Shannon’s Favorite Books of 2014

January 5, 2015 Spotlight 0

Shannon’s Favorite Books of 2014

Hey all! So by now you’ve all seen Joanne and Kelly’s FAVORITE books of 2014. And yes I like to emphasize that I don’t use the u in favorite ;). Since I saw their lists I figured I would put together a favorites list for myself. In 2014 I read 122 books, not too bad if I say so myself considering I only read two books in November and December. With that said, here are my favorite books of 2014…

Making Faces Before Jamaica Lane
Making Faces was my first book of 2014 and I absolutely loved it! Amy Harmon just has a way with words that I love.
Before Jamaica Lane is part of the On Dublin Street series and I just love this series. I always fall in love with the characters and the story and this one is probably my favorite of the bunch so far. I always love friends to lovers stories.

Thirty-One and a Half Regrets 2014 fav 3
Thirty-One and a Half Regrets is part of the Rose Gardner series and it is by far by favorite mystery series. I just love the supernatural and mystery elements. Soo good!
I fell in love with Jake in The Good Life and that continued with All Good Things. He makes my heart swoon haha.

Magnolia Blossoms Transcendence
Magnolia Blossoms was a pleasant surprise for me. I could not stop laughing during this book. It was by far one of the funniest books I’ve read!
If you’re looking for a different book, look no further than Transcendence. It was amazing and I thought I would never say that about a book starring a caveman. It was just so wow. Read it!

Sex Love Repeat Kiss Me Hard Before You Go
Sex Love Repeat was my first book by Alessandra Torre and definitely wasn’t my last. Her ability to mix mystery with romance is hot and keeps me coming back for more!
Kiss Me Hard Before You Go was such a beautiful book and it started with the cover. The cover has to be one of my favorites of the year. It is just gorgeous and the material inside was just as beautiful.

The Girl in 6E 2014 fav 6
If you’re looking for a sexy, twisted story check out The Girl in 6E. It is by far my favorite by Alessandra Torre. It kept me on the edge of my seat.
I don’t think there is more I can say about Maybe Someday that everyone hasn’t already said. Hands down my favorite by Colleen Hoover. The music, the story, the characters…I just love it all!

Flash Bang 2014 fav 12
Flash Bang was another one that just took me by surprise. I just loved how different and addictive it was. I can’t wait till the next book in the series comes out!
It Ain’t Me, Babe changed my views on Motorcycle Club books…well at least ones written by Tillie Cole. Before I read this book, I was not a fan and I probably still wouldn’t read a Motorcycle Club book unless it was written by Tillie Cole because I absolutely devoured this book. I could not put it down. It was so addicting. I still have to read her next one but I know I will love it just as much.

screwdriver Ugly Love

I just love Alice Clayton! Her books are always so funny and awesome. Screwdrivered has to be my favorite of the bunch, even more than Wallbanger. I just loved the main character plus I’m a sucker for a hot nerd.
I read Ugly Love in one day and I had to be crying pretty much the whole time. The way it was written just blew me away.

Thirty-Two and a Half Complications Fall from India Place
Thirty-Two and a Half Complications was awesome but the cliffhangers kill me every time. I don’t know how Denise Grover Swank continues to hook me as the series goes on but she does it and I love that she writes novellas in-between the books to give the readers more Rose while we wait for the next book.
Fall From India Place was another book that just had me crying the whole time. It was definitely one of the saddest in the On Dublin Street series but it was still great. It definitely made me excited to read about a grown up Cole in the next book.

And there you go…my favorites of 2014! Let us know what your favorites of 2014 were and I hope you find lots of new favorite books in 2015!

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