What's on my TBR pile?

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Since Christmas, my TBR pile has just kept growing and growing! So much so, that I feel like I need at least two weeks to just sit down and catch up. I have a few blog tours coming up, a few reviews to write and then there's the books I want to read because they caught my eye. So many books, so little time!!


I'm happiest when I have my nose in a book. To the point where, in recent years, if i'm not in the middle of one or about to start one, I feel lost. I'm also happy when i'm talking about them, which is why today I thought I would share with you my TBR pile, as well as, what i'm currently reading. You may get a few ideas for your next read! 

Current read:


Lara Temple - Lord Ravenscar's Inconvenient Betrothal.  
It's historical romance. It's Lara Temple. It's so, so good.

TBR Pile:


The Property Brothers - It takes two.
A couple of years ago, when we had cable in our apartment in KY, I got addicted to The Property Brothers TV show. I hadn't seen it for a while but then got addicted to watching Drew on Dancing with the Stars, while we were back in America before Christmas. Drew and Jonathan seem like lovely people and I can't wait to read their story. I feel like we will have a lot in common - besides just being twins.

Jennifer Joyce - The Wedding that Changed Everything.
One of my go to authors. I squeal every time she announces a book, as I've never been disappointed. I can't wait to get lost in this next one. 

Jenni Fletcher - Captain Amberton's Inherited Bride.
Another of my favourite authors in the historical fiction genre. I love Jenni's books. They completely suck me in. I'm itching to get started on this one.

Sarah Mallory -The Ton's Most Notorious Rake.
While I've only read one of Sarah's books before, I really, really enjoyed it. So, i'm very much looking forward to reading more from her.

Virginia Heath - A Warriner to Seduce Her.
If you haven't met The Wild Warriners yet, you are sorely missing out. This, I believe, is the last book in the series and I could cry at the thought. Four wonderful brothers, who I legitimately feel like I know. To say i'm exited to read Jacob's story is an understatement.

Samantha Tonge - One Summer in Rome.
It's about Italy and the cover is absolutely gorgeous - SOLD! 


That's it for now, but knowing me, i'll have a new book added to the pile very soon. Let me know if you pick any of these up or what you are currently reading. I love a bit of book chat!

Happy Reading!
Love 




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