Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Brokeandbookish. This week’s theme is the Top Ten Books You Recently Added To Your To-Be-Read List. I’m always looking for new books to add to my list, because, honestly, I’m freaking out when I have nothing left to read, next. That’s not likely to happen, soon, though! Click on the title of the books for a link to their Goodreads page 🙂
1 • Truly, Madly, Famously, Rebecca Serle
I just finished reading Famous in Love, and, as I really enjoyed it, it’s obvious I am curious about what comes next!
2 • Winger, Andrew Smith
I heard a lot about this book, I’ve seen it on blogs everywhere, and, finally, I ended up being completely convinced to add it to my to read list ! (thanks Bookish and awesome for that! :))
3 • Between the Notes, Sharon Huss Roat
I really love this book cover, honestly. And, a story about a girl’s life being turned upside down, well I’m a sucker for that kind of book.
4 • Extraordinary Means, Robin Schneider
I loved The Beginning of Everything, so I’m really excited to read another book from this author! A bit of romance, and certainly of tears, make this a book I can’t wait for.
5 • The Knife of Never Letting Go, Patrick Ness
I kind of fell in love with Patrick Ness. Or I fell into an abyss of deep confusion, I still don’t know, I’m not over More than this yet. And I put right away another book of his on my to read list, can’t wait to be amazed again.
6 • Rules of Seduction, Jenna Mullins
The first rule of seduction, is : don’t fall in love. I know it’s cliché, but I enjoy books with a romance being spiced up like that. Rules of Seduction certainly seems like this kind of book, and I’m already loving it.
7 • Never Never, Colleen Hoover
Best friends, falling in love, then forgetting everything. It seems like this book has everything I love combined in one plot. Really excited to see how this one turns out!
8 • Bone Gap, Laura Ruby
I heard so much about this book, and how fantastic it was. And I’m curious about it : disappearance, a mystery, a great writing style. This one reunites all things I love, I’m definitely going to read it soon.
9 • Guy in Real Life, Steve Brenenoff
What caught my eye in this book, is how this is a love story about two people, who aren’t supposed to be in each other’s lives. It seemed to me like an interesting take on romance ya novels, and I can’t wait to see if it’s as good as it seems to be.
10 • Kissing in America, Margo Rabb
I don’t read enough road trip books, but I really think I’d enjoy it, a lot. Kissing in America promises a great setting, on the background of a love and friendship story.
Which of these books would make it on your list ? Did you read any of them, or are you interested in checking them out ? Let me know in comments!