Books I Want to Read in Spring 2022

I’m continuing with my seasonal TBRs, and hoping my little rule I’ve set at the start of this year is going to spur me on to finishing the majority of these books.

I have tried to give myself a helping hand by picking some books I genuinely do already have my eye on. Let’s see if I actually read them this time.

Aisling and the City by Sarah Breen and Emer McLysaght

The fourth, and penultimate, book in the Aisling series follows our heroine setting up a new life in New York city. Aisling and I always seem to match up in terms of life experiences, and I’m hoping this match up of our lives again will bring me even closer to one of my favourite heroines.

Motherfóclóir by Darach Ó Séaghda

I’m a huge lover of the Irish language and I lament not having as many opportunities to speak it these days. This book speaks about the efforts made to revive and develop Irish. I was gifted this by my friend Kaitlyn, and March seems like the perfect time to read it.

The Rebound by Catherine Walsh

I adored Catherine’s debut, One Night Only and when I heard she had a new book coming this spring, I knew I wanted to read it. I have a vcopy from Netgalley. Abby’s return to Ireland and reunification with her childhood neighbour feels like the perfect Valentine’s Day read.

Dial A for Aunties by Jesse Sutano

I’ll be buddy reading this with Cora from Tea Party Princess and I’m really excited to read this. The second book of this series comes out in March and I’m really excited to get reading it. I do, however, need to read the story of Meddy and her date from hell first for it to make sense.

Reputation by Lex Croucher

This is another buddy read, this time with Ross from The Royal Bookshelf. I’ve never read a historical romance, but I feel something with Mean Girls and Gossip Girls vibes will be a good place to start.

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood

You couldn’t turn around without bumping into this book online last year, and I’ve jumped right on top of the hype train. I’m excited for a fake dating trope and a woman who works in STEM – and I’ve heard this book is pretty steamy. Goodreads has also informed me this is a series, so if we get on well there’ll be more to come.

11 thoughts on “Books I Want to Read in Spring 2022

  1. The Love Hypothesis is SO good!!! Highly recommend! That’s the only book I’ve read on this list, but the rest look so good! Hope you enjoy them all 🙂

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