Top Ten Tuesday | Books I’ll Always Reread

Happy Tuesday, bloggers!

This month, I reached my four-year blogging anniversary. And I cannot believe I’ve stayed here. Sure, I could have left, and I’ve mostly part-time blog for the time being. However, I’m happy to be a part of this community.

Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. The next prompt is Top Ten Tuesday Turns 10! We get two options: redo a topic we’ve already done, or do one we haven’t. Since I’m completed quite a few topics, I’ll redo books I could reread forever, just with a different title.

My reading choices have changed since the last time I did this topic, so I pleasantly surprised by my choices.

Enjoy the read!

House of Earth and Blood

This book utterly broke me. I still cannot write a review for it since I tear every time I think about the book. I didn’t expect to love it more than Sarah’s other series, but I do.

 

Serpent & Dove

This book surprised me. I was expecting it to be another boring witch storyline. But Shelby knocked it out, and I dying to get back into it.

 

Corrupt (Devil’s Night Series)

Erin, a part of my blogger squad, introduced me to this series. And I haven’t looked back since. Penelope is a phenomenal writer, and I love her work. Once the last book comes out, our squad will do a reread most likely.

 

Filthy Rich Boys (Rich Boys of Burberry Prep)

Stunich is one of the best reverse harem authors. This series is special for me though. It’s my first bully romance. And while some people question how a bully can be redeemed, I rather like this genre.

 

Resurrection (The Sainthood—Boys of Lowell High Series)

I’ve already reread the series and cannot get enough of it. Siobhan is one of my favourite authors. And I love how she makes bully romance her own. She creates intriguing characters and thought-provoking and dangerous storylines.

16 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | Books I’ll Always Reread

  1. Congratulations on being here for four years! I love this idea of books you’ll always go back and reread – we all have a few we can’t help but love. I hope you’ll carry on loving these books!

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  2. Wow, four years is amazing! Huge congrats, lovely 🥰 I loved Serpent & Dove and can’t wait to dive back into that world too. I’m also really excited to read House of Earth and Blood! Great list 😍

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  3. I’ve heard mixed reviews of The House of Earth and Blood, which is why I haven’t read it yet. I’m glad you liked it!

    I love it when there are books you love so much you just have to reread them–more than once!

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