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OOoh nice! I LOVED Don't Look Back! Creepy good! Here's my Tuesday PostHave a GREAT day!Old Follower :)
Great list!! I haven't read any of these books yet, but several are on my TBR list. I just purchased the first book in the Throne of Glass series and hope to read it soon. Here is my TTT: http://www.jacquesbooknook.blogspot.com/2014/12/top-ten-tuesday-top-10-books-i-read-in.html
I also chose Fitzpatrick but I chose What I thought Was True. My Life Next Door is also really good though. Great picks. here's my TTTAlso, I still have my $30 Amazon giveaway going.
I haven't read a single one of these! But I do want to read the Sarah Maas books eventually, and maybe a few of the others. Have a great week!
We don't share a single book in this list! I am shocked! Haha. But seriously, loved Make It a Double, Before You Break, My Life Next Door and Maybe Someday. I had a difficult time choosing between Maybe Someday and Ugly Love and finally went with the latter. I still need to read The Collectors' Society and *gasp* I've never actually read any of Sarah Maas' books. They're at the top of my "must read" list for 2015. I own them all now, so there's really no excuse. Happy reading! My StS!
I haven't read any of those, but I need to look into The Collector's Society, such a pretty cover. Thanks for sharing! Here's my Best Books of 2014.
Heir of Fire is such an epic book! I keep meaning to read My Life Next Door, but have yet to do so. Hopefully next year is even better! :D
There are some great reads in here! Looking forward to reading a few of the ones I haven't heard of.~ BN101 from 21st Century Once Upon A Times
I have read a few of these. I would have Sawyer Bennett at no. 1. All of her books are worth reading.
I really liked Don't Look Back! It was my very first JLA book and now I am hooked reading all her others :)Ashley @ The Quiet Concert
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