Bookish Item| Bookstagram Chooses My Next 4 Reads Part 3

So this year I’ve previously posted two posts about bookstagram choosing my TBR (Part 1 & Part 2). I’ve been mood reading lately, so I decided to do another one of these before I’ve gotten very far with the second post. That way I can choose what I want to read as I go along.

Here’s a little reminder what this is all about. These books can be anything except sequels of series I haven’t read yet and I can only veto one book. So let’s see what four books I get to read for this round!

Love, Theoretically – Ali Hazelwood

Ali Hazelwood wrote The Love Hypothesis and Love On the Brain and I loved both of these books. So when I saw Love, Theoretically in my bookstore last week I grabbed it right away. I can’t wait to see what characters we meet this time.

Kissing Kosher – Jean Meltzer

Kissing Kosher doesn’t release until the end of August, but I’m very grateful I received an eARC. I really enjoyed The Matzah Ball and I’m looking forward to read something new by this author. Our main character is dealing with chronic pain, so needs some help in her bakery. Except the guy she hires is technically a rival to get his hands on a recipe (his grandfather’s idea). This is going to get messy, but I’m pretty sure we’ll get a happily ever after!

The Love Wager – Lynn Painter

Lynn Painter is an amazing author and writes both adult and YA. I recently read Accidentally Amy and that reminded me why I love her books so much. The Love Wager recently released and I’m excited to sit down and read it. Hopefully I love this one too! I got an eARC of her next YA release as well, so I’ll read that after this book.

Forbidden Hearts – Corinne Michaels

Corinne Michaels is an author I’ve read a couple of books by, but have wanted to read more by. Forbidden Hearts is her newest release and the start of a new series. This is a single dad/nanny, age gap romance. I’ve heard readers are loving this book, so I’m glad this was the fourth book I stumbled upon.


I have to say it’s pretty funny that all four of these books are romances. Then again, I follow a lot of people who read romance. I own two of these books already and have an eARC of another, so that means I’m off to a good start. Have you read any of these? Which one should I read first? Let me know in the comments! I’d love to hear from you.

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