Wishlist Wednesday| Anticipated Releases December

Next month is the last month of the year! Where did the time go? It’s time to tell you all about the books that are going to be released in December. Maybe some of them will be out just in time to add to your Christmas Wishlist.

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Rules of Rain – Leah Schreier (December 5th)

I love how more books lately are adding the subject of autism into books. This is something that’s not one size fits all. Every individual is different. I have read some really interesting stories who did this justice. I hope this one can as well.

Brave – Jennifer L Armentrout (December 11th)

After reading the first two books of this trilogy, I need the last one!! This trilogy has some amazing characters and some funny moments as well. I don’t want it to end, but I want to know how it ends at the exact same times, haha. I do need more Tink though!

The Young Queens – Kendare Blake (December 26th)

After reading and loving One Dark Throne I want MORE of Arsinoe, Mirabella, and Katharine. I’m super excited to read this novella and since it a short story it’s the perfect one to quickly get towards reaching your Goodreads goal 😉

 

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Love, Life and the List – Kasie West (December 26th)

I’ve read two Kasie West books and loved both of them. I honestly have no clue what this one’s about but since it’s a Kasie book I’m sure it will be great. I want to slowly make my way through all of her books. I don’t read that many contemporaries but when I do, I like it to be cute and fluffy ones.

The Love Letters of Abelard and Lily – Laura Creedle (December 26th)

Another book that combines ADHD and a type of autism into a book. This one really interests me. I can’t wait to see how the author wrote about these characters.

Three Sides of a Heart – Edited by Natalie C. Parker (December 19th)

A book with love triangles can be tricky. They are either written very well or annoy me. I am interested in this, because there are a lot of good authors who contributed to this book.

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Foolish Hearts – Emma Mills (December 5th)

This one doesn’t sound that unique, but simply like a cute and fast contemporary read. I love that there’s a play, and that the play is A Midsummer Night’s Dream. They also mention unexpected friendships and a boyband obsession, sounds cute to me!

Instructions for a Secondhand Heart – Tamsyn Murray (December 5th)

This just seems like a really unique story. I’ve never read a book before about someone that needs a new heart. I have a feeling that this story is going to be very sad, but beautiful.

The Truth Beneath the Lies – Amanda Searcy (December 12th)

This YA thriller has two POV’s and comes recommended by Karen McManus, the author of One of Us is Lying. To be honest, that’s all I really want to know about it haha. The synopsis also says only one girl will live…

 

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Prince in Disguise – Stephanie Kate Strohm (December 19th)

This one seems like a lot of fun. I’m normally not a fan of reality shows and things like that, but I think reading about some type of reality show will be more fun.

Before Now – Norah Olson (December 26th)

This contemporary is told with a reverse timeline, doesn’t that sound super interesting? I have no idea how that would work out, so I’m excited to find that out. It’s also a bit of a mystery, and it’s set in Minneapolis where I spent part of my last two summers <3 I’m excited to see if the book mentions anything I will recognize.

Torrid Little Affair – Kendall Ryan (December 11th)

This is the third book in this series and if you have been following the blog, you have seen us mention it before. I am ashamed to say I still need to start this series, but I can’t wait. At least I can read a few right after the other.

These are the books that we are looking forward to in December. Which ones will be on your wishlist?

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