March Wrap Up (+TBR!)

This month I’m pretty proud of myself because none of my Netgalley requests have been crime novels or psychological thrillers. I managed to diversify a bit… and let’s see how that goes!

☼ Books I Read ☼

The Roanoke Girls

City of Good Death

Her Every Fear

Never Let You Go

The Missing Ones

The Devil’s Daughter

Born Bad

Gone Without A Trace

The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley

The Trouble With Goats And Sheep


When We Danced At The End of The Pier

My favorites? The Trouble With Goats and Sheep was amazing. And while the others were great, I think Ragdoll and Roanoke Girls really stand out.

☼ Books I Got ☼




 ☼ Possible April TBR ☼


Have you read any of these? 🙂 


34 thoughts on “March Wrap Up (+TBR!)

  1. I’m jealous! I was denied on The Stars are Fire, so will have to wait until it comes out. I’m adding The Trouble with Goats and Sheep to my TBR. Glad you had a good March!

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  2. Interest books and nice to see how diversified your books were this month.Your April TBR also looks great.

    I look forward to your review of The Escape.Have a wonderful April.


  3. Congrats on diversifying your reads! I tried to and didn’t have great success with anything that wasn’t mystery/suspense. I’ve been in such a weird book mood lately! I still can’t decide if I want to read The Roanoke Girls or not. I’ve seen so many conflicting reviews on it.


  4. I had to buy The Roanoke Girls after reading so many good reviews but haven’t read it yet. I have read The Escape, which I thought was really good. Congrats on getting books outside your regular genre. I try and fail with that all the time!


  5. I absolutely love reading your recommendations! Ragdoll and Roanoke Girls both sound fantastic and I’m adding them to my TBR list (Thank you!). I know you must have a daunting TBR pile but I thought I would recommend an action/thriller romance(!) that I read recently that I can’t stop talking about. It’s called “The Persian Woman” by Thomas Booker. The book follows Ex Navy seal Jeffrey Quinn and his discovery of a diary that alludes to a potential terror attack. He goes to the FBI with the diary only to be paired up with an Iranian Agent, Parvin Sassani. Jeffrey has extreme biases towards Muslims because his wife was killed by a jihadist. The book is refreshing in the sense that it covers a very real issue that is happening today with unfounded biases against certain cultures and religions and it also shows the two working together and eventually Jeffrey even falls for her. The book really has so much to offer and I hope you will check it out. You can read a bit more about it on the Amazon page:
    I would be very interested to hear what you think about it!


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