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Welcome to my top 5 Fall Reads list!!!
Each season I struggle to pick just 5 books that rocked my world and this season was no different. I spent the fall reading lots of good books. According to my Goodreads shelf I read 16 FIVE star books during the fall months. Below are my Top FIVE (actually 6) and my honorable mentions.
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HOOK, LINE AND SINKER – I ♥ THIS ONE!
I was hooked from the first chapter with this college romance.The Hook Up had the right mix of drama, sexy times and swoony moments. It’s been a long time since I’ve read a college romance because they all seemed to be very similar. But this one reminded me of why I love a well written new adult book.
To quote Celia, “Wow. That was… wow.” I loved every single minute of this book. It’s a huge book and yet it didn’t feel long because it was so captivating.
MADE is Corrado’s life story. I read SEMPRE in 2012 and fell in love with the story. I was curious about Corrado in that story so when I saw the dedication in MADE I knew this book was for me:
To everyone out there who read Sempre and wanted to know more about a certain mysterious hitman. This is for you.
Touch is wicked good. Ms. Fanetti has done it again. She has created another story with unique characters. I was so immersed in the story that I even had a dream about the characters. You know how dreams are… they make sense to you until you try to verbalize them to someone else and then the dream makes you look like a crazy person.
Brilliant! I was hooked from the first page until the last page.
I first met Van in ”Deliver” and he seemed so detached and menacing that I held him at distance. I was unsure if I could soften to him or not. When Ms. Godwin announced that there would be a Van book I knew I had to read it. I needed to know what made Van so disconnected and yet so frightening.
SERIOUSLY!!! Why’d I wait so long to read this book?!I bought it a year ago but let it sit on my kindle. Now, I’m kicking myself because this whole year I could have been experiencingBONES! Move over, Edward, there’s a new vampire in town and he’s sexy, British and has a sense of humor.
I jumped on the bandwagon and I’m not sorry I did because this book was fascinating. I started it on Thanksgiving and had a hard time putting it down to hang out with family members.
The prologue was gripping and had my attention when I realized we were reading the ending of the story. I wasn’t sure what to expect from this book but what I walked away with was a story that will have me thinking about it for a long time.