Hello all you lovelies! Spring is in the air (finally!), and there is no shortage of fresh reading material to plow through so get ready to add all of the below to your list asap!! The spring must-reads lists is made up of the usual thrilling page turners that I tend to gravitate to, some fantasy, some pretty non-fiction and coffee table additions and overall, something for everyone. Definitely will be packing the final one for our upcoming trip as well 🙂
Enjoy & all the spring must-reads are linked to shop right below so you can have them sent right to ya! I always get my books from Indigo in case you’re wondering, and they come super quick! xx
Magnolia Table by Joanna Gaines – Ok, so this one JUST dropped this week and is by Joanna Gaines so NEED I SAY MORE?! Basically anything to keep my Fixer Upper obsession alive and there’s over 100 very indulgent sounding recipes to try from this cookbook. If the treats that are always on the table for their client consultations are any indication, this is a MUST in your collection.
The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert – Be still my tween-y fantasy-loving heart. I read the description of this and had to give it a read. It is a page turner for sure but did not evolve as I had expected at all (which is actually quite refreshing). It’s a really interesting concept (quite dark if you’re into that) and I enjoyed it. A great easy read.
Unraveling Oliver by Liz Nugent – This was more a thriller that you would come to expect from my book lists, and kept me interested. I like that it wasn’t a mystery re: if a crime happened, but rather the stressors leading up to it. Each chapter is written from the perspective of a different character at different points in time so keeps you engaged. Again, a quick and enjoyable one to tackle if you like the genre!
Escape by Gray Malin – always have to include a coffee table option because they’re just SO pretty 🙂 This one is gorgeous for any surface, guests will love perusing and also a great gift option for any wanderlusters in your circle.
Dangerous Crossing by Rachel Rhys – I was torn over this one because the synopsis sounded so good but the last time I read a book about a crime on a boat I hated it (looking at you, ‘The Woman in Cabin 10’). Happy to report this is a welcomed addition to the spring must-reads list, and a solid mystery option if you’re looking for fiction.
Farenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury – This is what I’m tackling next, and I’m going to be honest I had never heard of it before seeing the preview for the upcoming TV adaptation starring Michael B. Jordan (which is pretty embarrassing considering how acclaimed it is).The show is being dubbed as the next ‘Handsmaid Tale” so consider my interest piqued. I want to finish before the May 19 premiere so a copy will be accompanying me to Bermuda.