Hello everyone! I hope everyone is doing well. These are tough times. Please stay cautious and take extra care of yourself!
The topic for this week’s TTT is Spring TBR. Where I live (Bangladesh), we have six seasons, with each season having 2 months. Summer starts Mid-April here. So a Spring TBR would be too short. That’s why, I’m listing my Spring-Summer TBR here.
A romance between two fiances who have fallen out of love with each other, but cannot call off the wedding. Pranks, sabotage and rediscovering love are my favorite things in a romance. Can’t wait!
Internet friends turning into IRL crush?
Count me in!
The third installment of what has become my favorite series and featuring a character that I absolutely adored previously. And to add to that, it’s a the author’s take on a gender swapped Sabrina?
Can you blame me for being excited?
A story of star-crossed lovers set in Paris in the 1950s?
Tell me more.
An engineer and a lawyer meeting being set up by their parents. Both people of color and Asian? Is this the book I’ve been waiting for all my life?
I have a feeling a vacation romance is just the thing I’ll need during what I expect to be a scorching Summer.
Two authors of opposing genres stuck spending the summer in the same place, strike a deal to overcome their respective creative ruts.
I don’t think I can survive the potential disappointing such a brilliant idea not living up to its potential.
So what if my ARC request for this cute YA about a music blogger, and the son of the punk rock musician got declined? (Cries in rivers)
I am still allowed to be excited for this!
A journey of a former Olympic gymnast finding herself. I’m hoping for a healthy dose of emotional payoff from this book.
The daughter of a high-ranking Nazi official forced to choose between her loyalty to her country and an impossible love.
Such a compelling synopsis, and perfect for my recent interest in fiction set in World War II.