November TBR.

I am always adding books to my never-ending reading list. Bookstagram just feeds into this habit by bringing so many great books to my attention. The books I have recently added to my TBR are –

Belladonna by Adalyn Grace.

Belladonna by Adalyn Grace is a fantasy gothic novel. The first thing I noticed about this book was the title. It seems like a mix of everything; supernatural, fantasy, and romance in one book. The story focuses on a girl, orphaned as a baby named Signa. She has been raised by a number of guardians over the years, and now, she is nineteen. All the guardians were more interested in her wealth than her. The Hawthornes, are Signa’s elusive and eccentric last remaining relatives. She takes the help of a surly stable boy when she figures out that Hawthornes might be in danger. I am excited to read it.

Things We Never Got Over by Lucy Score.

Things We Never Got Over by Lucy Score has been popping all over my Instagram feed, especially in the past month or so. This romantic novel follows the story of Know and Naomi, set in a small town. Knox is a loner and prefers it to remain this way. Naomi, on the other hand, tries to help her twin, who betrays her and leaves her with a niece, Naomi didn’t know she had. Know decides to help Naomi till she can get back on her feet. I feel this is like a proximity romance, and it sounds fun and interesting. 

The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah.

I have read The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah before, and I loved it. So, I wanted to explore her other works too, and thus, I ended up checking out The Four Winds. This historical fiction novel is set in 1934 America. Texas has faced a drought, leaving millions without a livelihood. It follows Elsa Martinelli as she has to make a decision whether to fight for the land and place she loves or move west toward California for a better life. It looks very intriguing, and I am excited to read it, whenever, that might be.

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Author: Aarti Athavle

Daydreamer - Writer - Bibliophile

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