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Last week, the topic was centered on our winter TBRs. So because I had a lot of January and February books on my list last week, this is only for books March and after. I can't even express how great 2015 will be
and how utterly depressing it will be that I won't read as many books as I'd like.
Hold Me Like a Breath by Tiffany Schmidt
Release: May 19 from Bloomsbury
A crime family. Body parts being sold like no big deal. Autoimmune disease. What sounds like a protective family. Rival families. I'M IN LOVE.
The Winner's Crime by Marie Rutkoski
Release: March 3 from Farrar, Strous and Giroux
I want to cry while looking at that gorgeous cover. The first book, The Winner's Curse, was one of my absolute favorite books.
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
Release: May 5 from Bloomsbury
It's SARAH J. MAAS.
Things We Know by Heart by Jessi Kirby
Release: April 21 from HarperTeen
I'm a sucker for those news videos where a family meets the donor recipient for their loved one's heart. (Also, why are there so many guys in these 2015 stories named Trent?)
99 Days by Katie Cotugno
Release: April 21 from Balzer + Bray
Why yes, I would like this contemporary. And I'm really digging that title.
The Secrets We Keep by Trisha Leaver
Release: April 28 from Farrar, Strous and Giroux
This reminds me of a Blacklist episode (the Lord Baltimore one?) and I'm loving it.
Pretending to be Erica by Michelle Painchaud
Release: July 21 from Viking Juvenile
THIS THIS THIS THIS. I want this so bad. It hurts.
The Game of Love and Death by Martha Brockenbrough
Release: April 28 from Arthur A. Levine Books
The intro in the synopsis almost lost me (way too long), but I see DIVERSITY!
What You Left Behind by Jessica Verdi
Release: August 4 from Sourcebooks
Some people may groan that it's a teenage parent/pregnancy story, but it's told by the male's perspective!
Everything That Makes You by Moriah McStay
Release: March 17 from Katherine Tegen Books
Points subtracted for a bad rhetorical question: Hasn't everyone wondered what if? Well, actually, yes. A lot of books have, in fact. But points added because it's a what-if/parallel universe-type story and I love those.