Great Books For Spring Time

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I love springtime. It is my second favorite season after fall. I thought it would be a nice and simple post to give you all five books that are great for springtime. These books feel good and fresh just like the spring. Here it goes. If you click the images they will take you to Amazon where you can purchase. They are affiliate links 🙂 so, if you do click and purchase thank you so much.

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A Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue
Amour AmourCarry OnSpeak Easy, Speak Love Kiss the Skyborder-04

That is it for today’s post. I kept it very short and simple for today. What are some of your favorites to read during Springtime?

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Kathryn Calderon | 23 | Graphic Artist | Artist of many trades | Villains are my soul

12 thoughts on “Great Books For Spring Time

  1. I’ve heard amazing things about A Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue. Everyone says how great it is. I’ve heard the audiobook is really good. I am going to need to pick this up before the book about his sister comes out.

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  3. I love fall but I prefer summer over spring! Those are the six months where I read the most!
    So during spring I’ve seen that I’m moving slower on what comes to my reading schedule.
    I prefer reading series that take place throughout the year, like Harry Potter or Vampire Academy, but then I also prefer reading some more contemporary and new adult novels.
    I still haven’t read The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue but I really want to!

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    1. Gentlemen’s Guide was such a lovely surprise Vic! It was this wild adventure but also this cute story of two soft boys who are just hopelessly in love but have no idea what they’re doing. It was such an amazing book. Amour Amour is an amazing contemporary/new adult novel. As well as Kiss the Sky (its part of a series but all the books in it are amazing.) Speak Easy is a really wild and fun enemies to lovers (based on a Shakespeare play) and Carry On is like Gentleman’s Guide but with magic (also completely different but it’s similar in the sense that it’s a wild adventure with two soft and angsty boys hopelessly in love but enemies to lovers whereas Gentleman’s is friends to lovers.)

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