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Top Ten Tuesday: Summer Reads
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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly list meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

I have so many books to read this summer so this week’s Top Ten Tuesday is perfect: Top Ten Books At The Top Of My Summer TBR List! I had to split it up between books that aren’t out yet (but coming soon!), ARC’s I brought home from BEA, and books I have been meaning to get to, but haven’t yet.

Right of Way by Lauren Barnholdt – I’ve read every one of Barnholdt’s books and they’re always a great summer read. And this one is a companion to Two Way Street, my favorite of hers.

The Distance Between Us by Kasie West - This just looks so cute and summer-y and I’ve heard it’s really good!

(Not pictured) Origin by Jennifer L. Armentrout – I’ve been dyyying for this book since the last page of Opal and counting down until August. It’s borderline obsessive behavior.

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell – Everything about this book screams SO CUTE. I used to write fanfiction way back when (I don’t even know where it is anymore) so the premise is definitely appealing and THE COVER. I am loving it.

This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales – Dubbed a very “KT book” by my friend Jen, so this one moved to the top of the pile!

Frigid by J. Lynn – Another Jennifer L. Armentrout (or as the BFF call her: JLA) book. She’s just so good at giving me exactly what I want in a book and I always look forward to them.

The Dream Thieves by Maggie Steifvater – I’ll admit, the first book didn’t “wow” me as much as I’d hoped, but I could always see it going somewhere interesting and I loved the characters. I have a feeling this will be one of those series that just keep getting better with each book.

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte – I promised myself that I would finally read Jane Eyre this summer so it has to happen. Someone force me?

Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi – One of those books that has been sitting on my shelf and I’ve heard talk about the sequel being better and some guy named Perry being cute and that is apparently all you need to rope me in?

Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein – So many people talk about this one and I picked up the companion, Rose Under Fire, at BEA; I’ve just been avoiding it for THE TEARS. I haven’t been in the mood for heartbreak.

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