Sugar Lump – Megan Gaudino
Seventeen-year-old travel blogger CC is stuck on a never-ending road trip with her wanderlust-addicted father. When her dad lands the job of his dreams in Sugar Lump—wedding capital of the world—CC finally finds a place to call home. Complete with two quirky best friends and a quixotic guy to crush on, Sugar Lump is more shades of perfect than she can possibly count.
But when CC accidentally overhears the mayor complaining that she has to “take out” a rogue employee for not fulfilling the terms of his contract, the idyllic town’s facade crumbles. Devastated by the possibility of having to move yet again, CC discovers everyone has been keeping a massive secret from her—including her own father.
I was sent a ebook copy of this book in exchange for an honest review on behalf of the publisher. Review rating – 3 Stars (Goodreads)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
– Roald Dahl
Charlie and the Chocolate factory needs no introduction and I’m not going to waste time by reviewing a book that is so well known. I’ve lost count the amount of times I’ve read it now.
May was a terrible reading month. Life seems to have gotten in the way. June probably isn’t going to be much better as I’m writing a new book and finishing edits on A Pair of Pears for when I re-publish it over the summer.
– but more on that soon.