Top Ten Tuesday: First Ten Books I Reviewed

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s is First Ten Books I Reviewed. I’m going with the first ten I reviewed on my blog. Click on the book title for my review.

1. Breathless in Love
The Maverick Billionaires, #1
Author: Bella Andre

2. Delicate Monsters
Author: Stephanie Kuehn

3. On the Fence
Author: Kasie West

4. unDefeated
Series: Wayward Fighters, #3
Author: J.C. Valentine

5. The Sound of Glass
Author: Karen White

6. Amber to Ashes
Torn Hearts, #1
Author: Gail McHugh

7. Red Queen
Series: Red Queen, #1
Author: Victoria Aveyard

8. What a Girl Wants
Fillmore & Greenwich, #1
Author: Kate Perry

9. Pivot Point
Pivot Point, #1
Author: Kasie West

10. The Deal
Series: Off-Campus, #1
Author: Elle Kennedy

Looking back, I feel like I started out blogging with some great books!

31 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: First Ten Books I Reviewed”

    1. Pivot Point wasn’t my favorite, but I really liked it sequel. Delicate Monsters was good, but super dark. I can see why her books sound good but are harder for you. That’s the only one I read.

  1. Congratulations on four years of reviewing! What originally made you decide to start writing book reviews?

    My TTT.

    1. It’s a really great generational read with mystery involved. I highly recommend it.

  2. Nice list! I remember thinking Pivot Point sounded really good- if I remember right it came out right around the time I was starting to blog, and I saw it everywhere. I still want to read it…

    1. Thank you! It’s hard to remember it all these years later, but I remember enjoying that series. I hope you enjoy it if you read it.

  3. Kasie West was one of my first 10 reviews as an official blogger, but I had dropped a bunch of reviews on GR before that. I adore her books. I also loved the Off Campus series, and am a fan of Perry’s Laurel Heights and Summerhill series

  4. Yes you did. I used to enjoy Kasie West books though haven’t read any of hers in ages. I have seen Red Queen around quite a bit. It sounds like a very popular fantasy. Great list!

    1. Thank you! I think Kasie West’s books have been all pretty good. If I had to recommend one of her newer ones, it would be Listen to Your Heart. It’s my new fave right along with On the Fence.

  5. I wish I would have done this week’s TTT! It would have been interesting to see some of my earlier (probably cringe worthy) posts, haha. πŸ˜› I still need to read On the Fence! I’ve had the book for forever now. Same with Pivot Point.

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