This post is inspired by the Broke and the Bookish's March 22, 2016 Top Ten Tuesday Meme topic "Ten Books I Really Love But Feel Like I Haven't Talked About Enough/In A While" Read more on Riffle
The Gathering Storm by Robin Bridges
Necromancers; Imperial Russia and a romance with the Tsar heir? Yeah, this series kicks serious butt! It's a great blend of everything to love about a YA trilogy and I wish more people talked about it!
1 / 10
The Girl in the Steel Corset by Kady Cross
From the steampunk elements to the slow burn romance to this crazy team of young teenagers in Victorian England--this series is non-stop fun.
2 / 10
The Iron King by Julie Kagawa
One of my all-time favourite book worlds, The Iron Fey is beautifully crafted from start to end. The mixture of fairy tales, nursery rhymes and faeries themselves makes this story one of a kind!
3 / 10
Wondrous Strange (Wondrous Strange Trilogy Book 1) by Lesley Livingston
This is a series I plan on rereading every couple of years and sharing with my eventual kids. Not only does it have faeries but it's laced with Shakespeare and has two of my favourite leads ever in a series.
4 / 10
Crossing the Line: Without a Trace series, a contemporary sexy romance novel by Ally Bishop
If you crave an adult contemporary romance that has strong female characters and fantastic character building, you NEED this series in your life!
5 / 10
Schooled by Piper Lawson
Piper Lawson's debut blew me away! The romances are strong, the drama is realistic and the characters are amazing. A must for New Adult fans!
6 / 10
Leaving Amarillo: A Neon Dreams Novel by Caisey Quinn
Caisey Quinn writes some of my favourite New Adult novels but the Neon Dreams series really surprised me. I loved the overarching story line and the character development we get.
7 / 10
After Math by Denise Grover Swank
This series was fun yet touching. I loved the stories we had and I loved watching these characters grow as the series progressed. Did I mention swoon-worthy guys?
8 / 10
Vixen (The Flappers) by Jillian Larkin
I devoured these books! I loved all the drama and romance of these 1920s novels. They are super quick reads but so entertaining!
9 / 10
Mystic City (Mystic City Trilogy) by Theo Lawrence
This book read like I was watching a movie. From the mystical powers to the many twists and turns--I couldn't put these books down!
10 / 10