Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I’ve Read So Far This Year

June 10, 2014 Top Ten Tuesday 6

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke & The Bookish.
Each week they release a Top Ten List and invite everyone to join in and make their own Top Ten List.

This one was hard as I have read so many amazing books this year! But I was good and only picked ten!


City of Heavenly Fire (Cassandra Clare) – I feel like I waited years for this book to finally be released, but it was SO worth it. Such an amazing ending to the series. MASSIVE love to Cassandra Clare for this one!
Sweet Rome (Tillie Cole) – I LOVED Sweet Home and so to get to read it all over again but from Rome’s POV was both beautiful and heartbreaking. LOVED this book and SO excited for Sweet Fall which is being release soon!
Slammed (Colleen Hoover) – So I’m counting this as the whole Slammed series because I totally loved it. Colleen Hoover knows how to write emotion like no other and this whole story was simple amazing. Plus got me really excited about poetry again!
It Ain’t Me Babe (Tillie Cole) – Fast becoming my favourite author Tillie Cole is on my list again for the most unique and beautiful story ever. Her inspiration behind this one is truly moving and makes it all the more powerful.
Eden (Keary Taylor) – After reading a different KT book I had this series hanging around on my TBR list for quite a while and I finally decided to give it a go and WOW am I glad I did. This entire series gave me EVERYTHING I look for in a book series and I was hooked right from the start.
Stupid Girl (Cindy Miles) – Massive love for this book because it brought me out of one of the worst reading slumps I have ever been in. It was cute and fun but with some real emotion mixed in there too. Such an enjoyable read.
Waiting for Prince Harry (Aven Ellis) – Aven Ellis has this amazing ability to make you look like a complete idiot whilst reading. I could not keep the smile off my face the entire time I was raeding this book and I got many strange looks from people on the bus, at the park basically everywhere because I spent the whole time smiling like an idiot. I bet they all think I was reading something dirty!
Hopeless (Colleen Hoover) – Another series I fell in love with and another author who totally deserves to be on my list twice this week. WOW the emotion with this one and Losing Hope was just … wow. This series left me with a major book hangover and I couldn’t read anything for days!
Take Me On (Katie McGarry) – I love Katie McGarry’s Pushing the Limits Series and this newest instalment was no different. The characters were loveable, the story was beautiful, the book was addictive!
Addicted to You (Krista & Becca Ritchie) – I will admit I was a little unsure about this book when I first saw it. A book about a sex addict and a alcoholic, how was that going to go? But I gave it a chance and wow I’m glad I did because I was in love with the characters, the story, the whole concept after about 2 paragraphs! There is a whole series after this and another spin off series that are both just fabulous and so addictive!

What have you read so far this year and LOVED? Any recommendations?

Leave me a comment and let me know!



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6 Responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I’ve Read So Far This Year”

    • Broc's Bookcase

      Thanks. I have been really lucky so far this year, most of the books I have read have been amazing. No majorly bad ones so far!

  1. Tina

    I loved Addicted to You!! It was soooo good (: Can’t wait to read the next in the series (:

    Tina @ Pages of Comfort – old follower
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    • Broc's Bookcase

      It really was soooo good! Have you been reading the Calloway Sisters series as well? I seriously love their whole family and of course all the men! 🙂

    • Broc's Bookcase

      Definately, I find most of my books through this type of thing. The best recommendations really 🙂 Yeay! It really is a great book 😀