Favourite reads of 2013


It’s December 12th, and you know what that means? 2013 is almost over which is both sad and exciting. We get to wave goodbye to all the goodness that this year offered and welcome all the greatness that 2014 has in store. But you know what, this year offered some darn good reads. According to my goodreads challenge, I’ve read 56 books this year. Some of them were wonderful, some of them were fabulous and some of them just plain blew me out of the water. They’re the ones I want to talk about today; my favourite reads of 2013.

Rosemary Beach Series by Abbi Glines (NA contemp): Although only the last book two books were released this year, I read the entire series. Meeting Rush Finlay was a huge literary highlight. Oh boy… *swoons* Two words… RUSH CRUSH.

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Wait for You by J. Lynn (NA contemp): I think J. Lynn aka Jennifer L. Armentrout is my new favourite author. I had a hard time choosing which of her 2013 books was the best. In the end I went with Wait for you, because Cam and Avery are beautiful together.

Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare (YA Steampunk): Gosh, wasn’t that an epic end to the series. I ❤ the bromance between Will Herondale and James Carstairs so hard!

Requim by Lauren Oliver (YA Dystopian): Oh boy, this was another one that hard my heart pounding and although I was a tiny little bit disappointed in the ending. Man, what a great read!

Allegiant by Veronica Roth (YA Dystopian): Possibly one of the most controversial series endings this year. That is all. No spoilers.

Losing Hope by Colleen Hoover: (YA Contemp) Does anyone write teen boy POV better than this lady? Holder is my favourite, followed closely by Daniel. And Sky would have to be my fav heroine of the year.

American Girl on Saturn (YA Contemp): This book was amazing. A boy band on lock down, need I say more?

I loved them all so much that I can’t decide which was the best read, so I’m going to throw a poll up right down there, see where I’m pointing? Good. 🙂 And I want you guys to vote for your favourite read of 2013.

 

Stacey Nash (3) Stacey Nash is a certified bookaholic. Even though she read WAY too many books this year, she takes Stephen King’s advice very seriously: ‘If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others: read a lot and write a lot.’

Stacey loves talking books. If you want your ear chewed off about her latest favourite read, connect with her on twitter, facebook or at her website.

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