September 2019 TBR

Hello friends! I’m back with another post and it’s my TBR for September. While I was going back on my blog, I saw that I hadn’t made a TBR since May. M A Y!! I seriously can’t believe that. 

August 2019 TBR (1)

My Brothers Billionaire Best Friend by Max Monroe – Not only will this be my first Max Monroe book but I have heard so many good things about it. I need a good rom-com read in life.

The Babysitter’s Coven by Kate Williams – Will you just look at that cover? “coven of witchy babysitters” I don’t think I need to tell you anything more than that! I think this is the book that I’m most excited about this month. 

The Bone Houses by Emily Lloyd Jones – This author received a lot of praise for her debut and the hype is really there for this second novel. If I remember correctly, this family owns a graveyard that is in their backyard. Both of the siblings are gravediggers and they keep coming across corpses that don’t stay dead. 

Pestilence by Laura Thalassa – This has been on my kindle for quite some time. I’m buddy reading this with the lovely Autumn and I’m so excited! 

Thorn Jack by Katherine Harbour – I purchased this book a while ago on ThriftBooks because I thought the cover was gorgeous. Don’t act like you don’t do it too! This story revolves around a girl who moves to New York after her sister’s death and meets a very mysterious family. There’s the promise of romance and fae, two things that I love dearly.


So there you have it guys! The books that I’m hoping to read in September.

What’s on your TBR this month?

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