So much to do, so much to read. We’ve been trying not to request too many books on NetGalley so we can have a more reasonable TBR pile and a strong reading percentage. This fall, we have some great books on our NetGalley line up.
We’ve read books by Lynn Painter and Emma Lord before, but were also excited to read books from three new authors. Have you read any of these ARCs yet? Let us know in the comments.
1. Talk Santa to Me by Linda Urban
Talk Santa to Me promises to be a hilarious and adorable romcom full of Christmas cheer. The description gave us Grandma Got Runover by a Reindeer meets a Hallmark movie vibes. All Francie wants is to have the perfect holiday season, stop her aunt from making the family store too corporate and kiss the cute boy next door.
2. The Do-Over by Lynn Painter
We loved Better Than the Movies and couldn’t wait for Painter’s next YA contemporary. Emilie Hornby experiences the worst Valentine’s Day ever. What makes it even worse? She keeps reliving it. Stuck in a time loop, Emilie has no idea what to do or how to get back to normal.
3. The Christmas Clash by Suzanne Park
Chloe Kwon and Peter Li don’t get along. But when a developer wants to destroy the local mall, the two must work together to save the family restaurants at the food court. The Christmas Clash promises to be funny and full of holiday cheer.
4. Missing Clarissa by Ripley Jones
Missing Clarissa is advertised as perfect for fans of A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder. In 1999, popular cheerleader Clarissa Campbell disappears at a party. No one ever found out what happened to Clarissa. Fast forward 20 years and best friends Blair and Cameron start a true crime podcast. But it turns out, their podcast might have helped the killer more than the victim.
5. Begin Again by Emma Lord
It’s that time of year again. The time where we request the latest Emma Lord book. We’ve read Lord’s three other YA books and we can’t wait for Begin Again. Andie Rose believes she has her life figured out: transfer to Blue State College, major in psychology and become a self-help icon. But nothing goes as planned when Andie arrives on campus.