Current Library Holds: September 2022 Edition 

I still have some books on hold from my August 2022 Library Holds posts – I’ve shared this before but my county library system hasn’t been getting new books in as fast as they used to since pre-pandemic days – but I of course have added a few since being the reader that I am.

The Last Housewife by Ashley Winstead – Ashley Winstead has been one of my new-to-me authors of 2022. I really enjoyed her thriller, In My Dreams I Hold a Knife, and her contemporary romance, Fool Me Once, and I’ve heard rave reviews for her latest thriller, The Last Housewife. I’ve recently listened to her on Bad on Paper Podcast and Get Lit with Lianna, so even more looking forward to reading this one. 

Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn – Killers of a Certain Age is the Bad on Paper Podcast Book Club pick for September and was recently chosen as a September Book of the Month pick. I’ve heard it’s a comedy meets thrillers, as four recently retired assassins begin to think that someone is out to get them while on a cruise. 

The Summer of Broken Rules by K.L. Walther – Being the Taylor Swift and beach read fan that I am, I really don’t know how I haven’t read The Summer of Broken Rules yet. I’m likely going to break my ‘summer books only in the summer rule’ and read this book in the fall. 

The Final Gambit (Inheritance Games #3) – I’m definitely going to have to read some kind of recap for books #1 & 2 in The Inheritance Games before diving into book #3.

Things We Never Got Over by Lucy Score – This book is a definite case of ‘Book Tok made me do it’ because I have seen this romance everywhere – I’m going in with no idea of the synopsis and that it’s 500+ pages. 

What books are currently on your TBR? Have you read any of the books I shared? Share in the comments!

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