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I think this post is way overdue! I talk about Book of the Month all the time on my blog and social media, so its time to share my favorite Book of the Month books.
If you are unfamiliar with Book of the Month, I have a full review post on my blog for you to check out. I have been a Book of the Month member since 2018 and consider myself their best hypewoman.
If you decide one (or more!) of these books sound interesting, you can grab a copy from Book of the Month for only $5 with my link. Let’s discuss some of my favorite Book of the Month books.
If you haven’t seen me talking about this book, then you must be new around here!
I basically push The Anomaly on everyone all the time. It is blurbed as The X-Files meet Indiana Jones and I could not agree more with that description.
A Youtube creator and his team go searching for a secret cavern that another explorer claimed to have found in the Grand Canyon in 1909. But once the team arrives, the cave begins to turn on them in mysterious ways.
I have read this book twice, which means I really loved it because I don’t often reread books!
The Anomaly is currently sold out on Book of the Month, but you can grab a copy on Amazon or ask your favorite local bookstore to order it for you!
I wish this TJR book had been adapted instead of Daisy Jones and the Six.
I am not usually a historical fiction reader, but I am so glad I gave this book a chance!
A reclusive Hollywood starlet chooses an unknown reporter to give her the story a lifetime. Reporters have tried for years to interview the actress, so the reporter has to wonder why she was chosen to write Evelyn Hugo biography.
I was honestly really surprised to see this as a Book of the Month pick at the time because they did not have many fantasy books before 2022.
A young woman makes a bargain to live forever but is cursed to be forgotten by everyone she ever meets. But things change when, almost 300 years later, she meets a man in a bookstore who does remember her name.
A young woman accepts a job as a nanny for two children who live in a “smart house.” Mysterious things start to happen in the house and the woman begins to wonder if someone else is lurking around. Then something happens to one of the children and the woman finds herself trying to clear her name of a terrible crime.
I gasped so many times during this book because there were so many twists! Don’t read the full plot synopsis because it definitely give away too much of the plot.
This was my first book by the author but I will definitely be reading more from her!
This was a light read about a bodyguard and her client pretending to date so they can keep his need for protection a secret. Of course sparks fly as the dating begins to feel real.
There is one particular part involving a cow and when I tell you I was cackling like a mad woman! It was just hilarious and the perfect palette cleanser between thrillers last year.
This book was not on my radar at all, but I grabbed it last year because add-on titles are not always restocked when they sell out.
Spells is probably one of my favorite books of all time now. The story has a little bit of everything I love-mystery, romance, and magic.
Emery’s best friend was killed when they were in high school, and the tight-knit community on the island of Saiorse always suspected her boyfriend, August. Now August has returned to the island and he must confront the people who condemned him all the years ago.
Let me know if you’re interested in a part 2 of list because I definitely have more Book of the Month books I could talk about! Remember to use my link to sign up to get your first book for only $5!