Happy Tuesday, everyone! Let’s just get to it…
No Fences in Alaska
A coming-of-age about pregnant teenager escapes her inconsiderate parents and takes refuge with her estranged her grandfather suffering from Alzheimer’s.
This one releases in a week. And I can’t wait to read it!
A Muslim American-Indian girl given 3 months to find a groom for herself, before her parents can find one for her.
Living in a society where this is pretty common and welcome even, I can totally relate to this premise. Hope this lives up to my expectations!
Say You Still Love Me
K. A. Tucker. Second Chance romance. An ambitious heroine. Yeah, I like the sound of that.
A flirty summer romance between two characters working in a local renaissance fair. I’m hoping for lots of cuteness and laughter!
The Lady and The Highwayman
Hero enlists heroine’s help to look for an elusive writer not knowing that she’s the one he’s looking for.
Hoping for a battle of wits between the two and a captivating read!
Leigh Bardugo. Fantasy. Leigh Bardugo.
A paranormal historical fiction. And it’s been ages since I read a good vampire story… well, any vampire story. Please don’t disappoint me!
Twice in a Blue Moon
Christina Lauren has become a pick-me-up author from me. Besides, I’m always open to a good second-chance romance.
A teenager looking for a startover at a new high school without letting word of her HIV disease ruining things for her.
So, this book has LGBTQ. POC. HIV?
An Austentacious Romance? More importantly a historical romance with an Austen-obsessed heroine? Color me intrigued.
Are any of these books in your list? Or are you interested by any of them? Let me know!