Tuesday, December 27, 2016

17 Books We Want To Read In 2017

The Countdown is on to 2017 and here are the books we can't wait to read in 2017 !


1. Seconds To Sunrise by Nico Rosso
Book three in Nico Rosso's romantic suspense undercover operator series. This time an Automatik operative's mission is to protect a war widow from cyber terrorist. - Jess

2. The Book of Mirrors by E. O. Chirovici 
An investigative journalist is hired by a literary agent to use a  posthumous partial manuscript to solve a murder from twenty years earlier. Crime and a journalist protagonist ? Yes, please. - Jess

3. Caraval by Stephanie Garber
During the BEA Buzz panel the editor of this book said she had a sit-on-the-floor-couldn't-get-up moment when reading this. If that's endorsement enough this book has also been compared to The Night Circus. - Jess

4. Breathless by Beverly Jenkins
A follow up to Forbidden, this installment seems to have a bit of a time jump and features the niece of the heroine from the first novel. - Jess

5. History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera
Based on his debut novel Adam Silvera knows how to pack an emotional punch and make a contemporary settings come to life. - Jess


6. Stealing Mr. Right by Tamara Morgan. 
Um, jewel thief married to an FBI agent ? Yes, please - Jess

7. An Extraordinary Union by Alyssa Cole
Two Civil War spies;one a former slave the other a private detective begin a mission together in Richmond, VA. Not sure if this is going to be an easy book to read considering some the power dynamics but. . . I'm open. -Jess

8. Radio Silence by Alice Oseman
Published last year in the UK, this YA book  tells the story of two teenagers who start a podcast that goes viral. Interestingly enough, this is Oseman's third book and she's only 21. -Kat


9. Back To Your Love by Kianna Alexander
This second chance romance is the first in a series following the brothers of a the fictional Black fraternity Theta Delta Theta. - Kat

10. To Me I Wed by K.M. Jackson
This is the second book in KM Jackson's Unconventional Bride's series and starts with a woman who is throwing a big wedding where she's going to marry...herself ? I just have to see how this plays out.

11. Gem & Dixie by Sara Zarr
Sara Dessen was raving about this on Twitter and it instantly went on my TBR. It tells the story of two sisters from a broken home. - Kat


12. When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon
I can't wait to read this YA romantic comedy about two Indian American teens - Kat

13. One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus
A YA murder mystery where 5 students walk into a detention room and only four walk out alive. The questions is, which one of them is the killer ? - Kat

14. From Duke Till Dawn (The London Underground) by Eva Leigh
I read Leigh's debut last year and really liked her style. This is the first book in a new series and features a con artist heroine who needs the help of a duke to get back her stolen money. - Kat


15. Royal Bastards by Andrew Shvarts
Okay, first of all I'm super surprised Barnes and Noble let a YA book get a title like this. This looks like a Games of Thrones-y type book about a group of literal royal bastards who group together to try and stop a civil war. Shvarts is a videogame designer so I'll be curious how videogame storytelling will influence the story. - Kat


16. Unraveled by Lauren Dane
The first book in a new series about a vintage style barbershop and whiskey bar in Seattle(because of course). From the hipster setting to the heroine being a punk rock drummer this romance feels fresh and doesn't sound like anything I've read before. - Kat


17. They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera
Okay, I have been unamused by "end of the world" books but Silvera is a promising YA authors so I'll give this one a chance. Set in the near future this novel follows two teens who meet on their End Day. - Jess

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