Trisha is from our Facebook crew, and she made a joke one day when she asked if I’d posted HER 2016 list yet. It appeared she was still waiting. I PANICKED!!! I thought? What? OMG!!!! I don’t see it in my lineup?!!! I searched my emails. I searched my tweets. I searched my Facebook messages. I even searched the blog comments. Where was this list??
So I sucked it up and asked her where she had sent me her list, and to please resend it. There must have been a boo boo. LOL!!! And guess what? This one’s a jokester. She was kidding. She hadn’t sent it to me yet, but HERE it is now!!!! !!!!!
YAY!! Now we all have a new book friend!!!
So here’s what her 2016 favorites were:
“It’s so hard to pick favorites but I’ll try. I’ve gone through my kindle and iPad and picked them and they’re in no order.”
1. A Thousand Boy Kisses by Tillie Cole <— Omg this book!!!!! It was absolutely beautiful. It’s one of those books that stays with you, I can’t praise it enough.
2. Everything for Her by Alexa Riley <— If you haven’t read her books I totally recommend them. They’re dirty and have insta love and are great to read in between heavier novels. Always hot with a happy ever after, this is her first full length novel.
3. It Ends with Us: A Novel by Colleen Hoover <— I have to give it out to CoHo, she always delivers those emotional books that tug on your heart strings with a side of spicy. Definitely one of my instant download authors.
4. Midnight Lily by Mia Sheridan <—Definitely wasn’t an ending I was suspecting, completely blindsided me, which is hard to do with romance novels. It was great.
5. Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward <— Ok I’m going to group these two authors bc they have so many incredible books together and separate. Must reads this year are “RoomHate,” “Bossman,” “Stuck-Up Suit,” and “Playboy Pilot.” I promise you you’ll love them. Pick any one, you won’t be disappointed.
7. Rm w/a Vu by A.D Ryan
8. Undecided by Julianna Keyes
9. Moonshot by Alessandra Torre <— I just love her books about independent females finding love. Her female protagonists are always entertaining and enjoyable to read.
10. Filthy English by Ilsa Madden Mills <— Dirty English is the first one but they don’t have to be read together but I recommend it.
Ok those were my top ten from 2016, I can’t wait for what 2017 brings me. ❤❤