Top Ten Tuesday: Best Books I Read in Spring 2019

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic: 
Best Books I Read in Spring 2019

I'm going rogue for the second week in a row. I just recently did a post on my most anticipated releases of the summer and that basically overlaps with my summer TBR. So instead I'm going to share the top ten books I read in the spring (March-April-May).


Watching You | 4.25 stars
Getting Schooled | 4.25 stars
The Bride Test | 4.5 stars
How to Save a Life | 4.5 stars
Intercepted | 4.25 stars
The Unhoneymooners | 4.25 stars
Long Shot | 5 stars

Were any of these one of your favorites? 

38 comments

  1. Great twist on this week's topic! I've seen so many good reviews of Daisy Jones & The Six - I need to try some Taylor Jenkins Reid this year.

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    1. I love me some Taylor Jenkins Reid! I think I've read four by her now and have legit loved them all.

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  2. I haven't read them yet but I WANT to check out Josh and Hazel, Daisy Jones, and Watching You. I'm glad you really enjoyed them.

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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  3. I really need to read josh and hazel!

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    1. Josh & Hazel was so cute and so fun! I didn't want it to end! :)

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  4. I keep seeing Daisy Jones and the Six everywhere lately and have been curious about it--should check it out one of these days. Happy reading with all of these titles :)

    My TTT

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  5. The Unhoneymooners and The Bride Test are two books I hope to read at some point. Not sure when... but hopefully soon.

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    1. Hope you can get to them soon, Brooke. They were both such great stories.

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  6. Wow! Looks like you had some good reads. I think you are making me look more at contemporaries...

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  7. Josh & Hazel would be on my list and I just wish there were more books that made me as happy as that one did.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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    1. Right?! That book was like a ray of sunshine and I didn't want it to end.

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  8. I'm so curious about Intercepted.

    My TTT.

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  9. What? Going rogue again??? LOL I am with you on these Tanya! And some on your list (like The Girl he Used to Know and Longshot) I hope to read one day!

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    1. The Girl He Used to Know was just amazing. I related to the main character in several ways and I just loved how their story played out. Long Shot was a heart breaker but so good!

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  10. You've added so many books to this list that I need to read specifically Intercepted, The Unhoneymooners, and Daisy Jones & the Six.

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    1. Intercepted was so, so good. I listened to it on audio and the narration was perfect. I actually just started the next book, Fumbled, today.

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  11. Well, I read 6 of these, and they were all great for me too. My favorite of that bunch is Josh & Hazel. I love a good rom-com, and that was a great rom-com

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    1. Josh & Hazel was just perfection. Even with the awesome epilogue I didn't want it to end! :)

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  12. Ooh I liked Watching You! I've liked pretty much every Lisa Jewell book I've read (other than I Found You, which was just okay). And daisy Jones and the Six sounds awesome!

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    1. I still haven't got to I Found You yet... hopefully soon, though.

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  13. A few of these are still on my TBR! I hope to get to them soon :) Awesome list!

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  14. I loved The Girl He Used to Know! So far I think it has been my favorite read of 2019. I have Long Shot, I just haven't read it yet. Another book on my long list of books to read.

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    1. Love The Girl He Used to Know! It was only my second book for Tracey Garvis Graves and now I want to read everything by her. Long Shot was so emotional and so good!

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  15. 2 of these are on my summer read list. :)
    I just need a contemporary reading urge to hit me and it's on with Josh & Hazel and The Bride Test!

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    1. Hope that contemporary urge kicks in soon because those are both great books! :)

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  16. Josh and Hazel was a 5 star read for me last year and I really loved Long Shot and The Unhoneymooners. You've got great reading tastes, Tanya!

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    1. I guess great minds think alike. :) Long Shot killed me but also made me an instant fan of Kennedy Ryan. Josh & Hazel was priceless!

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  17. This list is perfection! I loved all of the ones I read from it and I'm currently reading Josh & Hazel now and think it's fantastic. I still need to read The Girl He Used to Know but I just know that's going to be amazing too.

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    1. I'm so glad you loved Josh & Hazel!! It was impossible not to fall for those two. :) I hope you can get to The Girl I Used to Know soon! I felt like that story just became a part of me. I know some readers took issue with an event at the end but I seriously loved everything about it.

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  18. I'm really looking forward to Daisy Jones and the Six!

    Check out my TTT and my Mid Year Book Freak Out

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  19. I'm honestly still flailing around over Daisy Jones & the Six plus The Unhoneymooners AND The Bride Test. I loved them so much!! I need to get to the rest of these but especially The Girl He Used to Know.

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    1. All three of those were so, so good! CLo and Helen Hoang are masters at contemporary romance. And I swear, Taylor Jenkins Reid can do no wrong!

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  20. Long Shot was an AMAZING book! I was just shocked and blown away but that book! Also, I enjoyed Josh and Hazel and I have Intercepted on my TBR!

    I hated The Unhoneymooners, though.

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    1. Too bad The Unhoneymooners was such a miss for you. :(
      Long Shot was a tough read a lot of the time... but I loved it!

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