I am one who lives for books. I can read all day, every day. If you're looking for a book to read, then you have come to the right place. Within each point, I have my review of the book. So without further ado, three books to read this season.

Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick

Hush, Hush was by far one of the best books I have ever read. It was thrilling, it was magical, and it kept me on the edge of my seat. This is the kind of book you do not want to miss. Upon first meeting patch, I didn't know his story, and I wasn't sure if I wanted to. He was quiet, mysterious, and a jerk, but totally swoon-worthy. i'm not going to lie, I wanted him to be real. He needs to be real. Anywho, I wasn't sure what the relationship between Patch and Nora would be. They were a perfect match, but they didn't know it yet. Well, Patch might have, but Nora didn't. I liked the development of characters. Their existence kept me guessing on what would happen next. I was so into it, I texted my friend, who suggested Hush, Hush to me, every theory i had and she probably hated me after that. But this book was definitely a good read.

The Fill-In Boyfriend by Kasie West

I am going to start this off and be completely honest. I wasn't sure how I was going to like the book. In fact, I cringed in the beginning. But once I got to know the characters a little more, i started to really like it. I kid you not, I read this in a day. That rarely ever happens anymore. The further I got into it, the more I was shipping the two characters "fill-in Bradley" (you don't learn his name until chapter twelve, which I made guess the whole thing a little more real in a way) and Gia. They were actually really cute and you could immediately see her feelings for this mysterious nameless man. Yet, she had a few personality traits to work out. She was a total snob in the beginning, but turned into a majorly different person in the end and I enjoyed that aspect. I did not enjoy, however, Gia's friends. They were all rude and the thing with Jules, one of the friends, was just annoying, yet it created tension and I could feel the character's annoyance. There was one point near the end where I teared up. When I finished it, I was sad to learn that there is not a second book. Either that or i did not successfully find it.

Traveler by L. E. DeLano

I will say that I ultimately chose this book for several reasons: The description was really cool, the cover really caught my eye, and this saw this book on the website Swoon Reads, which is I website I absolutely love. I instantly fell in love with characters. Jessa was really relatable. Finn was really cool too and I found his character to be really enjoyable. The concept of the book was absolutely incredible. L. E. DeLano really put her imagination into this and it left me thinking "What if I truly did live different lives in my dreams?" And that is what put the book into perspective to me and helped me imagine what Jessa was going through.
I really could not put the book down. I found myself reading for hours yesterday and today (I finished the book today, August 23, 2017). Ultimately, I would recommend this book to anyone. The ending made me super curious for the next book. I can't wait until the second book.