2017 New Adult Reading Challenge Update #6

I’m back again with another monthly 2017 New Adult Reading Challenge update! For those of you who aren’t familiar with the challenge, it’s hosted by Cátia @ The Girl Who Read Too Much. I’ve been steadily inching toward my goal of 100 New Adult novels this year. I’m at 82 books! I’m over ¾ way toward my goal.

I’ve also made great progress on the 2017 New Adult Reading Challenge Bingo. I just need 3 more books to finish the card. I’ve listed them below and linked them to their Goodreads pages in case anyone is interested in finding out more about them.

  1. book set in college: No Bad Days (Fisher Brothers, #1)
  2. a re-read: Confess
  3. book about friendship: Love Story (Love Unexpectedly, #3)
  4. book with only male POV: Undeclared (Burnham College, #2)
  5. book based on its cover: Maybe Never
  6. new to you author: Bossman
  7. diverse novel: Goodbye Paradise
  8. book you can finish in one day: Troublemaker (Prescott Family, #1.5)
  9. hyped book: A Boy Like You.
  10. book set in summer: Co-Wrecker
  11. book that makes you laugh: The Cad and the Co-ed (Rugby, #3)
  12. 2017 release: The Rule Maker (The Rule Breakers, #2)
  13. star (free choice): Sweet Soul (Sweet Home, #4)
  14. book with with music or art: The Feeling of Forever
  15. book about road trip: Unwritten
  16. book out of your comfort zone: Johnny and Jamaal
  17. book you knew nothing about: Sweet Home (Sweet Home, #1)
  18. new adult bestseller: Fake Fiancée
  19. start a new series: Lila (Boyle Heights, #1)
  20. debut novel: Last Semester
  21. one word title: Cheater (Curious Liaisons, #1)
  22. book about sports: Cross Check (Bayard Hockey, #2)
  23. LGBTQ novel: Off Campus (Bend or Break, #1)
  24. book recommendation: Bad Penny
  25. bottom of your TBR: Sweet Fall (Sweet Home, #2)

I am finished with bingo! Woohoo!

8 thoughts on “2017 New Adult Reading Challenge Update #6

      • LOL. If the rest of the story is good enough, I can handle a couple of more risqué scenes. Like, I enjoyed The Deal, but I thought the next book in that series had too much, and then I didn’t make it through the third book because it was just way too much and I stopped taking it seriously haha.

  1. Wow, 82 books is so impressive, Deanna!

    And this is such an interesting challenge! I have to admit that I don’t think New Adult is quite for me however (even though I’m part of the age group it’s targeted for). Although, I did like A Court of Mist and Fury. XD

    • Thank you! It’s funny. I think a lot of the NA readers are older than the target audience. I know I probably am, but I like it because it reminds me of being younger!

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