Most Wanted: March 2016

Posted February 29, 2016 by Debby in Most Wanted / 0 Comments

March already? Oh man. February was a busy whirlwind. But new month means new books, and there are some here that I’ve been waiting for for MONTHS. So YAY YAY YAY 🙂

March 1st

A Study in Charlotte Blood Passage

A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro: I just finished reading this and it’s DELIGHTFUL. It’s not quite at the same level as the Every series by Ellie Marney, but female Sherlock + male Watson? Very cool. And I shipped it.

Blood Passage by Heather Demetrios: Definitely the most skeptical of my picks here, but I liked the first book! It’s been ages though. I might wait for some reviews on this one. Also: why this cover change. Why. Why. Whyyyy.

March 8th

A Tyranny of Petticoats The Forbidden Orchid

A Tyranny of Petticoats edited by Jessica Spotswood: I don’t read anthologies often, but this one has an AWESOME title and premise. “15 stories of belles, bank robbers & other badass girls”? HECK yes. I’ve had this pre-ordered for MONTHS. I am excite.

The Forbidden Orchid by Sharon Biggs Waller: The mere mention of A Mad, Wicked Folly gets me BASICALLY foaming at the mouth. I love that book SO MUCH – and most of all I loved Waller’s lush, gorgeous writing. I can’t WAIT to have something new from her, and Chinese setting? Yes please!

March 15th

Right of First Refusal

Right of First Refusal by Dahlia Adler: HI DAHLIA, HI, YES, HI, I WANT THIS BOOK. ♥♥♥

March 22nd

The Skylighter

The Skylighter by Becky Wallace: EEE. This is up next for me to read and words cannot describe how excited I am! The Storyspinner was one of my favorite 2015 debuts… I think I might reread it first so I can fall in love all over again 🙂

March 29th

The Winner's Kiss The Great American Whatever

The Winner’s Kiss by Marie Rutkoski: I do like this series, but I’m not sitting comfortably in first class in the hype train, so… yeah. Curious about this. But I might put it off for a bit and then do a series binge in a couple months. Think that might be the best thing for me to do.

The Great American Whatever by Tim Federle: Ever since I saw Tim at the Kid’s Author Carnival a couple years ago, I’ve been wanting to read his books – he just has that kind of charisma and voice that is instantly attractive. Now with a YA title, I’m so down. I love how his stories are framed around the stage and screen. And I love this title.

Which March ’16 titles are you most excited about?

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