YA Contemporaries Perfect for Spring Time
I know this may sound odd. Many of you are from the northern hemisphere, you see. I on the other hand, am not. In Australia, spring has sprung, and I want to talk to you about my favourite genre to read when it starts to get hot: YA Contemporary.
New YA Releases
From a series:
This sounds like it’s a bit like Anna and the French Kiss (Lola and the Boy Next Door (Anna and the French Kiss #2) Review & Isla and the Happily Ever After (Anna and the French Kiss #3) Review). Can’t go wrong there! (Unless you’re LilyCReads…)
I’ve just received the first book in this series. It seems like your typical YA. Not that great, but there’s guarantee that it won’t be a 1/5 star (unless it’s by Morgan Matson, whom I loathe: Review: Since You’ve Been Gone).
I don’t need to fill you in on the infamous Royals series. I swear, I see somebody raving (positive or negatively) this series at least once a month. Some people love it, some hate it, but if you’re up for it, I think it’d be a lovely Spring read!
- A Map for Wrecked Girls by Jessica Taylor
This was sponsored by all the top Booktubers. It sounds like Lord of the Flies
ew crossed with We Were Liars ( omfg FAVE We Were Liars Review)
- Kissing Max Holden by Katy Upperman
The title says it all. It’s a cutesy romance. Suits spring, doesn’t it?
- Little Monsters by Kara Thomas
I actually haven’t looked into this book much but it’s been circulating my GR feed for a little less than a month now- I thought I’d add it onto this list.
- The Lake Effect by Erin McCahan
This book gave me the creeps but has that summer-time
feel to it.
- Changes in Latitudes by Jen Malone
Okay, yes. Look at that cover. Judge the plot by that cover. Spring vibes, amiright?
- What to Say Next by Julie Buxbaum
I AM SO KEEN TO READ THE BOOK! I wanted an ARC, but I was too late to apply 😦 But it’s okay, I’ll read the final copy ASAP.
- Lucky in Love by Kasie West
It’s Kasie West. You can’t go wrong.