March: Most Wanted Books

March Most-Wanted Books

Last month I said that January was a heavy month and I don’t know that February was much better! I need to remember to fit in some fluffy reads in March. Last month I highlighted more Adult titles than I usually do, and this month more YA titles are standing out to me. Here are the books I have my eye on:

YA:

Mosquitoland by David Arnold – Mar. 3, Viking. I feel like I’ve been waiting for this road trip novel forever!

Not Otherwise Specified by Hannah Moskowitz – Mar. 3, Simon Pulse. I am strangely drawn to books about ballet, and this one about a bisexual dancer looks awesome to me.

Hold Me Closer: The Tiny Cooper Story by David Levithan – Mar. 17, Dutton. OMG I can’t believe this book is real. Can’t wait to get reacquainted with Tiny Cooper.

The Wrong Side of Right by Jenn Marie Thorne – Mar. 17, Dial. I’m very excited about this political themed YA.

Under a Painted Sky by Stacey Lee – Mar. 17, Putnam. This diverse YA western looks so much fun.

Written in the Stars by Aisha Saeed – Mar. 24, Nancy Paulsen Books. A Pakistani-American girl is thrust into an arranged marriage. Sounds so tense and heartbreaking.

We All Looked Up by Tommy Wallach – Mar. 24, Simon & Schuster. This end-of-the-world book sounds killer.

Twist (Loop #2) by Karen Akins – Mar. 31, St. Martin’s Griffin.  Time travel books aren’t really my thing but Loop was so much fun- looking forward to continuing this series.

The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord – Mar. 31, Bloomsbury. This book about grief, friendship and love sounds really sweet.

NA/Romance: 

Confess by Colleen Hoover – Mar. 10, Atria Books. Confession: I am about 80% into this book and I know CoHo fans are going to love it.

Leaving Amarillo by Caisey Quinn – Mar. 17, William Morrow Paperbacks. The first book of the Neon Dreams trilogy. I love Nashville and New Adult so this is totally up my alley.

Deep by Kylie Scott – Mar. 31, St. Martin’s Griffin. The final Stage Dive book! Love this series so much.

Adult: 

The Bookseller by Cynthia Swanson – Mar. 3, Harper. I feel like books about bookstores are easy sells to us book bloggers. Plus the whole Sliding Doors thing.

The Wednesday Group by Sylvia True – Mar. 24, St. Martin’s Griffin. This book is about the wives of sex addicts – they meet and support each other in group therapy.

The Precious One by Marisa de los Santos – Mar. 24, William Morrow & Company. This book about sisters, family and love looks very intriguing.

The One That Got Away by Bethany Chase – Mar. 31, Ballantine Books. Katy Perry song stuck in my head now! This book about love and second chances sounds really sweet and romantic.

So, what are you looking forward to reading this March?

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11 thoughts on “March: Most Wanted Books

  1. Oh wow, when did you change your design? This new design is so cool! 😀

    I’m really excited for Mosquitoland, Under a Painted Sky, and Written in the Stars too! 😀 I’ve already read Not Otherwise Specified and We All Looked Up and loved them both.

    As for books that aren’t on your list… I’m so excited for Shadow Scale!

    Cynthia @ Afterwritten recently posted: Monthly Wrap-Up: February 2015
    1. Lucy says:

      Thanks- the new design has just been up a couple days 🙂 It’s fun to try a new look.

      I’m so glad to hear you loved Not Otherwise Specified and We all Looked Up. Both are priority reads for me!

      And yes, Shadow Scale, totally!

      Happy March reading, Cynthia 🙂

  2. I’m anxious to get to The Bookseller and The Precious One as well.

    bermudaonion (Kathy) recently posted: Review: Ella
    1. Lucy says:

      Right? They both look so good! Happy March reading, Kathy 🙂

  3. Amy says:

    I have read all of Marisa de los Santos’ books and loved them all. I just pre-ordered her new book earlier this week.

    1. Lucy says:

      The Precious One will be my first, but you’re making me eager to catch up with de los Santos’ other work! Love Walked In and Belong to Me look really good.
      Hope you enjoy The Precious One!

      1. Amy says:

        They were both very good books.

  4. Great picks! But I really wanted to comment because your design is BANGING! 😀

    Rachel (Confessions of a Book Geek) recently posted: Stacking the Shelves & Wrappin’ It Up February 2015
    1. Lucy says:

      Hey thanks Rachel! I’m so glad you like it! <3

  5. So many great books coming! I have no idea how to keep up 🙂

    Sheila (Book Journey) recently posted: Morning Meanderings…. February…. You Are A Wrap.
  6. Estelle says:

    Thanks for doing these! Great books to look forward to this month. I’m going to have to remember to request Under the Painted Sky from the library!

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