March Hopeful TBR
Only about two weeks left of March and I am loving how close to spring we are! Here are a few of the books that have caught my eye that I hope to read before April!
I’d love to hear what you are reading or if you have any suggestions, so please leave me a comment. . .xo
What do you do when three hot, possessive ghosts want to jump your bones?
I’m Bree, and I see dead people.
Not all dead people. Only those with unfinished business. They’re everywhere – I’ll be eating my breakfast and a poisoned heiress glares over my Cheerios, and I can’t even enjoy the wilderness without being accosted by chattering ex-hikers who don’t understand which mushrooms are edible.
I’ve returned to my hometown of Grimdale to cat-sit for my parents while I plan my next move. I’m looking forward to raiding their fridge, hanging out with their two mischievous kittens, and staying far, far away from anything supernatural.
But I forgot that I’m never alone in Grimdale.
The three ghosts I used to play with as a kid are back in my life again. Only now I’m their age and they’re infuriatingly attractive.
There’s the slightly psychotic Roman soldier who loves the Great British Bake Off, the bossy, aristocratic royal prince who demands the finer things in life (er, death), and the blind Victorian gentleman adventurer who doesn’t have a mean bone in his body (or any bones, for that matter).
But my three ghoulish houseguests are the least of my problems. I’ve landed a job giving tours of the historic Grimdale Cemetery, and on my very first day, I stumble into a fresh corpse.
The dead guy’s ghost needs me to solve his murder so he can cross over, but sticking my nose into spirit business might see me to an early grave.
As for my three hauntingly hot friends? It turns out their unfinished business…is me.You’re So Dead to Me is the first in a darkly humorous paranormal romance series by bestselling author Steffanie Holmes. If you love a sarcastic heroine, hot, possessive and slightly unhinged ghostly men, a mystery to solve, and a little kooky, spooky lovin’ to set your coffin a rockin’, then quit ghouling around and start reading!
Every harvest moon, the Witch Collector rides into our valley and leads one of us to the home of the immortal Frost King, to remain forever.
Today is that day—Collecting Day.
But he will not come for me. I, Raina Bloodgood, have lived in this village for twenty-four years, and for twenty-four years he has passed me by.
Raina Bloodgood has one desire: kill the Frost King and the Witch Collector who stole her sister. On Collecting Day, she means to exact murderous revenge, but a more sinister threat sets fire to her world. Rising from the ashes is the Collector, Alexus Thibault, the man she vowed to slay and the only person who can help save her sister.
Thrust into an age-old story of ice, fire, and ancient gods, Raina must abandon vengeance and aid the Witch Collector in saving the Frost King or let their empire—and her sister—fall into enemy hands. But the lines between good and evil blur, and Raina has more to lose than she imagined. What is she to do when the Witch Collector is no longer the villain who stole her sister, but the hero who’s stealing her heart?
My father is a genius.
A scientist determined to unlock the human potential.
Only his experiments?
He conducted them on me.
I managed to escape his cruel, painful control, and for years I hid.
Until one day, news comes of his death.
Along with the fact his experiments are still being carried out.
This time I cannot run, I cannot hide.
I must stop them once and for all.
He thought he was invincible…. but me?
*Unstoppable is the first book in the Pretty Liars duet. Both books touch on heavy subjects and we advise readers to check out the trigger warnings first.*
A hunter in disguise.
A team of guardians who’d kill her if they knew.
And yet, there’s something about them…
I ran from my past, but I can’t run from my unmistakable silver blood.
So I did what every girl fleeing their murderous family in a world full of enemies would. I started a curse dispelling business and put on an alter ego.
As the Enchanter, I use my family’s hunter magic to dispel curses in the port city of Haven. I just want to keep my head down and survive.
Until guardians from the Aegis organization find me.
They’ve come to request the Enchanter’s help with an important case. Helping them gives me an opportunity to make up for the sins of my past.
But it means working with the very people that hunt my kind.
The Enchanter’s Blood is a slow burn reverse harem. It’s book 1 of 6 in the Arsyn Morgan series. The series is recommended for 18+ due to violence, bad language, and sexual situations.
All I wanted to do was live my life in peace. Maybe get a cat, expand my spice farm. Really anything that doesn’t involve going on a quest where an orc might rip my face off. But they say the Goddess has favorites. If so, I’m clearly not one of them.
After saving the demon Fallon in a wine-drunk stupor, all he wanted to do was kill an evil witch enslaving his people.
I mean, I get it. Don’t get me wrong. But he’s dragging me along for the ride, and I’m kind of peeved about it. On the bright side, he keeps burning off his shirt.
Charmaine Farre is a recently successful artist, living alone in her lovely loft, painting to her heart’s content. She’s always known that she’s insane—it’s written in her blood, after all. But the horrifying creatures she hallucinates have never really bothered her. They always disappear as soon as she looks at them, anyway.
Until they don’t, and Char begins to wonder if she’s lost her mind entirely.
It isn’t long before Char hallucinates a flame-eyed, dark-haired man, who forces her to question everything she’s ever known—about herself, her family, and her future.