I know it is early to do spring yet. But I want to get ahead. Spring is on March 19. In my last post, I said that I was indecisive of what books and a theme I wanted for my spring and March TBR 2020. Over the weekend, I have decided on what the books are going to be. The spring TBRs are going to be a witchy theme. It is going to get spooky. Since I have some cozy witchy mystery eBooks. I feel like I can read these books around this time of the year cause the days are getting longer. Instead of during Autumn. I am branching out with these books. I have not read any books like these. But I think I will love them. I choose three books cause I don’t read every day and when I do, it is here and there. I want to change that. To make some time to read. I do want to read every day. Now onward to the books I have choosen.
Spring TBR List:
This book is free on the Kindle.
Halloween LaVeau is descended from a long line of witches. Yes, her name is Halloween. The cosmic universe is definitely playing some kind of sick joke on her. She’s the ultimate witch cliché, complete with a black cat and spooky house. Thank heavens she’s missing the warts and flying broom.
When Halloween inherits her great-aunt’s manor, she decides to put the house to good use as a bed-and-breakfast. Her first guest is the sinfully good-looking Nicolas Marcos, but he’s not here for the continental breakfast. Halloween discovers a ratty old book in the attic. It’s written in an unfamiliar language.
Halloween soon learns this is not an ordinary spellbook. The tome brings her a new talent, but her new skills come with a catch. When a rival witch comes after the book, Halloween doesn’t know who to trust-the sexy vampire who says he wants to save the day, or the warlock who says he can destroy the book once and for all.
For months, seventeen-year-old Fern has been sneaking out on her mother—really sneaking out—through a magical portal to an island halfway around the world. There, the grandmother Fern never knew existed needs her help rejuvenating their ancestral land. She has always been good at growing things, but that’s not magic. And magic is what the island needs.
With its energy running out, the land is breaking apart, and the caretakers demand a real witch to take over the Meadows, not a teenager with a green thumb. Elbow-deep in dirt, Fern confronts a splintered community, unsure who to trust, but grateful for the support of a Scottish boy who looks at her with green eyes shining with magic—and something more powerful.
Caring for this land is Fern’s birthright, one she longs to claim. But to take her place in this magical world, Fern must first figure out how to use her unique gift.
THE WITCH OF THE MEADOWS begins the journey of a generation of magic-wielders as they restore their connections to nature and community.
The Windborne series continues in book 2, GUARDIAN OF THE PINES.
Gilmore Girls meets Supernatural! Werewolves and ghosts and magic, oh my!
When travel writer and werewolf Ashlee Scott returns to her hometown to recuperate from a shooting, she must confront a place full of painful and pleasant memories while dealing with her identical twin sister Amber and the complications of family. Throw in the full moon, old boyfriends, old ghosts and new enemies, and Knightsbridge Canyon will never be the same for her again.
MoonRise is a New Adult Paranormal/Urban Fantasy story of werewolves, witches, ghosts and vampires, family, pack and kin.