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Angie's 2020 Must Be Mine List

Tomorrow is always fresh. With no mistakes in it. 
And here is the list of upcoming titles that I can hardly wait to read. Behold, my most anticipated novels of 2020:






 And no covers for these ones yet, but I've got my eye on them just the same:
Two Rogues Make a Right by Cat Sebastian
Second First Impressions by Sally Thorne
The Bride Bet by Tessa Dare
Instant Karma by Marissa Meyer
The Invisible Life of Addie La Rue by V.E. Schwab
A Duchess a Day by Charis Michaels

Which titles are on your list?

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  1. I have read Headliners, Love Her or Lose Her, and Every Other Weekend. I think all three got 4.5 stars from me - near perfect! I also hope to read Loathe at First Sight, By the Book, Dani Brown, The Switch, Breath Like Water, and Verona Comics. I adored Chloe Brown, and want more of the Brown sisters stories, and I thought the Flatshare was great. The others just sound like great fits for me. Hope you get to read them all!

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    1. Ooh. Three 4.5 star reads! I'm so excited. I loved Chloe Brown so very much.

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  2. Definitely looking forward to Headliners and Return of the Thief. Oh, I have The Switch and The Bride Bet on my list also. My list is still small but I think it's going to get bigger after looking up some of these. :)

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    1. I honestly can't believe we're actually getting Return of the Thief this year!

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  3. Return of the Thief and Instant Karma are both on my 2020 list! I am also excited to try: Smoke Bitten by Patricia Briggs (This may be tied with Return of the Thief as my Most Anticipated), The Upside of Falling by Alex Light, The Shadows Between Us by Tricia Levenseller, The Notorious Virtues by Alwyn Hamilton,
    We Free the Stars by Hafsah Faizal, Thorn by Intisar Khanani (A Goose Girl
    retelling!), and one MG - Winterborne Home for Vengeance and Valor by Ally Carter. - Miss Clark

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    1. I have got to catch up on Mercy Thompson! I'm a few behind, and it really has been one of my favorite urban fantasy series for so long now. Thanks for sharing each of those titles. The Upside of Falling was on my radar, but I I'm going to go look the rest of them up now!

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  4. ... do you think Rainbow will bless us with Any Way the Wind Blows? >.>
    I can't wait to read The Invisible Life of Addie La Rue either, I just really want to love it.

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    1. I WISH! I somehow doubt it will be done until next year, but we can dream, right?!

      I'm also intrigued by Addie La Rue. Fingers crossed.

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