Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Top Ten Tuesday with Author Annabelle Jacobs


Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

Today I have author Annabelle Jacobs, author of All Hallows' Eve (review to come soon!). Today she is sharing 10 of her favorite recommended reads! Have you read any of these?


10 of My Favourite Recommended Books by Annabelle Jacobs

1. Captive Prince - C. S. Pacat

God I love this book, and the two after it. I was a little reluctant to read at first. What the hell was I thinking? I've read them all at least 3 times so far, and I will definitely be reading them again.

2. Vespertine - Leta Blake, Indra Vaughn

Another one I took a while to get to, and it was so so good. I really should know better than to wait.

3. Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda - Becky Albertalli

 I don't read all that many YA books, but this made me want to read more. Such a lovely book *sigh*

4. Among the Living (PsyCop Bk 1) - Jordan Castillo Price

The first time I read this I couldn't get into it. I picked it up again a year later and read the whole series in about 2 weeks. I love Vic and Jacob *swoon*. This is probably my favourite paranormal series, and after I finish it, I went straight on to read all the Channelling Morpheus books - also excellent. Wild Bill is probably my fav vamp. 

5. The Boys on the Mountain - John Inman

When I asked for horror/scary MM book recs, this was one of the ones that was mentioned - a lot. And yeah, I can see why. After stupidly reading it in bed, I had to sleep with the light on. It was excellent, even if it gave me nightmares, lol.

6. Rock - Anyta Sunday

Such a beautifully written book.  Reviews for it kept popping up on my feed, and curiosity got the better of me.

7. Misfits - Garrett Leigh

MMM books aren’t really my thing, I tend to avoid them. But a lot of people recommended this one, so I gave it a try, and I was so not disappointed. It's such a lovely book—one that leaves all you all warm, happy and smiley.

8. Hot Head - Damon Suede

 One of the very first books I read in this genre. Firefighters - always a winner.

9. Sutphin Boulevard - Santino Hassell

 Love this whole series. I think I read this one in just over a day, couldn't put it down.  School mornings are no fun on a few hours sleep!

10. Blame it on the Mistletoe - Eli Easton

This was my very first Eli Easton book. After I finished it, I read everything else she'd written. I love finding new favourite authors with backlists to get stuck into. 

5 comments:

Suzanne at The Bookish Libra said...

The only one I've read before is Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda, and I really loved that one. Jotting down some of these other titles though because they sound really good. :)

Lola R said...

I haven't read any of these, but I've heard of some of them. Great list and I like how the author explained her picks!

AngelErin said...

Sadly, I haven't read any of these. I really need to read Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda and Captive Prince though.

Bethany Dixon said...

The only one of these I've read is Simon Vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda, which is an amazing book and one of my favourites as well. I've heard a lot about the Captive Prince books s I am really temped to add them to my to-read list I'll admit.
Great picks for this week! :D

Lisa Mandina said...

There's a few on here that I want to read. It's great to hear an author talk about why they like certain books. Thanks for sharing!