Hello! It’s time for my March TBR – which, like every month, I probably won’t stick to.
So I’ve been truly awful about sticking to my TBR’s thanks to this god-awful reading slump. But I’m going to do one anyways because it’s fun.
I got an e-arc of this on Netgalley and can’t wait to pick it up! This is a New Adult, m/m romance about the first son falling for the prince of Wales. I’ve heard amazing things from early readers and I’m desperate to get to this. My full review won’t be posted until May 7th, the week before release! But I will share some early thoughts on Goodreads so definitely follow me over there too!
I was SO excited when I got this e-galley! I’ve been excited about this book since November and have been trying to get my hands on it since. I’ve heard amazing things about Jenn Bennett’s writing so my expectations are high. This sounds like a sweet YA contemporary about a shy girl who starts working the graveyard shift at a Seattle hotel the summer before college. In an attempt to break out of her introverted shell, she befriends the hotel’s night shift van driver. I’ve actually already started this one, so hopefully I can share some early thoughts soon!
I have this on loan from the library and it’s been calling my name. I haven’t been able to get into anything but romance lately so this seems like a good pick. Goodreads says this in a novel about grief, loss, love, and self-discovery. The ratings of this are just as polarizing as Santopolo’s previous book (The Light We Lost) so I’m excited to see where I land.
This originally wasn’t even on my radar for 2019 releases. The synopsis reminds me so much of Six of Crows, which I found highly disappointing, so I was planning to skip this one. But this has gotten such rave reviews I decided to borrow this from the library and give it a try.
3. Hoopla/Kindle Unlimited
I have TONS of romances stockpiled on Hoopla and Kindle Unlimited. And since that is all I read in the month of February, I’m sure I’ll be gravitating to some of these this month too.
Have you read any of these books? What are you planning to read this month? I’d love to hear your March plans!