April Picks for BOTM

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Every month BOTM makes five to seven books available to subscribers, plus a plethora of add-ons to choose from. Here are Cat’s choices for the month!

April’s BOTM choices are:

-Hang the Moon (Historical Fiction)
-The Only Survivors (Thriller)
-Romantic Comedy (Contemporary Fiction)
-Camp Zero (Dystopian)
-Adelaide (Contemporary Fiction)
-Ana Maria and the Fox (Historical Romance)
-Advika and the Hollywood Wives (Contemporary Fiction)

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Cat’s Picks:

The Only Survivors – Megan Miranda is back with her latest thriller, The Only Survivors. This story follows the anniversary of an accident. As tradition holds, there is more to this accident than meets the eye.

You guys know me, I’m going to nab any and all thrillers that pop up on the BOTM selection. I just can’t help myself! Plus, I’ve read and enjoyed Megan Miranda’s works in the past, so it was an obvious choice for me.

Stay tuned later this month for my review of The Only Survivors!

Romantic Comedy – How often have you heard a person swear off love only to instantly find their person? Enter Sally Milz. She’s a comedy writer and the latest person to make such a promise to herself. Naturally, we all know what will happen next.

I’ve been trying to branch out of the normal genres I read, and something about Romantic Comedy really tempted me here. I think it’s the comedic air about it. I love a book with a good sense of humor, and I’m hoping Romantic Comedy delivers on that front.

Stay tuned later this month for my review of Romantic Comedy!

Camp Zero – Billed as a blend of Station Eleven and The Power, Camp Zero tells the story of a small handful of survivors following the horrors that climate change brings with it. Set in northern Canada, this is the story of survival and humanity.

I’ve been hearing quite a lot about Camp Zero, so I had already been thinking about picking it up. When I saw it on the BOTM list, it felt like fate (bookish fate?). Plus, I love dystopian novels and feel like it’s been a hot minute since I read a good one. So, fingers crossed!

Stay tuned later this month for my review of Camp Zero!

Divine Rivals – Enemies to lovers meet magic and journalism in Divine Rival. Two young reporters, Iris and Roman, were pretty content to be rivals in their careers. Until chance and fate force them to work together.

Divine Rivals is one of the new BOTM Spotlight choices, and I knew right away I wanted to nab this beauty! I’ve had my eyes on all new Rebecca Ross novels (ever since the release of A River Enchanted).

Stay tuned later this month for my review of Divine Rivals!

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