Books I read in December 2020

It is January 2021 and that means December is over. In December I started to read more books, which is amazing. And in this blog I want to share the books I read in December 2020. In December I read 3 books in total. Two of them were Christmas books and the other one was about ballet and has been on my TBR list for years.

Books I read in December

Tiny Pretty Things

Tiny Pretty things – Sona Charaipotra & Dhonielle Clayton

This book has been on my list for years but I didn’t read until December 2020. The reason for that was because Netflix was about to release the Tiny Pretty Things series and I wanted to read the book before I decided to watch the series. I think this book was my favourite in December. I never thought I would enjoy it this much since I am not really into ballet. But this book was amazing. A combination of Pretty Little Liars and Black Swan. I didn’t like the Tiny Pretty Things Netflix series, because it was so different and less bitchy. It was actually kind of boring.

The Twelve dogs of Christmas

The Twelve dogs of Christmas – Lizzie Shane

I am more a cat person but I still love dogs and this book sounded very cute. Because it involved dogs, I decided to read it. It was a cute read. Loved the characters and the storyline. Even though I thought Ben West was a little bit annoying because he didn’t listen to his heart.  The twelve dogs of Christmas was a cute book and perfect for the holidays since it takes place around Christmas.

Christmas at the comfort food cafe

Christmas at the comfort food cafe – Debbie Johnson

Becca Fletcher is still single and doesn’t want anything serious because of several reasons. She decides to visit her sister Laura, who we met in the first book, for Christmas. She meets Surfer Sam and there is a connection immediately. But there is a reason she doesn’t want to have a serious relationship with him. Sam is trying to find out what it is. What happened to Becca that Christmas night when she was just 17 years old?

What books did you read in December?



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