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Top Ten Books On My Fall To-Be-Read List

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the fab ladies at The Broke and the Bookish!


  1. Lots of Stone Cold Touch today! Dying to read that one! Also need to read Waistcoats & Weaponry! Gotta read the previous one still, but just ordered W&W at B&N for $10 and its SIGNED! YAY!

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  2. Blue Lily, Lily Blue!! I've read the first two books this year and I've been impatient every since :D


  3. You picked up such amazing books and I'm excited because some of them are on my tbr too. Happy reading! :)

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  4. Great list!! Blue Lily made my Top 10 list as well. I also have a copy of The Fine Art of Pretending and hope to get to it this fall or winter. I hope you enjoy all of your fall books!!

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  5. I'm going to start my first Carriger book soon so seeing waistcoats & weaponry makes me excited! I cannot wait to get my hands on Blue Lily!

  6. You and Megan are like book soul twins, she's freaking excited for Killer Queen too.
    I'm gonna start The Finishing School series soon, it sounds awesome. Hope you like Stone Cold Touch.

  7. I want Blue Lily so bad! Now, please. I love the audio for this series. I am excited to read My True Love with my high school book club. We don't usually read short stories or romances so they are going to be surprised when I hand it out! Have fun with your Fall reads! ~Megan

  8. Oh I LOVED The Fine Art of Pretending! I'm very interested in reading Love, in Spanish too! And of course Stone Cold Touch!

  9. Thanks for stopping by my TTT earlier! I JUST finished The Fine Art of Pretending like yesterday or the day before. Hope you enjoy it!

    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

  10. I want to read Waistcoats and Weaponry but I need to read the 2nd in the series first!

  11. I really want to read My True Love Gave to Me too! And I see Blue Lily everywhere, I really need to start that series! Great list :)

    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

  12. Great list! I haven't read any of these ones but I can't wait to read The Fine Art of Pretending. I adore Rachel Harris. Thanks for stopping by my TTT :-)


    I need to read the Dark Elements books. I'm so behind the times!

  14. Thanks for this! Will keep in mind next time I buy a book for a trip :)

    Hope you enter my L'Occitane giveaway :

    xo Kat


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