Top Ten Books By My Favorite Authors I Still Need to Read

Posted September 24, 2018 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 26 Comments

This week’s topic is all about the authors you love and the books of theirs you still want to read. Some of my favorite authors have written books I’m actually not interested in, so I’m just going to mention the ones I’m really excited about. Hopefully I get the time to read these soon!


Sarah J. Maas

1. A Court of Wings and Ruin

Stephanie Perkins

2. Isla and the Happily Ever After

Christina Lauren

3. Dating You / Hating You

Kasie West

4. Lucky In Love

5. Love, Life, and the List

Tracey Garvis-Graves

6. White-Hot Hack

Tessa Dare

7. Any Duchess Will Do

8. One Dance With a Duke

Jodi Meadows

9. The Orphan Queen

Sarah Morgan

10. Sleepless In Manhattan

What should I read first?
Which books did you put on your list this week?

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26 responses to “Top Ten Books By My Favorite Authors I Still Need to Read

  1. I always keep up with KWest, because she is on my shortlist the favorites of my favorites. Contrary to popular opinion, Isla was my favorite of the trio. I think if you are a fan of the series, it’s a must read simply for the the ending it gives to our three couples.

  2. thestoryenthusiast

    I just discovered Tessa Dare recently and am working my way through her book list. I also have a few of Kasie West’s to finish. White Hot Hack is a personal favorite, but I need to read the author’s On the Island.

  3. I recommend Sleepless in Manhattan and the Kasie West books first. I don’t recommend Isla and the Happily Ever After if you don’t like instant love, lots of crying, etc. (Even though there is a nice little reunion at the end.) I just liked the first two books better.

  4. Eve

    Oh I love the ACOTAR series I hope you catch up. Same with Isla. I did like the little Meadows duology and I’ve only read one West book but I loved it so I can’t wait to read more! Happy reading!