Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Enjoyed but Rarely Talk About

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:

Books I Enjoyed but Rarely Talk About

1. Miss Fix-It
Author: Emma Hart

Emma Hart is one of those authors constantly releasing new books. She’s released so many fun new ones that sometimes I forget my favorite of hers is still the first book I read of hers: Miss Fix-It.

2. My Soul to Keep
Author: Kennedy Ryan

I loved the Grip series so much that sometimes I forget to mention how great I thought this book and the entire series was.

3. Broken
Author: Lauren Layne

I love LL’s contemporary romances, but I always forgot to show off her NA romances that were what originally drew me to her writing.

4. Broken & Screwed
Author: Tijan

I’m not quiet about how addicted I was to the Fallen Crest High series. What I don’t ever really talk about is how Broken & Screwed was the first book/series that got me into Tijan’s brand of angst and drama.

5. Dear Aaron
Author: Mariana Zapata

I love and cheer for so many of Mariana Zapata’s books, but I don’t feel like I give this one enough love. It was actually the book that made me a fan.

6. When It’s Real
Author: Erin Watt

When It’s Real is another book that I loved, but don’t spotlight enough. It’s been overshadowed a bit by the huge success that Paper Princess and the Royals series was. This book was different and almost more special.

7. The Way I Used To Be
Author: Amber Smith

This one was popular when it came out and I know I talked a lot about it then, but I should have kept talking about it. It’s one of those books that should eventually become a YA classic.

8. Flat Out Love
Author: Jessica Park

I really enjoyed the entire Flat-Out Love series, but my love for Left Drowning overshadowed this series. I talk about that book all the time. I need to talk more about this one, too.

9. More Than This
Author: Jay McLean

Jay McLean is an author I just need to talk more about in general. I love all of her books.

10. Girl at Heart
Author: Kelly Oram

This is one I just need to talk more about because it’s so stinking cute and everyone who loves a good YA romance should read it.

49 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Enjoyed but Rarely Talk About”

  1. Flat Out Love – YES! I loved that book so much, and I enjoyed the sequel too. I was introduced to McLean via the More Than books, and she is my goto for angsty books. Have you read Ryan’s Bennetts books? Those were my gateway. From there I went to Soul, Grip, and Hoops

    1. I’ve read all of Ryan’s books. I actually didn’t like the first Bennett book, I think. I’m not big on love triangles.

    1. Thank you! I’m glad I had some you liked on there. You still need to read that Tijan duet!

  2. I definitely want to read Ryan’s Soul series. I’m slowly working my way through her backlist. I wish The Way I Used to Be got more attention. That was a powerful read.

    1. It’s a great read. Very emotional, but well written. I hope you get to read it soon.

    1. I’m so happy to hear that! Broken & Screwed was my first Tijan book and it started me love for her writing. I hope you enjoy it when you get to it!

  3. Dear Aaron was definitely a goodie although personally not a favourite Zapata! I’ve been seeing it mentioned so frequently lately though and it’s making me feel like re-reading it! I need to read more Emma Hart and I just read the synopsis of Miss Fix-It (even though that cover isn’t my fave lol) and it sounds so good! Great list 🙂

    1. I think most of Zapata’s books are favorites for me. There’s only a couple that I wouldn’t place in that category. I hope you pick up Miss Fix-It! It’s so fun!
      Thank you!

    1. Yes! I love Tijan. You should give this series a try! It reminds me a bit of her FCH series.

  4. Congratulations on your site move. There are some great books on your list (it’s nice to find a fellow romance blogger, so many seem to be YA or NA readers).

  5. I haven’t heard of any of these, but Broken and Screwed sounds great! I’ll have to check it out!

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