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April 2022 Releases I’m Excited For!

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Hi friends and welcome to another installment of books I’m looking forward to! Spring is always a good time for books and there are lots of good ones coming your way in the next couple of months. These were just a few titles from April that stood out to me, some that I’ve already read and some I’m excited to get my hands on! This list is of course by no means comprehensive, these are just some of my standouts!

The Wedding Crasher by Mia Sosa: I absolutely loved the first book in this series, The Worst Best Man, and honestly it takes a lot for me to be into any kind of wedding related book because I live that life daily! But Mia’s voice and wit are so stellar, I’ve been looking forward to this one for a while and I’m super excited to read it. Releases April 5th.

To Marry and to Meddle by Martha Waters: I’ve already read this one (you can read my full review here) and loved it. I definitely will need to get my hands on a physical copy because I need to complete my set. I also just really loved this entire series from Martha and it was a lot of fun to see two characters who I’ve known over the course of the other books finally get their happily ever after. Plus, I am always here for books that involve live theater in any way, shape, or form! Releases April 5th.

Business Not as Usual by Sharon C. Cooper: I don’t know too much about this one other than it’s set in LA and has an opposites attract vibe. The female main character is working on her degree and wants to own her own business and the male main character comes from money and has famous parents. That’s the kind of set up I love, so I’m looking forward to seeing more about this one! Releases April 5th.

Funny You Should Ask by Elissa Sussman: I’ve already read this one too, and I’m 99.9% sure it’s going to be one of my favorite books of the year. This second chance romance between a movie star and the journalist who profiles him as he’s about to embark on the biggest movie of his career is perfection. It’s witty and charming and so full of heart. It takes place in LA, which I always love, and I’m definitely a sucker for a celebrity romance. I mostly just love how Elissa wove the story together so perfectly. You can read my full review here. Releases April 12th.

Birds of California by Katie Cotugno: I wasn’t sure what to expect with this one because I hadn’t heard too much about it, but it was the kind of book that once I started reading, I did not want to stop. It’s about a former child star who has had a bit of a breakdown and what happens when the guy who played her older brother (who she always had a crush on) tries to convince her to participate in a show reboot she absolutely doesn’t want to do. It weaves humor and tragedy beautifully together and if you watched sitcoms at all as a kid, you’re probably going to love this one. Releases April 26th.

So many books, so little time! Story of my life! What are you looking forward to reading in April?

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