Top Ten Tuesday: Spring TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme/original feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Click the link to go to their site to see the original list for today plus links to a whole slew of other blogs. After you read mine, of course.

Today’s topic: Spring TBR List
TBR lists are my favorite things to make. I have several of these books, but haven’t read any of them yet. The next few months are FULL of books I’m excited for. 
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An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir
April 28. The buzz about this book is intensifying. It’s my understanding that this book has already been optioned for film. 
99 Days  by Katie Cotugno
April 21. This looks adorable. The 99 Days refers to how many days left until the protagonist leaves for college.
Rook by Sharon Cameron
April 28. In the city that was once Paris to people in an arranged marriage realize that their spouse isn’t who they thought. 
April 14. I loved The Reece Malcolm List–the author’s debut–so I have some high hopes for this book about two teens who vow to make things happen with their respective crushes.   
The Fill-in Boyfriend by Kasie West

May 5. This looks like another cute contemporary from Kasie West.

May 26. I’m excited to see what happens next in this sequel to To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. 
Tiny Little Things by Sona Charaipotra
May 26. If you tell me a book is about ballerinas, that’s pretty much all I need to know.

Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge
May 5. This is a reimagining of Little Red Riding Hood! It’s a stand-alone! That cover!

Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen
May 5. A new Sarah Dessen just goes hand-in-hand with summer in my mind.
June 2. After a girl loses the ability to speak after an accident she falls for a guy who challenges her. I love this charming cover and title. 
Proof of Forever by Lexa Hillyer
June 2. Time travel + summer camp. Sold. Totally sold. 
June 9. From what I can understand, a girl is placed in juvenile detention after the prophet of her cult is murdered. This looks so different and intriguing. 
Well that’s it for me. What books are topping your spring TBR? Link me up!
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  1. Some of these are on my list too–AN EMBER IN THE ASHES, 99 DAYS, SAINT ANYTHING, THE SACRED LIES OF MINNOW BLY. They all sound really good so I am super excited. And yes, new Kasie West! Ooh, and CRIMSON BOUND, I have an eARC of that but I'm hoping it's better than CRUEL BEAUTY. And I really want to read THE SUMMER OF CHASING MERMAIDS.

    Rachel @ Beauty and the Bookshelf


  2. LOVE this list! I also have 99 Days and Crimson Bound on my list. I am also dying to read Saint Anything and P.S. I Love You…can't wait for both of those! The Summer of Chasing Mermaids and Proof of Forever will definitely be in my beach bag as well. Great list, Natalie!


  3. I am seriously kicking myself for forgetting to add An Ember in the Ashes to my list this week. I NEED that pretty in my life! Oh and I've actually *just* sllllowly started Cruel Beauty but hopefully I can get caught up before Crimson Bound comes out 😀 I hope you get to all of these pretties this Spring^^ Here's my TTT post this week!

    Old follower,
    Micheline @ Lunar Rainbows Reviews


  4. I did contemporaries and Saint Anything, Fill-In Boyfriend, and P.S. I Still Love You made my list. Cannot wait!!! Ember in the Ashes is amazing, by the way. I was actually surprised to find out there may not be a sequel because there is so much story to tell and, although the main plot line is resolved, hardly anything else is. I reviewed the book before I knew all that. With all of the hype and the movie thing, how can the publisher not have bought a second book? I admit I have no idea how all this works, but there are so many crappy trilogies out there it can't be that hard. 🙂

    Great list! ~Pam


  5. Great list!! I love the cover of Rook. I definitely need to check that one out. Crimson Round looks great as well. It looks like you have some great books picked out for this spring!!

    Thanks for stopping by my TTT!!


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