Today’s Topic: Books On My Spring 2022 TBR
Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl
Several of this week’s picks are not yet released. Others are on my library wait list. Either way, as soon as they come available, I will devour them.
The Unknown Beloved – I know few authors who can write across so many genres with so much skill and beauty. The synopsis of this one brings to mind one of those old black and white suspense tales I like so much.
Love Practically – Nichole Van is an underrated author of historical romances, if you ask me. She is also one of several of my auto-buy authors. I’m very excited about what I hope is a new series.
As Dawn Breaks – It’s a shame that we have to wait so long between book releases from Breslin. She is an exceptional author of historical fiction. I’m excited that her latest book is set during WWI.
Meet Me in the Margins – I’ve been meaning to read one of Melissa Ferguson’s contemporary romances for a while and this one looks to be right up my alley.
To Treasure an Heiress – I really enjoyed the first book in this series set on the Isle of Scilly. I’m looking forward to returning to this island and group of friends.
Ten Trends to Seduce Your Best Friend – Well, I think you all know by now that I’m a huge fan of Penny Reid’s romances. And though I love her Knitting in the City and the Winston Brothers series, I’m excited that she is branching out into some new stories.
All That It Takes – This is the follow up to last year’s All That Matters which I loved! Can’t wait to read the story of Molly’s brother Miles and best friend Val.
A Midnight Dance – I had a few years of ballet training as a child, and am always drawn to stories that feature dancers. Ballet is such a picture of extremes; the elegance and enchantment of it belying the hard work and pain.
A Train to Moscow – I picked this up in an Amazon sale because it intrigued me. I’m curious to read about Soviet Russia from an actual Russian author.
Carry Me Close – I literally shrieked out loud at the announcement that this third book in the Blue Wren Shallows series would be released soon. Its’ Australian author writes fabulously evocative stories full of tragedy and hope.
The Enchanted April – I’ve seen the movie quite a few times and have always meant to read the book. I purchased it recently and then learned it would be a book club read over at The Silver Petticoat Review. So, I’m finally making the time for this one.