Happy Monday, book friends! As my birthday approaches I’ve loosened up on my book buying limit a smidge to hashtag treat myself to a few goodies, which means I’ve got some new additions to the TBR stack to share for this week.
On Friday, I did some exploring, visiting our local mall for some mall walking and then heading down the road to Barnes & Noble, which is now my closest bookstore. The location near me is pretty big, and I was impressed with the selection on offer and how they chose to organize their display tables. The cafe section is sizable as well, so I foresee hanging out there a bit in the future.
Naturally, I wandered off to the Romance section to find a nice gift from me to me. While I was browsing to find Amy Lea’s Set On You, which I’ve been wanting to read for a bit, I accidentally also picked up a couple of other anticipated reads that caught my eye before I found what I was looking for. We’ve all been there, am I right?
Largely thanks to the many wonderful reviews from my fellow book bloggers, I also grabbed A Witch’s Guide to Fake Dating a Demon and Off the Map. I’ve seen many great reviews for both, although Off the Map has overall had more mixed reactions. Sometimes I’m actually more interested to read books that have a wide variety of reactions than those with glowing 5 star reviews all around. I get curious to know which side I’ll wind up on after reading and I want to know what has conjured such varied reactions in readers.
These are also all new-to-me authors, so that’s another bonus to grabbing these from the shelves. Have you read any of them? What did you think?
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I love Doller, so I hope you enjoy your intro to her work. I am actually finishing up the follow-up to Set on You (I think it’s even better than the first book). May these all be big hits!
I liked Off the Map and A Witch’s Guide to Fake Dating a Demon, so I’m interested to hear what you think of them.
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I enjoyed both Set on You and Off the Map, and I hope you do as well. Nothing like a chance to pick up a few books with no guilt.