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Top 10 Favorite Books
I’ve been asked to list my top ten favorite books. Now, this is not an easy task. Just when I thought I was done, I’d think of another book to add. Because the list is more like hundred, I’ve narrowed it down to edgy contemporary Young Adult and New Adult novels (sorry, Harry Potter). So in no particular order:
1. Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry. I LOVE all of Katie’s books, but this is the one that left me sobbing during one particular scene (as it did for many people). I read the book four times and sobbed every time. Heck, I even teared up just thinking about the scene.
2. Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma. This edgy YA book sat on my shelf for a year because I wasn’t too sure about the topic (incest). It’s a beautiful, emotion-filled book that left me sobbing. Yes, apparently I have a thing for books that make me cry.
3. Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles. One word. Alex. And no I didn’t sob. And yes, I love all of Simone’s books.
4. Easy by Tammara Webber. This was my first introduction to New Adult and there was no turning back after that.
5. Lock & Key by Sarah Dessen. Of all of Sarah’s books, this is my all-time favorite, and it was the book that first hooked me onto YA contemporary.
6. Thoughtless by S.C. Stephens. Oh, who am I kidding? I love Effortless and Reckless, too. Why? Because Kellan Kyle is the ultimate book boyfriend.
7. Finding It by Cora Carmack. I also love Faking It and Losing It. Cora knows how to make me laugh, and Finding It made me laugh more than the other two combined.
8. Whisper to Me by Christina Lee. How did I get to read this when it’s not out until May? I’m Christina’s critique partner. I love all her books (All of You and Before You Break), but Whisper to Me is my favorite. I teared up a few times while reading it…and needed a cold shower during other scenes.
9. One Week Girlfriend by Monica Murphy. (Yes, I loved the sequel, too). I have a thing for broken book boyfriends, and Drew was definitely that.
10. Impulse by Ellen Hopkins. This edgy YA novel-in-verse is my favorite book written by Ellen. It’s another story that left me sobbing (both times that I read it). I loved how the story was told from the point of view of the three main characters.
So there you go. Yes, I know I cheated and that was more than ten books, but I couldn’t help it.
What are your favorite NA and YA books?
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