I’ve been struggling a little to get posts put together recently, so I thought this post would be a nice one to ease myself back into it. So today I’m sharing with you six books I’ve recently added to my Goodreads TBR. I think there’s a good mix of things here, so let’s get into them.
Home Field Advantage by Dahila Adler
I saw this one a few nights ago and immediately added it to my TBR. It was honestly part of the reason I wanted to do this post so that I could just scream about it a bit. You might be able to tell from the cover that this is a f/f sports romance. I am 100% here for that. I own Dahlia Adler’s 2021 release, Cool for the Summer, and haven’t read that yet but this one isn’t out for another month so I totally have time, right?
Funny Feelings by Tarah Dewitt
I don’t have a whole lot to say about this one. It came up as a recommendation when I grabbed another romance book off Kindle Unlimited. This one was just released a few days ago so I’ll be keeping my eye on it for sure.
Mama Day by Gloria Naylor
This is definitely the oldest book on this list with it being published in the late 80s but I do love a good backlist book. The blurb says this is a reworking of The Tempest but it’s set off the coast of Georgia. I’ve been interested in reading some of Naylor for a little while but clearly, I didn’t have this one on my Goodreads TBR yet.
The Curse of the Black Isle by Keira Montclair
Who doesn’t love a good Highlander romance, right? This one features a chieftain whose people are dying from some mysterious illness and a young healer—obviously, they’re going to fall in love and all that good stuff. I haven’t really read any historical romances that follow that kind of plotline so I’m interested to see how that turns out.
Promised in Fire by Jasmine Walt
I saw this one pop up on my Instagram feed and thought the cover was so gorgeous that I immediately added it to my TBR. I don’t know how well you can see it on the cover, but this is the first book in the Of Dragons and Fae series. I don’t have the best luck with books about either of those, but I’m willing to give this a chance.
A Clash of Steel by C.B Lee
And finally, we have this one. This is a retelling of Treasure Island but it’s set in 1820s China and is sapphic, so it basically sounds incredible. I’ve honestly never read the original and I probably never will, but this one is definitely up my alley so I hope to give it a chance one day soon.
And there we are. Are any of these books on your TBR? What have you added recently?