All the TBR Thursdays in the last 3 months

Sophia: Princess, Suffragette, Revolutionary - Anita Anand Paddy Whacked: The Untold Story of the Irish American Gangster - T.J. English Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World - Linda R. Hirshman Beyond Belief: My Secret Life Inside Scientology and My Harrowing Escape - Jenna Miscavige Hill, Sandy Rustin, Lisa Pulitzer The Good Girls Revolt: How the Women of Newsweek Sued their Bosses and Changed the Workplace - Lynn Povich Red: A History of the Redhead - Jacky Colliss Harvey Lady Catherine, the Earl, and the Real Downton Abbey - The Countess Of Carnarvon

I have not been keeping up on TBR Thursdays* since at least the start of the year. I will pick it up again in April. Some of the books listed are from Harlequin's big sale late last year. Here are the books I picked up since the start of the year:


1. Sophia: Princess, Suffragette, Revoluntary by Anita Anand.

     Stuff You Missed in History Class podcast had an episode on Princess Sophia. I wanted more after listening.


2. The Sport of Baronets by Theresa Romain.

    A DABWAHA tournament nominee. Free novella, so I am taking the opportunity to read a new to me author. The author was hilarious when she was "trash talking" her competitors on Twitter.


3. True Pretenses by Rose Lerner.

     Lerner tends to feature working class and middle class MCs, which is nice break from the constant earl/duke/viscounts found in historical romance.


4. Far From Home by Neve Cottrell.

    Free from the NOOK store. Contemporary romance about politics.


5. Paddy Whacked by T.J. English.

    Non-fiction about the Irish Mafia.


6. The Stonemason and the Lady by Elizabeth McGlone

     Free from the NOOK store.


7. A Hope Undaunted by Julie Lessman.

   A long-time member of my wish list. Set in 1920s, so another nice break from Regency.


8. Mission to Murder (Tourist Trap #2) by Lynn Cahoon.

    The final piece needed to read through the series.


9. Succubus Lost (Files from the Otherworld Enforcement Agency #2) by Tiffany Allee

10. Lycan Unleashed (Files from the Otherworld Enforcement Agency #3) by Tiffany Allee

11. Vampire Games (Files from the Otherworld Enforcement Agency #4) by Tiffany Allee

      I picked up and read the first book (Banshee Charmer) in the series (free from the NOOK store) and liked it so much I picked up the rest of the series.


12. A Winter Wedding by Amanda Forester.

13. Listen to the Moon by Rose Lerner

14. Sisters in Law by Linda Hirshman

      Non-fiction book about Ruth Bader-Ginsberg and Sandra Day O'Connor and their relationship on and off the bench.


15. Beyond Belief by Jenna Miscavige Hill.

      Another wish list item. Seems everyone is reading this book.


16. Red: A History of the Redhead by Jacky Colliss Harvey.

      I blame Rebecca from Book Riot for mentioning this book in one of the podcasts. I love micro-history.


17. The Good Girls Revolt by Lynn Povich.

      One of the most important cases that started the second wave of feminism in the US.


18. The Nightingale Nurses (The Nightingales #3) by Donna Douglas

      Final book needed to read through the series. The series is really popular here in England.


19. Lady Catherine, the Earl, and the Real Downton Abbey by The Countess of Carnarvon.

     Because I am still in mourning after DA is finished.


20. Dangerous Allies by Renee Ryan.

      WWII spies sent to spy on each other and the enemy. YES!!!


21. Her Holiday Family by Winnie Griggs

22. My Fair Concubine by Jeannie Lin.

23. The Bootlegger's Daughter by Lauri Robinson.

24. A Dance with Danger by Jeannie Lin.

25. The Sword Dancer by Jeannie Lin.

26. The Soldier's Dark Secrets by Marguerite Kaye.

27. A Lady for Lord Randall by Sarah Mallory.

28. A Mistress for Major Bartlett by Annie Burrows.

29. A Rose for Major Flint by Louise Allen.


Edited to add:

30. Let It Shine by Alyssa Cole. Romance set in the 1960s Civil Rights Movement.

31. Be Not Afraid by Alyssa Cole. Romance set in the American Revolution era.


*TBR Thursdays bookish meme created by Moonlight Reader