#5 – The Crown by Kiera Cass
It’s been 20 years since the events of The One and there is going to be a new selection but surprise comes from the selection as the heart makes a surprise decision. Like the rest of the books of the series, it’s going to be a lot of twists and turns that it’s going to be hard to put the book down and not try and see where Cass is going to take the fans.
#4 – The Last Star by Rick Yancey
It’s the final book of the series and The Others are looking to finish taking out the human race while Cassie races to try and stop them.
The final book of the series is going to be one that is going to have you guessing from start to finish. Of course it will be compared to Allegiant and Mockingjay, but hopefully fans will look at the book as a separate entity than the other books. Be ready to strap yourself in because it’s going to be a bumpy ride.
#3 – The Spiral Down by Aly Martinez
This is a M/M romance that follows a musician and a captain that go into a relationship that neither one of them saw coming.
It is going to be something different coming from Aly Martinez but it’s going to be fun to see what she wrote. The fact that she is writing about someone who is ‘straight’ and how things change when he meets the protagonist. If you have read her books in the past, she has a way of having you connect with the characters no matter what is going on in the story.
#2 – Until June by Aurora Rose Reynolds
In the new book of the Until Her series, we follow June who reunites with her whirlwind husband when he returns home from the Army but she finds that he might not be the same person that he was before he left her behind.
Of course, with the fact that the love interest is from the military, he’s going to be all alpha male, domineering that we love. He will fit right into the rest of the Mayson men we get to see whether or not he can get June back. Also, the fun thing will be to see how they began their romance and why it broke apart.
#1 – The Problem with Forever by Jennifer Armentrout
Out: March 17
In this new book, we follow Mallory as she goes to school for the first time in her senior year of high school after spending the rest of her life being homeschool. She learns that life may not be what she imagined it to be and it gets more difficult when she meets Rider.
Armentrout’s books and characters are some of the best and most relatable characters that exist in the literary world. There may be things about the overall story that is not you, but certain details stick out that you can relate to. Whether it be the pain that they feel or the happiness in a different scene. After reading the book for the 10th time, you find that her lingo works its way into your everyday life.
What book are you most excited to read this month?