Smutathon Winter 2020 TBR

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! In December, Riley and Lainey announced that there was going to be another round of Smutathon. This round is going from January 4-11 and it includes a mini bingo board with prompts on it. Personally, I’m going to try for a blackout even though I’m not sure if that’s going to happen. Either way, I’m going to try so let’s get into it!

I’m going to try to find a book for each challenge and hopefully, I end up reading all of them. ūüôā

Enemies to Lovers

This is actually the only one I wasn’t able to come up with a book for. I might end up finding something later but we’ll see lmao.

New-To-You Author


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For the first book I plan on reading, I’m going with¬†Desperate Measures by Katee Robert. I haven’t read anything by Katee Robert before so I honestly have no idea what to expect from it. I know that it’s Jasmine x Jafar smut so I’m anxious to see what I think of it. I know that a lot of people read it in the last round of Smutathon so I’m excited.

Recommended to You


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The book I chose for this prompt is¬†Let’s Get Textual¬†which was recommended to me by Ellyn. I haven’t read anything by Teagan Hunter before and I’m excited to see if I like it as much as Ellyn did. I have a post coming up later in the week

2019 Release

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This is another book that I’ve heard talked about a lot and that’s¬†Whipped¬†by Jenika Snow. This is a SUPER short novella that follows a romance between a business owner and a plus-sized woman I think. I don’t know much more about it but since it’s 160 pages, it’ll be a quick read.

Forbidden Romance

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For this one, I’m going with Birthday Girl by Penelope Douglas. I’ve never read anything by Penelope Douglas but this book sounds so interesting. It’s a romance between a girl and her boyfriend’s dad so I’d say that it’s forbidden or at least, unconventional. I’ve been hearing about this book for years so I’m excited to finally give it a chance.

Fake Dating/Marriage

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At first, this was going to be another blank prompt. Since I joined Kindle Unlimited, I decided to do some digging and I found The Loner’s Lady¬†by Jessa Kane. While the main couple doesn’t fake date, it is featured in the story. I think that’s close enough as it still features the trope. Either way, it’s super short so I figured why not?


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I had a lot of options for this one but eventually, I figured out what I wanted to read. I’ve heard good things about Chelsea M. Cameron’s f/f romances so I’m going to finally give one a try. I have the audiobook of this one so I’ll probably try to knock it out on one of my days off. I haven’t heard much about it so I’m curious to see if I like it. I think it’s an enemies-to-lovers romance so technically it could double up ūüėõ

Workplace Romance

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Going along with authors I haven’t read, I’m going to be reading Penny Wylder’s book¬†Filthy Boss¬†as this is another one I found on KU. Honestly, this wasn’t my first pick but I want short books so this is going to have to do. Regardless, I have a feeling that it’s going to be equal parts sweet yet steamy which I enjoy.

Out of Comfort Zone

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The last book on my list is¬†Ice Planet Barbarians by Ruby Dixon. I know that almost everyone in the romance booktube/book blogging world has read this so I knew I had to feature it. I know that it’s alien smut and some minor plot details but that’s all I want to know.

Those are the 8 books I have on my TBR for SmutAThon. I’m crossing my fingers that I get to all of them but we’ll see what happens. Honestly, I’d be happy to get to half of them lmao as it’s a new year. Regardless, these are my tentative plans for SmutAThon ūüėÄ

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December 2019 TBR

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! For December, I decided that I wanted to catch up on all the Christmas books I’ve been saving. There are a ton that has come out or series that have Christmas books that I want to get to. That’s what most of my TBR is going to be and as I mentioned in my wrap-up, I need to read at least 9 books. Let’s get into the books I want to read. ūüėÄ

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1. One Hot December (Men at Work #3)

If you’ve been reading my wrap-ups, then you know that I’ve been working my way through this series. The final book in the series is set during Christmas and I think that it follows a welder and the relationship she has with her boss. Personally, I’m excited to finish this series and see if it ends up being as good as the previous 2 books.


2. The Afterlife of Holly Chase

One of the books I’ve been saving for December is¬†The Afterlife of Holly Chase¬†by Cynthia Hand. For my birthday, Ellyn got this for me and I’ve been eagerly waiting to read it. I know that it’s a modern retelling of Christmas Carol and that the main character is an absolute brat so I’m excited to see if I end up loving it. I know that Ellyn likes it so I’m hoping that I’m going to enjoy it.

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3. Hoops Holiday (Hoops #2.5)

I finally caught on the¬†Hoops¬†series this month and I forgot that there was a Christmas novella in between the 2nd and 3rd books. I got a bit of a preview of that relationship in the last book and I’m excited to see how their relationship develops. Personally, it sounds like it’s going to be a dream come true (for me!) and I can’t wait to see what happens with Decker.


4. 10 Blind Dates

If there’s one book that been on everyone’s radar this holiday season, it’s¬†10 Blind Dates¬†by Ashley Elston. I’ve never read anything by Ashley Elston and I’m excited to see if I end up enjoying this. I know that it’s set during Christmas and features a girl who is getting over a breakup and the 10 blind dates her family set up for her. It sounds like a fun premise and I can’t wait to see if it lives up to the hype for me.


5. Blitzed (Playbook #3)

Geez Louise, I almost forgot to add this book. I read the 2nd book in the Playbook¬†series and this is the only one that might knock it off the top spot. I know that this book follows one of the side characters from the first two books and I can’t wait to see her story. I’m not sure if it’s a second chance romance or hate-to-love. Either way, it’s Alexa Martin so I know I’m going to love it lmao.


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Contemporary-A-Thon Weekend TBR

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! Earlier this week, I talked about my love for the Contemporary-A-Thon which is a read-a-thon that focuses on just reading contemporary books. Two of the hosts, Chelsea, and Julie decided to do a special round this year to commemorate them being friends for 3 years so they came up with a weekend version of the Contemporary-A-Thon.

The weekend round is taking place from November 22th until November 24th. Unlike the previous rounds, there aren’t any challenges. Instead, it’s basically your chance to read whatever you want as long as it’s contemporary. Since it’s only a weekend round, I’m going to try to keep my TBR pretty short and only focus on books that I really do want to read.

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1. Her Naughty Holiday (Men at Work #2)

The first book on my TBR is one that I’ve eagerly been anticipating. I read the first book in the series last month and since this one is a Thanksgiving romance, this one is perfect for this time of year. I really enjoyed the previous book and I can only that this one is every bit as sweet and smutty as the last one. I know that both Julie and Chelsea really liked it, too so that’s an added bonus.

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2. Hook Shot (Hoops #3)

The other book on my TBR is¬†Hook Shot¬†which is the 3rd book in the¬†Hoops¬†series. I read the 2nd book earlier this month and it’s made me want to read this one even more. What better time than a weekend read-a-thon? Originally, I wasn’t going to put this one on my TBR since it’s over 400 pages but I figured what the hell? If I end up reading both, then then I will have cleared them off my TBR which is what matters.

This book follows 2 of the side characters from the first two books and I’m anxious to see how their relationship develops. There was a small scene in the last book so I’m curious to see how everything plays out for them. I’m crossing my fingers that I end up enjoying it so I can continue on to her new series. ūüôā

While this is a pretty short TBR, I’ll basically just be happy if I end up finishing¬†Hook Shot¬†because it’s such a long book. If I don’t get to¬†Her Naughty Holiday, I won’t lose any sleep lmao. It would be nice to be able to get them both done, though. Anyways, those are the 2 books I plan on reading for the weekend edition of Contemporary-A-Thon. ūüôā

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November 2019 TBR

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! I can’t believe that it’s November and time for another reading month to start. It doesn’t feel like I’ll be making my best-of list next month lmao. Regardless, the year has almost come to a close so I’m deciding to do something a little bit different.

This month, I decided to participate in Kathy’s “Remember November” challenge. It’s basically all about remembering all the goals, lists or challenges you set up for yourself earlier in the year and trying to fulfill them. For me, I wrote a list of 10 books I wanted to read in 2019 which I’m not going to tackle but rather, focusing on my top 5 Tuesday post as inspiration.

In particular, I’m going to focus on my Top 5 Books I NEED to Read in 2019.¬† I did give it a valiant effort and read 2 of the 5 but I want to read the rest of them so let’s get into them and any other books I plan on reading!

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1. Pride

This book has been on my radar forever and I’ve used every excuse in the book not to pick it up. Since looking at that post though, I’ve really wanted to read it. Thankfully, my library has both the e-book and the audiobook so I’ll have my pick. I think I might go with the audiobook since Elizabeth Acevedo narrates it which is guaranteed to be a great reading experience. Plus one of my fantasy football friends just read it and liked it so I’m taking her word plus Meeghan‘s for it. ūüėČ

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2. A Very Large Expanse of Sea

This is a book that got a lot of hype last year and since then, I’ve been eagerly anticipating reading it. Earlier this year, I tried listening to the audiobook but I think I just didn’t like the narrator so I returned it. With that being said, I plan on checking this out on ebook from my library. I know this book focuses on a Muslim teen in high school after the 9-11 attacks and it’s basically a coming-of-age story…I think. Regardless, it sounds like a powerful read.

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3. A Heart in a Body in the World

As far as books on this list, this is one that I’m most excited yet nervous about. I’ve never read anything by Deb Caletti but I know this book follows a girl who is running to Washington DC from Washington state I believe to advocate for stricter gun law. I might be wrong, but I think that’s how everyone has described it. Everyone I’m friends with on Goodreads that reviewed it said about how powerful it is so I think it’ll be a good chilly November read.

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4. Block Shot (Hoops #2)

If there’s one book I’ve been dragging my feet on, it’s this one. I read¬†Long Shot¬†in 2018 and I enjoyed it even though it was a tough read. However, I did take a break in the middle of¬†Long Shot¬†and ended up waiting a while to pick it back up. That’s part of the reason why I’m so hesitant about reading this one but I’m going to stop dragging my feet finally. In November, I’m going to read this and hopefully, love it. ūüėõ

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5. Breaking Dawn (Twilight #4)

Tentatively, I’m adding this one to my TBR because I know Ellyn and I are planning on reading it. What I don’t know is when so I could have already finished this by the time this post goes up. Either way, I wanted to include it since we’re planning on finishing the series before 2020 gets here. ūüôā

Those are all the books I plan on reading in November and I’m super excited to finally get to these. I’m crossing my fingers that they all end up being solid reads.

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October 2019 TBR

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! Today, I’m going to be talking about all the books I want to read in October. Honestly, this is going to be a pretty busy reading month for me as I have some buddy-reads planned with Ellyn and 2 spookier books that I’ve been saving from my physical TBR. Plus I want to try to listen to an audiobook this month since I’ve been missing that.

I was originally going to do a read-a-thon but I haven’t found one that I absolutely love or feel really compelled to do. At first, I thought that Mandy and Sha did theirs in October but now it’s in September so I missed out on that one but oh well. That being said, let’s get into the books I plan on reading. ūüėÄ


1. Eclipse

If you’ve been following me, then you know that Ellyn and I have been buddy-reading the¬†Twilight¬†series together. We took a little break in September but now we’re back and plan to read the 3rd book in the series. I think the two of us have really been enjoying our reread although our thoughts (and ratings!) have differed wildly. Either way, I’m excited to revisit this one and see how I feel about it now.

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2. Briar U series

Speaking of buddy reads, I’m also going to be buddy-reading the¬†Briar U¬†series with Ellyn. She suggested that we buddy-read this series together a while ago and I was down immediately. I’ve only read¬†The Deal¬†by Elle Kennedy so I’m excited to read some of her newer books. If I remember correctly, we’re reading all 3 books and I’m not sure if there’s going to be more released or not but either way, this is right up my alley.


3. Sorcery of Thorns 

Since it’s October, this is one of the books I decided to save since the cover looks pretty spooky. I’m not normally a fantasy reader, but my friend Lysette got me this book for my birthday. Even though she knows I’m not a big fantasy reader, she said that I would probably enjoy this. Of course, I’m going to give it a chance and see if I end up liking this book. It’s a chunky book too so we’ll see how it goes with the other books I’m reading.


4. Capturing the Devil

Finally, I’m going to pick up¬†Capturing the Devil. I don’t mention it much, but the¬†Stalking Jack the Ripper¬†is one of my favorite series and I’m excited to see how the series concludes. I read¬†Becoming the Dark Prince¬†last month and really enjoyed it so I’m anxious to see what happens in the final installment. This is easily my most anticipated read this month and I hope it ends up being as great as the other installments.


5. The Wallflower Wager

The last book on my October TBR is a hold that I have at the library. I put a hold on this book forever ago and it’s finally coming off this month.¬†Girl Meets Duke¬†is easily my favorite series by Tessa Dare and I’m super excited to read more of it. The premise seems super fun and I can’t wait to see what happens in this book. Maybe if I love it, I’ll do a re-read of the rest of the series. ūüôā

Those are the 5 books I have on my TBR for October. Technically it’s more since Ellyn and I are reading the whole series, but you know what I mean. I also have another book from the library but I’m not sure when I’m going to finish that one. Either way, those are all the books I plan on reading in October!

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September 2019 TBR

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! Even though September is already underway, I knew I had to post a TBR. To be completely honest, I’ve already finished one book this month and I plan on starting another one. However, I knew I wanted to post a TBR even though it’s going to be short since Contemporary-A-Thon is at the end of this month. I’ll do a separate TBR for that. ūüôā

Anways, I know that this is going to be a short TBR so let’s get into it!


1. A Question of Holmes

As I mentioned in my Top 5 Tuesday post, this is the only book we have left in the series and I’m super HYPED to finish this series. We read the rest of the series in August so I’ll be excited to see how it concludes. Personally, I have pretty high expectations since I really enjoyed the 3rd book. Then again, we’ll see what Brittany Cavallaro decides to do ūüėõ

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2. The Wedding Party

A few books I have on hold at the library are finally coming off and the one I currently have out is¬†The Wedding Party.¬†I’ll be honest that I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with Jasmine Guillory’s books. So far, I disliked¬†The Wedding Date and thought¬†The Proposal¬†was alright so I’m not sure how I’ll feel about¬†The Wedding Party. I’m crossing my fingers that this one will finally be the one for me, though.

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3. Becoming the Dark Prince

The last book on my TBR is one that I’ve been putting off for absolutely no reason as I love this series. However, the conclusion of¬†the¬†Stalking Jack the Ripper¬†series is coming out so I want to be finished with everything else including the novellas. Actually, this is the only thing I have left to read before¬†Capturing the Devil¬†so I really need to get on this and I think I have the perfect opportunity for it when I go to visit my friend next weekend.

This is a relatively short TBR but those are all the books I plan on reading in September not including Contemporary-A-Thon reads. I’m super excited about Contemporary-A-Thon and I can’t wait to participate as I did in the last three rounds, I think.

Anyways, I’d love to know your thoughts if you’ve read any of these books! ūüėÄ

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August 2019 TBR

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! After a hugely productive July, I’m ready to take it slow when it comes to reading in August. Plus it’s my birthday so I’m only planning on reading books that I REALLY want to read. No sense in wasting my time with books that I don’t absolutely love during my birthday month.

Add in that it’s my Jonas Brothers concert, too. I’m just excited about everything all around so let’s get into the books I plan on reading in August!


1. The Charlotte Holmes series by Brittany Cavallaro

In August, I’m doing 3 buddy-reads. The first of which is going to be the first 3 books in¬†the Charlotte Holmes¬†series by Brittany Cavallaro. I’ve never read these books before and I’m excited to be buddy-reading them with Jenna from Bookmark Your Thoughts. Jenna and I are reading the first book while Sofia from Bookish Wanderess is reading books 2-4 with us.

Mostly, I’m just excited to see if I end up liking this book and see if the other ladies share similar reactions. Overall, it’s just going to be a fun time. ūüėÄ


2. New Moon (Twilight #2) by Stephenie Meyer

As mentioned in my wrap-up, I said that Ellyn and I are going to be buddy-reading the¬†Twilight¬†series. I’m especially excited for this book though as I was firmly on Team Jacob so I’m curious to see my reactions to this book now. Maybe it might be a little bit too relatable since I got broken up with this year. However, I’m always happy to buddy-read with Ellyn ‚̧


3. The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai

The last buddy read I’m doing for August is of¬†The Right Swipe¬†by Alisha Rai. I saw that Melanie and Amy picked this for their Dragons & Tea Book Club so I decided to join in as I already have it preordered. I honestly don’t know much about this book and I’m excited to read it with everyone and see our reactions. ūüôā

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4. The rest of the Sugar Baby series by Rebekah Weatherspoon

Before I cancel my Scribd subscription, I want to read the rest of Rebekah Weatherspoon’s¬†Sugar Baby¬†series. They’re basically novella-length and are featuring the same two characters from the first book. I can’t wait to see what happens next with these two and if I’m going to end up, enjoying this series as a whole.


5. The Perfect Date by Evelyn Lozada

I decided to buy this book to use up the rest of my gift card and I’m honestly excited about it. I know the reviews aren’t super positive but I’m going in with moderate expectations. I think it features baseball as the main plot-point and I love baseball so I’m crossing my fingers. Either way, I wanted to save this for August as I’ve been highly anticipating it.


6. Fix Her Up by Tessa Bailey

The last book on my August TBR is one that everyone’s been raving about on Booktube and I’m finally going to read it. I think this book features the friends-to-lovers trope which is one of my favorites. Plus the love interest is a retired baseball player and THAT IS MY SHIT so yes, I’m excited. It’s also steamy which is honestly all I need to hear so yeah, I’m SO hyped for this one.

Those are all the books I plan on reading in August although I’m sure I’ll probably squeeze in a few more. Guess we’ll have to wait and see but for right now, those are my tentative plans. ūüôā

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July 2019 TBR

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! I feel like there are so many read-a-thons going on in the summer. For July, I don’t think I’m participating in any but if you know of some, please let me know. Last month, I participated in smutathon and really loved it. If anything, it helped spark my reading and get me out of the slump I’ve been in such April.

That being said, I did buy a few books in June. (What book ban???) Lmao but I also have a few books I’d like to take out of the library too. Basically, I’m just going with the flow for my reading. Although I do have a few books I’d like to read that I featured in my Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag.

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1. Somewhere Only We Know

Starting with my library books, a book I have coming off hold soon is¬†Somewhere Only We Know¬†by Maurene Goo. If I’m remembering correctly, this is a YA contemporary romance between a K-pop singer and a paparazzi. I’ve read 2 of Maurene Goo’s other books and really enjoyed them so I figured why not give this one a shot? Plus it seems like a good summery contemporary.

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2. Let Me Hear A Rhyme

The second book coming off hold soon is¬†Let Me Hear A Rhyme¬†by Tiffany D. Jackson. I got this one on audio since it’s a book all about music. I don’t know much about this but the cover intrigued me so I decided to put a hold on it. I’ve only read¬†Allegedly¬†by Tiffany D. Jackson so I’m excited to see if I enjoy this one as much.

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3. Pulling Doubles (Wright Brothers #2)

Last month, I picked up the first book in the series on audio and liked it. In July, I’m deciding to continue the series and I’m excited to see Joseph Jr’s story. I loved watching Rece and Jason’s relationship develop so I’m hoping this one is every bit as good. If I like this book, then it might cement Christina C. Jones as one of my new favorite authors. I’m just crossing my fingers that it ends up being as good. ūüėõ

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4. We Are Never Meeting In Real Life

I made a goal to read more non-fiction in 2019 and I haven’t really done that. I knew I had to feature a non-fiction book on this list. This is a book I’ve had my eye on for a while and it seems like the perfect time. I don’t know if it’s because of the cover or the blurb from Roxane Gay but this book looks hilarious. Maybe someone else reviewed it or something but I’m excited to finally get to it.

Even though I know I’ll read more in the month, those are just some of the books I want to pick up. I have a stack of romance books I bought so I’ll probably dive into those. I’m just excited that I have my reading mojo back and I don’t want to jinx myself. Lmao

What are you planning to read in July? Be sure to let me know in the comments!

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Smutathon & June 2019 TBR

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! Since I didn’t exactly get everything I wanted read in May, this is going to be my time to catch up. If you don’t follow me on Twitter, then you missed out because 3 of my books came in damaged. That being said, I have to go to the store and return them so I can finally read them.

Basically, that throws a huge monkey wrench in my Smutathon TBR because I planned on reading at least 2 for challenges. Instead, I’m going to try and figure out another game plan so this TBR for Smutathon is very tentative.

This round of the Smuthathon is taking place from June 3-9. The focus is to read smutty adult romance books. Personally, that’s one of my favorite genres so this is going to be easy for me. This round, Riley and Lainey came up with a bingo board to follow so I think I’m going to try for traditional bingo.

If I can get all of these right, I think I’m going to go diagonal. Starting with New To You Author and over to Finish a book in one day.

  • New-To-You Author:¬†The Deal¬†by Elle Kennedy
  • Out Of Your Comfort Zone:¬†The King Of Bourbon Street¬†by Thea de Salle
  • Read A Host’s Favorite Romance:¬†Hate To Want You¬†by Alisha Rai
  • Finish a book in one day:¬†Kissing Tolstoy¬†by Penny Reid

It took me a little while to come up with books to fulfill each prompt. However, I’m crossing my fingers that I can get to all of them!

In addition to my books for smutathon, I have a handful of other books that I want to get to.


First up is¬†Red, White, and Royal Blue¬†since my copy came in damaged. Once I get a new copy, I’m finally going to buddy read it with Jenna!


At the library, I have a hold on¬†With The Fire On High. I loved Elizabeth Acevedo’s debut so I’m excited to read her second outing. I have this in ebook format but if I like it enough, I’m going to go for the audiobook.


Another book I have on hold is¬†Stars Above. I think this is a short story collection about the characters from¬†The Lunar Chronicles. Ellyn said this was the last thing we have left until we finish the series. Sadly, our buddy-read is coming to an end ūüė¶


If I’m not burnt out on romance, I want to read the next book in the¬†Hoops¬†series by Kennedy Ryan. This works out great because the NBA finals are going on and I’ve been thinking about reading this for months. I just never pulled the trigger and I think it’s finally time!

This is a really tentative TBR because I’m not sure what I’m going to be in the mood for in June. I really do plan on finishing all those books for smutathon, though. I might end up trying to squeeze in another read or two. We’ll see. ūüôā

Are you participating in Smutathon? What are you reading? I’d love to know so I can get some recommendations!

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May 2019 TBR

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! I don’t know if it’s just me but I feel like May is going to be a good month. Hopefully, the pool will be open soon and I’ll be able to relax and read on the deck. With it getting warm out, I love to read outside and May is the perfect time to start. ūüôā

For me, May is going to be a catchup month. I really took a step back in April and I’m ready to jump back into it. There are so many books coming out that I want to and books on my TBR I still have to read. However, my goal for this month is to read at least 6 books. Maybe more if I feel like pushing myself lmao.


1. Wild Blue Wonder

This is like the 3rd or 4th TBR I’ve put this book on. Regardless, I really do plan on reading it but haven’t been in the mood yet. It has such a spring/summery cover that it would be perfect to read in May. I’m pretty sure this book is contemporary with some magical realism in it. No matter, I do plan on finally getting it read this month.


2. Fumbled (Playbook #2)

This is another one I’m embarrassed to admit I haven’t read. Last season, I loved Alexa Martin’s debut novel,¬†Intercepted. In April, its sequel came out and I still have yet to pick it up. I did mention it in my Top 5 Tuesday post so I figured that would motivate me but nope. If I don’t read any other books this month, I HAVE to read this one.


3. Red, White & Royal Blue

Is anyone surprised by this one? Doubtful as this book has been taking over both Booktube and the book blogging world. Everyone loves it and I’ve been hearing about it for what feels like months. Thankfully, I’m going to be buddy-reading this with Jenna from Bookmark Your Thoughts. She’s one of my favorite people and friends so I’m excited about our first buddy read.


4. Winter (The Lunar Chronicles #4)

Speaking of buddy-reading, I’m pretty sure that Ellyn and I are going to finish our buddy read of¬†The Lunar Chronicles¬†in May. We started it in February I think so it’s been a few months. I feel like I’ve invested so much into this series and I’m anxious to see how it wraps up. If the conclusion is good, this could end up being one of my new favorite series. ūüôā

Those are all the books I’m committed to read. I’m hoping that I can get back to my normal reading month with at least 10 books. We’ll see if that ends up happening but I’m crossing my fingers. ūüôā

What books do you plan on reading in May?

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