I feel like there should be an addicts meeting for buying ebooks all the time when you know you don’t have enough time to read them all. Because I would be a strong candidate for leading such a meeting. My To Be Read pile is honestly out of control. The covers…the blurbs…I’m too weak to resist!

So I’m hoping that maybe if I share my TBR pile with you guys, I’ll get inspired to sit down, take a break, and actually read a few of these. If you have a recommendation for which one to read first, let me know. Just please, for the love of all that is good, don’t recommend another book to add to the list!

(Please note these are only four of the 352 unread books currently sitting on my Kindle.)

How to Spell Disaster (Unfortunate Spells Book 1) by Jennifer Laslie

First of all, this cover is clearly stunning. I’m a sucker for purples and blues, so this caught my eye immediately. But then I read the blurb and how could I not grab a copy?! (You can pick up your copy HERE.) (P.S. I might have something brewing in the near future with the talented Jennifer, so keep an eye out!)

Being careless with magic is the best way to spell disaster.

Tucker didn’t think his love life could get any worse, until he comes across an antique spell book. When the translation goes awry, instead of finding one girl, he’s bombarded by women left and right, sometimes men. It’s jeopardizing both his job and sanity. 

When Tucker seeks answers at the occult shop, the witchy owner advises him magic can’t always fix his problems, and this time only true love’s first kiss can lift the spell he cast.

Each day, the magic grows stronger, and Tucker isn’t sure how much longer he can survive. But with each day that passes, his task only gets harder to complete. What if he never finds the right woman to kiss? 

Midnight Academy Collection

This one is an anthology with seven different magic academy stories. I love anthologies and box sets because they’re the most bang for my buck and I feel less bad about adding it to the TBR pile. What drew me into this one was author Avery Song. I love her work and I really want to see what she came up with for this set! (This is a limited edition set, but you can grab it HERE until it disappears for good.)

Curse of Iron (Half-Blood Huntress Chronicles Book 1) by D.D. Miers and Graceley Knox

I’m not going to lie. I did the thing you’re not supposed to do and I one-click purchased this book without even reading the synopsis. *facepalm* But I regret nothing. Because once I did go back and finally read the blurb, I’m even more excited to jump in than I was before. (Pick up your copy HERE and maybe read that blurb first?)

If you think I have it all, you’re wrong.

I’m Morgana Silk and I’m a hybrid. Daughter of the Fae Storm King, my mother’s witch family has wanted me dead since I killed her in childbirth. Fun. Right? Yeah. Until one day, I wake up with a dead body in my bed, and find myself framed for the murder of a highly respected alpha. 

Grayson Xenos is tailing me. He’s as handsome as his jaguar is deadly, and I certainly didn’t expect him to have my back. The enemy has an evil magic I can’t face on my own, and Grayson needs me to help him just as much as I need him. He’s a temptation I can’t ignore nor deny. I have the power to unmask the hidden enemy and he has the power to take them down.

But only if I can embrace the heritage I’ve avoided for so long…

Cursed by Darkness (Dynasty of Blood Saga Book 1) by Stephany Wallace

I had this beauty preordered for ages before it came out, so you’d think I’d have read it when it finally was released. I’m the worst kind of bookworm out there! But this is probably at the very top of my TBR so, hopefully, it’ll be done within the next decade. (Grab your copy HERE.)

Two forces rule the world—Fear and Desire. Vampires are masters of both.

3,000 years ago, the first Vampiri walked the earth. The Ancients. They’ve lived among humans ever since—ruling from the shadows—and I am one of them.

Though most of our power comes in numbers, I reject that way of life. Being a mercenary not only pays well, it also requires ruthless skills—and I don’t care much for humans… except for one.

Wanting me to choose their side in the Străbun Dynasties’ battle for supremacy, the Martel Dynasty has hunted me for centuries, but I’ve remained just out of their reach. Until a new bounty-hunter crashes one of my kill-jobs, forcing me to save my mark, Mathew Delvaux, and take him with me during my escape.

Having to babysit a human while vile hunters try to abduct me, was not part of the plan, but for the first time in three millennia all four clans are after me, and I suspect that Mathew is the only one who can help me figure out why.

They’ll stop at nothing to get what they want, even tracking down the one man I’ve ever loved.

Feeling inspired now? I know I sure am. What are the odds I’ll actually get any sleep tonight? Sorry if I expanded your own TBR pile, but can you ever really complain about having too many books? That’s the best problem to have.

Until Next Time,