With these September 27 book releases, we’re looking back with a historical romance and looking forward to the spookiest month with a paranormal romance.
How the Wallflower Was Won by Eva Leigh
Opposites attract in the wonderful romance. Finn makes his money by using logic and reason in the gambling halls, but has never been one for academics. Tabitha prefers focusing on her studies to socializing with the ton. But both need to be married as quickly as possible and agree to have a marriage of convenience. I really enjoyed all the characters and can’t wait for the final book in the series.
Witchful Thinking by Celestine Martin
With her high school reunion approaching, Lucy is feeling disappointed in how boring her life is, but when she and her coven cast a wish spell, everything is flipped upside down. Suddenly Lucy is entering baking contests and running racing as well as getting reacquainted with her high school best friend and crush, Alex. It’s a wild ride and Lucy has to figure out what exactly she does wish for out of her life.
I hope to read more about the Caraway family and how the rest of their wishes turn out.
You Are Not a Sh*tty Parent by Carla Naumburg
This was a really interesting read about the importance of self-compassion as a parent. Naumburg breaks down the ways we can let our self-criticism make it harder to be an effective parent.
We’re looking forward to a little more Christmas in September with Meet Me Under the Mistletoe by Jenny Bayliss, as well as these September 27 book releases: Well, That Was Unexpected by Jesse Q. Sutanto and How to Succeed in Witchcraft by Aislinn Brophy.
Thanks to Netgalley and the publishers of these ARCs for the books for review.