Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead – This Month’s TBR List (March 2018)

Monthly Meme: Looking Ahead – This Month’s TBR list!

This is a monthly meme where you can share what you plan on reading for the month. On the first day of each month I will post Looking Ahead – This Month’s TBR List. If you have a TBR list for the month feel free to link in. You are more than welcome to use my image or one of your own. This will be a fun way to meet new bloggers, branch out to different genres, and find some new must-read books. Can one ever have too many books on their TBR list?!

Whether you link in with your own TBR list or not, be sure to click on the inlinkz to see the TBR list for those who have linked in.

Inlinkz will remain open until March 7th.

I usually have a pretty good idea of what I would like to read each month, but I’m feeling a bit indecisive this month. Therefore I am mentally committing to the following five books listed below and the rest will be as big of a surprise to me as it is to you.

Currently Reading…

Dreams of Falling by Karen White (NetGalley)

Goodreads Synopsis

It’s been nine years since Larkin fled Georgetown, South Carolina, vowing never to go back. But when she finds out that her mother has disappeared, she knows she has no choice but to return to the place that she both loves and dreads–and to the family and friends who never stopped wishing for her to come home. Ivy, Larkin’s mother, is discovered in the burned out wreckage of her family’s ancestral rice plantation, badly injured and unconscious. No one knows why Ivy was there, but as Larkin digs for answers, she uncovers secrets kept for nearly 50 years. Secrets that lead back to the past, to the friendship between three girls on the brink of womanhood who swore that they would be friends forever, but who found that vow tested in heartbreaking ways.

The Rest of the Month…

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
(Library eBook)

Goodreads Synopsis

The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it. It is simply there, when yesterday it was not. Within the black-and-white striped canvas tents is an utterly unique experience full of breathtaking amazements. It is called Le Cirque des Rêves, and it is only open at night.

But behind the scenes, a fierce competition is underway – a duel between two young magicians, Celia and Marco, who have been trained since childhood expressly for this purpose by their mercurial instructors. Unbeknownst to them, this is a game in which only one can be left standing, and the circus is but the stage for a remarkable battle of imagination and will. Despite themselves, however, Celia and Marco tumble headfirst into love – a deep, magical love that makes the lights flicker and the room grow warm whenever they so much as brush hands.

True love or not, the game must play out, and the fates of everyone involved, from the cast of extraordinary circus per­formers to the patrons, hang in the balance, suspended as precariously as the daring acrobats overhead.

The Defense (Eddie Flynn, #1) by Steve Cavanagh (Own-eBook)

Goodreads Synopsis

The truth has no place in a courtroom. The truth doesn’t matter in a trial.

The only thing that matters is what the prosecution can prove.

Eddie Flynn used to be a con artist. Then he became a lawyer. Turned out the two weren’t that different.

It’s been over a year since Eddie vowed never to set foot in a courtroom again. But now he doesn’t have a choice. Olek Volchek, the infamous head of the Russian mafia in New York, has strapped a bomb to Eddie’s back and kidnapped his ten-year-old daughter Amy.

Eddie only has 48 hours to defend Volchek in an impossible murder trial—and win—if wants to save his daughter.

Under the scrutiny of the media and the FBI, Eddie must use his razor-sharp wit and every con-artist trick in the book to defend his ‘client’ and ensure Amy’s safety. With the timer on his back ticking away, can Eddie convince the jury of the impossible?

Lose this case and he loses everything.

Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton

Goodreads Synopsis

After the death of her beloved grandmother, a Cuban-American woman travels to Havana, where she discovers the roots of her identity–and unearths a family secret hidden since the revolution…

Havana, 1958. The daughter of a sugar baron, nineteen-year-old Elisa Perez is part of Cuba’s high society, where she is largely sheltered from the country’s growing political unrest–until she embarks on a clandestine affair with a passionate revolutionary…

Miami, 2017. Freelance writer Marisol Ferrera grew up hearing romantic stories of Cuba from her late grandmother Elisa, who was forced to flee with her family during the revolution. Elisa’s last wish was for Marisol to scatter her ashes in the country of her birth.

Arriving in Havana, Marisol comes face-to-face with the contrast of Cuba’s tropical, timeless beauty and its perilous political climate. When more family history comes to light and Marisol finds herself attracted to a man with secrets of his own, she’ll need the lessons of her grandmother’s past to help her understand the true meaning of courage.


To be revealed soon!

Who doesn’t love a good mystery?!

Yesterday I celebrated my first Blogiversary with two giveaways. Check out my blog post – Reading Between the Pages turns one! to see what this book may be.


Have you read any of these? What are you looking forward to reading this month?

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Thank you for visiting and happy reading!

27 thoughts on “Looking Ahead – This Month’s TBR List (March 2018)

    1. Nothing wrong with taking it one book at a time. Sometimes it is hard to plan too far ahead. You can link your TBR in if you’d like to. You don’t need to have a long list of books to join in. Just a thought 🙂

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  1. Havana looks really good! I need to add that to my TBR!!
    I need to plan a monthly TBR, but I never know if I will stick with it, which is so odd since I’m crazy organized about everything else, lol. I’ve just been so moody about what to read lately…I think I should go take a look and see if I have an idea though because I have piles of unread books calling my name!

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      1. It’s a good idea 😊I couldn’t sleep last night and started to make one. It might have been too ambitious though since I think I have 20 books on it, lol. I’ll have to look over it and wean some off!

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  2. Can’t wait to hear what you think of next year in Havana. With kids home for three days last week and home sick the week before, I wasn’t able to do a March TBR. 😦 I’m totally winging it this month!

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