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This week’s Top Five Tuesday topic is Top 5 Anticipated Reads for January to March 2022. Usually, anticipated reads posts are super easy for me to write because I want to read all of the books, but this one was difficult because I haven’t been paying much attention to upcoming releases. Fortunately for this post, but unfortunately for my TBR, I researched and found five books coming out soon that I would love to read.
Love at First Spite by Anna E. Collins (January 4, 2022) – This romance, which came out last week, features both the grumpy-sunshine trope and the enemies-to-friends-to-lovers trope, which are two of the best tropes. The premise of this book also seems like a lot of fun; it features revenge, a workplace romance, and building a house. I’ve heard excellent things about this book, and I’m hoping to read it soon.
Weather Girl by Rachel Lynn Solomon (January 11, 2022) – I haven’t read anything by Rachel Lynn Solomon yet, but I have a few of her books on my TBR because they all sound fantastic. This romance book, which was released today, looks super cute. The two main characters are trying to repair the relationship between their bosses, and they end up catching feelings for each other instead. The cover is also adorable, which makes this book even more likely to end up on my shelves.
The Christie Affair by Nina de Gramont (February 1, 2022) – Agatha Christie was the Queen of Mystery, but she was also wrapped up in a mystery herself. In 1926, the author disappeared for 11 days, and no one knows what happened to her during those 11 days. The Christie Affair is a reimagining of these 11 days, and it looks like an amazing read. I’m a huge fan of Agatha Christie; I’ve been slowly reading my way through her books, and I think the idea behind this book is cool, and I’m looking forward to reading it.
One Night on the Island by Josie Silver (February 15, 2022) – I really enjoyed One Day in December, and I’m looking forward to reading another book by Josie Silver. It looks like this book features the forced-proximity trope, which is usually a lot of fun. I also like the idea of a book taking place on a remote Irish island and two strangers who were expecting solitude being forced to spend time together.
Four Aunties and a Wedding by Jesse Q. Sutanto (March 29, 2022) – Dial A for Aunties was such a fun read, and I’m looking forward to seeing what shenanigans the characters get up to in this sequel. The premise of this book sounds absolutely ridiculous, and I’m looking forward to spending a weekend laughing and rolling my eyes at all of the chaos that unfolds.
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