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5 Ya Books I just Added To My TBR #2

Happy Monday Everyone :)

I hope that you all had a great weekend, and thank you all for joining me here today on The Preppy Book Princess.

It's been quite awhile since I last posted a "young adult books I just added to my tbr pile" post, in fact the last one was during Blogmas which you can find here, so I thought it was definitely time today to post another one.

1) Mischief and Magnolias by Kristi Cook:

I've lost count of just how many times I've talked about Magnolia on my blog, but I know for sure I included it in my Top 5 Wednesday post about favorite opening lines here. It's definitely one of my all time favorite contemporaries, but until a couple of days ago I had no idea that Kristi Cook had written a sequel, and I couldn't be more excited about it. Even better is the fact that it's not a companion novel-it's actually another story all about Ryder and Jemma themselves!

2) Spies, Lies and Allies:

I had the pleasure of getting to meet Lisa Brown Roberts at RT Booklovers in 2016, and she was such a lovely lady. Since meeting her I've read two of her novels; How Not To Fall In Love and The Replacement Crush-both of which I adored and are new favorites. However, somehow I missed the fact that she had a new book releasing this month, and now I want to read it as soon as possible as it sounds adorable, quirky, funny, and everything else I've come to expect from this amazing lady's work.

3) Porch Swing Girl by Taylor Bennett:

I could have fit this one on either an inspirational reads I just added or YA reads I just added post as it fits under both genres. I'm beyond excited to read this one, as the author seems so sweet, and I've already heard nothing but rave reviews about it. I'm definitely hoping to pick this one up soon.

4) This Heart of Mine by C.C. Hunter:

I was a huge fan of C.C. Hunter's Shadow Falls series, and I'm really curious to find out how well she masters the contemporary genre as well. The premise of this book being about a heart donor, suicide, and survivor guilt really stands out to me, and I'm hoping to get to reading it soon. 

5) Love and Luck by Jenna Evans Welch:

While I haven't even read Love and Gelato yet, something tells me that as soon as I do I'm going to want to start Jenna's second book straight away. I love contemporary romances, and I especially love ones set in other destinations like hers are. I am fully prepared to fall head over heels for her books as soon I pick them up.

And that's the most recent additions to my TBR list guys! Thanks so much for reading! Have a great rest of your day, and I'll see you all again on Wednesday :)

This is not a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The photos do not belong to me, and all rights to the respective owners. 


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