I haven't participated in this before, but it's always looked like so much fun! Here are my top ten books that I read in 2014:
1) On The Fence by Kasie West: As always with Kasie West, this was an amazing read. It's so adorable and the perfect book to cheer you up!
2) Ignite Me by Tahereh Mafi: Ignite Me was so beautifully written and it's the best series conclusion that I've ever read. I'm planning to eventually reread this series.
3) The Book of Ivy by Amy Engel: I loved this dystopian, and it's definitely one of the more unique ones. Bishop is such an sweet guy and after that cliffhanger, I need the next book.
4) Whatever Life Throws at You by Julie Cross: This crosses over both the young adult and new adult genres and it was incredible :) I thought the way baseball was incorporated into the story was really cool, too.
5) Stone Cold Touch by Jennifer Armentrout: I am Team Roth for sure. He's hilarious and can be super sweet, especially around Layla. I'm excited to see who Layla will choose in the final book.
6) Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover: This was my favorite new adult novel of the entire year! It's such an emotional read and the characters are extremely well developed. My emotions were tugged every way they could be with this book.
7) Biggest Flirts by Jennifer Echols: I've always enjoyed Jennifer Echols' books, but I especially love this series! Biggest Flirts is a super cute contemporary and I couldn't put it down. There's plenty of humor and romance throughout, too ;)
8) Camp Boyfriend by J.K Rock: Camp Boyfriend is the perfect summer read! It brought back so many great memories of summer camp and the relationships that come out of it.
9) All Lined Up by Cora Carmack: I wasn't a big fan of her Losing It series (at least the books I read from it), but I ended up really enjoying All Lined Up! Maybe I just like new adult books that incorporate a sport? :p
10) Rites of Passage by Joy N. Hensley: This book was so entertaining and gave me a bunch of flashbacks to Cadet Kelly ;) The realism definitely shone through and I'd recommend this book to anyone, even if you're not a huge fan of contemporaries.
What were your Top 10 favorite books of 2014? I'd love to visit your posts!