#5OnMyTBR is a bookish meme hosted by E. @ Local Bee Hunter’s Nook and you can learn more about it here or in the post announcing it. It occurs every Monday when we post about 5 books on our TBR.
‘Heartwarming’ feels like a hard one because it can mean different things to do different people, and sometimes it’s kind of hard to tell if a book is going to be heartwarming or not before reading, but I’m going to pick out five books from my TBR that I think will warm my heart at least a little by the time I’m finished.
#5OnMyTBR April 3: Heartwarming
Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert
I spotted this second-hand when I was almost finished with the Take a Hint, Dani Brown audiobook, and I instantly grabbed it. If book 2 is anything to go by, I’m going to absolutely love this, and definitely end up with my heart very much warmed!
The Secret Life of an Uncool Mum by Serena Terry
Genre: Contemporary – Humour
I very much enjoyed The Sh!te Before Christmas, and pre-ordered this almost as soon as I was finished, eager to read the book that came before. The Christmas book definitely had plenty of heart-warming moments along with some downright hilarious ones, so I’m looking forward to relaxing with this.
#Sweets For Love by Elodie Nowodazkij
This is another series book, but this time I’m actually reading them in the right order! #TheLeftoverBride was a wonderfully charming book with one of my favourite romance heroes to date (hockey’s version of Roy Kent, basically), and I’m really looking forward to returning to Swans Cove – I have no doubt this will make me feel as many warm and fuzzies as the first book!
This is a mystery, so there’s a murder at the heart of it, but Pepper’s journey sounds really interesting and like it could provide that lovely heart-warming feeling, as she takes over a magical familiar shop despite the fact she doesn’t like animals. I love books with talking animals, and witches, and all the different elements this provides, so I really have a good feeling about this one.
Beards! Twins! One who’s broody and reserved and you can definitely see why I picked this up, right? I love a grumpy love interest, and I gabbed this as soon as I could. Admittedly, it’s been sitting on my digital shelf for way too long at this point, but when I can fit it in I will, and I have no doubt it’ll have me grinning through most of it.
Have you read any of these? Got any reviews you want to point me too? Or maybe there are other heart-warming books you’ve read and want to recommend? Just let me know in the comments.