Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature from The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s list is all about the Spring books on our TBR! I went a teensy bit over the limit this week, and featured ten YA and ten NA/Adult books I can’t wait to read.
These are the Twelve Books on my Spring TBR:
Wanderlost by Jen Malone – Aubree poses as her sister and leads a group of senior citizens on a European bus tour. What could go wrong?
Love & Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch – How cute is this cover? Lina goes to Italy to find her estranged father and meanwhile gets to know her deceased mother better through her journals.
When We Collided by Emery Lord – I have been eager to read this one for months! It’s about a summer romance, featuring a girl with bipolar disorder and a boy is grieving his father’s death.
The Inside of Out by Jenn Marie Thorne – I liked Thorne’s debut The Wrong Side of Right and I’m intrigued by this one’s description “Meg Cabot Meets Glee.”
The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson – A congressman’s daughter’s life changes overnight when her father is involved with a political scandal. Look at all those cute dogs on the cover!
You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour & David Levithan – Two favorite authors collaborating – love it! This coming-of-age is about friendship and first love.
Keep Me Posted by Lisa Beazley – Two sisters that live far from each other promise to keep in touch the old-fashioned way, by writing actual letters. But one sister posts the letters online and they go viral, to the social media-phobe sister’s chagrin.
Will You Won’t You Want Me? by Nora Zelevansky – Marjorie was the popular girl in high school, and ten years later she’s feeling lost. Can she get her confidence back and find herself again?
Summer Skin by Kirsty Eagar – I just ordered this Australian NA book from The Book Depository- it’s getting rave reviews!
One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid – A woman has to choose between the husband she thought was dead and her new fiancé.
The Year We Turned Forty by Liz Fenton & Lisa Steinke – Three best friends get the chance to relive the year they turned forty and do things differently this time.
The Nest by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney – A joint family trust fund causes friction between the dysfunctional Plumb family siblings.
What is on your Spring TBR?