With spring in full bloom—at least for the more temperate parts of the country—we wanted to revisit some of the most popular NOOK Books of years past, to see which spring titles were hot on NOOK.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last year, spring was dominated by the Hunger Games Trilogy—benefiting from post-movie excitement—and of course the Fifty Shades of Grey phenomenon. As better weather started to set in, readers turned their attention to the Cape Cod tale, A Month at the Shore—perhaps daydreaming about their own future beach escapes.

 

While many of these books are still quite popular with NOOK readers, I’m excited to see which titles become hits this spring.

 

 

 


Tell Me: Have you read any of these popular spring reads? What are you reading this spring?

Comments
by Moderator dhaupt on ‎03-21-2013 10:37 AM

Great article Jeremy, I have read Water For Elephants and loved it, and I'm a huge fantasy fan but I'm just not that into YA so I'm one of the two people in the world who haven't read that, not into e-rom so no I'm one of the three people who haven't read that trilogy and even though I love beach reads I haven't read that either. 

 

I'm really looking forward to Lover At Last by JR Ward

The Apple Orchard by Susan Wiggs

Somewhere Between Luck and Trust by Emilie Richards

A Hundred Summers  by Beatriz Williams (I'm really looking forward to this since her debut I rated my top pick for 2012.

 

And I'm sure there will be many more :smileyhappy:

by raedenea on ‎03-21-2013 01:37 PM

read them all and loved them all.

by jerseygalatheart on ‎03-22-2013 11:39 AM

  I read the Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy and finished all three books in about 5 days. The first one I was a little disappointed in  I felt there wasn't enough story. When it ended I remember thinking REALLY!! I can't believe it. Almost thought it was a waste of time but then read the second and third and could not put them down. I'm really curious how they are going to do a movie of them. If you like those kind of romances I definitely recommend. Now I get what all the talk is about.

by butterflly13 on ‎03-22-2013 01:33 PM

If you have not read the Hunger Games, please do.  Do not think of them as YA novels for they are so much more and I have read "adult" novels that are less thought out and no near as thought provoking. 

 

Started with Month at the Shore last year and now have moved on to other novels by here, glad to have found another author to enjoy.  I am looking forward to seeing what this year will hold. 

 

As far what may be new for this year I dont know but I also recomend that you try Midnight Circus and if you have not started the Outlander series, please do a new one is due out sometime this year and every person I have ever met that has read them was hooked!

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