My friend Jessica and I decided to give each other three book recommendations that we wanted the other person to finally read in 2019. We have a habit of telling the other person to read certain books (usually over and over again), and then we don’t get around to it due to other obligations/priorities. We were going to do five (like we did for TV shows), but that seemed a little ambitious for us right now. My list has changed since we first brought up doing this, but below are my final selections:
First Book – Three Blind Dates by Meghan Quinn
I absolutely LOVED this book. It was my first book from Meghan, and got me hooked on her writing. I don’t normally re-read books very often, but I’ve read this twice now already (ebook and audio). I can’t wait to see what Jessica thinks of this book, author, and also the rest of the trilogy. Fingers crossed she’s as obsessed as I am!
Second Book – Rush by Kandi Steiner
I signed up for ARCs of the first four books when Legacy was about to be released, and read all of them in less than a month. I’m not super into drama, but this had a good balance while keeping me on the edge of my seat sometimes. I was addicted to the “episodes” like this was a juicy soap opera focused on college students.
Third Book – Let’s Get Textual by Teagan Hunter
I don’t remember the last time I laughed this hard from a book. I literally couldn’t listen to this at work, because I’d burst out laughing at random moments, and people would have thought I was losing my mind. This was my first book by this author, but I’ve already finished book two in the series, and can’t wait to continue.
Other books I was considering initially for this list were The Goal and The Chase by Elle Kennedy, and Lessons from a One-Night Stand by Piper Rayne. The Elle Kennedy ones because I wanted Jessica to do a little catching up before The Play (book 3 in the Briar U series) comes out later this year, but she has both of those on her summer TBR. The Piper Rayne one because I wanted her to try this duo of authors, and The Baileys has been my favorite series so far; however she read Sexy Filthy Boss by them last month (and loved it), so I felt less of a need to add it.
Check out Jessica’s picks for me here.