My Last Five 5 Star Reads

Everyone rates a little differently, but I have to LOVE it for a book to be a 5 star read. It doesn’t mean that the book is technically perfect, but rather I connect with the book. In other words, it is entirely subjective. What is a 5 star read for me may just be a 3 star read for someone else. Everyone has different tastes. I love characters, the plot is undoubtedly essential, and I wouldn’t give a book 5 stars just based on characters, but it can take a 4 star read and push it to a 5 star.

Today I am sharing with you my last five 5 star reads. Looking at this list, these books have a lot in common, lots of romance and LGBTQ here representation here. I’ve read these books over the last three months, and you can see that most are newer releases, so if you are looking for a new book to read next check one of these out.


Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert

Brown Sisters # 3

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Full Review

be dazzeled

Be Dazzled by Ryan La Sala

Genre: YA Contemporary, LBGTQA+

Full Review

the ex talk

The Ex Talk by Rachel Lynn Solomon

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Full Review


Wolfsong by TJ Klune

Green River Book # 1

Genre: Paranormal, LGBTQA+

Full Review


The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune

Genre: Fantasy, LGBTQA+

Full Review

What were some of your latest 5 star reads? Do we have any of the same? You can see more of my 5 star reads here.

One thought on “My Last Five 5 Star Reads

  1. The only one of these I have read is The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune and it was definitely a 5 star read for me as well. I have a few 5 stars out there in various genres. I agree, our ratings are totally subjective. A 5 star cozy mystery to me, would not even get 3 stars from someone who prefers classics or literary fiction. My most recent 5 star book is The Restoration of Celia Fairchild by Marie Bostwick.

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