Friday, November 26, 2021

2022 Most Anticipated - Bee Merry

The next book on my 2022 most anticipated list is serving up a dash of holiday romance with a side of raunch. It's a holiday raunch-com that sounds INCREDIBLE. 

It is no secret that I love Julie Murphy's books and so I was thrilled to learn that she is teaming up with Sierra Simone to write Bee Merry - a new romance read that is definitely on the sexy side.

No synopsis is available on Goodreads yet, but I do have the deal announcement that first brought this book to my attention. 

Here are my top three reasons that I am excited to get my hands on this one:

1. Adult film star is cast opposite her childhood boy band crush in what is essentially a Hallmark holiday movie. It's been teased that said childhood boy band crush knows who Bee is and is a fan of her work. *wink*

2. It's the start of a series! This is the first book in what is to be a series set in the town of Christmas Notch. I am definitely fine with us getting one of these fun holiday themed romances every holiday season for the next few years.

3. This book is most likely going to offer some sugar and a lot of spice. I expect this to be cute, definitely sweet, but I am also expecting this to be really sexy. 

Bee Merry doesn't have a scheduled release date yet - but it is teased as being released in fall of 2022. This also means that it is not up for preorder just yet. You can, of course, add it to your Goodreads in the meantime so you can be updated with new information when it is available. I cannot wait to see the cover for this!

You can find out more about Julie and Sierra by following them on their respective Instagram accounts. You can also follow Julie on Twitter. They have created the cutest website with details about the series (including a great map) so I highly recommend checking it out while you (im)patiently wait for more details. 

Be sure to stop by tomorrow for the next book on my 2022 most anticipated list. Do you love holiday themed romance reads as much as I do? Let me know in the comments

Thursday, November 25, 2021

2022 Most Anticipated - Golden Boys

Another day, another book I am anticipating. This one features a group of friends embarking on summer adventures. These adventures are taking them in separate directions and features some travel elements to the story - queue the wanderlust. 

My next novel selection is Golden Boys by Phil Stamper. 

The Goodreads synopsis makes this feel like a perfect read for those who loved The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and also like a perfect read to chase away the winter blues.
National bestselling author Phil Stamper crafts the perfect summer friendship story, starring four queer boys with big hearts and even bigger dreams.

Gabriel, Reese, Sal, and Heath are best friends, bonded in their small rural town by their queerness, their good grades, and their big dreams. They are about to embark on the summer before senior year of high school, where each is going on a new, big adventure. Reese is attending a design school in Paris. Gabriel is going to Boston to volunteer with a environmental nonprofit. Sal is interning on Capitol Hill for a U.S. Senator. And Heath is stuck going to Daytona Beach to help out at his aunt’s beachfront arcade.

What will this summer of new experiences and world-expanding travel mean for each of them—and for their friendship? 
I love that each of them is embarking on an adventure on their own. I expect each of the boys will grow separately and that will reflect in their friendship and how they interact. It's going to be a great coming of age story through the lens of growing with your friends.

Phil has kindly taken the time to answer a few questions for this post

1 What gif do you feel best represents Golden Boys?

Though the title actually has nothing to do with Golden Girls, this group hug GIF of four best friends (with very different personalities!) is a perfect fit.

2 Your book is set during the summer. If someone designed a signature ice cream for your book what might be included?

What a fun question! I have a feeling each of the four main characters in Golden Boys would have their own ice cream preference. So for that reason, I think it would be vanilla ice cream with a mix of contrasting salty and sweet ingredients: caramel, pretzels, M&Ms, and potato chips. 3 What is one song that made your playlist while writing this book? I'm usually not someone who writes to music with lyrics, but I did find myself going back to the same songs for certain characters. Of the four characters, Heath is the one who fits in most in their rural Ohio town, plus he's calm and stable and seems to be the rock of this friend group, so I kept coming back to the song "Classic" by Cam. 4 What 2022 release are you most anticipating? Oh, so many! The ones that first come to mind are The Honeys by Ryan La Sala, Right Where I Left You by Julian Winters, and If You Change Your Mind by Robby Weber. So many great queer YA books are coming out next year—I can't wait!

That ice cream sounds amazing! I love a mix of salty and sweet. I also love the gif choice. It highlights that the friendship is going to take the main focus. 

Golden Boys releases February 8, 2022. It's a perfect release date as this feels like a book that will remind you of summer and help beat those winter blahs. The book is available to preorder from your favourite retailer.

You can find out more about Phil and his books by following him on Twitter2.  You can also visit his website. You can find out more about his books on the publisher website.

Be sure to stop by tomorrow to for the next book on my 2022 most anticipated list. 

Wednesday, November 24, 2021

2022 Most Anticipated Event - Where The Night Has Teeth

The next book on my 2022 most anticipated list is inspired by one of my favourite movies from the 80s. It caught my eye because not only does it involved vampires but it is also being teased as a gender swapped take on the story.

The move it is inspired by is The Lost Boys and the book is Where The Night Has Teeth by Suzanne Young. My excitement for this one is definitely early as it only has a few details released.

There is not a synopsis up on Goodreads yet, but I do have the deal announcement that first brought this book to my attention. 

Here are my top three reasons that I am excited to get my hands on this one:

1. Vampires are back! We've had an influx of novels featuring vampires and I am entirely here for it. I cannot wait to read this take on the creatures of the night.

2. The gender swapped take on a story I already love. I cannot wait to meet this group of alluring and dangerous female vampires. 

3. Have I mentioned this is inspired by one of my favourite 80s movies? Enough said.

Where The Night Has Teeth is scheduled to release in the fall season of  2022 which means that it is not currently up for preorder at this time. My excitement for this one is definitely on the early side. You can add the book to your Goodreads in the meantime and be on the look out for more information to be released.

You can find out more about Suzanne by following her on Twitter, and by visiting her her website. You can also find out more about her books on the publisher website.

Be sure to stop by tomorrow for the next book on my 2022 most anticipated list. Are you excited that vampires have made a comeback? Let me know in the comments.

Tuesday, November 23, 2021

2022 Most Anticipated Event - Birds of California

The next book on my 2022 most anticipated list is the first of a couple that are set in Hollywood. This one involves former co-stars, dive bars, and nights at the beach.

I have loved all the other books this author has written and cannot wait to see what she does with this delicious sounding read. My next pick is Birds of California by Katie Cotugno.

The Goodreads synopsis combined with the Hollywood setting definitely sold me on this one immediately.
Sparks fly and things get real in this sharply sexy and whip-smart romantic comedy set against the backdrop of a post #metoo Hollywood from New York Times bestselling author Katie Cotugno--page-turning escapist fun in the spirit of Beach Read, The Kiss Quotient, and Red, White and Royal Blue.

Former child actor Fiona St. James dropped out of the spotlight after a spectacularly public crash and burn. The tabloids called her crazy and self-destructive and said she'd lost her mind. Now in her late twenties, Fiona believes her humiliating past is firmly behind her. She's finally regained a modicum of privacy, and she won't let anything--or anyone--mess it up.

Unlike Fiona, Sam Fox, who played her older brother on the popular television show Birds of California, loves the perks that come with being a successful Hollywood actor: fame, women, parties, money. When his current show gets cancelled and his agent starts to avoid his calls, the desperate actor enthusiastically signs on for a Birds of California revival. But to make it happen, he needs Fiona St. James.

Against her better judgment, Fiona agrees to have lunch with Sam. What happens next takes them both by surprise. Sam is enthralled by Fiona's take-no-prisoners attitude, and Fiona discovers a lovable goofball behind Sam's close-up-ready face. Long drives to the beach, late nights at dive bars . . . theirs is the kind of kitschy romance Hollywood sells. But just like in the rom-coms Fiona despises, there's a twist that threatens her new love. Sam doesn't know the full story behind her breakdown. What happens when she reveals the truth?
Here are the top three reasons I cannot wait to read this book:

1. This states that it takes place in a post #MeToo Hollywood. We are just starting to get books told through this lens and I am particularly curious as to how Katie Cotugno will tell this specific story.

2. The fact that Katie Cotugno wrote this. Her characters are always so complex and real. They are flawed and that makes them feel all the more real. The romances that she writes are also pretty incredible.

3. The history between the main characters. They were on a hit television show together so there is going to be that full backstory to pull from. I expect it will only add to the chemistry between them.

Birds of California releases June 14, 2022 which seems to fit this book really well. The synopsis reminds me of summer (that might just be California though) and falling in love in the summer in particular.

You can find out more about Katie by following her on Twitter, and by visiting her her website. You can also find out more about her books on the publisher website.

Be sure to stop by tomorrow for the next book on my 2022 most anticipated list. Do you love Hollywood set books as much as I do? Let me know in the comments.

Monday, November 22, 2021

2022 Most Anticipated - How to Date a Superhero (and Not Die Trying)

It is once again the most wonderful time of the year! It's time for me to kick off my annual most anticipated event. Each year I spotlight the books that I am eager to get my hands on in the upcoming year in hopes it'll put them on your radar as well. This year's event consists of 15 posts over the next three weeks.

I am kicking off the event with a book that combines some of my favourite things: superheroes and romance!

The first book is How to Date a Superhero (and Not Die Trying) by Cristina Fernandez. 

The Goodreads synopsis sounds incredibly fun and exactly what I would love from a superhero story.
With humor and heart, debut author Cristina Fernandez tells a wholly original origin story, proving that you don’t need a superpower to be the hero in this romantic coming-of-age story about growing up, falling in love, and surviving life—all set in the world of superheroes.

Falling for a superhero is dangerous. You have to trust that they’ll catch you.

Astrid isn’t a superhero, not like the ones she sees on the news, but she has something she thinks of as a small superpower: she has a perfect sense of time. And she’s not going to waste a single second.

Her plan for college is clear—friends, classes, and extracurriculars all carefully selected to get her into medical school.

Until Max Martin, a nerdy boy from her high school, crashes back into her life. Things with Max were never simple, and he doesn’t keep to her schedule. He disappears in the middle of dates and cancels at the last minute with stupid excuses.

When a supervillain breaks into her bedroom one night, Astrid has to face the facts: her boyfriend, Max Martin, is a superhero. Double-majoring as a premed was hard, but now Astrid will have to balance a double life. This wasn’t part of her plan. 
I love that this is set in college and that it has some vibes of balancing the real world stuff with the superhero stuff. Those always make the best stories so I am very excited to get my hands on this.

I also love that Max Martin has the classic superhero name of his first and last name starting with the same initial. It's a small but fun touch.

Cristina has kindly agreed to answer a few questions about the book and her writing of it.

1 What gif do you feel best represents How to Date a Superhero (And Not Die Trying)?

2 If someone were to make a signature drink in honour of your book, what might be included?

This is a tricky question since I am very new to drinks (and am a very picky drinker). Probably an Andre wine, since it’s a very college-budget-friendly champagne, and maybe orange or apple juice in an oversized coffee mug. Something fizzy, sweet, and a little fancy, but still very practical. My protagonist, Astrid, wouldn't want to waste time making some complicated drink or have to fit extra mixers in her mini-fridge, and she definitely doesn’t have room in her dorm to store wine glasses. 

3  The superhero genre is fertile ground for romance. We've seen it shape and inspire superheroes. We've seen it create villains. What inspired you to write a novel from the perspective of a love interest of a superhero?

I’ve loved superhero stories my whole life, and I feel like romance is such an undervalued element to them, because it can often be handled poorly. I think the best superhero stories are grounded in love: for your community, for humanity in general, and for specific people. Also, as a girl watching superhero movies, the love interest for a long time was the primary role for female characters, and recognizing all these women as emotionally complex and full people, despite being side characters, has always been really important to me. While a lot of stories tend to flatten love interests, I wanted to tell one that centers that role and explores the unique experiences of being involved in someone else’s story while you have your own going on. 

4 What is one song that made your playlist while writing this book?

Basically all of Carly Rae Jepsen’s Dedicated, though special mention goes to “Happy Not Knowing” for being the most emotionally relevant. That uniquely Carly Rae Jepsen blend of playfulness and angst in a song about trying to push down your feelings for someone to protect yourself and your time is everything I aspire to capture with this book. 

5 What 2022 release are you most anticipating?

It’s so hard to just pick one! 2022 is shaping up to be a super exciting year for new releases. I think I’m probably most excited for Casey McQuiston’s I Kissed Shara Wheeler, though I’m also dying to get my hands on fellow debut Amanda DeWitt’s Aces Wild

6 If not too spoilery, can you share the first line of How to Date a Superhero (And Not Die Trying).

I’ll throw in two!

Astrid has a superpower. 

Nothing exciting, not caused in any usual way by lab accident or genetic mutation, but for as long as she can remember she’s had a perfect sense of time.

I am so ready for the superhero's love interest to take the focus! Cristina has, if possible, made me want to read this book even more. I am definitely counting down the days until I can get my hands on it.

How to Date a Superhero (and Not Die Trying) releases August 2, 2022 - a perfect date because superhero blockbusters are meant for summer -  but is available for pre-order it right now from any retailer (your future self will thank you).

You can find out more about Cristina and her books by following her on Twitter. You can also find out more about her books on the publisher website.

Be sure to stop by tomorrow to for the next book on my 2022 most anticipated list. 

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Waiting on Wednesday .... Family of Liars

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking The Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

This week's pick is Family of Liars by E. Lockhart

Here is the Goodreads synopsis 
The thrilling prequel to the TikTok phenomenon and #1 New York Times bestseller We Were Liars takes readers back to the story of another summer, another generation, and the secrets that will haunt them for decades to come.

A windswept private island off the coast of Massachusetts.
A hungry ocean, churning with secrets and sorrow.
A fiery, addicted heiress. An irresistible, unpredictable boy.
A summer of unforgivable betrayal and terrible mistakes.

Welcome back to the Sinclair family.
They were always liars.
I loved We Were Liars and am so excited to return to that world again.

This is a prequel set years earlier and I cannot wait!

If you read We Were Liars you will know that it makes a great beach/poolside read. I expect this one to be no different.

Expected release date - May 3, 2022

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

#PopCultureResolution - Rope


Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Length:  80 minutes

Cast: James Stewart, John Dall, Farley Granger

Release Date: August 23, 1948

Synopsis: Just before hosting a dinner party, Philip Morgan (Farley Granger) and Brandon Shaw (John Dall) strangle a mutual friend to death with a piece of rope, purely as a Nietzsche-inspired philosophical exercise. Hiding the body in a chest upon which they then arrange a buffet dinner, the pair welcome their guests, including the victim's oblivious fiancée (Joan Chandler) and the college professor (James Stewart) whose lectures inadvertently inspired the killing.

Rope ended up not really fitting with my horror theme as it is definitely not scary or a horror movie. I would consider it more a movie filled with tension and held breath. It doesn't work as a mystery either but there is still something a little unsettling about it.

This is very loosely based on a true crime - the murder of Bobby Franks by Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb. It may not have many similarities to the real crime, but the motive and other details are definitely inspired by it. The short version of events is that these two young men commit murder purely to see if they smart enough to get away with it. In the movie, the two men decide to throw a dinner party the same day as the murder with the body concealed within their apartment.

There should be a photo of John Dall as Brandon Shaw next to the words arrogant and smug in dictionaries. He exudes self assured hubris that makes you wish to punch him in his smug face. He is so confident that it becomes overly so and that makes him a fascinating but rage inducing character. 

Farley Granger as Phillip Morgan is the exact opposite. He is a hot mess in the extreme and his behaviour is telegraphing as suspicious. It is interesting that both are giving signals about their actions just in very different ways.

The cast is exceptional. Alfred Hitchcock is known for his directing but the casting of his films is equally impressive. James Stewart is especially good here and it lead to him collaborating on three other Hitchcock films (including the highly regarded Rear Window). 

This is a film adaptation of a play and so it mostly has a single set that the action takes place on. Hitchcock makes fantastic use of this small setting by playing up the tension on when the body might be discovered and by whom. That proximity is a tell tale heart for the audience with the knowledge of it pulsing through your thoughts constantly. It makes the movie gripping and truly Hitchcockian. It also allows for longer shots that are seamlessly woven together.

This may not be my favourite Hitchcock film but it would probably make my top five. I wouldn't recommend it if you are wanting a horror movie but it is a well directed, well acted, tension filled film that I would highly recommend. 

Thursday, November 11, 2021

Goodnight Beautiful by Aimee Molloy

Goodnight Beautiful by Aimee Molloy
Release Date - October 13, 2020 
Publisher Website - Harper Collins Canada
Publisher Social Media - Twitter/Facebook/SavvyReader/Frenzy
Pages - 289 pages
My Rating - 3/5
**borrowed from the library**

Here is the Goodreads synopsis
Newlyweds Sam Statler and Annie Potter are head over heels, and excited to say good-bye to New York and start a life together in Sam's sleepy hometown in upstate New York. Or, it turns out, a life where Annie spends most of her time alone while Sam, her therapist husband, works long hours in his downstairs office, tending to the egos of his (mostly female) clientele.

Little does Sam know that through a vent in his ceiling, every word of his sessions can be heard from the room upstairs. The pharmacist's wife, contemplating a divorce. The well-known painter whose boyfriend doesn’t satisfy her in bed. Who could resist listening? Everything is fine until the French girl in the green mini Cooper shows up, and Sam decides to go to work and not come home, throwing a wrench into Sam and Annie's happily ever after.

Thrillers are particularly depended on their story not being revealed in advance. This makes them an interesting challenge to review. Often the best parts of the story are ones that you don't want to reveal. Goodnight Beautiful is a book that falls within this category.

I don't mind when books are inspired by other media. Art is made to inspire and that often leads to the creation of other art. This book is inspired by a popular classic horror novel that if I named would be a spoiler. It mostly worked for me and I think fans of that novel will appreciate this one. There were times, however, when you really feel that influence. It made the latter half not as gripping as the first because I felt like I knew this story. It is different enough to keep you guessing but its inspiration does ring a little loud at times. It's one of the things about this novel that just didn't resonate with me. 

The characters in this one are certainly fascinating. There are a few memorable ones who leave you wanting to know even more about them. Unreliable characters and thrillers are a perfect pair and that remains true here. There are other characters though that will be forgotten with the turn of the last page.

The pacing is a large part of why I enjoyed this novel. It is definitely a page turner with each twist or reveal compelling you to keep reading. Fans of thrillers will know this feeling all too well and also know the disappointment of when a novel fails to deliver this. 

The ending does get a little messy and just isn't as taunt as the beginning of this book. It felt a little mismatched compared to the rest and just didn't come together as strongly as I wanted it to. 

Go into this one with as little knowledge as possible. I feel it works best that way. It is an experience and it works better if you allow the story to reveal itself in the manner and pacing that it is supposed to. Let go and enjoy the ride this book wants to take you on. You'll get much more out of it that way. 

This starts out as a very taunt thriller whose ending did not quite deliver for me. It does offer up a fun, entertaining read that delivers some well crafted twists and that makes it worth the read.

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

#PopCultureResolution - Halloween (2018)

Halloween (2018)

Director: David Gordon Green 

Length: 136 minutes

Cast: Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak

Release Date: October 19, 2018

Synopsis: It's been 40 years since Laurie Strode survived a vicious attack from crazed killer Michael Myers on Halloween night. Locked up in an institution, Myers manages to escape when his bus transfer goes horribly wrong. Laurie now faces a terrifying showdown when the masked madman returns to Haddonfield, Ill. -- but this time, she's ready for him.


October's #PopCultureResolution, obviously, called for me to watch the 2018 continuation of the Halloween franchise. This is a sequel to the original Halloween only and it ignores all of the other sequels that are part of that franchise.

The beginning was, for me, stronger than the back half. I was very intrigued by the two podcasters that we meet and our reintroduction to Michael Meyers.

You cannot talk about the Halloween franchise without talking about Jamie Lee Curtis. A true Scream Queen and legend. It was fantastic to see her come back to this role and be such a badass. She is a large part of what made this movie for me along with the dynamic with her family.

The three generations of Strode women and the generational trauma each of them has to deal with was by far the most interesting part of the movie. I couldn't help but think of Halloween H2O and Laurie Strode's son (played by Josh Hartnett) that does not exist in this reiteration. This is not the first Halloween movie to dive into Laurie's trauma and its impact on her children. This one does better job in that the entire movie is steeped in it, but it is not the first as some have claimed.

These movies are meant to be a fun scare around Halloween. I did not enjoy it as much as the first Halloween and was not as scared as I anticipated being. It is worth the watch if you are a major fan of the franchise because it does respect the mythology while adding to it. I am not sure those not invested in the franchise will get as much out of their watching experience but they will appreciate its short running time and getting to see Jamie Lee Curtis return to one of her most iconic roles.

Thursday, November 4, 2021

Weekly Obsessions

The awesome Kelly at KellyVision started posting a weekly post highlighting whatever she happened to be obsessed with that week. I LOVE this idea, so much in fact that I will be doing it myself every week. 


The second House of Gucci trailer

The only news that has me excited this week is the second House of Gucci trailer! I think it looks even better than the first one!

It looks like it is going to be a fun time at the movies and that is all I am really asking for from it. I has been getting positive feedback from people who have seen it early so hopefully it is as good as I am hoping.

What are you obsessed with this week? Let me know in the comments.

Monthly TBR and Wrap Up

October flew by and now it is already November. I do not know how it is possible that we are almost done with 2021, but here we are.  It is officially the holiday season and while I haven't started the holiday movies, and music just yet it will be happening very soon.

I am going to be training for pretty much all of November and December minus some vacation time I have for the holidays. Here is hoping I manage to finish all of the books I want to read by the end of the year.

Before I talk about what I hope to read in November, I have to recap October first.

The books that were on my list are:

Gilded Cage by Camilla Lackberg (goodreads)
One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid (goodreads)

Plus I had some ebooks on my list:

56 Days by Catherine Ryan Howard (goodreads)
Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi (goodreads)
Among the Beasts and Briars by Ashley Poston (goodreads)
The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller (goodreads)

Here is what I managed to read in October:

The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling (goodreads)
Pretty Little Wife by Darby Kane (goodreads)
Goodnight Beautiful by Aimee Malloy (goodreads)

I only managed to read three books this month which is awful. I really need to dedicate more time to reading and I am hoping to make a big dent this month.
My #PopCultureResolution book for October was Goodnight Beautiful which I managed to read and the review will go up next week. The movie was Halloween and that is also schedule for review next week.

Here is what I hope to read in November:

Gilded Cage by Camilla Lackberg (goodreads)
One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid (goodreads)

I also have some ebooks I am hoping to get to:

56 Days by Catherine Ryan Howard (goodreads)
Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi (goodreads)
Among the Beasts and Briars by Ashley Poston (goodreads)
The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller (goodreads)

My #PopCultureResolution picks for this month are The Guest List by Lucy Foley and Rope. I have already watched the movie (review to come soon) and I am excited to get my hands on the book!

Next up is an update on my two reading challenges:

November's pick for my '12 friends, 12 books' reading challenge is Give Me Your Hand by Megan Abbott so I'll be getting to that at some point this month. I am VERY behind so this month is all about catching up. I hope to read 3 books from this list.

Jan - The Seven Husband's of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid (Kelly)

Feb - 
The Birthday List by Deveny Perry (Emilie)

Mar - Mouthful of Forevers by Clementine Von Radics (Ciara)

April - Marriage for One by Ella Maise (Katie)

May - Written In The Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur (Christy)

June -  The Miseducation of Cameron Post by Emily M Danforth (Christa)

July - The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller (Jess)

August -  The Grace Year by Kim Leggitt (Christa)

Sept - Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi (Meaghan)

Oct -   Among the Beasts and Briars by Ashley Poston (Katrina)

Nov - Give Me Your Hand by Megan Abbott (Kim)

Dec - Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk by Kathleen Rooney (Julia)

As for the reading challenge inspired by The Bachelor I have nothing to scratch off my list. Hopefully next month.

1. Happily Ever Afters by Elise Bryant
2. If The Shoe Fits by Julie Murphy
3. Kate in Waiting by Becky Albertalli
4. Further to Fall by Catherine Cowles
5. One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston
6. Isn't it Bromantic? by Lyssa Kay Adams
7. My Favorite Souvenir by Penelope Ward and Vi Keeland
8. Kate in Waiting by Becky Albertalli
9. Marriage for One by Ella Maise
10. Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks by Nathan Burgoine
11. Realm Breaker by Victoria Aveyard
12. Open Book by Jessica Simpson
13. Isn't it Bromantic? by Lyssa Kay Adams

What books are you reading this month? Have you read any of the ones on my list? If so, let me know what you thought in the comments.


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