St. Patrick's Day is this month, and I can tell you with certainty that if any of us were leprechauns, we'd be hiding a pile of books at the end of the rainbow rather than a pot of gold. SEASONAL JOKE!
We're feeling pretty lucky (subtle seasonal joke!) when it comes to our March stacks, so check 'em out below then hit us up with your own TBR list in the comments.
Nothing Left To Burn by Heather Ezell
Turn-ons: 24 hour timeline, wildfires, sexy volunteer firefighters
Restore Me (Shatter Me #4) by Tahereh Mafi
Turn-ons: Warner, Warner's POV (!), anything Warner does, any scene Warner is in, ::flame emojis::
Finding Felicity by Stacey Kade
Turn-ons: A protagonist (a little too) obsessed with Felicity, freshman year in college
Olivia Twist by Lorie Langdon
Turn-ons: Gender-bent retelling, brash street urchin-turned-debutant, promise of enemistry
Hero at the Fall (Rebel of the Sands #3) by Alywn Hamilton
Turn-ons: Rebel of the Sands finale, Amani and crew, rebellion resolution
The Final Six by Alexandra Monir
Turn-ons: International Space Training Camp, conspiracy, teenagers saving humanity
Obsidio (The Illuminae Files #3) by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
Turn-ons: More Illuminae Files, "... a final battle will be waged on land and in space, heroes will fall, and hearts will be broken."
More Than We Can Tell by Brigid Kemmerer
Turn-ons: Companion novel to Letters to the Lost, standing up to abuse, Rev's story, all the feels
To Kill A Kingdom by Alexandra Christo
Turn-ons: Deadly sirens, a loose Little Mermaid retelling
Orphan, Monster, Spy by Matt Killeen
Turn-ons: Blonde, blue-eyed Jewish girl infiltrates a German boarding school during WWII as a spy
The Beloved Wild by Melissa Ostrom
Turn-ons: Historical fiction, dressing up as a boy to escape certain marriage, adventuring
For Today I Am a Boy by Kim Fu
Turn-on: I'm a sucker for a transgender protagonist.
The Automobile Girls at Newport by Laura Dent Crane
Turn-ons: Reprint of a 1910 book, back when cars were a newfangled thing