There were a few books that I read that did not fit into any of the categories of the challenge.
Unfinished Business--cute love story--although I might just use this as a "classic romance". Changing the meaning of Classic from "old" to "typical"--if that makes sense.
My Life Next Door--I keep picking out these young adult books...this one was a cute love story as well. I really liked it and can't wait to read the next book in this series.
Four Friends--This one was not a love story. I've read Robyn Carr before and enjoy her writing.
Now onto the challenge books.
I Don't Know What You Know Me From--"A funny book". Ok, I like Judy Greer and she is funny in most of her movies, but this book wasn't all that funny. She is quirky, but I think I literally LOL'd once throughout the book.
Dot Dead: A Silicon Valley Mystery--"A book that takes place in your hometown". Ok, technically I don't live in the city this takes place in, but I do live in the Silicon Valley and they mention my city a few times during the book. It was an interesting mystery (remember I love mysteries) and it had a love story (weird love story, but a love story none the less).
Bad Apple--"A book written by an author with your same initials". Ok, looking for this book, I realized most authors with the initials L.R. write smutty books! ha ha ha. I wasn't about to read and review that type of book here...luckily, I found Laura Ruby. This again was a young adult book. It was quite interesting and sad at the same time.
I know my reviews lack, but I don't really want to give too much away--I hate when I come across a review that kinda has spoilers...like I still wonder if I would have been in the same mind set if I hadn't come across the review of Mother, Mother on Instagram--but then again, I might not have read it if I didn't see the review--haha
Thank you for reading if you got this far!