Dec 2, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday ~ Books I'm Looking Forward To In 2015

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This weeks topic: Books I'm looking forward to in 2015


10 ~ The Summer of Chasing Mermaids
by Sarah Ockler
The Summer of Chasing Mermaids
Sarah Ockler has been recommended to me by several people and I have yet to read one of her books, but this one looked too good not to have on my list this week!

9 ~ The Boy Most Likely To (My Life Next Door #2)
by Huntley Fitzpatrick
My Life Next Door (My Life Next Door, #1)
If you haven't read My Life Next Door yet I am going to get my 13 year old to call you and talk you into it!  We both ADORED this book and are super excited for The Boy Most Likely To!

8 ~ Last Year's Mistake
by Gina Ciocca
Last Year's Mistake
This book just looks like something I would read and from reading the synopsis I am really looking forward to it!

7 ~ The Ruby Circle
by Richelle Mead
The Ruby Circle (Bloodlines, #6)
I have loved Adrian from the moment he was introduced in Frostbite and I look forward to this installment in the Bloodlines series.

6 ~ Lady Midnight (Dark Aritfices #1)
by Cassandra Clare

It's time to enter a new phase in the world of shadow hunters, vampires, werewolves and all the other creations Cassandra Clare has built for us.  I look forward to this series as I did the others.  I loved The Infernal Devices so much and wasn't sure about another shadow hunter series at the time, but it makes me wonder what is in store for this new series. 

5 ~ Let's Be Crazy (Oh Captain, My Captian series #4)
by Lindsay Paige and Mary Brown
Looking for You (Oh Captain, My Captain, #1)A Hockey Player's Proposal (Oh Captain, My Captain, #2)Finding Carson Lee (Oh Captain, My Captain, #3)
Let's Be Crazy is the 4th installment in the Oh Captain, My Captain series by the fabulous duo of Lindsay Paige and Mary Brown.  If you haven't read anything by these ladies, especially if you enjoy sports romance, you are really missing out!

4 ~ Contradictions
by Tiffany King
Contradictions (Woodfalls Girls, #3)
I'm a huge fan of Tiffany King and I am certainly looking forward to this last book in her Woodfalls Girls series coming in 2015!

3 ~ Saint Anything 
by Sarah Dessen
Saint Anything
This is a book I heard of at Y'allFest this year and it looks so good!  I have read a few of Sarah Dessen's books and my teenage daughter loves her so I know this one will be one we are both looking forward to.

2 ~ Nepenthe (A Bracing For Love Novel)
by Lindsay Paige
Bracing the Blue Line (Bracing for Love, #1)Nepenthe (Bracing for Love, #2)
If you read Bracing The Blue Line you may remember the over baring Kennedy brothers.  Nepenthe is about Corey Kennedy, Lucy's oldest brother.  This book is going to be so amazing I can barely stand the wait until it is released!  

1 ~ Nowhere But Here (Thunder Road #1)
by Katie McGarry

Everyone knows by now I have such a love for Katie McGarry's books.  She is a fantastic author and I am always on the edge of my seat waiting for her next release. Nowhere But Here will be the start of a new series for her and I'm sure it will be well worth the wait!  

That's it for me this week!  What's on your list?

5 comments:

  1. Great picks! The Boy Most Likely is a book that I am beyond excited for, I can't believe I forgot to add that to my list. 2015 is going to be a great year for books, I can't wait. I hope you enjoy them all when you finally get to read them :) Here's my STS.

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  2. Great choices! The Ruby Circle needs to come out now! Can't wait for more Sydrian :D

    Eileen @ BookCatPin

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  3. Umm heck yes to all of these. I love Fitzpatrick and Ockler and Dessen..and all of them. So many good contemporaries coming out next year, it was so hard for me to choose.

    here's mine

    Also, I have a $30 giveaway going so be sure to check it out.

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  4. I agree about The Summer of Chasing Mermaids! :)

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  5. So i ended up having to add half of your list to my goodreads! Thanks for making my TBR list grow even more!!!!!!

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