Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Books I'm Dying to Read: March Edition


With cooler weather, I'm looking forward to reading these books on the longer nights inside, maybe in front of the fire with some adult hot chocolate and a snuggling dog.

 
What You Always Wanted: High School theater romance
The Way I Used to be: Compared to Speak - debut novel
Tyranny of Petticoats: 15 Short Stories of girls who kick ass
Burning Glass: One girl can sense potential assassins and becomes very useful to the king
Lifeboat Clique: A party goes horribly wrong and now Denver is stuck in a boat with her ex-BFF


Map of Fates: Really Enjoyed Conspiracy of Us, looking forward to finding out more.
A Study in Charlotte: Descendants of Watson and Holmes framed for murder
Into the Dim: Time Traveler romance where she's trapped in the 12th century
The Girl Who Fell: Love isn't always fantastic - sometimes it hurts and it's wrong
In Real Life: Best friends meeting for the first time - what could possibly go wrong?
Leaving Season: Sounds like a heartbreaking love story


Girl in the Tower: Just read this - fantastic!
Classy Crooks Club: What happens when your grandmother's bridge club is a secretly a heist club?
Where You'll Find Me: Finding yourself in 8th grade isn't easy
Will Wilder: Excited about this Indiana Jones type book
Charmed: Loved the first book in this fairy tale series - can't wait to see how the battle shapes up
Isabel Feeney, Star Reporter: Middle Grace mystery set in the 1920s Chicago 


Nobody But You: Jacob returns to Cedar Ridge
Home on Apple Blossom Road: life in Icicle Falls proves difficult to former BFFs who jointly inherit something
Girl's Guide to Moving On: Mother and Daughter both start over together
Sleepless in Manhattan: Tackling a new company - with an old crush as your biggest client
Come on Closer: The baker finds love this in this small town romance series


I Kissed a Rogue: Brook gets his story!
Because of Miss Bridgerton: More in the Bridgerton family series!


Killer Reunion: Savannah returns home for her high school reunion - and becomes a murder suspect of her nemesis
NYPD Red 4: A murder and high stakes robbery has the big guns called in to work the case

2 comments:

Jessica said...

Ahh, I want to read a lot of the books that you listed! Esp. What You Always Wanted, A Tyranny of Petticoats, Into The Dim, and Isabel Feeney, Star Reporter! And I know my Mom is looking forward to the new Jill Shalvis book a lot! :)

Asma F said...

I'm so excited for A Tyranny of Petticoats and A Study in Charlotte! I recently read Burning Glass and while it was okay, I wasn't really a big fan of it - it kind of dragged and was overdone a bit. But I'm excited to hear what you think about it!