Hi guys, and welcome to a new Top Ten Tuesday!
Today it’s time to start thinking about your summer TBR! Now, obviously any book you feel like reading is a great pick, but when summer comes around I am personally always in the mood for a nice YA contemporary. So today’s list is focusing all about YA contemporary. More specifically, YA contemporary released in 2017! All of these books have either already been released in the past few weeks, or they will be releasing in the next few weeks. Perfect for your summer TBR, right? So let’s get to it!
This is the only book on this list that is part of a series, but if you already read To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before and P.S. I Still Love You, then this final part is definitely a must!
This story about a girl joining an all-boys acappella group already received some rave reviews!
After the amazing Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli (also recommend to (re-)read this summer (or fall, winter, spring)), comes a new adorably cute and diverse contemporary that’s another must-read.
Eighteenth century boys on a grand tour of Europe, fighting pirates and their feelings for eachother. Count me in!
Kasie West is one of the queens of cute and fluffy YA contemporary, so this story about a girl who suddenly wins the lottery and her charming co-worker is high up there on my summer TBR!
The story of a girl trying to find love by taking Kdrama formulas and applying them in her real life. As a recent Kdrama addict, I am definitely looking forward to this one.
Queens of Geek follows three best friends over the course of three days, while they visit SupaCon, a fan convention. It is fun, adorkable, beautiful and inspirational and deserves a spot on your TBR if it hasn’t already!
This story about a girl figuring out her sexuality and who she is has unfortunately received a lot of biphobic comments but luckily they are offset by a lot of rave reviews from people who have actually read it. This one is up high on my own TBR.
This heartfelt YA romantic comedy about two Indian-American teens whose parents have arranged for them to get married is already poised to be the break-out debut of 2017 and definitely can’t be missing from your summer TBR!
A YA retelling of You’ve Got Mail, set in California? Yes, please!