Books to get you in the mood for spring

Spring is here! The wildflowers are blooming, the sun is staying up longer and there’s a promise of warmth in the air. To me, spring means love, hope, warmth and sunshine. Here’s some books to get you in the mood for sunshine! Click on the titles for my review of each of these.

The Sunnyvale Girls by Fiona Palmer









Three generations of women find happiness in a story that moves from rural Western Australia to Italy.

Call the Midwife by Jennifer Worth

Life may be tough in Poplar, but there’s always hope.

The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion









A scientific project to find love finds Rosie. Heartwarming and funny.

Outback Dreams by Rachael Johns









Friends to lovers in a small West Australian town by the sea – it’s warm and delightful.

The Maxwell Sisters by Loretta Hill









The sisters come together to the family home to organise a wedding – but it’s not going to be easy when they’re not speaking! Funny and sweet.

What type of books do you like to read in spring? Any recommendations for me?


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  1. I love your suggested Spring reads. Having read all except one I agree totally with your suggestions. You might like to try Rachael John’s The Patterson Girls. It’s a brilliant read for that cooler and wetter Spring day.

  2. Thanks for the recommendations!!
    In my country Autumn is about to start, though, but a couple of books caught my eye: Call the midwife and The Rosie Project 😉

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