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Top Ten Books I Want Santa to Bring Me (in 2014)
***I'm cheating a little because I have a bad habit of buying all the books I want in finished copy form, so this is more about the books I can't wait to own next year!***
You might've seen me posting about this book on twitter yesterday and with good reason. This is the book I am most excited about in 2014. I am such a Kasie West fan(atic), but this book is right up my alley. Also? That cover is beyond stunning.
I may be cheating a bit (a bit more?) as I've already read this one, but I need a finished copy for my shelf. NEED IT.
Another book I've already been fortunate enough to read and simply must own. Sophie Jordan is in top form with this imaginative, thrilling, romantic story. I can't wait for the world to read it.
Yes, I've read this one, too, and need a finished copy. I absolutely adore this series by J. Lynn. If you've yet to fall in love with Cam and Jase and Ollie, then you have some delicious catching up to do.
I could not love this sequel to PIVOT POINT any more. Yes, Kasie is making a double appearance in this feature because I cannot get enough of her books.
I am so excited and curious to see how Kiera Cass will end America's story. Aspen? Maxon? Who will be the one?
If there was one book that I think will speak universally to every person in 2014, it's The Winner's Curse. This book has it all--action, suspense, romance, deception, and redemption. It is a brilliant start to a new series and Marie Rutkoski is simply amazing.
This is pitched as Romeo and Juliet meets Sons of Anarchy. Line for this one starts behind me.
I love, love Jenny Han. She is such a fun and engaging writer. Her Summer series was one of my favorites, and I cannot wait for this one!
It's Jen Armentrout ... do I really need to say more than that? Really? OK, well I am also curious about the thriller aspect to this. It seems like a break from her normal books (and I use the term "normal" loosely because this girl can write about anything and I'd read it), so it's making me even more excited to read!