The 10 Best Books That I Read in 2015

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week I am writing about the 10 best books that I read in 2015.

1.  Breathe, Annie, Breathe by Miranda Kenneally

I generally enjoy sports novels so I really enjoyed this one.  The book is a good balance of romantic tension between Annie and Jeremiah, but it also focuses on her developing new friendships and working on her running skills so that she can finish a marathon

2.  Second Chance Summer by Jill Shalvis

Since I work in the hospitality industry, I always enjoy reading about books with resorts, inns, and hotels.  This was a fun book to read about because of the Kincaid family and their family resort.

3.  Pepped Up by Ali Dean

Another sports novel!  Another running novel!  This one is a series so I can't wait to read more about Pepper Jones.

4.  Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover

Colleen Hoover does it again.  There's just something about the way that she writes.  Her romances are so cute, but so tragic.  So passionate.

5.  Red Hourglass by Scarlet Risque

I don't usually read romance thrillers, but this book has made me think about reading more of them. It was very good!

6.  Royal Wedding by Meg Cabot

Another Princess Diaries book.  How wonderful!  I can tell you that Royal Wedding does not disappoint.  It tells you everything you want to know about what's been going on with Princess Mia since high school.

7.  From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess by Meg Cabot

I like this spin-off of The Princess Diaries series.  It's great that this wonderful book series can be introduced to a younger audience.

8.  Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen

A new Sarah Dessen book.  Need I say more?  It's definitely not my favorite of her books but the story was interesting and kept me engaged.

9.  Kissing Ted Callahan (and other guys) by Amy Spalding

What is not to love about this book?  Fun friendships, cool bands, and cute boys galore!  If you like fun, friendship focused Ya novels then you should check this one out.

10.  Clear by Jessica Park

This was an unusual book.  The story between Stella and Sam is lovely and romantic and all but a majority of the plot is dark, focusing on death, so... I would not recommend this book to anyone who is easily offended or is faint of heart.

Have any recommendations?  Please let me know in the comments.  I can't wait for another fantastic reading year in 2016.

Take care,

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