Tuesday, September 3, 2019

What I'm Reading Next (25)


I'm so torn this month. On one hand, I'd like to read all the beach reads I didn't get to this summer and on the other hand, I am ready for all the fall reads. I especially gravitate towards historical fiction in the fall and anything atmospheric.  Here's what is on my TBR list this month.




Mistress of the Ritz by Melanie Benjamin - This novel is based on the real-life American woman who worked at the Ritz and secretly worked for the French Resistance during WWII.





Secrets of the Mist by Kate Ryder - This is a timeslip novel that takes place in England. Yes, please!





The First Lady and the Rebel by Susan Higginbotham - I love that this book focuses on the Todd sisters and how they were on opposites sides during the Civil War. 


There are so many books I didn't get to this summer, so since my review schedule for September is pretty light, I am going to throw in as many of these titles as possible.




Realm by Alexandrea Weis - This novel tells the story of Roxana, Alexander the Great's wife.  I love novels that feature stories about women that are often overshadowed by their husband.





The Orphan's Song by Lauren Kate - I really like the setting of Venice in the 1700s and I am excited to read Kate's first adult novel.





The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman - Everyone seemed to enjoy this book this past summer and I am excited to find what all the buzz is about. It seems many bookworms can relate to this bookish introvert!





The Birthday Girl by Melissa de la Cruz - I love a good thriller filled with secrets from the past.





The Royal Secret by Lucinda Riley - This one is about a journalist who discovers secrets surrounding the British monarchy.





A Nantucket Wedding by Nancy Thayer - I'm holding onto the beach reads as long as I can! This paperback just came out this summer and I am excited to revisit Nantucket.


What books do you plan to read this month?  Let me know in the comments below.  

4 comments:

  1. Nina Hill was very charming, and Mistress of the Ritz is on my TBR! So many of these look great, happy reading!

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    1. I am looking forward to Nina Hill. It seems like so much fun! Thanks for visiting, Angela!

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  2. Oh yes. Nina Hill is so awesome. You should definitely read that.

    Your stack looks pretty good. I'm looking forward to your review of The First Lady and the Rebel.

    Happy Reading!

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    1. I hope to read it this month! Fingers crossed I find the time. Thanks, Joy, and thanks for dropping by!

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