Hi everyone! Something I didn’t think was ever going to happen actually happened: I fell in love with ebooks, and I might like reading them more than reading physical books. I always used to think that I’d prefer reading physical books, because, I’m not even sure why… But ebooks are amazing. They’re less expensive, I can read them while lying down in bed, I can take them with me anywhere, etc. So, inspired by my love for ebooks, I decided to share some of the ebooks on my Amazon wishlist with you!
Wild by Hannah Moskowitz – I’ve been following Hannah Moskowitz on Twitter for quite a while now, and I’ve heard quite a few great things about her books through friends of mine, so I really wanted to pick up one of her books. After reading the synopsis of Wild I immediately knew that this would be the Moskowitz book I wanted to start with, because it sounds amazing.
Chord by Chelsea M. Cameron – I read Chelsea M. Cameron’s Violet Hill series a few months ago, and I absolutely loved it. She’s incredible at writing fluffy f/f romances, and I think this book would be a great pick me up when I’m feeling down. Chelsea’s books just always make me happy.
Trade Me by Courtney Milan – I hadn’t really read any full-length adult romance books until I read Alyssa Cole’s Princess in Theory, and I fell in love with it. I really want to get into this genre more, and I feel like Courtney Milan is the one who’s books I see on my timeline most often, so this seems like a great place to start.
The Defectives by Burgandi Rakoska – I’ve been eyeing this book for a while now, and then I read a review for it that my friend Sinead wrote, which made it clear to me that I NEED this book. It sounds like the perfect book for me, to be honest, and I’m 100% sure it’s going to be one of my favorites.
Cat Girl’s Day Off by Kimberly Pauley – I’m pretty sure that I heard about this book through Shenwei, and I totally trust their recommendations because everything that I’ve read because of them, I’ve loved. And this book sounds like a lot of fun.
The Antagonists Book One by Burgandi Rakoska – I didn’t realize that the author who wrote this book and the author of The Defectives were the same person until just now. Good job, me. But, just like The Defectives, The Antagonists sounds amazing and I’m really excited about the possibility of picking it up someday.
North to You by Tif Marcelo – There’s only one thing I needed to hear before I decided that I really really really wanted to read this book, and that’s the fact that it features a food truck. I’m a sucker for food-related books, and I’m 100% sure I’m going to love this one.
Don’t Tell My Mother by Brigitte Bautista – This is a #romanceclass book, and it features a f/f relationship, which is something I haven’t really seen in #romanceclass before. Most stories feature an m/f couple, and I think I’ve seen one with an m/m couple, but that’s about it? Anyway, this one sounds really really good and I would love to read it someday.
Sounds Like Summer by Six De Los Reyes – I saw quite a few people recommending this last year, and I’m pretty sure that the main character works in STEM, but I might be wrong. This book sounds like a lot of fun regardless, and I really want to read it this summer.
Waiting in the Wings by Tara Frejas – I know that this book features a romance, and that it features theater, and that’s literally all I needed to know. Just like I’m a sucker for food-related books, I’m also a sucker for books in which the main character likes doing something creative. Whether it’s painting, drawing, photography or, in this case, theater, it doesn’t matter, I always end up loving it.
So, those are some of the books on my Amazon ebook wishlist. If you’re interested in seeing what other books are on there, you can find the full list here. Now tell me, what are some of the ebooks that are on your wishlist?