Happy March Everyone! We don’t know what the weather is like where you are but where we live it still appears to be the middle of winter. Here are a list of books that are perfect to read on a cold March night:
Girls with Sharp Sticks by Suzanne Young
Release Date: March 19th
I loved Suzanne Young’s The Program and A Need So Beautiful series. Her stories are incredible and the characters are wonderfully complex. I have high hopes for her new book about girls at a boarding school who are being trained to be beautiful and proper but their world changes when they uncover a dark secret….it sounds kind of awesome.
A Question of Holmes by Brittany Cavallaro
Release Date: March 5
Cavalloro’s Charlotte Holmes series is one of my favorite mystery series. I was genuinely sad when I thought the third book was the last we would see of Jamie and Charlotte but lucky us we get one more book! This time, Jamie and Charlotte have to solve the mystery around a series of accident that happen at Oxford where they are both attending a summer session. The book is going to filled with mystery and a little romance and I can’t wait.
In Another Life by C.C. Hunter
Release Date: March 26
I am a big fan of C.C. Hunter’s fantasy series but I loved any of her realistic fiction. However, I love books about people realizing they were kidnapped so when I read the description of In Another Life which is about a girl finding out that her parents may I actually be her kidnappers I put it at the top of my must-read list.
Far Away by Lisa Graff
Release Date:March 5th
I have liked many of the other Graff books I have read and several others appear on my TBR shelf. The kids come in and ask for her novels like Lost in the Sun for summer reading. The premise sounds extremely interesting. A young girl lives with her aunt, who is a traveling psychic medium. The main character, CJ, helps her aunt with her clients. However, things become difficult when a magician takes notice of CJ’s aunt and works to expose her as a fraud.
Quarantine: A Love Story by Katie Cicatelli-Kuc
Release Date: March 26th
I love books about epidemics and quarantines and this book has the added bonus of a love story. After visiting the Dominican Republic, two teens find themselves in quarantine when they return to America. They begin to develop feelings for each other, but is that only because they are the only two people in their quarantine world?
Dig by A.S. King
Release Date: March 26th
I love reading books by King. Even though the most recent books haven’t been my favorite, I will continue to read everything that King puts out. This seems to be a book about generations and family. It seems to discuss success and money. The description is a bit confusing, but I remain ever hopeful.