March Bites

Spring is just 19 days away – can you believe it? Here are some of the awesome books on my March reading list. Enjoy!


Your Fully Charged Life by Meaghan B Murphy. The other day I picked up a copy of Women’s Day on a whim (it had a pretty cover!). There was a good story called “Love thy cashier” written by the content director, with a plug for her new book, Your Fully Charged Life. Then, I went on Instagram and Candace Cameron Bure was posing with the same book, encouraging her followers to read it. Finally, I went into Barnes and Noble and there it was again. I knew I had to pick it up. Sometimes the universe tells you exactly what you need and I can definitely use a few lightning bolts of positivity right now.

Too Good to be True by Carola Lovering is the March BOTM thriller. Skye is head over heels for her much older boyfriend and when he proposes, she quickly goes into mega wedding planning mode. But Burke has secrets and he’s planning something seriously sinister for Syke. I don’t know if this will be the edge-of-your-seat thriller I’ve been hoping for, but I can’t wait to start reading. Oh, and this one also has an unreliable narrator. Fun!

The Players Ball by David Kushner is a topic I never thought I’d explore – the birth of online dating and internet porn. This one received borderline okayish reviews, mostly due to typos, repetition, and inconsistencies within the text. Bad editing aside, I’m intrigued.

And last, but certainly not least:

The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner is a genre I don’t usually read: fantasy. Two centuries ago, a respected healer started selling poisons to help women rid their lives of unwanted men. There were two rules: never use the poison to harm another woman and write the name of the murderer and victim in the apothecaries register. Now, in present-day London, one woman believes she’s found the key to solving the mysterious murders of so long ago.

Full reviews on the best of the above to follow…stay tuned!

Published by KristinAnchante

Product marketer by day, freelance writer by night. Embracing Millenialhood.

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