Spring Reading: 10 books I want to read this Spring

Happy first day of Spring, everyone!!!

I did some blog hopping these days, and got an inspiration for this post.
I know this was a theme for TTT, but since I don’t do TTT and I still wanted to write about my Spring reads, I decided that first day of Spring would be a perfect day..

My main inspiration came from the post by Liv from curlyhairbibliophile .

Without further ado, these are 10 books I want to read this Spring:


  1. The Second Love of my Life by Victoria Walters

the second love

This book comes out on April 7th. I already read it’s short story prequel, The Summer I Met You (you can read my review here) and liked it very much, so I can’t wait to see what Walters cooked for us in her full-lenght debut.
I hear this women’s fiction story is a real tearjerker so I’ll make sure to prepare some tissues for myself.


2. The Winner’s Triology by Marie Rutkoski


I want to read this series for some time now and, since the last book is coming out soon, I figured it would be the best to just marathon the whole series. I want to do it ASAP, so that’s the reason why I’m choosing to read it this Spring.


3. The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater

the raven

Another series I want to marathon. First thing that bought me as a reader is the gorgeous cover for the last book in the series (yes, I know, I am shallow like that).
Second thing is, one of my favorite booktubers, Daniella from Pixie Tonic chanel said this is the best ya series outthere at this very moment, and I trust her opinion more they anyone’s.


4. Summer Nights at the Moonlight Hotel by Jane Costello

Summer Nights at Moonlight hotel

My favorite author is coming out with her new book on March 24th. This book is the first one from this list that I’ll be reading, and I plan to do that on it’s releasing day, if TBD delivers it on time. I am too excited for this one!


5. The Glittering Court by Richelle Mead

the glittering court

Another book I plan to read on it’s releasing day, April 5th (if TBD delivers it on time, that is!). Richelle Mead is also one of my all-time favorite authors and I can’t wait to see what she prepared for us this time!


6. Warrior Witch by Danielle L. Jensen

warrior witch

My favorite on-going series is coming to an end and I can’t wait to see how it all’s going to wrap up, but am also sad to say goodbye to this world and it’s characters.
I am sure this series will be the one I’ll re-read many times in my life.


7. I heart London by Lindsey Kelk

I heart london

I am the worst reader ever, because this is my favorite chick-lit series and I still haven’t finished it.
I just HEART Angela Clark and Jenny Lopez and can’t wait to hang out with them again this Spring.


8. The Girl Against the Universe by Paula Stokes

girl against

I simply can’t wait for this ya contemporary to come out. It sounds like it is written for me and I hope it will live up to my expectations. This one comes out on May 17th.


9. Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery


This classic is the one I want to read very soon. I never got the chance to read it in my native language, so I bought it in English. I can’t wait to see how I’ll like the book that is loved by so many people in the world.


10. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen


Once again I am the worst reader ever. This book that is loved by so many people in the world is the one that is still not on my “read” list.
I plan to change that this Spring in a hope that I’ll like it.


What books do you plan to read this Spring?
Tell me all about it in comments. 🙂

28 thoughts on “Spring Reading: 10 books I want to read this Spring”

  1. I still have to read Pride and Prejudice too, I keep putting it off without any real reason. Well, any real reason other than I’m not too fond of classics as they require me to focus on the English rather than the actual story, it takes me a little longer than contemporary books to understand them.
    The Second Love of my Life sounds very interesting, I love the title!
    I don’t really have a spring TBR, although at the moment I’m feeling a lot like reading romance and chick lit!

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    1. ohh, romance and chick-lit are always fun to read, and if you asko me, Spring and Summer are perfect for those genres.
      I wasn’t fond of classics either but for the last 6 months I figured I actually enjoy them, so I want to read at least one a month, but you know how it is… always some new releases, arcs and old books from your favorite authors, classics always end up being the last ones on priority list.

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    1. Ohhh, I only read the first book in Herry Potter, so I guess I’ll have to read the rest at some point.
      I keep hearing about P&P and how great it is so I hope I’ll like it. 🙂
      I wish you happy reading with HP and thank you for the visit! 🙂


  2. I want to read some of these books, too! I definitely want to give Anne of Green Gables a shot soon. I tried The Raven Boys in February, but unfortunately, that book just wasn’t for me. Beautiful writing, though!

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    1. ohh, I’ve heard Raven Boys is not for everyone, so that’s another reason why I want to read it. I hope I will like it but you never know…
      I hope you’ll enjoy reading Anne!
      Thank you for the visit! 🙂


      1. Would it be too late for you to start it on April 15th. I can’t do it before that, because I have some personal stuff + there are books I have to read yet. If it is too late, then you can read on your own, I won’t get mad or anythig, don’t worry.

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      2. Well, we can set chapters number per day pace if you’d like? I kinda prefer that way because then we have more time to discuss and we don’t have to chase each other everyday, if you know what I mean…
        We can DM eachother in April to make a plan then?

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    1. I understand you complitely, I’m dying too…
      Maybe we’ll buddy read it in our group, I’ll have to go there and see what books are planned for which day… I’ve been pretty shitty member this whole month…
      But yeah, I am never sad when I get rejected on Netgalley because there are always other books and I can always buy myself a phisical copy when the book’s coming out (for example I don’t even request eARCs of my favorite series if I want to read it for the first time from my own copy, like with Warrior Witch), but I was pretty sad when I got rejected for The Glittering Court. The thing is. I already knew I had no chance to get it, but I requested it anyway…
      Thanks for stopping by!


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