Friday Favorites: Spring-Inspired Books or Covers

By: Cait Marie

Happy Friday! This one was trickier than I anticipated, so some of these take place in the spring, but most either remind me of spring or have pretty spring-looking covers (aka flowers).

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  • A Court of Thorns and Ruin series by Sarah J. Maas
  • Spring’s Rising by Robin D. Mahle & Elle Madison
  • Spring by Audrey Grey
  • Tokyo Ever After by Emiko Jean
  • Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli (It starts in the fall, but isn’t the carnival at the end in the spring?)
  • Always a Friend by Michelle MacQueen (I think this one takes place in the spring… I can’t remember, but one of them in the series does, and they’re all fantastic.)
  • Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi (The last few books released in March, so I read the series each spring to prepare, which now makes me associate the series with spring.)
  • Making the Play by Cait Marie (Shameless plug because I couldn’t think of another one.)

What are some of your favorite spring books? Let us know in the comments and check out the other lists below!

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4 thoughts on “Friday Favorites: Spring-Inspired Books or Covers

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  1. Just so you know the image says WINTER THEMED BOOKS, and your last question there also references winter even though the prompt is spring! 🙂 I think my fav spring related book is probably A Scandal In Spring by Lisa Kleypas!

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