Top Ten Tuesday: Ten of My Favorite Books I Read in 2019

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is:

Ten of My Favorite Books I Read in 2019

These are all books I read this year. They didn’t have to be published in 2019. They’re just books that have stuck in my mind long past finishing them.

1. Daisy Jones & The Six
Author: Taylor Jenkins Reid

2. The Other Side
Author: Kim Holden

3. Letters to Molly
Author: Devney Perry

4. Collared
Author: Nicole Williams

5.The Simple Wild
Author: K.A. Tucker

6. Salvaged
Author: Jay Crownover

7. Flight Patterns
Author: Karen White

8. Beard with Me / Beard Necessities
Author: Penny Reid

9. Next Year in Havana
Author: Chanel Cleeton

10. The How & the Why
Author: Cynthia Hand

31 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Ten of My Favorite Books I Read in 2019”

  1. The only book I’ve read on your list is Next Year in Havana, but it’s one of my favorites as well. I can’t wait to get to some of the others on your list! 🙂

    Cheers to 2020 reading!

    1. Really? You need to read Daisy Jones & The Six and Next Year in Havana. Those two I think you would like. Well, maybe all of them really. 😉

  2. OMG, yes! The Simple Wild is really high on my list, and as someone, who doesn’t really read historical fiction, I found myself LOVING Cleeton’s series. Penny Reid is always fantastic, and I really enjoyed all the Saints books too.

    1. I was exactly the same with Cleeton’s series! I’m so happy you feel the same about so many of these!!!

  3. You got in a lot of good books in this year! I just saw Daisy Jones & the Six on another blog and added it to my ever growing to-read list – looks fabulous. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Yes, I did.
      I hope you love Daisy Jones and The Six. It’s worth moving up your TBR. 😉

    1. Well, you’re part of the reason I read The Simple Wild and Next Year in Havana. 🙂

  4. We have so many favs in common – of course! I’m trying to squeeze in The Simple Wild – did you listen to the audiobook or read it? I’m thinking the audiobook might be the only way to get it in…

    1. Yay! I read The Simple Wild, but only because my sister gave me a copy for my birthday. I bet the audio would be good, though. I think it’s one you would love.

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