Popular books that lived up to the hype…#TopTenTuesday


Posted July 31, 2018 in Top 10 Tags:

Its #TopTenTuesday again! This week: books/authors that were hyped and lived up to it! I’m not one for reading really hyped books (because most of them are YA or lit fiction) so this list will be hard for me.

  1.  The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang: The buzz started early about this book and I was excited. I mean, a heroine with ASD? Yes! And let me tell you, this book was everything I was hoping for. The characters were well written, dynamic, and totally endearing.
  2.  Harry Potter: Yes, I came late to the HP game. By the time I picked up book 1, book 4 was already released. I binged all 4 in a week. This book was simply everything I had heard it would be! Unique, exciting, and fantastical.
  3. Lisa Kleypas: At the urging of Nick from the Infinite limits of Love, I read my first LK book. Seriously, the woman can’t write a bad book!
  4. Nalini Singh: This was another author who I had heard all about. By the time I started the Psy-Changeling series there were 16 books out. I have never binged a series so quickly! I couldn’t get enough.
  5. Whitney, My Love by Judith McNaught: Wow. This book was one of those that just stuck with me! McNaught is one of the heavy hitters of romance and this book shows why!

What books or authors would you add to this list? Share with me in the comments!

Samantha
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3 responses to “Popular books that lived up to the hype…#TopTenTuesday

  1. Great post, Sam! I adore Lisa Kleypas, Nalini Singh, The Kiss Quotient and just…everything on your list. While I do love JM, my favorite of her books is Something Wonderful and Almost Heaven. Sooooo angsty but sooooo good.

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