Three books to read this spring | Part I: Romantic mood πŸ’πŸ“”

Dear reader,

I am officially back on my blog and am willing to make it a priority. Ever since I moved in alone it has been hard to find back my routine, and overall to find a balance between chores, work and all my socials. I’m getting there and I wanted to thank you all for your patience. I love my blog a lot and cannot see myself abandon it.

Now that I’m back, I’m starting with those blog posts I used to do each seasons: book recommendations.

Without further ado here are three books to read this spring if you’re in a romantic mood!


β₯Β Always Never Yours by Emily Wibberley and Austien Siegemund-Broka

I read this one last year and it took my breath away. Ever since I’ve binge read all of their books and What’s Not to Love would also be perfect for this list, which recently came out. Always Never Yours is all about “familial love, romantic love, andβ€”most importantlyβ€”self-love” and it made me so happy, exactly what I need in spring when the sun in shining and all I want is to watch rom-com.

Three emojis to describe it: πŸŽ­πŸ“šπŸ’•

β₯Β A Taste for Love byΒ Jennifer Yen

I read this one in April and I absolutely adored it. Somehow I associated it with spring because of the pastel cover, the sweet romance and all the baking. I didn’t know it was a retelling of Pride and Prejudice but realized it quite quickly, which made it even better.

Three emojis to describe it: πŸ°πŸ’žπŸ₯€

β₯Β Emergency Contact by Mary H.K. Choi

I feel like I always end up recommending this book during spring but oh my, how can I not? The romance is slow, yes, but it’s set between two friends, one works in a bakery, the other one is an university student, and everything about it sweet, adorable and moving. I always describe it as a sarcastic version of Fangirl, so… what are you waiting for?

Three emojis to describe it: πŸ“±πŸ₯§πŸ“


And that’s all!

What books would you recommend to read this spring for anyone in a romantic mood?

Love always,

Clara

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