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Top Ten 2014 Releases I Meant To Read But Didn't Get To

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


  1. I want to rad The Law of Moses too! The Body Electric was a very sci-fi read.I enjoyed it because it was quite unique. Although I was confused at times haha :)

  2. I'm behind in Gail's YA series! Still need to read the second one myself! Great picks! Hope you get to read these soon!

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  3. I've been meaning to start Jennifer Echols' Superlatives series as well as read Top Ten Clues.. I hope we both get to these soon and love them!

    Nicole @ The Quiet Concert

  4. Great list!! Biggest Flirts and My True Love Gave To Me both made my top ten list this week as well. Top Ten Clues Your Clueless looks really cute as well. I hope you find time to enjoy all of these books this year.

    Here is my TTT:

  5. I really like Sarah Jio and have not read this one yet either but might have to add it to my two ton TBR list.Have you read any of the Gail Carrigen books? I am interested but never got around to her yet. Love the covers of her books.
    Here's my list if you want a peek:

  6. I loved My True Love Gave To Me. It was a fantastic collection!

  7. I just read Top Ten Clues not long ago and thought that it was a really cute read.

    My TTT is here.

  8. Oh The Law of Moses! I really want to read that one! I haven't had much luck with Jennifer Echols in the past, but I might like this new series of hers. I hope you get to these soon Eva!

  9. The Body Electric sounds cool! I might add it on my tbr. I read The Biggest Flirts and it was fluffy and cute :D I hope you get to read these soon. <3

  10. Ohh there is a few of yours i need to add to my list for sure!
    <3 Britt


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