Monthly TBR: April 2019

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Happy April!
It’s a new month,which means a new “To-Be-Read” pile.
Below is a photo of the books I plan to read this month.
Have you read any of these books yet? What did you think?



What books are listed on your April TBR?

Happy Reading!

Treat Yo Shelf: March 2019 Recap


March 2019: Monthly Recap

Welcome to my monthly recap post, in which I highlight the books I read in the last month, bookish items I acquired, book events I attended, bookish news, and/or subscription boxes I received this month.

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With a Kindle Unlimited subscription, I once again binge read a lot of contemporary romance this month. But here are a few of my favorite books I read in March.

Gah! This story was perfection. I was swooning so hard over Rory and Nash’s relationship. I loved their banter and their chemistry was so sweet and steamy. Just thinking about Rory’s fierceness and Nash’s foul mouth makes me want to fall in love with their relationship all over again!

Check out my full review here.

This was a reread for me. I adore Jenn Bennett’s books, and I wanted to fall in love with this story all over again. Check out my full review here.

This is the last book of a series (a series I have not fully read yet…oops…I’m reading books out of order, lol). But the synopsis caught my eye and I was told I could read the books out of order or even just as stand-alone. The love story is very cute and I enjoyed all the cute banter.

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Check out my full review here.

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publishers and authors

Thank you to Sarah Barley and Flatiron Books for sending me Finale by Stephanie Garber along with some amazing manuscripts to read and review.

Thank you to Imprint Books and Fierce Reads for sending me a review copy of Symptoms of a Heart Break. I look forward to reading and reviewing it.
I’m always down for a good rom-com. 

monthly raves

March’s Uppercase Box


Fox and Wit’s The Priory of the Orange Tree Box


March’s #YAWRC2019 Book Pick

As a partner and a #YAWRC2019 Ambassador, I received the March pick, The Tesla Legacy, from BookSparks




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How did you treat your shelves in March?

Top 5 Wednesday: Books You Want to Read Before the End of the Year

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TOP 5 WEDNESDAY is a weekly meme created by Lainey @ GingerReadsLainey and is currently hosted by Samantha @ Thoughts on Tomes. Every Wednesday a new topic is listed on the Goodreads group, and you list your top 5 books related to the particular topic.

This week’s topic is…

 Books You Want to Read Before the End of the Year


I’ve heard people raving about this book, but I’ve also heard that this book made people cry. I want to read this book, but I also don’t want to cry. See I’m in a conundrum here. Hopefully, before the end of the year, I’m in a mindset that has prepared me to read The Serpent King


Stalking Jack the Ripper has been on my radar for quite a while, and I have been lucky to be invited to be part of the book’s blog tour. I cannot wait to read this one soon! 


I love Ilona Andrews’ Kate Daniel series. Whenever a new Kate Daniels book shows up, I buy it, read it in one day, and then patiently wait for the next book in the series. If you love urban fantasy, a sassy and strong heroine, and awesome banter between two crazy-about-each-other-characters, definitely pick up this series. 


Kristen Simmons is one of my favorite authors in the YA community. I cannot wait to read her new book, Metaltown, and rave about how awesome she is some more. Plus this cover is artistically BEAUTIFUL. 


HOLY MOTHER OF BOOKS, DAT COVER! I am a cover fanatic, and yes, I will buy a book based off its cover, even if I do not know the synopsis. But I’ve read this synopsis of this book, and it just makes me want to read it even more. The synopsis had me at, “Thrust into the glamour of Victorian London…” GIMME! GIMME! GIMME!

What books do you hope to read before the end of the year?