Happy Tuesday, bloggers!
Fall is quickly arriving, I’m trying to catch up on my Goodreads Challenge, and I feel as if this year is flying by too quickly. Life needs to slow down for a month or more so I can catch my breath.
Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. The next prompt is books on my TBR I’m avoiding and why. I am loving this topic. Why? Because I avoid so many titles that I’m not surprised my TBR list is this large.
I hope you love my choices! Have fun, everyone!
Girls of Paper and Fire
As a survivor, I have a difficult time picking up a book with sexual abuse in it. I open the book, I question what I’m doing, then I put it back onto my shelf. But I’ve heard a lot of readers who have said people need to read this book. So there’s that.
Queen Takes Knights
As I delve more into reverse harem, I’m careful about which books I purchase since I don’t have a Kindle. But I can’t escape the fact that readers have warned about certain scenes in the vampire-themed novel that I may not like. I’m still hesitant on it and not sure if I’ll ever read it.
Bright We Burn
I bought the book before it came out. I was eager to see what happens next. But ever since it arrived at my house, I was so worried about reading it because I know what happened in real life, so I know how this tale will end. And I’m not ready for it. I’m not ready to let go of these characters or this story.
Stalking Jack the Ripper
My blogger gang keeps telling me to read this series. But here I am, putting it on my TTT list. My expectations are high, and I don’t want them disappointed. I have a soft spot for historical fiction, so this needs to live up to a lot.
John Matthew has gone through so much pain and loss. And I have a sense of what will happen to him and Xhex. And I’m damn scared to read it. But I want to, do you know what I’m saying? I adore these two characters, and I want to know them more. They deserve their time as main characters.
A woman who’s a ghost watching four smoldering men. How can I not read this book? Again, Kindle. But also the fact that I expect this series to completely destroy me. I just hope Kristy can succeed such an act.
I haven’t read many dark high school romance books, so I’m not sure what to expect. However, I love Tate and her writing. And I have a thing about cars and illegal racing. So it’s meant to be, right?
If I don’t read this book, I think my blogger gang will disown me or bug me until I read it. So I don’t have much of a choice when it comes to the series. I’m a bit worried since I don’t find pestilence that sexy though, so I’ll see how this title turns out.