April TBR

With the exception of books that come in by request, my TBR is always changing. These are some of the books I have slated for this month. Some months, I finish the books super fast, and then I’m left organizing a new TBR. Let’s hope this is one of those months. So let’s see what’s on my reading list:

The Wife Who Knew Too Much, Michele Campbell
Domestic Thriller

A summer fling that re-emerges years later in the wake of a wealthy socialite’s death, and the husband at the center of it.

Sounds good, right? I started this last night so I’m not too far in yet. I can’t wait to see where this one goes.

Available for preorder on Amazon for $14.99, it releases June 9th.


The Lane Betrayal, John Heldt
Time Travel/Thriller/Romance

There are quite a few genres in this one. A physicist flees the present with his family to the relative safety of 1865. But they are being hunted, so with the end of the civil war in site, there will be little relief. I’m a fan of John’s books, so I’m looking forward to starting this one.

Available on Amazon for $3.99, it’s enrolled in KU.


The Fifth Doll, Charlie N. Holmberg

I recently read The Paper Magician series and I loved Charlie’s writing, so I wanted to get more of it. A woman agrees to marry a man her parents have chosen for her when she stumbles upon an odd set of nesting dolls in his house. Then things start to go awry…

Available on Amazon for 99 cents, it’s enrolled in KU.


The Order of the Key, Justine Manzano
YA/Urban Fantasy

This came to me as a paperback ARC. The premise is that a young teen learns her parents were part of a secret order of gifted humans protecting civilization from magical creatures. I’m really excited to start this one.

Paperback is available for preorder on Amazon for $18.95, releasing July 9th.


Flight of the Star, Evelyn Puerto

The only people that would risk breaking the rules and disappearing are the Riskers, they’re barbarians as feared as those who enforce the rules. But when Iskra’s friend disappears, she must seek out the Riskers to find them. This is the first book in a series (and I’m really hoping it doesn’t end on a cliffhanger, but we will see!)

Available on Amazon for $2.99


The Vacation, T.M. Logan
Domestic Thriller

Kate, her 3 best friends, and their families are on vacation. But Kate learns her husband is having an affair and the other woman is one of her friends. Now she must find out who it is amidst all the secrets. I requested this one because I’ve gotten into thrillers a lot lately and I love the rush of needing to find out what is going to happen.

Available for preorder on Amazon for $14.99, releasing July 21st.


A Curse So Dark and Lonely, Brigid Kemmerer

A cursed prince doomed to repeat his 18th year until he can get a girl to fall in love with him. A modern girl with only her brother, who suffers from cerebral palsy, and wants to be anywhere but in this strange land. I bought this in hardcover before we were ordered to self-isolate, so I’m looking forward to starting this one.

Available on Amazon for $6.09


So this is what I have planned for the next few weeks. I have a few reviews for books I’ve finished over the weekend that I will start posting tomorrow. Although my life hasn’t changed drastically because of Covid-19, I find myself reading even more than I already was.

Are you reading more or less now that we’re all stuck at home? Any upcoming or new releases you’re looking forward to?






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