5 Books I Plan To Read In March


Hey everyone, and welcome back to my blog. As most of you may already know from my previous post, I have been out of my reading game recently. However, I have started to get back into reading and I am so excited to finally tackle my TBR! Although I do have a very busy schedule planned for March, I am hoping to make enough time to read these 5 books!

Before I FallBefore I Fall by Lauren Oliver:
This is actually my current read, but I don’t know if I will be able to finish it before the start of March. My last week of February is so busy that I don’t even know if I will have any reading time. But, I am currently about a third into this book and I am really enjoying it! I remember when there was so much hype around this book when the movie released, and it is totally worth it. Lauren Oliver has created such a unique story line that is worth reading. I cannot wait to see how this book ends!

Furyborn (Empirium, #1)Furyborn by Claire Legrand:
I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this book back in January from Sourcebooks Fire! I don’t actually know how I was able to snag a copy, since this book literally seems like the next fantasy hit. But I am super excited to read this book and share my thoughts with all of you before the release date (May 22nd). I haven’t read a fantasy book in forever, so I am super excited to dive into a new one! And, I have heard that there is a bi main character in this book, which I have never read about before. Let’s hope that this book lives up to all of the 5 star ARC reviews it has!

The Thousandth Floor (The Thousandth Floor, #1)The Thousandth Floor by Katherine McGee:
Okay, I am pretty sure that this book has been on every TBR list I have made since November, but I still haven’t re-started it yet! As some of you may remember, I started reading this book back in October, gave it a short break, and ended up forgetting everything that happened. Ever since then, I have been trying to re-start it, since I know that I WILL really enjoy this book. During March, I am going on a vacation so I might bring this book along with me to read on the plane rides, during the layovers and during any down time.

Falling Kingdoms (Falling Kingdoms, #1)Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes:
Alaina is bringing back the fantasy books this month! I have been in such a contemporary kick for the past few months, but I think it is time I get back to some of the fantasy books that I have been ignoring on my shelves. I bought Falling Kingdoms back in December, I believe, and it was the first time I have EVER seen it at Chapters. One of my favorite bookstagrammers (Caden at A Thousand Books To Read) has raved about this book and this series and I cannot wait to see if I will also enjoy it! I’ve heard it described as the YA version of Game of Thrones, which should be interesting.

And I Darken (The Conqueror's Saga, #1)And I Darken by Kiersten White:
Fun fact: I have owned this book as long as I have owned Falling Kingdoms, and I know literally nothing about this book. It was a hardcover that was on sale for $6, so I couldn’t resist picking it up. Alike Falling Kingdoms, I have had this on my shelves for a few months now. However, I keep putting it off because of its size. This book is huge and intimidating, especially when you are a student like me who gets homework almost every night. But, I want to try to squeeze this book in during March because I absolutely cannot wait to see what all of the hype is about!

And that’s it for today’s post! What do you plan to read in March? Have you read any of the books in this post? Let me know your thoughts about them! Don’t forget to like, comment and follow my blog to stay up to date with my future posts!

Happy Reading,

Review: If There’s No Tomorrow by Jennifer L. Armentrout


If There's No TomorrowInformation:
Title/Author: If There’s No Tomorrow by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Series: Standalone
Release Date: September 5, 2017
Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Genre: YA, Contemporary, Romance
Rating: ✭✭✭✭✭

A single choice can change everything.

Lena Wise is always looking forward to tomorrow, especially at the start of her senior year. She’s ready to pack in as much friend time as possible, to finish college applications, and to maybe let her childhood best friend Sebastian know how she really feels about him. For Lena, the upcoming year is going to be epic—one of opportunities and chances.

Until one choice, one moment, destroys everything.

Now Lena isn’t looking forward to tomorrow. Not when friend time may never be the same. Not when college applications feel all but impossible. Not when Sebastian might never forgive her for what happened.

For what she let happen.

With the guilt growing each day, Lena knows that her only hope is to move on. But how can she move on when she and her friends’ entire existences have been redefined? How can she move on when tomorrow isn’t even guaranteed?

YOU GUYS, this book was amazing. Literally, I read this weeks ago and I am still beyond words with how good this book was. I have been struggling to come up with the words to express my emotions for this book, but it just hasn’t been working. I don’t think I can do it justice. But, this review really can’t wait forever.

For those of you who didn’t already know, Jennifer L. Armentrout is my favorite author. I have read (and reviewed!) so many of her books, and have yet to hate any of them. This one was no exception. It was flawlessly written with amazing characters, a tear-worthy plot and a romance that beats so many others.

What I liked…

Literally everything. I flew through this book so fast since there was nothing that I disliked.

The plot in this book was what originally attracted me and made me want to read this book, as it does with most. Most of Jennifer L. Armentrout’s YA contemporaries follow a main female who has gone through something traumatic in their life. For Lena Wise, it was a car crash. A devastating car crash that changed both her as a person, and her view of the future. She didn’t want to look back but she also feared what would come tomorrow. But the big question was “what if there was no tomorrow?” What if she had died in that car crash and not lived to get married, have children or even to go to college.

If anything, Lena Wise is one of my favorite JLA females. She was a volleyball player, an avid reader, a lover of history, and simply a girl who cannot wait to move on to college. But her life takes a turn of events when she happens to be in a devastating car crash. She no longer is as happy as before, nor is she as open. She became secretive, which caused her to *almost* break apart multiple friendships and relationships. But most of all, it almost cost her her best friend and crush.

Sebastian, Sebastian, Sebastian. What a babe! Football player, extremely hot, and super emotional. Literally, if any character shed more emotions than Lena in this novel, it was Sebastian. He proved how much he cared for her, even before he confessed his love. He was chivalrous and treated Lena like royalty. I don’t know how, but I am pretty sure that Jennifer L. Armentrout is the queen of writing about hot gentlemen.

The romance in this book was AMAZING! I absolutely love romance in books and most of the time YA books don’t have enough to satisfy me. But this one had such a sweet and cute romance that I could rant about for hours. Let’s just get it out there that Lena and Sebastian are definitely on my OTP list.

Also, does anyone else just love when authors mention one of your favorite series in their books? Possibly you are even a fan of the ACOTAR series by Sarah J. Maas… Well, you are in store for a treat. Within the first 100 pages of this book, the author mentioned the series approximately 10 times. Our main character, Lena, hit home with how much she loves reading!

My favorite quotes…

“I knew I couldn’t go back and start a new beginning. I couldn’t rewrite the middle. All I could do was change tomorrow, as long as I had one.”

“Sometimes I just wanted to…I don’t know, escape life. To delve headfirst into a world that dealt with real-life issues to open my eyes, or a world that was something else, something completely unreal. One with warring faes or roaming vampire clans. I wanted to experience new things and always, always, read the last page feeling satisfied.
Because sometimes happily-ever-after existed only in the books I read.”



This book was unlike anything I have ever read before. It was inspiring and proved how one wrong mistake can totally change your life. Jennifer L. Armentrout’s character were very relatable and realistic. I’ve mentioned so many times on this blog about how I love Jennifer L. Armentrout’s books and this is why: they never fail to thrill and excite me.

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Happy Reading,