5 On My TBR| Contemporary Part 2

Tracking your TBR is pretty important when it’s quite large, haha. Besides Down the TBR Hole and my Netgalley Backlist we needed something to track my physical TBR. 5 On My TBR is a way of keeping track. This is a meme hosted by E from Local Bee Hunter’s Nook. Every week there’s a different prompt for five on my TBR.

This week’s topic is contemporary. This is a part 2, because Isabelle also did this topic last week. Contemporary is one of my favorite genres, so I have so many books that could fit this topic. Choosing just five is going to be hard, haha. But let’s take a look!

Radio Silence – Alice Oseman

Two main characters decide to make a podcast together. It seems like they’ve been through some stuff and want to find a way to out it. I’ve been wanting to read Radio Silence for quite some time. Even more so after reading Heartstopper by this author.

Tokyo Ever After – Emiko Jean

Tokyo Ever After really has the cutest cover! I think many of us imagined they were a long lost princess when we were younger, but in Tokyo Ever After that actually happens to the main character. That definitely sounds like an interesting story. The sequel actually releases this month, so I’d say it’s time to give this a go.

If I’m Being Honest – Emily Wibberley & Austin Siegemund-Broka

After reading Always Never Yours by this author duo I’ve been wanting to read more by them. I have two other books by them unread including If I’m Being Honest. Our main character isn’t always liked and when she doesn’t say the right things to her crush she decides to “tame” herself. This should be interesting.

Happily Ever Afters – Elise Bryant

Our main character is determined to right a romance that reflects her and goes to a prestigious creative writing program for the summer. Except now she can’t right a thing. Maybe her own love story will inspire her? Happily Ever Afters sounds like a book I’ll love.

We Contain Multitudes – Sarah Henstra

What starts as a pen pal assignment ends up turning into more of a romantic relationship as they develop feelings for each other. I love the fact that this book is told through letters. That’s something that always catches my attention.


So here are five contemporary books that are still unread on my shelves. Believe me there are a lot more, haha. If you’ve read any of these I’d love to hear your thoughts! What contemporary books do you still need to read? Let me know in the comments.

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