10 Books on my TBR List Right Now

by - November 25, 2020

I've been between books for a few days, which is rare for me. I've got more than 100 book samples on my Kindle right now, but I can't seem to settle on anything, despite reading the first few chapters of at least a dozen books (probably more). So while I'm still waffling around on what to read next, I thought I would share ten books I've added to my TBR list recently. I feel like there's a pretty solid offering with some fantasy, romance, historical fiction, and mystery. There's even a holiday-themed on in there. As with everything on my TBR list, there's no real timeline of when I'll get around to reading any of these, but that's not really the point with this post. So let's dive in.

10 Books on My TBR List Right Now

The Spoken Mage - This is book one of the Voices of Power series. I've had this five-book series on my radar for awhile, but I've been hesitant to start it for some reason. It's about a girl who unexpectedly discovers she has never before seen mage powers and is sent to an academy to learn how to use them.

Love in Exile - A young Muslim woman convinces her parents to allow her to pursue her education. While away at school, she falls in love with a Christian man, and not surprisingly neither of their families approves of the relationship.

The Wicked Deep - Every summer, three witches who were sentenced to death steal the bodies of weak-hearted girls to seek their revenge by luring boys to their deaths. The locals have accepted their town's fate until one summer when new boy comes to town and gets involved with a local girl.

Golden Poppies - Jordan Wallace, a teacher in segregated Chicago, is the son of a former slave. When his mother is on her deathbed, his mother's friend and wife of the former plantation owner travels to see her along with her daughter, Sadie. But the families' reunion is rife with personal and political challenges.

Once Night Falls - A historical novel about the extraordinary acts of ordinary people living in Nazi-occupied Germany.

Spellbreaker - This is by the author of one of my favorite magical series, The Paper Magician, so I had to add it to my list. Elsie has natural magic but because she's unlicensed, her gift is a crime. When an elite magic user catches her breaking an enchantment, Elsie strikes a bargain with him to stay out of jail. As she learns more about her powers and new partner, Elsie finds herself unraveling a deadly mystery.

Murder by Midnight - While visiting Druiminn Castle in Scotland, Alice Beckman finds herself on the heels of a murderer after the host is killed and another guest is revealed as an unscrupulous jewel thief. A mysterious local legend could hold the key to unraveling everything.

Someday in Paris - Zara and Leon meet during a power outage in a French museum, never seeing the other's faces. Nine years later, they meet again at a charity ball but don't recognize each other. Over two decades, Zara and Leon fall in love over and over, but will they ever find a way to be together?

Sorry I Missed You - Mackenzie, Sunna, and Maude are roommates with only one thing in common - they've each been ghosted by an important person in their lives: sister, best friend, fiancé. When a barely legible letter arrives hinting at answers, each girl assumes it's meant for her. The trio decides to stake out the coffee shop named in the letter and form a kinship, but as they learn more about each other more questions arise.

The Seventh Bride - Rhea, the daughter of a miller, is forced to agree to marry the sinister Lord Crevan. He demands Rhea visit his remote manner before the wedding, where she discovers that Crevan has not only been married six times before but all of his past wives are imprisoned in his enchanted castle. Determined not to be next, Rhea agrees to a complete a series of magical tasks to gain her freedom.

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