Anticipated releases. We’ve all got them. I used to keep a shelf on Goodreads for exactly this reason.
Lately, I’m not so good about updating it.
This is comprised of what was on that list, but also what’s in my NetGalley account for review. Of those, these are the ones I’m most excited for.
1. The Extraordinaries
by TJ Klune
TJ Klune’s superqueero’s!
This book is going to be fan-friggin-tastic.
2. Well Played
by Jen DeLuca
I absolutely love the atmosphere of this series.
Setting your contemporary fiction books within the Renaissance Festival was sheer brilliance.
If Well Played is as good as Well Met, it’ll be a slam dunk.
3. Crazy, Stupid, Bromance
by Lissa Kay Adams
I don’t know why, but I’m hooked on this series, even though my opinion on the previous book was only lukewarm.
Still, I can’t seem to give it up. Here’s hoping this book redeems the story overall.
by TJ Klune
Brothersong will be the epic conclusion to TJ’s wildly popular Green Creek series.
I have no doubt, none at all, that this final story will be fantastic!
5. Spoiler Alert
by Olivia Dade
Who would look at that cover and NOT get excited! I’m all about stories with plus sized heroines, so I made sure to snatch this up.
6. Hands Down
by Mariana Zapata
Mariana’s new book was just announced yesterday. I immediately threw it on this list.
When I finished Wall of Winnipeg, this was the story I wanted next! And, now I’m finally getting it!
7. Boyfriend Material
by Alexis Hall
I teeter-tottered on if I should request this book.
I’ve read Alexis Hall books before, and enjoyed them, so I finally broke down. I have a feeling I made the right call.
8. Haunted Heroine
by Sarah Kuhn
I had no idea Sarah Kuhn was continuing this series!
When I saw this on Netgalley I made sure to nab it.
I’m always down for this trio of kick ass superheroes!
9. In a Holidaze
by Christina Lauren
I’ve become a pretty regular reader of Christina Lauren. Some are better than others, sure, but they are always entertaining. They always make me feel good. I have no doubt, this will also be true of In a Holidaze.
10. Where Dreams Descend
by Janella Angeles
Where Dreams Descend came at me out of nowhere.
I have no idea if it’ll be good.
What I do know is the synopsis sounds good, and that cover shoots an arrow right through my heart.
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