It’s another Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish
Top Ten Books People Have Been Telling Me I MUST Read
Some of these are on my TBR, some are just ones people have been telling me I MUST read, and some are new to me authors I haven’t had the chance to check out yet. My list includes a little over 10 books this week. I thought it was going to be a little tough to come up with 10, but it proved to be very easy! In no particular order, here are the ones I keep hearing about:
Born of Persuasion by Jessica Dotta
I’ve heard fellow bloggers and reviewers say they loved this one – and some say they didn’t like it at all. I’m anxious to see who I agree with. I have a copy sitting on my shelf, just waiting….
Because I LOVED the follow-up series (“Winds of Change”), I know I’ll enjoy these, too. Julie never disappoints. Several blogger friends have recommended this series.
Once Upon A Prince by Rachel Hauck
I hear this is a realistic and cute modern-day fairy tale. Everyone dreams of becoming royalty, right? 😉
Stones for Bread by Christa Parrish
The cover alone should be enough to convince me. After reading some great reviews of this one, it’s found a place on my eventual TBR list.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows
I really do want to read this one – it’s by fellow blogger and author Amber Stokes. She’s pretty fabulous, so I’m sure her stories will be, too. I’ve heard some great things about her writing. And have you seen her latest cover reveal????!!!
The McKenna family gets a lot of publicity time in the blogosphere. I think I need to read these to see what the all hype is about 🙂 Really, a contemporary suspense/romance series set in Alaska seems like the perfect setting.
The Fault In Our Stars by John Green
It seems everyone and their best friend has read this one… at least some of my friends and family have. I’m not totally convinced yet, because I HAVE seen the movie, and I’m not all that interested in spending my time to read it because I know how it ends (plus some of its content seems a little much for me). (Is that awful?)
Have you read any of these??? Are there any I’m missing that I simply MUST add to my TBR?