Spring Reading Recommendations

The books are perfect for the spring season! 🌸

This post’s alternate title could easily – books featuring nature 😅 To me spring is all about things turning green again! It’s been a long, dreary winter and I’m ready for color and sunshine. So when I think of spring books I think rainy vibes, wilderness settings, and sunshine characters.

Here are some books that fit this vibe, and I think would be perfect for this transition season!

1. Lost in the Never Woods by Aiden Thomas

Read if you’re looking for: Haunted woods, Mental health representation, Peter Pan retelling, Metaphor & exploration of adulthood.

2. A Dark and Hollow Star (A Dark and Hollow Star #1) by Ashley Shuttleworth

Read if you’re looking for: New epic Fae fantasy, Urban fantasy, Queer love, Badass heroines

3. Love At First by Kate Clayborn

Read if you’re looking for: Something soft and sweet, Found family, Swoony doctor hero, Forced proximity

4. Much Ado About You by Samantha Young

Read if you’re looking for: An escape to England, Small town vibes and bookstore setting, an adorable dog and swoony farmer owner, Age gap with an older heroine

5. Into the Heartless Wood by Joanna Ruth Meyer

Read if you’re looking for: Beautiful prose & writing, Deadly haunted woods, Forbidden love, Epic battle, Grey morality

6. Fable by Adrienne Young

Read if you’re looking for: Pirates, Found family, Grey morality, Slow burn romance

7. House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig

Read if you’re looking for: Atmospheric setting, Creepy rainy vibes, Retelling, Ghosts

8. Sawkill Girls by Claire Legrand

Read if you’re looking for: Sentient nature, Scary demon, Queer love, Powerful female friendships

9. The Grace Year by Kim Liggett

Read if you’re looking for: (More) Haunted woods, Deep exploration of feminism, Ominous apocalyptic vibes

10. The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner

Read if you’re looking for: Grey morality, Historical fiction, Women taking control of the lives

What are some books you think would be perfect for spring? I’d love to hear your recommendations!

13 thoughts on “Spring Reading Recommendations

  1. I keep picking up and putting down HOSAS cause I’m scared I’ll be scared? I did that with City of Ghosts by Victoria Schwab before I decided to just finish the book and now I’m obsessed with the series. HOPING the same happens with HOSAS lol! The Lost Apothecary was my BOTM pick this month!

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