Upcoming Spring Books that Must be on Your TBR!

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Flowers aren’t the only thing blooming this spring! With so many new books hitting shelves (and Amazon) every day, our #TBR piles are growing, fast. Whether you’re a sucker for a sweet romance, a touching family drama or a shocking true story, these 10 books will make the perfect additions to your bookshelf this spring.

They All Fall Down by Rachel Howzell Hall

In this jaw-dropping new thriller, Miriam Macy, along with six other strangers, will head out to a private island, after being promised a luxury vacation. But what these seven people have in common is that they’re all harboring shocking secrets and before they know it, they find themselves a part of mysterious accidents and dangerous situations. Will they make it off the island before they all fall down?

Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Daisy Jones has always dreamed of being a rockstar—thrilled by the fast-paced lifestyle and music. But when Daisy meets Billy Dunne and his band The Six, she realizes her dreams of stardom are closer than she had ever imagined. Filled with elements of friendship, fame and complicated relationships, it’s obvious why Reese Witherspoon can’t put this highly-anticipated novel down.

Appearances by Sondra Helene 

Samantha may seem like she has it all but in this new novel from Sondra Helene, those closest to her are about to realize just how strained some family relationships can be. The two people closest to Samantha, her sister and husband, have always feuded about anything and everything but it isn’t until her sister is diagnosed with cancer that everything finally comes to a head and Samantha must sort out her family once and for all. This story of family and rising above will inspire you to mend your own relationships this spring.

Forget Me Not by Brenda Jackson

For true romance lovers, Forget Me Not will make your heart sing. With a touch of magic and mystery, Brenda Jackson tells the story of Ashley Ryan, a woman who lost her husband in a tragic accident years ago. Unable to move on from the loss, she is shocked to meet a man during a surprise vacation who she believes is actually her husband even though he has no recollection of who she is or any kind of past life. Ashley will go to all ends to get back the love of her life in this new spring novel by fearless romance writer Brenda Jackson.

Only One Life by Ashley Farley

Bestselling author Ashley Farley returns this spring with a new novel that will tug at your heartstrings. Julia Martin grew up with a family who never understood her, leaving as soon as she got the chance. But her hope for a brighter future and happy life ends when a disastrous event turns the day she gives birth into a tragic day she wishes she could forget. Now having to return to the family she left behind years ago, she’ll learn to mend her past relationships and find a life that truly makes her happy.   

Run Away by Harlan Coben

This new spine-chilling thriller by bestselling author Harlan Coben puts a new twist on epic suspsense novels. Run Away’s narrator has finally accepted that he has lost his daughter to a world of drugs and abusive love but when he happens upon her playing her guitar at a nearby park, he believes fate has brought him there to try and save her one last time. But he’ll soon find that following his runaway daughter won’t work, as she leads him to a dangerous world that will put him and his family in serious danger.  

The Parrot’s Perch by Karen Keilt

In this shocking new memoir from Karen Keilt, readers are thrown into the midst of a terrifying kidnapping that leaves a lasting impression on everyone involved. A story told in both the past and present, Karen unfolds the fear she once had to face as well as the strength she found in fighting for her life and others who have been victimized by human rights violations abroad.

Too Much Is Not Enough: A Memoir of Fumbling Toward Adulthood by Andrew Rannells

A fan favorite in HBO’s Girls, Andrew Rannells feels he has finally succeeded in his acting career, unlocking dreams he’s had since childhood. But life wasn’t always so prosperous for the actor as he grew up struggling with his sexuality and the idea of getting out of his small town. His new memoir, Too Much Is Not Enough, details how he reached Broadway fame despite the challenges and heartbreak he met along the way.

The Promise of Us by Jamie Beck

Claire McKenna has gone through a lot in her young life and as soon as she begins to find her footing once again, she comes back into contact with a man she used to have feelings for and his sister, the girl who once betrayed Claire. Struggling to come to terms with the feelings she has about the two, she takes a risk by accepting them back into her life, hoping that she won’t be let down once again.

The Island of Sea Women by Lisa See

Mi-ja and Young-sook grew up in very different worlds but in The Island of Sea Women, a book that spans decades, the two form a bond over their shared passion for diving and exploring their home on the Korean island of Jeju. But while the girls’ friendship deepens, they’ll become painfully aware of the forces around them that are keeping them apart and the dangerous circumstances that surround their once-comfortable existence. This powerful novel will leave you with much to think about long after the final page.

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