Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite non-YA Books/Series

Top Ten Tuesdays is a meme hosted by The Broke and Bookish that features a new topic each week where we have to put down our top ten of it.

This week's topic:
We can choose our own topic so I picked non-YA book/series!

(only showing the 3 first covers if it's a series due to lack of space)

I've discovered this awesome series last year and I was awed by how well written and action-packed they were. I haven't read Lycan Unleashed yet but I own it and am gonna read it as soon as I can! And look at these gorgeous covers! Rawr!

9. Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.R. Ward

I've only read the first 3 of this series but I love these books! Especially book 3 was amazing for me! Gonna try to work myself through the rest of them soon. So many books, so little time!

8. Women of the Otherworld by Kelley Armstrong

Another brilliant series by Kelley Armstrong. I like her YA series but I LOVE her adult series. Can't get enough of these books and this world.

7. Fifty Shades by E.L. James

Christian Grey. What can I say? I love this series. I know there's a lot of hate out there for it but also a lot of love and I'm glad I'm on the love side of the fence!

6. Susanna Horenbout and John Parker by Michelle Diener

This series and writer is one of the best discoveries I've made so far. Michelle writes awfully good books and this series is close to my heart because it's historical and it features someone from my country who has really excist. Amazing books but I still have to read Keeper of the King's Secrets so I better make work of it!

5. F.R.E.A.K.S Squad Investigation by Jennifer Harlow

Another one of amazing discoveries. This series is so good, so funny, so great! Highly recommended! I would've read Death Takes a Holiday already if it wasn't for too many other books to read and lack of time. But soon... Soon! =D

4. The Emperor's Conspiracy by Michelle Diener

Another Michelle Diener book (she's that good!) and the only standalove in this top ten. I liked this one even more than her other series. It was amazing and so re-read worthy!

3. The Hollows by Kim Harrison

Ah, The Hollows. One of my ultimate favorite series ever. I'm not quite as far along as I'd like to be in this series but the next one I have to read will be a toughie for me because I know what's gonna happen. Gonna try it soon though!

2. Night Huntress by Jeaniene Frost

No surprise that this is high on the list. This series is amazing. I love Bones (raaaawr!) and Cat and can't wait for their next adventure!

1. Fever by Karen Marie Moning

Of course this is my #1 adult series. I can't get enough of these books and have actually re-read some of them (something I barely do). All these characters are so intriguing and Mac is a great main character. I also loved Iced, by the way, even though it's mainly about Dani. And yet I need more of this world, much more!

What is your top ten?
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  1. Great list Stephanie! I hadn't heard of any of these books but I really like the look of Michelle Diener's books.

  2. Good idea for a list! Why are so many series aimed at YAs?!

    Here's my Top Ten list!

  3. Great list! I like to read adult books as well, but I haven't read that many. I'll put some of these that I haven't read yet on my TBR! :)

  4. I haven't read any of these series, but I'm definitely intrigued! I actually did my favourite YA series on my blog today. Great minds think alike ;)

  5. Great topic!!! I really want to read Kelly Armstrong's adult series soon. And Also the Fever series. Both of those series look amazing.
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  6. Ooh good topic! I'm in the middle of a few adult series right now. I keep them for when I need a break from writing reviews because I don't feature them on the blog. I've actually just started the Women of the Otherworld series! I adore her YA books so I'm really interested to see how they compare. I have friend who love the J. R. Ward books too so I'll have to check those out too. And some of these I haven't heard of so I'll look them up - thanks for featuring them!

    Here's my top ten for this week :)

    Happy reading!

  7. I'm not much for PNR or romance in general, but I do like historical fiction, so #4 and #6 look really good to me. Thanks for the recommendations!

  8. Thanks for stopping by my TTT. I can't remember the last book I read for an adult audience that wasn't professional reading....



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