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August 30th: Which books are you looking forward to reading this fall? (Sept-Nov)
The following is list of ebooks and audiobooks I plan to read during September through November. Some of the titles are carryovers from my summer list since I didn’t get to them all. Additionally, I’m making an effort not to pick up anymore new-to-me review titles during the end of the year so I can get to more of my TBR. I also need to find a few titles for the Romance Reading Challenge (“Lord” in the title, LGBTQ- started but DNF’d, “Scot” in the title, and Someone riding a horse on the cover). I don’t know if I’ll get in all of those titles.
Eagle Eye by Alyssa Day (TBR)
Witchful Thinking by Celestine Martin (review)
Legacy Witches by Cass Kay (review)
Partners in Crime by Alisha Rai (review)
The Stand-Up Groomsman by Jackie Lau (review)
Flirting with Danger Blown Away by Cara Bristol (TBR)
Archangel’s Resurrection by Nalini Singh (review)
Sugar Plum Spies by Jennifer Estep (review)
Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn, Narrated by Jane Oppenheimer, Christina Delaine (review)
Grumpy Fake Boyfriend by Jackie Lau, Narrated by David Lee Huynh, Vivienne Moon Yi (review)
The Secret of Bow Lane by Jennifer Ashley (TBR)
King of Midnight by Lara Adrian, Narrated by Hillary Huber (review)
Eclipse the Moon by Jessie Mihalik, Narrated by Frankie Corzo (TBR)
Clean Sweep [Dramatized Adaptation] by Ilona Andrews, Narrated by full cast (TBR)
The Heartstriker series by Rachel Aaron, Narrated by Vikas Adam (TBR)