March Top Ten

Check out each individual review, alongside 200+ others on my blog. Here’s my favorites in March. I had a wide variety this month in this list, with five fantasy, one contemporary, one erotica, two suspense, two romance, one young adult. Surprisingly, no historical fiction novels made my favorite this month. The Cartographers and The Paris Apartment were both BOTM selections. My instagram account at cassie_swindon_author has some fun bookish pics with all of these. Thanks for reading!

10. A Touch of Ruin by Scarlett St. Clair (3.9/5)

Steamy adult dark fantasy (sequel to A Touch of Darkness)

9.The Cartographers by Peng Shepherd (4.0/5)

Contemporary suspense/mystery with dual timelines but 6+ POV

8.Under the Whispering Door by T.J. Klune (4.3/5)

Queer contemporary fantasy pondering the afterlife with great humor

7.A Thousand Boy Kisses by Tillie Cole (4.3/5)

A tear-jerker YA contemporary

6.A River Enchanted by Rebecca Ross (4.4/5)

Multiple points of view with a unique view on elemental magic in a battle of the east versus the west

5.The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave (4.4/5)

Fast-paced contemporary suspense with a stepmother-daughter bonding theme

4.Neon Gods by Katee Robert (4.7/5)

Erotica of Hades and Persephone- dual POV

3.To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo (4.8/5)

Dark retelling of the Little Mermaid. Heart stealing siren of the sea and prince turned pirate

2.Heart Bones by Colleen Hoover (4.9/5)

Contemporary romance with very realistic characters

1.The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley (4.9/5)

Contemporary suspense of “who dunnit” with six points of view

Published by CassieSwindon

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