Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books On My Winter TBR

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, is: Top Ten Books On My Winter TBR. I’ve been an extremely moody reader lately, so I may not stick to these, but they’re all ones I’m hoping to read.

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1. Roomies by Christina Lauren – publishing 12/5/17. I loved the last book I read by this author duo, Dating You/Hating You, and I have high hopes for this one.

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2. Foolish Hearts by Emma Mills – publishing 12/5/17. I absolutely adore her other books and I can’t wait for this one!

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3. Love, Life, and the List by Kasie West – publishing 12/26/17. I love Kasie West books.

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4. Iron Gold by Pierce Brown – publishing 1/16/18. I am so excited for this!!! I probably should add the first three books to this list because I feel like I need a re-read before going into this so I can fully appreciate it.

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5. Runaway Groom (I Do, I Don’t #2) by Lauren Layne – publishing 1/30/18. I really enjoyed the first book in this series. Lauren Layne has become one of my favorite Contemporary Romance authors.

6. The Smallest Part by Amy Harmon – publishing 2/13/18. No cover yet, but that doesn’t matter. If it’s by Amy Harmon, I want to read it!

7. The Comfort Zone by Sally Thorne – publishing 2/20/18. No cover yet for this either. I adored The Hating Game and have been eagerly anticipating Thorne’s next book ever since.

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8. Restore Me (Shatter Me #4) by Tahereh Mafi – publishing 3/6/18. Though re-reads have made me lower my original very high opinion of these books, I am still very excited for this series to continue. I will never be sad about getting more Warner!

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9. Without Merit by Colleen Hoover -published 10/3/17. Brandie from Running on Words and Wine gifted me a copy of this for my birthday! I am not a huge CoHo fan, but Brandie said this one was a little different than her normal books and thought I would like it. Thanks again Brandie!

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10. Match Made in Manhattan by Amanda Stauffer – publishing 1/23/18. I got a physical ARC of this from the author so I really want to get this read soon. I’ve been such a moody reader lately that I’ve mostly avoided all my ARCs because I’m afraid my bad mood will negatively impact any book I read and I want to be as fair as possible with ARCs.

What books are you looking forward to reading this Winter?

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27 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books On My Winter TBR

  1. I hope you like Without Merit! I can’t wait for the new Amy Harmon, and I didn’t realize The Comfort Zone was coming out so soon – I should’ve had that one on my list too!!

  2. Great list! I loved Sally Thorne’s Hating Game and I can’t wait to read new upcoming book. I’m so excited for Restore me! I’m planning to re-read the previous installments before getting into this book. I haven’t read Red rising trilogy yet but I have it in my tbr.

  3. How could I have missed The Comfort Zone???? I rely entirely on Goodreads to give me all my upcoming books, it totally missed Sally Thorne’s.;-(

    Fantastic list!!! There are quite a few new authors for me on that list – I’ll have to check them out.

  4. I’ve been super intrigued by Pierce Brown’s series lately and am wondering if it’s something I should give a shot. How badly would you recommend it for someone who’s super picky with the YA stories he reads? 😀

    • I recommend it to everyone! I actually consider it more Adult than YA. The first book does start with the main character as a teenager, but the series covers several years and he’s mid-late 20s by the end of the third book. I’ve seen it classified as both YA and Adult, though. The first book took me a little while to get into (100 pages or so), but then I loved it. The second book especially is one of my favorite books of all time. I think once you get past the first book you get past all the Hunger Games comparisons and it definitely seems less YA. I hope you give it a try!

      • All right. That’s definitely promising. As long as the first book and all its YA aspects are done properly, I think I could survive it without constantly being annoyed that I’m reading a “typical YA story”! Thanks for your input, Stephanie! 😀

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