Top Ten Tuesday: The Last Ten Books That Gave Me a Book Hangover

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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:

The Last Ten Books That Gave Me a Book Hangover

Funny thing… I submitted this topic when I was in a book hangover. Now, I can’t remember which book it was. LOL. All of these are books that gave me that good kind of hangover.

1. Landon & Shay: Part 2
Author: Brittainy C. Cherry

Brittainy C. Cherry always leaves me with a book hangover. It’s the rawness of her stories. I’m just never ready to let go.

2. The How & the Why
Author: Cynthia Hand

I was emotionally exhausted after this book. It was so good.

3. Enemies
Author: Tijan

Tijan’s books are like a good cookie. I’m just never ready to be finished.

4. When We Left Cuba
Author: Chanel Cleeton

I was lucky to be able to binge read When We Left Cuba right after Next Year in Havana. When I was done, I just wanted more. The next book isn’t out until this spring. 🙁

5. The Kingmaker
Author: Kennedy Ryan

Two words: massive cliffhanger

6. The Simple Wild
Author: K.A. Tucker

It was just so good!

7. All the Ugly and Wonderful Things
Author: Bryn Greenwood

Disturbing, yet so well written.

8. The Reckless Oath We Made
Author:Bryn Greenwood

Greenwood really just challenges my beliefs and it’s exhausting in a good way.

9. Collared
Author: Nicole Williams

At first glance at the cover and title, some might think this is a book about BDSM. It’s not at all. It’s actually a story about a girl who was kidnapped and then found years later. It’s really emotional.

10. Cowboy Villain Damsel Duel
Author: Ginger Scott

This one messed with my mind and left me awed.

64 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: The Last Ten Books That Gave Me a Book Hangover”

    1. It is SO good! I highly recommend it and the book that comes before it, Next Year in Havana. Both were some of my top reads from last year.

    1. I highly recommend The Simple Wild.
      Did you ever read Erin Watt’s Royals series? Enemies has that kind of vibe going.

  1. I loved The Simple Wild as well!

    And yes, I agree – All the Ugly and Wonderful Things made me so uncomfortable, but it’s engrossing all the same.

  2. I love a good book hangover even if they make it hard to move on to the next book. 🙂 The Simple Wild and Reckless Oath book look promising to me.

  3. I am still thinking about The Simple Wild AND SO EXCITED THE SEQUEL IS ON MY KINDLE AT THIS MOMENT! So, yeah, I would put that on my list. I didn’t read that Brittany Cherry book, but The Air He Breathes most definitely left me hungover

    1. I still need to download it. I actually think I requested my library purchase the ebook. I should check on that!
      If you liked that Brittainy Cherry book, I highly recommend this one!

  4. That’s so cool this is your topic! I wish I would’ve looked into it this week now. Great list! I’ve been reading mostly crappy books lately, but I still find kind of hungover from Anti-Stepbrother by Tijan! I enjoyed that one so much more than I ever thought I would (especially based on the title).

    1. Thanks! 🙂
      Anti-Stepbrother is a surprise because of the title. I’m so glad you liked it! I feel you. I think I read too many romances in a row. I couldn’t get into anything and ended up DNFing a few books. I ended up starting this romance anthology and the short stories got me back into things. Hmm…maybe a funny romance would help. Something to change up your mood?

  5. Book hangovers are wonderful things, but you come out the other side in a bit of a haze that makes it easy to forget … well, everything. xD I haven’t read All the Ugly and Wonderful Things yet, but I’ve been wanting to! Glad to see it left such an impression on you.

  6. UGH! I have not gotten to a single one of these yet! How sad!! I’ll probably move on to the Landon & Shay series after I finish her Elements series. I only have The Gravity Between Us to finish. And I really want to get to The Simple Wild soon.

  7. The Simple Wild made such a lasting impression on me. I read it the week after my father died (not knowing what would happen in the book, obviously). I was already emotionally raw and that book at that particular time really made an impact. Both of Bryn Greenwood’s books packed a punch but it was All the Ugly and Wonderful Things that had me thinking and Wavy and Kellan and mulling it all over long after I finished the book.

  8. Enemies keeps popping up on my recommend so I feel like I should read it… Also keep hearing great things about All the Wonderful and Ugly Things and I love a book with a dark side so I probs should get on w reading both of those lol. Great post!

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