Yeah yeah. I know I am a little late on this post. May was a crazy month for me and I completely forgot about this monthly little thing I have started doing.
In my defense. Doing this after May is over gives me a chance to see what books did indeed come out in May and give me time to read them if I have arcs of them.
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∇Legendary by Stephanie Garber: I know what you guys are thinking. But honestly, I am still excited for this. I was so hooked on that cliffhanger that I have to know more about what is going on. I have a need to understand this crazy world.
→ release date: May 29
∇ Jane Seymour by Alison Weir: This is the Queen I most want to learn more about. All I know about her is she was the one to give Henry his beloved son and that her life was cut tragically short because of it. I am loving this series in general and Alison Weir is my go to gal for history.
→release date: May 15
∇ Fatal Throne by Candace Fleming: This has come up on Goodreads as a suggestion for something I might like due to my love for historical fiction. It sounds interesting and I’ve been meaning to get back into historical fiction books thanks to the Royal Wedding.
→release date: May 1
∇ The Cast by Danielle Steel: Oh look. Another Danielle Steel book. I haven’t really read the synopsis and honestly don’t even care. I will read whatever that woman throws at me. Even her grocery list.
→ release date: May 15
∇ What You Want To See by Kristen Lepionka: I actually read this book and I LOVED IT. Roxane is my queen and I will nobody disrespecting my bisexual private investigator. Not in this house.
→ release date: May 1
∇ Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman: I know what you guys are thinking. Lacy, you should have read this by now. Well, you know. I don’t have a reason. However, I have this book sitting on my Kindle thanks to Overdrive and you bet I’m going to be reading it here in the next week.
→ release date: May 3
∇ Paper Paradise by Erin Watt: I am such trash for this series, yall have no idea. I know it’s problematic and horribly cheesy but sometimes we all need a little bit of cheese in our life. Don’t @ me, I’m excited for this.
→release date: May 2