Today Claire is rounding up her latest book purchases for March!
I had a Barnes and Noble gift card so I had to do a lil book shopping…which turned into a major haul. Keep reading to see what I snagged!
1. The Prince by Jillian Dodd
I’m a huge fan of Dodd’s London Prep series, so it was only a matter of time until I picked The Prince up! I can’t wait to read this espionage series set in glamorous high society. I also love spy thrillers so I hope this doesn’t disappoint.
2. The Key (London Prep 4) by Jillian Dodd
Speaking of London Prep, the fourth installment came out recently so of course I had to buy it on Amazon. I can’t wait to catch up with Noah, Harry, and Mallory after that massive cliffhanger at the end of book 3.
3. Every Other Weekend by Abigail Johnson
Every Other Weekend has been on my radar for a while and was one of my most anticipated reads for 2021. It follows two teens who are forced to spend every other weekend in the same apartment building after the both experience life changing events. This book has more serious undertones, but the romance is supposedly beautiful.
4. Perfect on Paper by Sophie Gonzales
I love an enemies-to-lovers romance so when I stumbled across Perfect on Paper in a Goodreads newsletter, I knew I had to have it. It’s marketed for fans of Leah on the Offbeat and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and follows Darcy Phillips, a bisexual teen who gives her classmates anonymous love advice— that is, until one of her hot classmates blackmails her into helping him get his ex girlfriend back. Initial reviews say the MC is fantastic, so I can’t wait to dig in.
5. Sources Say by Lori Goldstein
We featured Sources Say in our GOTV post last fall and I’ve been meaning to pick it up ever since. It follows two high school ex’s who happen to be running against each other for student body president. I love politics and this book also touches on the media and how it influences elections. Naturally drama— and romance— ensues as Angeline and Leo battle it out for the presidency.