Spring Reading Guide & TBR

So I love reading books that go in conjunction with the current season so of course, I’m going to start some contemporary books! Some of these other books are just ones that I want to read but ya know, it’s spring so why not post a spring TBR.

So first, here are some of the books that I would recommend reading during the spring season.

1. Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen


This book is exactly what I was looking for and I definitely recommend it if you want a romance but also stressed family dynamic (as in it’s not just a love story). I read this book outside after a hike and I think I enjoyed it more because of this fact so that’s the main reason I recommend it as a spring read.

2. Love and Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch


This book was so so cute and it was such a nice relaxing book for me to read over spring break because it didn’t require much thought. It was exactly what I look for in a contemporary book and I have a review up for it on this blog! Click here to go read it!

3. The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner


So I might be slightly biased because I absolutely loved this book but I really think it would be a good book to read over spring break or even over a weekend. The only warning I will give is that it is sad and I cried. But it’s amazing! I wish I could read it all over again so I highly recommend! I also have a review up, click here to read it!

4. The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslye Walton


This is the contemporary you should read if you want to think and you don’t mind having to completely pay attention to a book. This book was beautiful and I think I might read it again at some point, either in the spring or the summer just because I enjoyed it.

And here are some contemporary books that I want to read!

1. My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand


2. Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum


3. The Space Between the Stars by Anne Corlett


4. The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson


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