Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday #21



Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish!

This weeks topic is...


Top Ten Books I've Read So Far This Year

(Click the book covers to go to their Goodreads pages!)


1. The Fault In Our Stars
by John Green


No book will ever compare. If you haven't read it yet, I know it's scary, but you simply must put all that aside and jump in. It's worth every tear.


2. The Avery Shaw Experiment
by Kelly Oram


This is currently tied for first place, with TFIOS, as book of choice for my favorite. They're 2 vastly different books so really there's no way for me to compare and pick just one. So cute and a really fun read.


3. Archer's Voice
by Mia Sheridan


I'm officially not finished with this one but I'm still counting it. Sure a lot can happen between where I stopped and the end of the book, but what I've read this far is heartbreaking and sweet and I fell in love with Archer Hale.


4. Hearts in Darkness
by Laura Kaye


Got this one last year when I kept hearing people rave about it. I finally got to it a couple months ago and all I'm going to say is...being stuck in an elevator when the power goes out with Caden Grayson? *Fans self* Ultimate fantasy.


5. Inhale, Exhale
by Sarah M. Ross


Such a good storyline. And Grant has definitely made it to book boyfriend status. A must read.


6. Adorkable
by Sarra Manning


SO CUTE! Come on it says so in the title. Adorkable! Plus I love all things British which this is full of.


7. Sean Griswold's Head
by Lindsey Leavitt


I know what a name right? It is what grabbed me and made me buy it. Luckily it was a really good book on top of that.


8. My Not So Super Sweet Life
(My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century #3)
by Rachel Harris


If you haven't read this series, or anything from Rachel Harris for that matter, you are truly missing out!


9. Dirty Trick (Perfectly Matched #1)
by Christine Bell


Trick Mathews. Sigh. This book is just all kinds of yum!


10. It's In His Kiss (Bridgertons #7)
by Julia Quinn


I started this book years ago. Like before I even started blogging. I'm not even sure why I never finished it, but I decided to finish out this series last month. Julia Quinn started my love for Historical Romance back in 2002 when I found the 4th book in this series, Romancing Mister Bridgerton, and decided to give it a chance. You can't help but love this family. There's 8 books in the series (well 9 including the book of extra Epilogues) one for each child in the Bridgerton clan. Named, quite humerously, in alphabetical order; Anthony, Benedict, Colin, Daphne, Eloise, Francesca, Gregory and Hyacinth. This one is Hyacinth's book and seriously if you asked me to pick my favorite Bridgerton book I'd probably stare at you blankly. It's impossible! (Well okay probably Romancing Mister Bridgerton simply because it made me fall in love with this family) but truly Julia Quinn is a phenomenal writer. #EndFangirling


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So that's it! Those are the books that have left a lasting impression on me so far this year. But 2014 is only half way through, SO, what books aren't on my list that you feel like I'm missing out on? I have an itchy click finger that's just dying to have some fun over at Amazon so let me know in the comments and/or link your TTT!!



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2 comments:

  1. Jessica MangicaroJune 10, 2014 at 6:22 AM

    YAY! You're back!!!!! *hugs* I've missed you! Oooh I'm super excited about some of these books! I've had Avery Shaw forever now. You just motivated me to up it on my TBR! I LOVED Inhale, Exhale! Such a great read and Grant! *swoon* And of course I love all things Rachel!

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  2. TFIOS is on my TBR list... and I love the Bridgerton series, especially Romancing Mr. Bridgerton and The Viscount Who Loved Me.

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