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Top Ten Books I'd Recommend To a New Adult Fan




Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the fab ladies at The Broke and the Bookish!  Today I am spotlighting the Top Ten Books I'd Recommend to a New Adult Fan!  I have read a lot of books in this genre, which I loosely define as books set in college and/or concerning characters 18+.  Below are the books I love the most in this genre:




1.  There is no one better than Jessica Park when it comes to NA in my opinion!  Left Drowning is one of my top three books for this year and Flat-Out Love was my top NA pick for last year -- Flat-Out Matt was the perfect companion book!



2.  I just finished the first two books in the All for the Game series by Nora Sakavic and I could not put either book down!  These are not love stories but they are gritty and told from a unique male POV.  The first book The Foxhole Court (All for the Game) is free for kindle and I highly recommend the series!


3.  Another excellent NA series is the Just One Day series by Gayle Forman.  I thought the second book was even better than the first!  


4.  Easy by Tammara Webber was the book that started my NA love.  This one is always worth reading!

5.  My Favorite Mistake by Chelsea Cameron was also one of the first NA books I read and it's still one of my absolute favorites!  

6.  I couldn't finish this list without mentioning the Lengths series by two of my favorite authors, Steph Campbell and Liz Reinhardt.  This series just concluded and every book in it is amazing!



7.  Any book by Colleen Hoover could be on this list.  I read Slammed and Point of Retreat last year and adored them both -- Hopeless is one of my favorites from this year.  




8.  Mary Whitney is another one of my favorite NA authors.  Can't wait until the conclusion of her Beside Your Heart series.




9.  I recently read Undeclared by Jen Frederick and absolutely loved it!  Can't wait to read more of this series.

10.  Another new NA series that came out this year is the Off the Subject series by Denise Grover Swank.  I highly recommend the first book, After Math.

What Top Ten books are you recommending this week and to whom?  
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Comments

  1. Easy is a definite must read. Did you see that she is releasing another book from Landon AKA Lucas's POV next May? It will have a little overlap with the first book, but then it should be a continuation. I am SO excited. Great list!!

    Here is my TTT: http://jacquesbooknook.blogspot.com/2013/11/top-ten-tuesday-books-i-would-recommend.html

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  2. I loved Hopeless and Slammed, one of my favorite read this year. Just One Day was good and now I have Just One Year waiting for me. Great list.
    My TTT

    Daisel @ Owl Always Be Reading

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  3. Looks like you have a lot of good titles on your list. Some of these I've haven't heard of but I will definitely be checking them out.

    My TTT is here.

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  4. I've been really wanting to read Flat Out Love, but my library system doesn't have it! Also, YES for Gayle Forman. Still dying to read the sequel. Great list!

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  5. I want to read more NA, so I'll have to check out one of those.
    Thank you for stopping by my TTT (http://takeawalkonthewriteside.blogspot.it/2013/11/top-ten-books-id-recommend-to-someone.html)

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  6. Love this list! Colleen Hoover is amazing! Easy is another fantastic one!

    Teresa @ Readers Live A Thousand Lives

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  7. I love how you did it by the author! I definitely still have to read Jessica Park's works, they look great.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  8. Oooh I remember reading Easy AGES ago and loving it! Awesome list :D

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  9. Hey, great to see Gayle Foreman's books on your list! I have yet to read Just One Day, so many people loved it!

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  10. Just One Day is NA? OMG I bought it thinking it was YA and now I"m glad to have another NA book in my collection. This was an awesome post and so glad that other people are into NA like i am.

    Alex @ The Book's Buzz

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