It still feels like the new year just started, right? But lo and behold it’s already April ! For the more business oriented among us, it’s one whole quarter of the new fiscal year already gone by; for those of us tired with the freezing winter blues it’s time to look forward to a whole new summer; and for me, it’s time to jot down this month’s best and hottest book releases and come up with the top three recommendations among all good books to read. As always, I’ve chosen one book from each of my favorite genres: Fiction, Romance, and Mystery.
1. The Royal We by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan (Fiction)
Rebecca and Lacey, despite being twins, had completely different takes on glamorously romantic royalty. While one couldn’t care less for glamour, royalty, fame, and fortune, the other always dreamt of living the life of a Disney princess. However, it’s the third girl in the plot, Bex, who actually gets the chance in real life to walk right into the glitzy royal life millions of other girls dream of. But, things get harder for Bex as she realizes the additional baggage that follows and the tough choices and heart breaking sacrifices she would need to make in order to live her true dream.
2. Until July by Aurora Rose Reynolds (Romance)
“Bad Boy” biker Wes Silver wasn’t too keen to fall in love until he bumped into July Mayson who not only turned his world upside down, but also stirred an irresistible desire in his heart to protect this girl from all possible danger. July is equally attracted to him; but all’s still not well in the young lovers’ paradise. Read to find out why !
3. House of Echoes by Brendan Duffy (Mystery)
A perfect family of four hits a serious roadblock when the husband’s novel flops, the wife loses her cushy job, and one of the children stops doing so well. However, their faith is restored in second chances when the husband inherits land upstate from his grandmother and the family ends up arriving in a town frozen in time guarding dark secrets in its bosom. As a chain of strange sights and disturbing events follows, the family soon realizes they’ve committed what would be probably the biggest blunder of their lives. The plot seems gripping and worth giving a shot at.