Top Ten Tuesday: Spring 2020 TBR

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl

As always, my TBR list is sorted by publication dates that are between the official beginning and end of spring this year, March 19 and June 19.

1. The City We Became: A Novel by N.K. Jemisin

Publication Date: March 24

Why I Want to Read It: I really enjoyed the short story that this is based on and am looking forward to seeing how this world is expanded upon.

2. The Honey-Don’t List by Christina Lauren

Publication Date: March 24

Why I Want to Read It: There’s something fascinating about reality TV, road trips, and home repairs. Mixing all three of these things together is a great way to grab my attention.

3. If I Never Met You by Mhairi McFarlane

Publication Date: March 24

Why I Want to Read It: I can’t imagine having to see an ex at work every day. That plot twist alone is more than enough to make me curious about this romance novel.


4. The Loop by Ben Oliver

Publication Date: April 7

Why I Want to Read It: Dystopian novels are always interesting, especially if they involve artificial intelligence.

5. The New Husband by D.J. Palmer

Publication Date: April 14
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Why I Want to Read It: I’ve read very few mysteries so far this year. That needs to change, especially for one that involves starting one’s life over after a tragic event.

6. The Edging Tales of a Heart by Hannah Wade

Publication Date: April 23

Why I Want to Read It: This is one of those titles I’m taking a leap of faith on. The only thing I know about is that it’s part of the fantasy genre, and I like reading fantasy in the springtime.

7. Lobizona (Wolves of No World, #1) by Romina Garber

Publication Date: May 5

Why I Want to Read It: It has witches and werewolves in it. What’s not to love about that?

8. Chasing Lucky by Jenn Bennett

Publication Date: May 5

Why I Want to Read It: Spring is the time of year when I’m most interested in romance novels in general, especially if they involve bad boys.

9. Someday in Paris by Olivia Lara

Publication Date: May 14

Why I Want to Read It: I’ve always wanted to visit Paris. Until I can afford to see it for myself, reading about it sure seems like a good idea. Plus, like I said earlier, this is when I grow most interested in romances.

10. Where Dreams Descend (Kingdom of Cards, #1) by Janella Angeles

Publication Date: June 2

Why I Want to Read It: Is it okay to admit that the cover for this book is half of the reason why I want to read it? Wow, it’s beautiful. I also feel like it’s been far too long since I read a proper story about magicians.


  1. I have an ARC of The New Husband and I’m really excited to read it. Also, I’ve read the first two installments of N. K. Jemisin’s Broken Earth series and have loved it. Need to look into this one as well.

  2. Chasing Lucky sounds really good. And I would say now’s the time to read dystopias, as long as they don’t make you anxious.

  3. There are so many great books on this list! Actually, ones that are on my TBR!! I hope you enjoy them!

  4. Great list! I’m so excited for more N. K. Jemisin. I’ve heard such good things about Jenn Bennett’s work, I should check it out. Happy reading!

  5. Looks like some good ones here. Enjoy!

  6. Oh I love the cover of Someday in Paris. I need to check that one out! Great list!

  7. The Loop has me immediately curious and I’ve been wanting to try NK Jemisin. Someday in Paris looks wonderful just from that cover!

  8. Great list! Chasing Lucky is on my anticipated releases for 2020! I hope I’d enjoy it like most of Jenn Bennett’s books <3

    Happy reading <3

  9. Christina Lauren is one of my all-time favorite writing duo’s! Hope you like it! 😀

  10. Oh I totally agree –working with your ex does make me curious about If I never Met You — and the pretend-to-be-a-couple trope is just too good to go past!

  11. I’m really looking forward to The City We Became! I’m hoping my library adds it to their list soon so I can request a copy. I didn’t know it was based on a short story so I’m going to go look that up right now. Thanks!

    • My fingers are crossed that it will show up for you soon. Sometimes my library waits until the last minute to order new releases. In the meantime, I definitely do recommend checking out the short story. It’s excellent.

  12. Just added Lobizona to my wishlist!!

  13. I’ve heard good thing about Lobizona! I hope you enjoy it.

  14. Very interested in Where Dreams Descend as well. Happy reading!

  15. I’m definitely looking forward to The Honey Don’t List, If I Never Met You and Chasing Lucky! And I really want to read an N.K. Jemison book some time soon!

  16. I read like 20 pages of ‘Met You’ last night, so hopefully I’ll read more soon (got TOO many reads in progress just now). Also need to read another of Christina Lauren’s as I’d like to find one by them I really enjoy! Happy spring TBR-ing – and thanks for visiting my TBR post. 🙂

  17. Ah I do kind of need The City We Became. N.K Jemisin is such a good author.

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