Okay, so this is my last list, at least for right now, where I tell you all about the books I'm most looking forward in this 2014. I think it's officially my first post of the year!!
Anyway, in no particular order, here they are:
I'm the first one to admit I'm not a huge fan of Jenny Han, but this book sounds pretty awesome and though I didn't love The Summer I Turned Pretty Series, it wasn't all entirely bad.
I loved My Life Next Door, it was such a good contemporary YA book, so I'm really looking forward to this one on those grounds alone, plus she writes some pretty awesome guys.
I've discovered this pattern with Ms Eulberg, I love one of her books, don't care about the next, then love it again. I didn't care for the previous book, but if this patten holds true I'm going to love this one.
I'm really intrigued by this, plus I kind of liked Amy and Roger's Epic Detour so, yeah.
New to Me author but she's doing a retelling of Mansfied Park, and Fanny (well, her name is Ashley in this) gets to be a super awesome math wiz. Totally sign me up.
Love Linsey Levitt, so I'm basically going to read whatever she publishes.
I love, love, love this series and the third book sounds like it's going to be a riot!
Well, yeah, I liked Crash into You a lot and I'm intrigued to stay in this world, so I'm sticking around for this one.
Lisa Kleypas is going back to the Travis Family to write about the last brother standing, Joe, and I'm super pumped for it! the only thing that would make me happier would be if she got back to historicals, because I love those best of all. Still, I'll take Joe Travis
Since she wrote one of my favorite books of last year - The Countess Conspiracy - and I actually grew to like Free Marshall on that one, I'm really looking forward to her story.
Currently, one of my very few auto-buys in the romance genre, I don't love all of Ms Mayberry's books with the same intensity, but I always have a goo time.
Because with every book she writes, Rainbow Rowell gets better and better, and because Attachments was one of the best contemporary romances I've read in a good, long while.
I gave up on this series a long time ago but we are going back to Beth and Wrath and I guess hope springs eternal that I'll get some Rhage thrown in the mix. (Yes, I'm aware the dude's names are utterly ridiculous).
I love Catherine McKenzie's books because they always have such unusual plots, yet they always ring true and I always wind up rooting for her characters. Technically not a romance but there are usually some pretty strong romantic elements.
Special Shout Out: Dark Lycan by Christine Feehan
Dmitri and Skyler's book. FINALLY! 16 books after they were introduced and 7 books since I gave a damn about this series. Huzzah!
So, that's me! And I promise this will be the last list for a while!
Next time some actual reviews!