Best of the Best Reads of 2018

Posted December 30, 2018 by Zeee in Top Ten Series11 Comments

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Best of the Best Reads of 2018

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Happy Holidays, Wormies!

We’re finally reached by top 5 star reads of the year! I can’t believe what an amazing 2018 it has been to me bookish-wise, but I am absolutely amazed at how many awesome reads I was able to tackle!

I am usually a slower eBook reader, so I am thankful that the majority of these books were available on audio!

True to You | When a Duke Loves a Woman | Wanderlust | My Oxford Year | Getaway Girl | Recovered | The One You Can’t Forget | Melt for You | Follow | Phoenix Unbound

And one more book that will release on January 1st, 2019!

The One You Fight For by Roni Loren

The One You Fight For


What are your favorite reads this year?

Did you read any of the books listed above?


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11 responses to “Best of the Best Reads of 2018

  1. Lisa Mandina (Lisa Loves Literature)

    Now you’ve got some of my favorite authors here! None that I’ve read yet though. You can check out my top 10 of 2018 HERE.

  2. Sharlene Wegner

    I am in the middle of Wanderlust. It got too steamy to read at work, but I hope to finish it tomorrow! I read a few Christina Lauren books that I absolutely loved – Roomies, Josh & Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating and My Favorite Half Night Stand. I read & loved the entire Chicago Rebel’s series by Kate Meader (Hockey romances.) Kissing Tolstoy by Penny Reid. The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang. The Duchess Deal and The Governess Game by Tessa Dare. Hello Stranger by Lisa Kleypas. I am up over 160 books read for the year, so there were a lot more. Plus, I did a ton of rereads. Have a Happy New Year Ezra!

  3. Tanya @ Girl Plus Books

    I really loved The One You Can’t Forget (as well as the first and third books in the series). Roni Loren was a new discovery in 2018 and I fell in love with her ability to tell an emotional story.
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