Top Ten Tuesday: Books I’ve Read That I’d Like In My Personal Library

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 topic is:

Books I’ve Read That I’d Like In My Personal Library

These are books that I’ve read, but don’t own the physical copies of.

1. The Fallen Crest High Series

I only own the last book.

2. Gus

3. The Grip Series

4. Daisy Jones & The Six

5. The Hard Count (and the rest of Ginger Scott’s books)

6. Thunder Road Series

7. The 3 Nine Minutes Spin-Off Novels (I have the original 3)

8. From Lukov with Love (and the rest of Mariana Zapata’s novels)

9. This Adventure Ends

10. How to Walk Away

18 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I’ve Read That I’d Like In My Personal Library

  1. I almost added How to Walk Away to my list! I still need to read The Hard Count. I’ve had a Kindle copy forever. Have you seen the UK cover for Daisy? It’s so pretty…I may just order it from Book Depository. Since they have the paperback and US doesn’t.

  2. I really wanted to put Daisy Jones on my list, but I loved it too much as an audiobook that I can’t imagine reading a hardcopy. I do love the cover though …
    Great list!

    • Oh, I wasn’t planning on reading the hardcopy. LOL. I just want it for my collection. I wouldn’t mind owning the audio version, though. I loved listening to it.

  3. I just finished How to Walk Away this afternoon. LOVED IT! Center is changing my mind about women’s fiction, one book at a time. I read two, adored them both. I was surprised by how much I loved McGarry’s MC series. I was skeptical, but I shouldn’t have been, because I always love everything she writes.

  4. Fun fact about Daisy Jones: I loved the book and it will surely be among my 2019 favorites. But I haven’t bought a copy because it irritates me to no end that the physical copy has a “Reese’s Book Club” sticker/label on it. Grrr! I want the book but not with that stupid label! LOL

    • The funny thing is… This Adventure Ends isn’t my favorite book by Emma Mills. I love Frank and what he brings to the story, but I liked her other books better overall. It’s actually the only book of hers I don’t have.
      The Iron Tiara has an interesting cover because it’s an interesting book. It’s set in the MC world.

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