So I was debating about doing this week’s Top 10 Tuesday, by That Artsy Reader Girl, simply because it was a Valentine’s freebie and I honestly didn’t know what to write about. I don’t particularly lean toward romance books, except for Nicholas Sparks, so my well of favorite characters, favorite books, anything romantic or lovey dried up. But then I realized there was an endless amount of books that I haven’t read and began to think of the books that I am curious about. And as I began to check out Goodreads and look at the books hiding on my shelves, I realized there were a few on my TBR. There are also the books I want to check out because of the hype.
I wasn’t planning on getting on the Bridgerton band wagon, but I heard so much about the hit show on Netflix. So inevitably I got bored one night and began to play it. Let’s just say by the next day I finished the season and I was hooked. Then I found out it’s a book series! You know I am not one for reading a series, but this one, I got to check out. I am even tempted to just buy the whole damn series so I can just read them in one fell swoop.
Another book I have seen making its rounds that has made me a bit curious. Also I have seen the movie and while it was everything I thought it would be, I am even more curious to read the book.
I liked the Grey series… sorry, not sorry. I have been curious about E L James’ most recent book that came out. I have been biding my time. I will get to it eventually.
Can someone please tell me why I still have not read this book? I just can’t seem to finish this series. If you remember a little over a year ago, I read book 1&2 and was planning to read the third, but never did. I do want to check it out and everyone says the third book is really good. One of these days.
I was Team Edward all the way so I am excited to read the latest book in the Twilight series that is from his perspective. I have only been wondering what he’s been thinking for years now.
I have had this book on my TBR list on Goodreads for a while. I even own a copy of the book. I have seen amazing reviews, so I definitely want to check it out.
I saw the movie years ago but there is something about the book that intrigues me. Every time I see it, I always say to myself that I have to read it. I definitely want to check it out.
I have read a few of John Green’s books. I am not a die-hard fan but “Looking for Alaska” is one that I have heard about enough that I eventually want to check it out.
This book has gotten brought up as a potential read in book club and now I am curious. I have heard really good things about it.
This is one classic love story I have yet to read. And honestly I am tired of hearing about Heathcliff and not knowing who he is. I need to know. It seems like this is a book that you either love or hate, from what I have heard. I am hoping that I love it.
Have you read any of these books? What did you think? What books do you recommend? Let’s discuss!