Top Ten Tuesday | Most Anticipated Releases for the Last Half of 2020

Happy Tuesday, bloggers!

This year may be one of the toughest yet. So I haven’t stayed up to date with the next releases since many have been cancelled or rescheduled. But these titles I’m excited to read.

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 most anticipated releases for the last half of 2020.

Enjoy the read!

Court of Lions

I loved Mirage and was surprised it was a debut novel. Somaiya is a born writer. So there’s no chance that I’d let the sequel slip out of my hands.

 

Blood & Honey

Even though I’ve seen a few low-rating reviews, I still want to read Blood & Honey. I loved what Shelby created. So I’m eager to see what happens next.

 

The Silvered Serpent

Gilded Wolves broke me. It’s one of the best books I’ve ever read. So I’m excited to see my favourite band of misfit again.

 

Helpless

I’ve heard about the Steel Demons MC series for such a long time, but I didn’t take a chance on it until I bought myself a Kindle. I breezed through the first four books, and I’m dying to read Helpless.

 

Poison Throne

Royals of Arbon Academy is at the top of my list of favourite series. Jaymin and Tate have crafted an intriguing storyline. But that cliffhanger killed me, so I need to know what happens.

16 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | Most Anticipated Releases for the Last Half of 2020

  1. Great post! I really want to read Gilded Wolves! The cover of Silvered Serpents is beautiful 🥰 I’ve seen Blood and Honey around and I might pick that up as well

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