Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Loved but Never Reviewed

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Today’s topic is:

Books I Loved but Never Reviewed

These are books I read before I blogged.

1. Suzanne’s Diary for Nicholas
Author: James Patterson

2. Plain Truth
Author: Jodi Picoult

3. Falling Home
Author: Karen White

4. Winter Garden
Author: Kristin Hannah

5. Flat-Out Love
Author: Jessica Park

6. Kaleidoscope Hearts
Author: Claire Contreras

7. Ugly Love
Author: Colleen Hoover

8. When Lightning Strikes
Author: Brenda Novak

9. Simply Irresistible
Author: Jill Shalvis

10. The Best Man
Author: Kristan Higgins

80 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Loved but Never Reviewed”

    1. That’s awesome! Have you read more of her books then? I love everything she has written.

      1. I’ve only read Flat Out Love, and then I read Flat Out Matt because it was specific scenes from his point of view. I still haven’t read Flat Out Celeste. And I haven’t read anything else. (I was a little turned off when I read she was attacking reviewers who didn’t like her books.)

        1. Flat Out Celeste is my FAVORITE in that series. You HAVE to read it! And Left Drowning is one of my favorites, too. I hadn’t heard she had done that. I have met her before, and she seemed very nice.

  1. I loved Flat-Out Love, and though it sits on my favorites shelf, there is no review. Not even a sentence. I read it in 2014, and didn’t write reviews that often back then.

  2. Ugly Love and Winter Garden… wow, those are two serious tear jerkers (in different ways). Now that I think about it I can’t remember if I wrote reviews for either of those. Will have to check. But I loved themed both so hard.

  3. I think I’m lucky that I was a member of Goodreads from when I was quite young, so I have a looot of reviews from ever since I was 16 or so! Though I’m a perfectionist… so maybe other people don’t mind having gaps in their reviewing record! 😂

  4. These look fun! Heard good things about Jodi Picoult of course, and I love those covers of Winter Garden and Ugly Love!

  5. Unfortunately I haven’t read any of these- but I’m glad you enjoyed them! Most of my unwritten reviews come from not just “before I blogged” but “before I knew about GoodReads” lol.

    1. I think if you liked The Nightingale, you would like Winter Garden. Flat-Out Love is really good, too.

  6. I haven’t read any of these but I have enjoyed books by Karen White, Jodi Picoult and Kristin Hannah. Oh so many books to read and not enough time! Great TTT list.

    1. If you liked those authors, I recommend these books of theirs. They are some of my favorites they have written.

  7. While I have read a lot (like a huge amount) of Jill Shalvis, I still haven’t gotten around to her Lucky Harbor series. Crazy!

  8. Ooh, The Best Man! That’s one of my favorite Kristan Higgins books and I didn’t review it either. I don’t think I reviewed any of her backlist books, come to think of it. I’ve done a few of her newer books because I got ARCs for them.

  9. I loved Hannah’s The Nightingale so am interested in hers here. Also enjoy Picoult. Good list!

  10. OMG do you know that When Snow Falls from Whiskey Creek is my favorite????? Have read it a couple times, and feel a re-read coming 💕 And I never wrote a review either 🙈

    I also read Kaleidoscope Hearts years ago and never wrote a review. Honestly I don’t remember much anymore, maybe I need to read it again as well.

    1. LOL. I loved that series. I was so sad when it ended.

      I was thinking I need a reread of Kaleidoscope Hearts as well. I am wondering if it lives up to my original love of it.

  11. I haven’t read any of these! Which ones your favourite? It’s interesting to see what kind of books people read before they were blogging!

    1. I don’t know that I could pick a favorite. I loved them all. I guess it would depend on what you like to read. Maybe Winter Garden or Falling Home.

  12. I really like the sound of several of these, particularly The Best Man and Falling Home. Thanks for visiting Long and Short Reviews!

  13. I’ve had Suzanne’s diary of Nicholas on my TBR list for way to long now. You have a nice list here, I want to have a look at some of your books.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier!

  14. So many books and some of these I know I’ve read and enjoyed and probably not reviewed as well like Colleen Hoover’s Ugly Love. I find it crazy how I didn’t used to write my thoughts down when reading. It’s why there are so many books I can’t remember, what did I used to do after finishing a book before I blogged?

    1. I know, right? I look back and have to read other people’s reviews to remind myself what I loved about a book before I started reviewing. It’s rather sad.

    1. You know, I think it was kind of the same in a way for me. I read and loved Left-Drowning first. I still loved this one, but not as much as that one. I think I ended up appreciating this one more as I went along and read the entire series.

  15. I haven’t read any of these, but Flat-Out Love has piqued my attention before (in a way where I completely forgot about it until I saw it again here). Does it read more like YA or NA? It looks like the author’s written for both teens and adults but college freshmen can fall into either category, and I can’t quite tell.

  16. Thanks for stopping by The Phantom Paragrapher. Books #1 and #2 were ones I’ve read and not reviewed as like you it was before my blog. I still have Flat Out Love to read and I have reviewed Ugly Love.

    1. I love Jessica Park’s books. They are really good. I think you would like Flat-Out Love. I actually read her Left Drowning after Googling books like Hoover’s. I bet you would like that one since you liked Ugly Love.

  17. I loved Plain Truth and I think it was my first book by JP. I’m a huge fan but I read all of her books when I was in high school and I’m so sad that my memory is so bad that I can’t write proper reviews for them now LOL I guess I just have to re-read them?

    1. It is really, really good. I feel like it’s maybe her most underrated. I don’t see it much and it is so good.

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