Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish blog.
This week is a freebie, and I am going to do my favorite books from the year I started blogging, which was 2013. I read 105 books in 2013, and 16 of them were by Kristen Ashley! Two of those books are on the list below.
These were my favorite books from 2013.
Heller by JD Nixon. Tilly, a clumsy, hilarious girl, begins working for a security company run by the incredibly private Heller. He has an oddball staff that works for him, and Tilly fits right in.
Wallbanger by Alice Clayton. Caroline’s new neighbor Simon is quite a “wallbanger” with the ladies. She confronts the hot Brit and sparks fly. Hilarious story.
Making Faces by Amy Harmon. The story of Fern, a geeky girl who had a crush on the hot guy from school. He goes off to war, and comes back to find Fern is the only friend he has. One of the best books I’ve ever read. Beautiful.
Rock Chick by Kristen Ashley. Indy Savage runs a coffee shop in Denver, and has crushed on her best friends brother Lee for years. A little mishap throws them together, and hilarity ensues. Great group of characters. Another one in my 10 all time favorite books.
Law Man by Kristen Ashley. Mitch Lawson is a cop, and finds himself attracted to his neighbor Mia. Mia is taking care of a family members two kids, and Mitch will do everything in his power to keep them safe.
Strangers by Barbara Elsborg. A story of two very broken people who meet at the most inopportune time, and end up saving each other. Beautiful story.
The Unidentified Redhead by Alice Clayton. Another funny book by Alice Clayton. Grace is a woman acting in LA and meets Jack Hamilton, a very famous actor. Jack is instantly smitten with Grace, and the paparazzi soon catch wind of Jack and the unidentified redhead. Really funny book.
When you Dare by Lori Foster. First book in a series about a group of mercenaries who rescue women from dangerous situations. I enjoyed this book and the series.
Exquisite by Ella Frank. Mason owns the hottest restaurant in Chicago, and meets Lena, a doctor. Sparks fly with an amazing supporting cast of characters. I waited 3 years to read the other two books in the series. No clue why I did that.
Hopeless by Colleen Hoover. I don’t really know how to describe this book other than amazing. Not something you expect but just so good. I would highly recommend this book.
Well, that’s my list. Happy Tuesday!