Bookish Item| March TBR

It’s the end of the February and it’s time to talk about some of the books I hope to read in March. Getting sick in February and letting myself mood read made me realize I really enjoy just picking up what I’m feeling at the moment. So this is going to be a smaller monthly TBR, because I do have some buddy reads and a couple of ARCs I need to pick up. Let’s take a look!

Group Reads/Buddy Reads

Kingdom of the Feared – Kerri Maniscalco

As I’m typing this I’m reading Kingdom of the Cursed and I already know I’m going to need Kingdom of the Feared when I’m done. This is the third book in the trilogy and I’m excited to finish another series next month.

Do I Know You? – Emily Wibberley & Austin Siegemund-Broka

I’ve read one YA book by this author duo and have wanted to read more. Do I Know You? is an adult romance, but sounds like something I’ll love. A couple is celebrating their fifth anniversary, but their marriage isn’t doing great. Someone mistakes them for strangers and introduces them, so they decide to play along. This gets them connecting again, but will that be enough?

Seven Faceless Saints – M.K. Lobb

Seven Faceless Saints is a dark fantasy with a murder-mystery twist. I have to say that’s the first thing that caught my attention. It’s described as perfect for fans of Leigh Bardugo and Kerri Maniscalco, so I think it’ll be up my alley.

Glint – Raven Kennedy

After typing this I’ll be finishing Gild and I’m loving it more than I expected. Quite a few people told me the first book isn’t as good as the rest of the series, so that may have helped. I can’t wait to start Glint next week.


A Witch’s Guide to Fake Dating – Sarah Hawley

When a witch accidentally summons a demon she freaks out and says she’s dating him. I love stories with witches and fake dating. The main character sounds like she’ll be fun as well, because even being the most powerful witch in centuries she’d rather bake and garden than brew potions. I’m smiling just reading the synopsis, so hopefully the book is just as fun.

Sweet Memory – LJ Evans

LJ Evans is one of my favorite authors and I’ve been anxiously awaiting the Painted Daisies series. We got a glimpse of a few characters in a previous book and I know I’m going to love it. Sweet Memory releases on March 15th and I’m on LJ’s blogger team, so I can’t wait to get my hands on this book a little early.

Things We Hide From the Light – Lucy Score

Lucy Score is an author that’s loved and after reading Maggie Moves On I can understand why. So I decided it’s time to read more by her. Things We Hide From the Light is technically the second book in the series, but can be read as a standalone. And look at this pretty cover!

Backlist Books

Like I have for the past few months I choose 3 random physical books from my backlist. I’ve actually enjoyed almost all of the books I’ve read so far from my backlist, so I’m loving this!

The New Girl – Jesse Q. Sutanto

After reading a YA thriller this month that was a bit disappointing, I’m hoping to pick one up now that works better for me. I loved Jesse Q. Sutanto’s Dial A for Aunties and I’m curious to see how she writes a YA thriller. The academy our main character goes to seems to have lots of secrets and I don’t think they’ll appreciate her unmasking them.

Anatomy: A Love Story – Dana Schwarz

I’m actually really glad my random generator picked Anatomy: A Love Story. I wanted to read this anyways. I have an eARC of the sequel releasing at the end of February. I’ve heard so many great things about it.

Far From the Tree – Robin Benway

When this book was first released I remember it was being pitched as a story for fans of This is Us. I loved that show and really want to read Far From the Tree. Our main character was adopted at birth and learns she’s a middle child. After putting up her own baby for adoption she decides to try and find her family. I have a feeling this book is going to be emotional, but amazing.


So if you’ve been following my TBRs you’ll notice that this is a lot smaller than my normal TBRs. I also have two weeks off in March, so I’ll hopefully be reading a lot! Have you read any of these? Or what are you planning on reading in March? Let me know in the comments! I’d love to hear from you!

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