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2018 Favorites

I can't believe another year is gone. Time flies...
2018 has been an amazing reading year. I surpassed my reading goal and discovered tons of amazing new authors. Just like last year I can't choose a favorite book for the year, not even five... so once again I will share one to three favorite books per month (as I've read). It will be a mix of romance books and young adult and all titles will take you to the book's review. Have fun browsing! 
Ready?






JANUARY


Ryan's Bed by Tijan (Contemporary Romance)

FEBRUARY


November 9 by Coleen Hoover (Contemporary Romance/New Adult)

MARCH



APRIL/MAY


JUNE

Dirty Exes by Rachel Van Dyken (Contemporary Romance)

More than Words by Mia Sheridan (Contemporary Romance/New Adult)

Dare Me by Rebecca Shea (Contemporary Romance)

JULY


Bad for You by J Daniels (Contemporary Romance)


AUGUST

Down to You by Jayne Frost (Rock Star Romance)

SEPTEMBER



OCTOBER

All My Life by Prescott Lane (Contemporary Romance)


NOVEMBER



DECEMBER

Highlander Ever After by Paula Quinn (Historical romance)

Seducing Cinderella by Gina L Maxwell (Contemporary Romance)

Trigger by JL Drake (Dark Romance) - I am writing a review for the trilogy at the moment. It will be up soon.

A lot of these books where given to me in exchange for honest reviews by authors, PR companies, etc. A HUGE thank you goes to all of you that keep my book obsession growing and my TBR impossible to handle! 

Sadly, liking everything you read is impossible and although I try my hardest to always finish a book it doesn't always happens. I had a few low rating book this year, some even by authors I considered fail proof till now 🙈 I was going to share the list here but it doesn't feel right. You can always check my GoodReads account if you want to know or ask me directly.

Happy Reading Sunnies!


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  1. Great favorites list!! I added a lot of these to my TBR 😁

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    1. YAY!! Glad to add some fab books to your TBR! :)

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