March Challenge: Prompt #15

Hello fellow book worms! Today is the day. The final prompt. I’ve decided to stop at fifteen prompts so that I can actually finish all 15 books. I am on book ten currently. With there only being five days left in the month, I’ll be lucky if I can finish all of these before March ends!

My goal with this last one is going to be to try and pick the shortest book possible that still fits the prompt. Hopefully that will help me be able to finish all 15 books! Let’s find out what the final prompt of March will be!

“Read a book with a plant on the cover.”

YES! I have a book on my shelf that fits this, and it just happens to be the smallest book I own! At just 288 pages the book I am choosing for this prompt is:

The Cold is in Her Bones by Peternelle van Arsdale

Goodreads Synopsis:

One girl must uncover secrets of the past to save her friend from a terrible curse in this dark and mesmerizing story of love, revenge, and redemption inspired by the myth of Medusa.

Milla knows two things to be true: Demons are real, and fear will keep her safe

Milla’s whole world is her family’s farm. She is never allowed to travel to the village and her only friend is her beloved older brother, Niklas. When a bright-eyed girl named Iris comes to stay, Milla hopes her loneliness might finally be coming to an end. But Iris has a secret she’s forbidden to share: The village is cursed by a demon who possesses girls at random, and the townspeople live in terror of who it will come for next.

Now, it seems, the demon has come for Iris. When Iris is captured and imprisoned with other possessed girls, Milla leaves home to rescue her and break the curse forever. Her only company on the journey is a terrible new secret of her own: Milla is changing, too, and may soon be a demon herself.

The Cold Is in Her Bones is a novel about the dark, reverberating power of pain, the yearning to be seen and understood, and the fragile optimism of love.

I love greek mythology retellings and this is inspired by the myth of Medusa so I am very much excited to see how this plays out. The cover is pretty cool looking and definitely has lots of plant life! I hope my final book of the month ends up being a great read!

How many books do you think you’ll finish this month? Let me know in the comments! Thanks for checking out my final prompt post!I hope you’re reading lots of great books and staying healthy!
Happy Reading 🖤



  1. Love this idea! I’ve not taken part in a readathon for the longest time, but honestly have been in a bit of a slump recently. I did find a really good series called The Spinster Club and that’s really lifted me out of it, though. I might even go back to reading adult fiction now! Hope you’re well, take care 🙂

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