Bianca’s Favorite Books of 2013

Posted December 30th, 2013 by in Uncategorized / 2 comments


I didn’t reach my reading goal this time around but I did get a lot of great books read this year. Here are my favorites in no particular order.

My Date From Hell (The Blooming Goddess Trilogy, #2)

I love Tellulah Darling and her Blooming Goddess Trilogy. Both my Ex From Hell and My Date From Hell have been addicting. I cannot wait until the next one comes out.

Review Here

Charm & Strange

This book really messes with your head. I am sure it isn’t for everyone but it is an emotional read that has you questioning what is going on multiple times.

Review Here

Backstage Pass (Sinners on Tour, #1)

This whole series makes my list. They are an addiction. Once you start them you can’t put them down and can’t wait to pick the next one up. If you haven’t read them go do it now.

Review for the Series Here

The Dream Thieves (The Raven Cycle, #2)

I love the Raven Boys! This book is full of mystery and adventure. There is so much more to unveil. Loving the series and am looking forward to continuing it.

Review Here

The Book Thief

What an emotional read.

Anatomy of a Single Girl (Anatomy, #2)

I read both Anatomy of a Boyfriend and Anatomy of a Single Girl just this month. They are both so real and honest. I am definitely a new fan of Daria Snadowsky.

Review Here

Lover Enshrined (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #6)

I cannot get enough of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series. I got to read a couple more of them this year and they continue to be some of my favorite reads.

On Dublin Street (On Dublin Street, #1)

I’ve read great things about On Dublin Street so I had to go buy it. Finally read it this week and loved it. Do read it.

Game. Set. Match. (Outer Banks Tennis Academy, #1)

These girls work hard to get what they want and then there is Alex a British Tennis playboy. Mmm 🙂

Review Here




2 Responses to “Bianca’s Favorite Books of 2013”

  1. Alexa

    I really need to read Game Set Match. I know you loved it and so did a lot of other people but I just always pass it up since the nookbook price is a little high for an author I’ve never tried before. I also should borrow Johnny’s copy of The Book Thief since you said it was an emotional read.

    Glad you were able to find some great books this year.

  2. Stephanie @ Once Upon a Chapter

    Yay for Sinners on Tour! I need to read Eric’s story. I have no idea why I’ve been holding out on that one! Also, I LOVED The Book Thief. Talk about some emotions. I think I may make this book an annual re-read book.

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