I have five books on my TBR for March, and I’m excited to read and review them!
This month I have four currently published books and one ARC to read. It’s a nice change of pace. I’m trying to keep up with my Netgalley requests and boost my feedback score, so only having one to read and review this month is a bit refreshing! I have some great ARCs coming up that you all will definitely want to read more about. I believe some of them will be pretty big!
The Do-Over by Bethany Turner ARC
I’m currently reading The Do-Over and absolutely love it! It’s about an NYC lawyer who runs into some trouble and then runs into a past high school enemy. It’s one of my favorite tropes of enemies-to-lovers, and I can’t wait to read more. It will be published by Thomas Nelson on March 15, 2022. I’ve come to find I enjoy Thomas Nelson Contemporary Fiction/Romance books. So take a look when you get the chance. Can we also talk about the cover? The floral theme is present throughout the book at the beginning of each chapter, and it’s my favorite non-story detail I’ve seen in a while.
One Summer by Rebecca Serle
As soon as I heard that Rebecca Serle was coming out with a new book, I first entered her giveaway on Goodreads and then pre-ordered a copy. Needless to say, I didn’t win the giveaway, but Amazon did have my copy here on release day. So I’ll take that win. One Italian Summer is a mother/daughter story set on the Amalfi coast. Katy’s mother, Carol, passes away right before their planned trip to Italy is set to take place. From Goodreads, “Over the course of one Italian summer, Katy gets to know Carol, not as her mother, but as the young woman before her. She is not exactly who Katy imagined she might be, however, and soon Katy must reconcile the mother who knew everything with the young woman who does not yet have a clue.” I already know I’ll be ugly crying, and that’s okay.
Just Haven’t Met You Yet by Sophie Cousens
I purchased Just Haven’t Met You Yet when Target had their amazing (maybe not so amazing to my bank account) buy two, get one free book sale last fall. It sounds adorable and like the perfect book to read when traveling. It’s a meet-cute type story where suitcases are swapped at the airport. How does the main character know she’ll love the owner of the suitcase? She’s seen a sweater, her favorite book, and piano music and knows he’s IT. Add in remote travel to islands, and you have the perfect spring break read.
Weather Girl by Rachel Lynn Soloman
If we’re going off of cover alone, I totally judged Weather Girl to be excellent by it. It also seems like the perfect early spring read with the rain. Maybe I’m completely off base here, and I may be, but come on? Adorable. The meteorologist and the sports reporter work together to help their divorced bosses get back together with one another, and *sigh* end up falling in love…is my guess. I’m not sure I haven’t read the book or spoilers. Anyway, I think I may plan this for after the first day of spring. Thoughts?
Hook, Line, and Sinker by Tessa Bailey
Just like with One Italian Summer, Hook, Line, and Sinker was on my doorstep on release day. It’s the sequel to It Happened One Summer, focusing on the sister and her romantic life. I love Tessa Bailey’s books and if you’ve read my other post, it’s probably that I do. Then to get a sequel? Perfection. I loved the storyline in the first book and can only imagine it gets better as we’ll still see the same characters, but from a different point of view. I have high hopes for this one!
I think this TBR will be one of my favorites. It’s full of sweet romance amazing stories, and are all based in different locations. I can’t wait for my mind to travel where my body cannot.
What are some books on your March TBR?