Top Ten Tuesday | Books on My Spring TBR List

Top Ten Tuesday is brought to you by The Broke and the Bookish, and this week we’re jumping into spring (blog-wise – location-wise, we’re prepping for a Nor’easter.) It’s never easy limiting the number of books you’re looking forward to to ten, but I’m going to bite the bullet and git ‘er done!

 10 The Love Interest by Cale Dietrich

Teenage spies going rogue for love? Sign me up, please!

 9 Pipe Dreams by Sarina Bowen

Ahhh…a man and his stick. For some reason that’s an irresistible combo for me. 😉

 8 Marry in Haste by Anne Gracie

If you’ve been around for the past few weeks, you’ll see I’m currently making my way through one Anne Gracie series, and I’m loving it. So of course I am desperate for this one!


Making Waves by Laura Moore

Rich girl turning away from a life of wealth only to fall for someone in her parent’s circle? Yes, please!


The Thing About Love by Julie James

Quantico, partners, and a second chance romance? Pffft…I’m in.


Once and for All by Sarah Dessen

I love picking up a Sarah Dessen book and know I’m guaranteed to be swept into memories from my own past. So excited for this one!


Strays by Garrett Leigh

This one is right around the corner, but as far as I’m concerned, it can’t come fast enough. Love Garrett Leigh. Love everything she writes!


I Dared the Duke by Anna Bennett

I have an aversion to billionaires, but for some reason, a duke’ll snare me every time! Toss in that romantic cover, and it’s possible this book was made just for me.


At Attention by Annabeth Albert

Ummm…geeky boy turned hot? And with Annabeth Albert, he’s bound to have a heart of gold! Woo hoo!


Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer

I’m head over heels for this synopsis, and of course I’ll be waiting on tenterhooks for the big reveal scene. This one is bound to be a winner!

These are some of the books I am most looking forward to for spring 2017. Are there some you think should be on my list that I’ve overlooked? If so, I’d love to hear about them!

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  1. An interesting and eclectic list. I have never reada. Dessen even though I have long wanted to. The Kemmerer sounds good but I was so disappointed in her book last year…. I am going to wait.


    1. OK – I’ll take one for the team and read this Kemmerer one! LOL I haven’t read the one from last year.

      Oh, you should give Sarah Dessen a try. My favorites from her are The Truth About Forever and Just Listen.


  2. I’m glad to see Pipe Dreams on your list! I have Julie James’ book. It’ll be the first of hers I’ve read… which is kinda crazy to admit. I need to check out a couple others on your list here!

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    1. Oh, yes. This list wasn’t going to be complete without Pipe Dreams!

      I love Julie James. Her heroines are much more sophisticated and together than I’m used to in CR, and I appreciate knowing I’ll get that.


  3. Great list! I see at least four that are also on my wish list. And soooo many more. They are killing me with all these fantastic books releasing near each other. 🙂


    1. I can’t wait to get to that one. I love her books. Her heroines are more put together than most of the women I see in CR, and I love that I can count on that. I hope you enjoy it!


  4. Oh man. There are a lot of good looking books in your list. I’ve not read anything by Garrett Leigh but that cover has me intrigued.


    1. Oh, then back that train up, my friend and start with Misfits. It was a fantastic read, and we’re introduced to some of the secondary characters that will appear in this one.

      I’m hoping to love the follow-up!


    1. This will be my first full book from her. I’ve read one novella and enjoyed it, but it wasn’t really enough for me to fall in love with her writing. Maybe this one will be! Fingers crossed we both love it! 🙂


  5. I’ve not read any of these authors. I know that I’ve thought about trying Julie James. I’m almost exclusively supernatural/paranormal/sci-fi/dystopian/horror in my reading. I read a few that don’t fit into those categories, but they are few and far between. Tiffany Reisz is an author that I read a lot of that doesn’t fit into those genres. I hope you really enjoy all of these when they come out.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Rabid Reads


    1. I love Tiffany Reisz! You know, I don’t know why I don’t I don’t read more books with paranormal elements. I love them, and when I think back to when I was younger, that was mostly what I read. I get so caught up in CR and right now, HR. But I love anything paranormal when I read it.


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