One of my FAVORITE posts to write and read are posts highlighting new upcoming releases! Hopefully 2021 brings us less drama, more consistency with release dates, and overall GREAT books! I’ve rounded up my top 8 releases that are coming out between January-June of 2021 that I am the most excited for!
I’m also linking up with Top Ten Tuesday for today’s post!
You Have a Match (January) | I don’t think anyone who’s read Tweet Cute can deny that Emma Lord is a wonderful addition to the YA author line up, and I’m thrilled to have an ARC of her upcoming release! While the premise of this one is definitely different from her debut, I’m crossing my fingers for more amazing food and dessert descriptions!
The Project (February) | This one is cheating a bit because I snuck this one in as one of my last reads of 2020, but it’s so well written and definitely another excellent thriller by Courtney Summers.
A Court of Silver Flames (February) | It’s no secret that I am ACOTAR trash and I am SO excited to get a novel about Nessian!
Chain of Iron (March) | My favorite Cassie Clare Shadowhunter novels are always the historical fiction ones and I’ve so far loved The Last Hours and getting to revisit my faves from TMI while still getting a fresh story of a new generation of Shadowhunters!
Good Girl, Bad Blood (April) | I think this technically released in 2020 in the UK but comes out in 2021 in the US. I adored the first book in this series and I am thrilled to see what the author does next!
Luck of the Titanic (May) | Stacey Lee is truly a queen of historical fiction and I’m super interested to see what she does with a Titanic setting! Although I’ll admit I am a little nervous because I’ve never actually watched the film (I know, but I hate seeing characters die on sinking ships in movies/shows!)
The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba (May) | I adore Chanel Cleeton’s Cuban historical fiction novels (and I always learn so much from them!) This one still centers on Perez family members (the family that’s mentioned throughout all of the books in her companion series) as well as new characters and historical figures.
The Soulmate Equation (May) | It’s CLo, what more is there to say? Also, intrigued that the protagonist in this one is a mother, I like that they are expanding their romances to women who aren’t just young and single.
Are any of these on your most highly anticipated list for 2021?