Top Ten Tuesday: All About Books You Read Because of Recommendation

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is All About Books You Read Because of Recommendation. I’m going to narrow this topic down to Ten Books I Read Because My Favorite Goodreads Young Adult Contemporary Romance Told Me ToThese ladies have never steered me wrong. I’ve loved every book they’ve ever recommended to me. So, read these books!

1. Bright Side by Kim Holden


2. Nine Minutes by Beth Flynn


3. The Year We Fell Down by Sarina Bowen


4. More Than This by Jay McLean


5. Wild Reckless by Ginger Scott


6. Rebel by Elle Casey

7. Making Faces by Amy Harmon

8. The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord


9. V is For Virgin by Kelly Oram

10. Ruin by Rachel Van Dyken

29 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: All About Books You Read Because of Recommendation”

    1. Haha! Several of them were old buddy reads. Others were just book deals people pointed out because they loved them. You should read some of them! I bet you’d love them. (See me recommending in a recommendation post? 😉 )

      1. Yeah that’s the problem! I want to read them all and there isn’t enough hours in the day, and I don’t work! Haha

  1. I finished the Hard Count by Ginger Scott and absolutely loved it. It’s one of my favourite sport contemporaries so I’ll definitely be adding Wild Reckless to me TBR list. 😀

    1. Oh yay! The Hard Count is one of my favorite GS books ever, so that might be hard to beat. But I love all of her books. I hope you enjoy Wild Reckless! 🙂

  2. So I haven’t actually read any of these. The start of me and you has been on my tbr for awhile but so many of these other ones you mention look fantastic and will probably be getting read soon!

  3. This is an awesome list. I have V is for Virgin on my TBR and have only just read my first Kelly Oram book and loved it. Thank you for visiting my page.

  4. I’ve only read The Start of Me and You on this list, but I’ve picked up some awesome recommendations! I don’t really a lot of new adult and usually don’t know where to start but some of these look great! I’ll be checking out The Year We Fell Down soon because the synopsis sounds right up my alley.

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