Top Ten 2018 Books I Was Excited About & Should Have Read Already

Posted January 21, 2019 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 26 Comments

This week’s topic is books I meant to read in 2018 but never got to. I decided to limit it further to books that came out in 2018 (that I was REALLY excited about), but never got to. I still really want to read these books, and will be making them somewhat of a priority for this year (although I’m quite the mood reader so this most likely won’t even happen. Don’t judge me.). I’m kind of surprised I never made time for them, but again… I’m a mood reader!

The Governess Game by Tessa Dare
Legendary by Stephanie Garber
A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas
(I know this came out in 2017, but I need to read it so I can read… )
A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas
The Woman In the Window by A.J. Finn
My Oxford Year by Julia Whelan
My Favorite Half-Night Stand by Christina Lauren
Listen to Your Heart by Kasie West
My Lady’s Choosing: An Interactive Romance Novel by Kitty Curran
The Broken Girls by Simone St. James

Have you read any of these?
Which should I prioritize?
Which ones aren’t worth worrying about?
What 2018 books are you surprised you still haven’t read yet?


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26 responses to “Top Ten 2018 Books I Was Excited About & Should Have Read Already

  1. I loved My Oxford Year and recommend it if you looking for a romance. I raced through it last year and but forgot to take notes so couldn’t write a review, except ‘I really enjoyed this one’. I won’t be making that mistake again!!!

  2. Ooooooooh you should read ACOWAR and ACOFAS! The novella is such a delightful bridge between this series and the next one. My Oxford Year was a real big surprise for me, you definitely should read it!

  3. So, uh, a lot of us didn’t get to Legendary it seems. I am guilty as well, but my co-blogger did review it for the blog. So, at least we met the commitment. I missed Oxford too, but am still interested in reading it. My Lady’s Choosing was fun and actually quick, because you jump all over the book. I think I did two or three passes with it. I thought West’s book was classic West, sweet and adorable.

  4. I LOVED The Woman In the Window! I’m not sure if you’re into watching the movie before/after reading the book, but that one is being made into a movie coming out this October. I have yet to read any Christina Lauren book, and that one is on my TBR!
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  5. RS

    The Broken Girls was such a good goosebump-inducing book! It’s actually the only 2018 release I got my hands on, haha. I’d recommend reading it around Halloween/November for full atmospheric effect. A gray winter day would probably work too.

  6. Bev Baird

    I loved the court series. Need to read Legendary as well. Have borrowed My lady’s Choosing and My Oxford Year as next to read (fit a book challenge.

  7. My Oxford Year and The Broken Girls seem like I would enjoy them. Great that you limited your list. I opted to go with books at the beginning of 2018 I said I would read that are still unread. Sigh!