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Favourite Books for 2017

 

I read around a total of 235 books this year! This is a lot less than last year but still a lot by most standards.  The books are in lose order but as I found it too difficult to rate them all. My favourite and biggest series I read this year was Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. All eight books should be shown but by showing the first book, I really mean the whole series.

 

Most of the books I read now are by my favourite and well established authors or authors I know well. However there have been some debut authors this year that have made my list. These authors are Davney Perry and Noel Branham. Both are amazing authors and have been a go to. Especially Perry as her Jamison Valley series has quickly become a favourite of the year.

 

Many of favourites have been continuations of my favourite series. This includes Ella Franks Temptation series, I’m sad to say goodbye to Tate and Logan but it has been an amazing journey. I also liked the Devil’s Wolves series by Carian Cole and the newest book by Beth Flynn was much anticipated. Aly Martinez always writes amazing and very emotional duets and Katy Regnery is great at retelling fairytales (so is Linda Kage). Emma Scott made me cry with all her books and so did Mia Sheridan.

 

I am working on reading all the books published by my favourite authors and this goal will continue into 2018. I read all of Brittainy C. Cherry’s books this year and of course they were all amazing.

 

Because choosing just 50 books was really hard, I also have 10 runners up that were also amazing reads. Overall 2017 has been an amazing year for books and I’m sure 2018 will be no different.

 

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Favourite Books Read in November

 

There have been amazing reads by brand new authors and some of my ultimate favourite authors. Overall it has been a great month with some great books.

 

Most of All You

Two people with traumatic past find each other in a beautiful and emotional story.

 

The Simple Soul of Susan

A girl has a crush on her best-friend and next door neighbor, only he doesn’t know it.

 

From This Moment

The identical twin brother of her dead husband comes back to town and there is undeniable chemistry.

 

The Outskirts

She runs away from home after her mother dies to escape her strict father and comes to a place where her mother owned some land. Only this land is actually a swamp on the front of someone’s property. And this someone is very good looking.

 

Written in the Scars

A married couple have to find their way back to each other and fight for their love.

 

The Failing Hours

Two unlikely people find themselves becoming friends and end up falling for each other.

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Favourite Books Read in June

 

There has been so many good reads this month. The first half of June I was really busy and wasn’t able to read as much as I would have liked but I was able to catch up on many recent releases.

 

Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade: Lord John is dealing with past family scandals and gaining new family members that has the potential to cause a scandal in itself.

 

The Scottish Prisoner: This is my favourite book of the Lord John Grey series. Jamie Fraser and Lord John join forces to try and squash a possible Jacobite uprising in Ireland.

 

Tied: This was a beautiful story about two lost and broken souls coming together and finding love and friendship.

 

The Butterfly Project: A beautiful story of the importance of forgiveness but also love and friendship.

 

Sugar & Gold: A man who never settles and a woman running from her past find each other and make something beautiful.

 

Ruckus: They have loved each other for a long time but the timing has never been right- not to mention he used to date the wrong sister.

 

Buns: This is a great enemies to lovers story with some great banter.

 

Strong Enough: A story of chasing your dreams and being brave and letting yourself fall in love.