Hello schmexies!!! Can you believe that 2015 is coming to an end in just a few hours?! This has been a simply amazing year and we cannot wait to see what 2016 has in store for us. Over the past few days each of us shared out top reads of the year. In case you missed that…here they all are!
Have a Happy New Year!!!
Another year is coming to a close….I can’t believe it!!!! It was a slow reading year for me which made choosing this list even more difficult. Each of these books gave me a little something different, a different escape from my reality. Thank you to EVERY author out there, whether I have had a chance to read your books or not. You give readers the best gift ever anytime that you put your words out there for us. So without further ado, here are my Top Reads (in no particular order) of 2015!!!!
Jezebel by K. Larsen- Author ~ http://amzn.to/1BrUwBR
This was my “mind fuck” book of the year. I was on the edge of y seat trying to figure out what the hell was going on….heart pounding & mysterious read!
Hate to Love You/Love to Hate You by Isabelle Richards-Author ~ http://amzn.to/1OarURx ~ http://amzn.to/1Nf0sop
Roxie and I both agree on these two books. #CHARIANNAFOREVER This story had me in knots, fits of laughter and tears, loving and hating the characters. I ran through every emotion possible and was completely lost in the words!
It’s that time of the year , time to pick our favorite books of 2015 . I’ve read over 170 books this year and these are the books that instantly popped in my head . I didn’t have to look on Goodreads or look at my reviews because these books are the ones that stayed with me . They’re all so different , yet they made me swoon , smile , feel and love . These are stories that I long for when I read .
A boy and a girl in a poverty stricken mining town . A second chance love story in New York City . A dark sinful tale of an unlikely couple . A roller coaster ride of emotions with two star athletes . A story of love that will only get stronger with time …..
☆Hate to Love You / Love to Hate you by Isabelle Richards-Author , oh my heart got a serious workout while reading this story #CHARIANNAFOREVER
And last but not least
☆The Paper Swan by Author Leylah Attar,
This story shines through the pages .It burns bright in my heart like a million twinkly stars . It’s beautiful, heartbreaking, yet hopeful and brilliant.–>http://amzn.to/1JpyXWW
It’s my turn to pick my favorite books of 2015. Having read over 150 books, I’m giving you the ones that I won’t ever forget. These books blew me away, took me to another place and made me remember why I love to read so much.
☆Before We Were Strangers by Renee Carlino was incredible. I couldn’t put it down. By far one of the best second chance love stories I’ve ever read.
☆The End Game by Kate McCarthy Author is a book that I want to read again and again. Both Roxie and I were in book heaven!! This left us with tears, pounding hearts and our emotions all over the place. The feelings The End Game evoked were endless. We laughed, cried, swooned, and fell in love with every word.
☆The Paper Swan by Author Leylah Attar shines. It burns bright in our hearts like a million twinkly stars forever engrained in your memory. It’s beautiful, heartbreaking, yet hopeful and brilliant.
☆Kyland by Mia Sheridan, this book was brilliant. Roxie and I read this together and we absolutely loved every word. Just thinking about it gives me the chills and it was everything we search for in a book. As Roxie said, “It’s a lesson about what it really means to love someone else more than yourself”
☆The Song of David by Amy Harmon was a breathtaking, beautiful story once again proving why she is one of my most favorite authors.
And last but not least:
☆The Summer Remains by by Seth King was breathtaking! You know those books that you just want to hug and love and give to every person you know. You want to bottle the feeling you had while you’re reading and tattoo them in your heart and brain. Seth King wrote two books that changed the way I look at life. Masterpieces!
Thank you to EVERY author that we have read this year….your words mean the world to us!!!
See you all next year ;)