  7. Storm the Castle by Jolie Vines
  8. Taken By Him by Measha Stone
  9. Games We Play by Dana Isaly
  10. The Truth About Stacy by Raina Telgemeier
  11. Voyeur by Fiona Cole
  12. The Fake Girlfriend Rules by Penny Wylder
  13. Bought by Lauren Landish and Willow Winters
  14. Sold by Lauren Landish and Willow Winters
  15. Owned by Lauren Landish and Willow Winters
  16. Given by Lauren Landish and Willow Winters
  17. Scorned Princess by Eva Chance and Harlow King
  18. Perilous Lady by Eva Chance and Harlow King
  19. Savage by Caitlyn Dare
  20. Sacrifice by Caitlyn Dare
  21. Sacred by Caitlyn Dare
  22. Heaven by Darcy Rose
  23. Revere by Siobhan Davis
  24. Broken Records by Bree Bennett
  25. The Ex-Boyfriend Agreement by Krista Wolf
  26. A Dance with the Fae Prince by Elise Kova
  27. Ruthless Crown by Amanda Richardson
  28. Ruthless Queen by Amanda Richardson
  29. His Pretty Toy by Shanna Handel
  30. The Game by L.P. Lovell
  31. Founded on Goodbye by Kat Singleton
  32. Her Dragon Daddy by Roxie Ray
  33. Her Dragon Protector by Roxie Ray
  34. Her Dragon Lover by Roxie Ray
  35. Her Dragon Hero by Roxie Ray
  36. Her Dragon Destiny by Roxie Ray
  37. Her Dragon Rebel by Roxie Ray
  38. My Father’s Rival by Fiona Davenport
  39. Link by Fiona Davenport
  40. Dom by Fiona Davenport
  41. Cocky Jock Wolf by Aidy Award
  42. Dax by Fiona Davenport
  43. Nova by Fiona Davenport
  44. Hack by Fiona Davenport
  45. Patriot by Fiona Davenport
  46. Breaker by Fiona Davenport
  47. Rider by Fiona Davenport
  48. Curvy Temptation by C.L. Cruz and Liz Fox
  49. Curvy Hunger by C.L. Cruz and Liz Fox
  50. Curvy Attraction by C.L. Cruz and Liz Fox
  51. Dirty by Tory Baker
  52. Virile by Hope Ford
  53. Shifting Gears by Karla Dove
  54. King’s Captive by Piper Stone
  55. Lucifer’s Bride by Skye Wilson and Roxie Ray
  56. Lakesedge by Lyndall Clipstone
  57. I’m Dreaming of a Wyatt Christmas by Tiffany Schmidt

Of the 57 books I read in September, 48 of them were part of a series (84.2%), 5 were standalones (8.8%), and 4 were a reread (7%).

When it comes down to intended audience for the books I read, 1 of them was a middle grade book (1.8%), 2 of them were young adult books (3.5%) and 54 of them were adult books (94.7%).

Surprisingly, I had more three star reads during this month compared to what I usually have as my majority! I had 7 two star book, 27 three star books, 21 four star books, and 2 five star books. Of my five star reads, my absolute favorites of the month was Lakesedge by Lyndall Clipstone.

I’ve still decided that my goal to read more of what I already owned is something I’m not worrying about this year, but I still like to look at where the books I’m reading are coming from.

  • Library Digital: 2 (3.5%)
  • Other: 1 (1.8%)
  • Edelweiss: 1 (1.8%)
  • Kindle Unlimited: 53 (93%)

Lastly, I like to look at genres.

  • Contemporary: 47 (82.5%)
  • Fantasy: 2 (3.5%)
  • Paranormal: 8 (14%)

What did you read in September? What was your favorite book?

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