Bookish Item| November TBR

We have ten days left in the month, so I’ve been thinking about what I want to read in November. I have some e-arcs to get to and I’m participating in Netgalley November, so I’m hoping to read quite a bit of my Netgalley books. So keep on reading to see my November TBR.

Group Reads

Mistakes Were Made – Meryl Wilsner

I’ve talked about Mistakes Were Made quite a few times on the blog since I heard about it and the month is finally here to read it. Thankfully this is also one of my Netgalley e-arcs, so I’ll get at least one book done! Just the whole idea of the main character sleeping with her best friend’s mom is going to make this story very interesting. I have a feeling I’m going to love it!

Blood Like Fate – Liselle Sambury

Blood Like Magic was a pleasant surprise and I was going to read Blood Like Fate in October, but we moved back out group read a month. So I’m excited to see how Voya’s adventure continues. After all the twists and reveals in the first book I have a feeling it’s going to be very interesting.

Blog Tours

Better Than Fiction – Alexa Martin

Better Than Fiction has a main character that inherits the family bookstore, but hates books. How can you hate books?!? I love the fact that the male main character is an author and wants to show her the beauty of reading. I’m hoping this is going to be as romantic as I think it will.

Two Wrongs Make a Right – Chloe Liese

Chloe Liese became an author I want to read everything by after reading all five books of the Bergman Brothers series that are now out in the world. I just couldn’t put them down. Fake dating is one of my favorite tropes, so I love the idea of them pretending to get revenge when their friends try and set them up. Even though they’ve both made it clear they do not belong together. We all now where this is going to go!

Marks on the Moon – T.D. Colbert

T.D. Colbert writes amazing books and Marks on the Moon is her first book in a few years. I’m so excited that we’re getting a new book by her. I’m afraid this book is going to break my heart, but I’m going to read it anyways.

Heartless Boys Never Kiss – S.J. Sylvis

S.J. Sylvis is bringing us back to her St. Mary’s series with Tobias’ story. I’ve been wanting his story since being introduced to him and we’re finally getting us. I can’t wait to dive into Heartless Boys Never Kiss.

Netgalley ARCs

Built to Last – Erin Hahn

Built to Last just released this month, but I’m still really excited to read it. I love watching home improvement shows, so it’s great to have this included in a romance. This sounds like it’s also going to be an emotional read here and there, but that’s never a bad thing. Second chance romances can be amazing and I hope to love this one.

Kiss Her Once for Me – Alison Cochrun

Even though I don’t have all the holiday romances on this list I plan to start reading in November, I had to add Kiss Her Once for Me. Our main character enters a fake engagement with her landlord for the holidays, but ends up falling for his sister. That sounds like the holidays are going to get interesting.

Marlowe Banks, Redesigned – Jacqueline Firkins

When Marlowe’s life falls apart she goes to the other side of the country to hide. Marlowe’s life gets interesting again when cameras capture an intense look between her and the bad boy star. I can’t wait to see how she takes back her own life.

When in Rome – Sarah Adams

When in Rome was supposed to be a book I’ve already read, but as usual I got distracted. This is still a book I really want to read, so it’s back on my TBR. This small town romance sound right up my alley and I’m ready to dive in!

Signal to Noise – Silvia Moreno-Garcia

I read Mexican Gothic by this author this month. While the ending didn’t work for me I really enjoyed the writing style. Signal to Noise is a “literary fantasy about love, music, and sorcery”. Yes, please! It definitely still fits this time of year.


So here’s some of the books I’m hoping to read in November. This will probably change, but it would be nice to knock out these Netgalley books that truly sound amazing. What do you want to read in November? Let me know in the comments down below. I always love hearing about what people want to read.

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