How are we about to talk about our most anticipated November releases? We’re heading into the final stretch of 2022 and releases normally slow down. So have they? Keep on reading to see what November releases are on our radar!
The Ones We Burn – Rebecca Mix (November 1st)
This YA fantasy sounds like it’s right up my alley. We get witches, blood magic, a magical plaque, a gentle prince and a brutal princess. However since writing this I have seen some reviews that there might be some racist content in here.
Kiss Her Once for Me – Alison Cochrun (November 1st)
A a big fan of fake dating I have to have Kiss Her Once for me. This sounds like the perfect read for me and it takes place during the holiday season. I actually have an e-arc, so keep an eye out for my review soon.
A Very Merry Bromance – Lyssa Kay Adams (November 1st)
I’ve loved all of the Bromance Book Club books so far and I was beyond excited when the author announced a Christmas book in this series!! Look at this cute cover. We’re finally getting Colton’s story and I’m so ready for it.
Even Though I Knew the End – C.L. Polk (November 8th)
I actually already read and loved this one! And even reviewed it haha. It’s a short story published by Tordotcom and I usually love those so I get super excited about their new releases. This is both a mystery and a fantasy and a bit of a romance.
Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six – Lisa Unger (November 8th)
Six people rent a cabin and someone wants to ruin the weekend and get revenge for something that happened in the past. I’ve been enjoying adult mysteries more and more recently and this one sounds enjoyable!
Charm – Tracy Wolff (November 8th)
I’ve read all of the books in the Crave series so far and they’ve been so addicting. Charm is the next book, but is actually something that takes place earlier in the series. We’re finally going to find out what happened in the months Grace was trapped with Hudson.
Better Than Fiction – Alexa Martin (November 8th)
Our main character hates books and inherits her grandmother’s bookstore. That isn’t the best combination. It may work out though, because when an author meets Drew at his signing event he’s determined to get her to see the beauty of reading. I love the sound of this. A week or so ago I was invited to participate on the blog tour for Better Than Fiction, so keep an eye out for my review.
Reader, I Murdered Him – Betsy Cornwell (November 15th)
The title is the first thing that caught my eye and had me intrigued before knowing what it was going to be about. Reader, I Murdered Him takes place in Victorian England with a teenage vigilante. She takes revenge on her friends’ abusive suitors and tries to keep other women safe. This seems like it’ll make to be an interesting story.
The Do-Over – Lynn Painter (November 15th)
The Do-Over is another take on Groundhog Day. Except our main character repeats Valentine’s Day over and over again. Lynn Painter is an author I’ve come to love and she did it again with this story. I already read my e-arc this month and I’ll actually be posting my review tomorrow, so keep an eye out!
Astrid Parker Doesn’t Fail – Ashley Herring Blake (November 22nd)
Delilah Green Doesn’t Care is one of my favorite 2022 reads and I couldn’t have been happier when the author announced we would be getting Astrid’s book in the same year. Astrid wasn’t always likable in Delilah’s book, but there’s a lot more to her story. I can’t wait to read about her finding her happily ever after.
Two Wrongs Make a Right – Chloe Liese (November 22nd)
Chloe Liese was an author I was seeing everywhere when the fifth book in the Bergman Brothers series released. I flew through all five of those books earlier this year and knew I needed to read Two Wrongs Make a Right when I heard about it. This also had my favorite trope: fake dating! Yes, please!
Never Ever Getting Back Together – Sophie Gonzales (November 29th)
I have loved all of Sophie’s books I’ve read so far. And this one sounds amazing. A teen reality show, ex-girlfriends falling for each other, revenge, just a lot of things I love! I didn’t realise it was being released this soon and I can’t wait to read it.
The Two Doctors Górski – Isaac Fellman (November 29th)
Another tordotcom novella! And this is also a fantasy story, one that sounds amazing. We follow a medical student who can read minds and I am very intrigued. This is also about academic abuse and I can’t wait to delve into that more.
Five Survive – Holly Jackson (November 29th)
Holly Jackson wrote one of my favorite YA mystery series; A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder. So of course I’m interested in her newest release no matter what it’s about. But the premise of this one is also intriguing so I have very high hopes. 6 teens are cornered by a sniper on the road. One will not survive the night….
A Wilderness of Stars – Shea Ernshaw (November 29th)
I still haven’t read any book by Shea Ernshaw but Candyce has and loved them. This one sounds amazing and I love that the protagonist is a teen astronomer. While it’s a fantasy book the premise also reminds me of To be taught, if fortunate by Becky Chambers.
So these are the books we’re looking forward to in November! Did we miss any releases that you think we should know about? Let us know in the comments. We’d love to hear from you!