Top Ten Tuesday | Spring 2020 TBR

Happy Tuesday, bloggers!

Today is St. Patrick’s Day. And while many of us are staying away (or should stay away) from bars, I still want to celebrate it. So Happy St. Paddy’s Day, everyone!

Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. The next prompt is Spring 2020 TBR. Since I’m staying inside much more often than I usually do, my TBR list has grown quite a bit, but these picks are at the top.

Enjoy the post!

The Adamson All-Boys Academy

Since Stunich is connecting her Adamson All-Boys Academy with her Rich Boys of Burberry Prep series in a new one, I nearly squealed in delight. I love her writing and detail to attention. I cannot wait to read this bully romance.


A Lovely Confession

When I finished A Lovely Obsession, I knew I had to get my hands on the final book. The wait wasn’t long, but it feels like forever though. This series has some of the most eloquent writing I’ve ever read.


All the Stars and Teeth

Some of my blogger friends haven’t stopped talking about this book. What draws me is the pirates. So I hope to dedicate some time to this book.


Crescent City

I’ve been eyeing Crescent City since I first received my copy. I’m a huge Maas reader, so I’m eager to crack this new book open.


Rock-Hard Beautiful

I’ve had this book in another TTT post, but I’m excited to read this series. But Stunich, my new favourite author, hasn’t steered me the wrong way before.

13 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | Spring 2020 TBR

  1. House of Earth and Blood arrived last week and I honestly didn’t expect it to be so HUGE? Not that I’m complaining because I can’t get enough of Maas’ writing but.. It also means I’ll probably end up postponing on reading it until I get an ecopy since that reads way easier, haha.


  2. Was unfortunately not the biggest fan of House of Earth and Blood but tons of people enjoyed it and I really hope you do too! Also your TBR looks like a lot of fun~

    My TTT


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