Well hello, beautiful people. It’s been a few days. I needed a mental health break, so I took some time off from blogging and did some other things, like playing board games with the Hubs.
I made the winter one and never read a book on it, so let’s see if I can keep to this one, shall we?
The Impossible Us by Sarah Lotz
I received this book as an ARC through NetGalley. It sounds like a very cool premise. Love through parallel worlds? Yup. I’ll read that.
The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams
A story about men who have a secret book club where they read romance novels to help them in their love lives. Um, but why does this sound like both a train wreck and adorable all at once. It also happens to be the first book in a series, and we all know how good I am at finishing those.
The Lost Girls by Sonia Hartl
I love the idea of vampires that are frozen in time and can’t escape the frizzy hair of the 80s! I also love that it’s a revenge story.
The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green
The story of the current geological age as told in personal essays. It’s been on my TBR shelf (let’s be honest, it’s shelves) for a while now and I want to get to it soonish.
Malice by Heather Walter
This story of Sleeping Beauty told from the villain’s point of view. The sequel is coming out later this year, and I want to get to this one before Misrule releases.
House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Mass
I bought this one without knowing what it was about, and I still don’t know. But it’s a chonky book, and I want to get to it, as the sequel just came out this month.
Various In Death Books by J.D. Robb
It’s kind of cheating to put this on here, but I’m only counting it as one, so it’s not cheating, right?
All The Feels by Olivia Dade
Another sequel, this one to my favorite book of the year so far. I have to get to it, and soon.
Beach Read by Emily Henry
Now, I didn’t like the first book I read by this author, but I have heard that this one was way better. So here’s hoping. Especially because she has a book coming out this year that I like the sound of.
Dark Matter by Blake Crouch
I really enjoyed the last book by this author, so I have high hopes for this one. Hopefully those won’t be dashed.
Now, let’s hope I can actually read all the books on this TBR this season. I’m going to cross my fingers!