September 4: Top Ten Books On Your Fall TBR List
Okay, so September 22 officially marks the first day of Fall, and it ends on the Winter Solstice, which is December 21. I am absolutely thinking out loud here, because in my land of being a teacher, I often consider it fall when school starts. And I definitely don’t think of December as being a fall month, even though most of it is. I’m just weird like that. Still, in order to compile this list, I went with the “official definitions. Anything published between 9/22 and 12/21 is fair game.
In no order of preference, they are:
I’m ridiculously excited about this one. The cover, the description…I have a feeling this is going to be one heck of a debut.
My enjoyment of Ashes caught me entirely by surprise, and I’m dying to get my hands on the audiobook sequel, Shadows.
I loved the first two books in this series–I’m looking forward to a satisfying conclusion to Sophie’s story.
Okay, I admit it. Since I read the excerpt on KMM’s Facebook page, I’ve been dying to read this one. Though I have my fingers crossed for exactly zero first person narration by Dani.
One word: #NakedWerewolves.
This can’t help but be beautiful. After all, the first one was.
It’s Thea Harrison and Dragos. ‘Nuff said.
Considering how much I enjoyed Lothaire, and how large a part the Dacian lore played in it, I’m happy to revisit it. Plus, it’s KC!
Juliet Immortal was a surprise hit for me in 2011. I can’t say that Romeo did much for me in that one, but I’m willing to see him be redeemed by the love of a good woman. Or teenage girl. Whatever.
That’s it for me. What’s on your Fall TBR list?
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